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Faces of Lumpkin County  Group Photos

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Burnside Hotel, Dahlonega, 1890s

Photographed on the porch - Left to Right, Barney Meaders - Wes Calhoun - W.B. Townsend, Capt. F.M. Williams - Col. R.H. Baker

 

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Price/Adams/Free Family, 1915

Pictured - Left to Right - Front Row: Clifford Free - Myrtle Adams - Luther Adams
Seated - Left to Right - Lewis Price - Josephine Price - Sarah E. Price
Margaret Rider - George Adams - Della Edmondson - Hardy Price
Steve Free - Ethel Adams - Mae Anderson - Charley Free - Florence Price Free - Isabel Free - Nell Adams - Sylla Free

 

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High Sheriffs of Lumpkin County, circa 1916

Pictured outside the old jail in Dahlonega are Left to Right: Jim Davis - Gordon Davis - Joe Davis - Bill Davis- C.C. Davis - Rufe Davis (in uniform)

 

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Basil Obediah Jones - Martha Cooper Jones

"Obe" was the oldest son of Martin Luther Jones.

 

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Early Tintype of Benjamin and Sarah Henderson Parks, Taken about 1870

 

 
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Cane Creek School About 1913

(Back Row)
(1) Harley Bryan - (2) Robert Lance
(3) Charle Stargel - (4) Joe Stargel

(Second Row)
(5) Hattie Bryan - (6) Lizzie Stargel
(7) Unknown Girl - (8) Dollie Walker
(9) Rossett Hughes - (10) Vassie Lee

(Third Row)
(11) Bertha Hughes - (12) Mary Ann Stargel
(13) Becky Lee - (14) Ellen Ridley
(15) Hattie Lee - (16) Mittie Washburn ?
(17) Mattie Washburn ? - (18) Oma Lee

(Fourth Row)
(19) Ola Beck - (20) Prarie Walker ?
(21) Ella Baliles - (22) Ila Stargel
(23) B.C. (Clark) Bryan - (24) Mable Stargel
(25) Unknown Girl

(Fifth Row)
(26) John Walker - (27) Earl Bryan ?
(28) Milford Lee - (29) Ancil Lee
(30) Bruce Bryan - (31) Roma (Jeroma) Bryan
(32) Elda Bryan - (33) Luther Lance

 

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Unknown Family

 

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Under the Pines, Dahlonega, GA

 

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Corn Shuckin', Lumpkin County, circa 1890

Shuckin' at the London Farm, south of Dahlonega near the present-day intersection of Highway 60 and Long Branch Road.

 

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Marie Gailands wedding to S.O. Smith Sr. at the Gailand's Home.

The Gailand home was built by A.G. Wimpy before 1850, and was located across from the Woodward Clinic.

 

 

 

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