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National Register of Historic Places listings in Talbot County, Georgia facts for kids

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This is a list of properties and districts in Talbot County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).


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Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Frederick A. Bailey House
Frederick A. Bailey House
September 4, 1980
(#80001238)
U.S. 80
32°39′26″N 84°32′06″W / 32.657222°N 84.535°W / 32.657222; -84.535 (Frederick A. Bailey House)
Talbotton
2 Newton P. Carreker House
Newton P. Carreker House
August 26, 1980
(#80001239)
344 Jackson St.
32°40′46″N 84°32′21″W / 32.679444°N 84.539167°W / 32.679444; -84.539167 (Newton P. Carreker House)
Talbotton
3 The Elms
The Elms
September 4, 2004
(#04000930)
GA 36 at 47 Rising Sun Rd., 3 mi. east of Woodland.
32°47′23″N 84°30′24″W / 32.789722°N 84.506667°W / 32.789722; -84.506667 (The Elms)
Woodland Circa 1838
4 LeVert Historic District
LeVert Historic District
January 11, 1976
(#76000649)
Roughly bounded by Washington Ave., railroad tracks, Madison and Smith Sts.
32°40′28″N 84°32′19″W / 32.674444°N 84.538611°W / 32.674444; -84.538611 (LeVert Historic District)
Talbotton
5 Lockhart-Cosby Plantation
Lockhart-Cosby Plantation
October 14, 1994
(#94001215)
GA 208 7 mi. E of Talbotton
32°38′38″N 84°22′48″W / 32.643889°N 84.38°W / 32.643889; -84.38 (Lockhart-Cosby Plantation)
Talbot
6 John Frank Mathews Plantation
John Frank Mathews Plantation
December 4, 1986
(#86003456)
US 80 at George Smith Rd.
32°42′37″N 84°21′36″W / 32.710278°N 84.36°W / 32.710278; -84.36 (John Frank Mathews Plantation)
Prattsburg
7 David Shelton House
David Shelton House
September 17, 1980
(#80001240)
George W. Towns Ave.
32°41′10″N 84°32′04″W / 32.686111°N 84.534444°W / 32.686111; -84.534444 (David Shelton House)
Talbotton
8 Martin and Lucretia Stamper House
Martin and Lucretia Stamper House
September 10, 2007
(#07000939)
3224 Flint Hill Hwy (GA 85E)
32°48′21″N 84°39′14″W / 32.805833°N 84.653889°W / 32.805833; -84.653889 (Martin and Lucretia Stamper House)
Shiloh Greek Revival Plantation home built in 1833. Also known as "Merrywood".
9 Talbot County Courthouse
Talbot County Courthouse
September 18, 1980
(#80001241)
Courthouse Sq.
32°40′37″N 84°32′27″W / 32.676944°N 84.540833°W / 32.676944; -84.540833 (Talbot County Courthouse)
Talbotton
10 George W. B. Towns House
George W. B. Towns House
May 7, 1973
(#73000644)
GA 208
32°40′43″N 84°32′45″W / 32.678611°N 84.545833°W / 32.678611; -84.545833 (George W. B. Towns House)
Talbotton
11 Weeks-Kimbrough House
Weeks-Kimbrough House
December 27, 1979
(#79000747)
Washington Ave.
32°40′10″N 84°32′05″W / 32.669444°N 84.534722°W / 32.669444; -84.534722 (Weeks-Kimbrough House)
Talbotton
12 Zion Episcopal Church
Zion Episcopal Church
May 8, 1974
(#74000702)
S of Talbotton on U.S. 80
32°40′28″N 84°32′23″W / 32.674444°N 84.539722°W / 32.674444; -84.539722 (Zion Episcopal Church)
Talbotton
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