Lane-Waters House, 1870s, Bulloch County

bulloch county ga plantation plain house haville road photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2011

This is located near the Harville House. Marty Waters writes: The Jim Waters Family lived in this house from 1930 until my last uncle died in 2001. Our family has farmed this land since the mid-1920s. It is our understanding that the house was built in the 1870s by the Lane family. In the early 1900s the area was known as Enal (Lane spelled backward). The home is owned by residents in Florida,

 

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3 responses to “Lane-Waters House, 1870s, Bulloch County

  1. Marty Waters

    The Jim Waters Family lived in this house from 1930 until my last Uncle died in 2001. Our family has farmed this land since the mid 20s. It is our understanding that the house was built in the 1870s by the Lane family. In the early 1900s the area was known as Enal (lane spelled backward). The home is owned by residents in Florida,

  2. Betty Courson

    I love the style of this old home. I can’t understand why some of the family does not repair the damage and live there. You know each home has a heart beat and the way to kill it is for no-one to live in it. Funny how everything and everyone needs someone, isn’t it!! It could be a lovely and warm inviting home.

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