Neoclassical Revival House, Cuthbert

For well over a century a pecan tree planted on this property in 1848 was memorialized as “The Mother of Georgia’s Pecan Industry”. The seed nut was brought from Texas by Mrs. Taylor’s mother. A Colonial style house built for the Taylor family originally stood here, but was replaced by this structure.

Cuthbert Historic District, National Register of Historic Places


Filed under --RANDOLPH COUNTY GA--, Cuthbert GA

2 responses to “Neoclassical Revival House, Cuthbert

  1. Alice G. Bird

    Please visit Eastman GA. There is a home on corner of N.Main St very similar to this home. The home is known as the old Edwards House. Enjoy all of the Vanishing Georgia Photos. Thanks.

  2. Sharon Rice

    I’m thankful that these lovely structures have survived, Thank you, Brian for sharing your wonderful photographic history with us.

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