Vernacular Farmhouse, Wheeler County

Abandoned Vernacular House Wheeler County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2016

I presume the smaller section to the rear of the house was originally a detached kitchen.

Wheeler County GA Vernacular Farmhouse Highway 19 Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2016

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3 responses to “Vernacular Farmhouse, Wheeler County

  1. Helen Jones

    This is my grandmother’s house. The room I the back is the dining room. They use to be a side porch in the middle connecting the dining room to the front hall way. My Grandmother had it closed in to become a bathroom & Flordi room as she called it. A Florida room. This was done about the mid 60’s. The kitchen is on the other side of house. House & land still in family. Built before 1909.

  2. MARVIN M MADDOX

    Greetings
    Thanks
    I lived in a Log HOUSE south of Alamo,the kitchen was detached & had a private Cementary.
    The land owners kids tore the house down,probably plowed over the Cementary dating back to 1700s

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