Jones Pioneer Farmhouse, Tift County

Tift County GA Whiddon Mill Road Chula Area Log Farmhouse Grady Jones Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013
Starting with the rear view, I’ll show different perspectives of this pioneer log house. It’s part of the Grady Jones farmstead.

Tift County GA Whiddon Mill Road Chula Area Log Farmhouse Twin Porches Grady Jones Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

From this perspective, the ruins of an outbuilding are visible in the foreground.

Tift County GA Whiddon Mill Road Chula Area Log Farmhouse Porch Log Joinery Grady Jones Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

This was made on the front porch, an identical twin of the back porch.

Tift County GA Whiddon Mill Road Chula Area Log Farmhouse Front Porch Grady Jones Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

This is the front of the house.

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5 responses to “Jones Pioneer Farmhouse, Tift County

  1. If it were on my property ied make it my man cave . Its a pice of history and its not over yet . It could still be saved . I love to stop an look at these oldhouses.

  2. Dwight T Hampton

    where is this house located in tift co?

  3. I would have liked to live in this house, in its younger days. I feel that it must have housed many families in a cozy and sturdy way. Maybe someone will have mercy on this structure and see fit to keep it from falling down.

  4. Ben Dooley

    This is an early 19th century house. It is almost criminal that it is being allowed to crumble.

  5. awesome house….has hand hewed logs cut from the farm

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