According to Mark Dixon, this was built by Jim McMillan circa 1871. Thanks to Nancy Harper Redman for her help, as well.
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Tagged as --BERRIEN COUNTY GA--, © Brian Brown/Vanishing Media, South Georgia Architecture, South Georgia Farmhouses, South Georgia Landmarks, South Georgia Pioneers
Broad overhangs undoubtedly a vestige of when chimneys were waddle and daub, hence a protector of the construction. Chimneys are externalizers to disperse heat, their Scottish predecessors internal but still gable ended.
Beautiful ~ not sad! Thank you!
Absolutely wonderful…and look at the old boxwoods! Thanks for this one.
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