The former home of Cranford Sutton located on U.S. Highway 82 in Willacoochee, GA
An old camouflaged house in Coffee County, GA
This church was constructed in Willacoochee about 1870 for Irish Catholics brought from New York to build the railroad. An early Priest, James Carroll, who served the church around the turn of the century, described the structure as “a sort of frame building consisting of 2×4 uprights, weathered boarding and a shingle roof.” The structure was dismantled and moved about 1913 to its present location about 7 miles northeast of Willacoochee. (Online History)
A beautiful old farm house and barn on Newbern Road in Broxton, GA
The old Underhill home in Douglas, GA
An old cop car on the 206 Connector in Douglas, GA
The view from the balcony of the Atkinson County Courthouse courtroom. My tribute to the late Harper Lee, author of “To Kill a Mockinbird,” who passed away on Friday, February 19, 2016.
Located in Coffee County, Stokesville area
Located in Atkinson County, GA
Peacefully located in Axson, GA
Located in Douglas, Georgia, the former home of pioneer Benajah Peterson built in 1906 has been Sims Funeral Home since the 1940s.
Located on Pearson Street (Old 64) in Pearson, GA