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(Top — Facing Northeast) The Village of Danburg was settled circa 1825 by Samuel Danforth of Vermont and Massachusetts at this intersection of two important trade routes, the Augusta Road into North Georgia and the Abbeville, S.C. Milled…
Son of Adam Granade and Rebecca Ansley Teacher, Farmer, Author, Cartographer, Surveyor, Legislator, Soldier, Poet Co F 12th Ga Batt Light Artillery Army of Northern Virginia 1862 - 1865 Wilkes County School Board Wilkes County Surveyor Cre…
c. 1828 Two Houses Joined 1833-1843 "Old Manse" Francis Goulding Presbyterian minister authoring children's books and invented an unpatented sewing machine.
Rough cut lumber, all rooms 16' squar. 14; ceilings. Heart pine floors, second floor fire 1931.
A Greek Revival House built 1920 by Mayor of Washington K.A. Wilheit Cost $50,000 Purchased 1948 by Ira B. Brown
William M. Sims, attorney and county commissioner, purchased this lot known as Robert Toombs Meadow from Kate Toombs Cooley for $200 and built this asymetrical Queen Anne style house. 1962 purchased by John and Helen Beggs.
Early Classical Revival house with a full English basement unpainted for 100 years. Constructed of hand planed virgin pine. —————— 1934 Oliver S. Dyson, founder Wilkes Telephone & Electric Co. 1893-1963
Two - story brick Federal - Style Frederick Ball, Architect Razed 1904
1879 Site of the Episcopal Church of the Mediator The sanctuary, with a triptych stained glass window, measured 26' x 72'. Choir & vestry rooms adjoined. 1st service 16-17 March 1879. 1896 the entire block burned to the ground.
May 1, 1865 Site of the Confederate Commissary & Quartermaster's Stores which were plundered by disgruntled Texas Confederate Soldiers just before the last meeting of the Confederate cabinet here
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