Can you identify the owners of these homes in Greene County, Georgia?

When Marion Post Wolcott visited Greene County, Georgia in May 1939, she discovered many abandoned houses, many which appear to be quite large and grand at one time. If these houses could talk, imagine what stories they would tell!

Here are a few that have seen better days. I wish I knew who lived in them. The descriptions are the only information provided by Marion Post Walcott when she took them in 1939.

Comment below in the reply section if you can identify any owners.

Abandoned home. Greene County, Georgia apr 1939Abandoned home. Greene County, Georgia 1939

Abandoned home. Greene County, Georgia may 1939

Nelson Armour House
Abandoned plantation house. Greene County, Georgia

The William Armour place, three or four thousand acres, Black family now living in it. “It goes over, slap over to the crick.” They pay one bale of cotton for rent. Greene County, GeorgiaThe William Armour place, three or four thousand acres, Negro family now living in it Greene county
nelson armour place
Deserted tenant house near Nelson Armour place in Greene County, GeorgiaDeserted tenant house near Nelson Armour place in Greene County, GeorgiaOld deserted shack, tenant house, in grain field. Greene County, Georgia

Old deserted shack, tenant house, in grain field. Greene County, Georgia

 

Deserted home. Greene County, Georgia 1939

Two old plantation homesOld plantation home. Greene County, Georgia

old plantation home2

This was an old family graveyard in Greene County, GeorgiaOld family individual graveyard. Greene County, Georgia

Two pictures of a Smokehouse on old plantation. Greene County, Georgia

Smokehouse on old plantation. Greene County, Georgia

Smokehouse on old plantation. Greene County, Georgia2

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Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me

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One Response to Can you identify the owners of these homes in Greene County, Georgia?

  1. Sharon Feagin says:

    The eleventh picture down (the second below the description of Two Old Plantation Homes) looks to be Jefferson Hall, built by Lemuel Greene about 1830.
    It is located just east of Union Point, Ga. Jefferson Hall is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. You can google it and there are some pictures of it today after it has been renovated. Hope this helps.

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