Blundale, Georgia

This store and the house next door (depicted in the next post) are all that remain of the village of Blundale. It was known as Flander’s Store or Flander’s Grocery, according to David Flanders, whose grandfather Emory Hodges Flanders was the proprietor during the 1930s and 1940s. Thanks to David for the historical background!

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  1. Emory David Flanders

    My grandfather, Emory Hodges Flanders was the proprietor of this store in the 30’s and early 40’s. The house to the right of the store was originally the Smith house I believe. The Lumpkin family also lived in the house in later years until they died. The house to the right of this house was where my mother was born in 1921. Her father, Allen Davis Phillips ran the filling station in Blundale in the 30’s.

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