These are located just south of Cobbtown on Georgia Highway 57. The farmer appears to have been constructed of old fertilizer barrels.
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Bobby Sikes writes: This house was built by the Sue Paradise family who later moved to Atlanta. My father, Walt Sikes bought it in 1937. We lived there, or at least my mother and step- father did until they died. I later sold it to G. W. Collins. Renee Johnson notes that her aunt, Delma Collins is the present owner.
Cobbtown Baptist Church was organized in 1906 by Dr. J. C. Brewton. The first pastor was B. F. Hogan, in 1907, and charter members were: William M. & Lucy Bird; Marshall & Mattie Hattaway; Mr. & Mrs. Luther Mills; Stiles A. & Roxie Ann Sikes; and Henry & Laura Yeomans. The present structure was completed in 1944. E. L. Harrison was the pastor at the time and the building committee was: W. L. Brown, Chairman; E. L. Vaughn, Treasurer; T. D. Slater, Construction Superintendent; R. L. Collins; and R. C. Coleman.
Renee Johnson writes: This was the Roger Wood Masonic Lodge #438 and a school. The masonic meetings were upstairs and school was downstairs. The Roger Wood Masonic Lodge was formed Oct 1, 1901. This building was built about 1924. In 1989 a new masonic building was built across the street from the Cobbtown Baptist Church.