Thaddeus Oliver, who wrote “All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight”, and his wife, the former Sarah Penelope Lawson, are buried here, in what was once the family burying ground on the Hugh Lawson plantation. Thaddeus Oliver, son of . . . — — Map (db m53120) HM
Born near Waynesboro in 1744, Houston was the son of Sir Patrick Houston and Priscilla Dunbar. He was elected in 1775 to represent Georgia at the Continental Congress and served on Georgia’s Council of Safety, which in January 1776 issued the . . . — — Map (db m15068) HM
The first edifice was erected in 1827 on site which is now Evergreen Cemetery. The second building was located in 1846 on the front half of this square and faced Washington St. The present sanctuary was built in 1860 - 61 when other half of square . . . — — Map (db m23092) HM
Organized as part of the South Carolina Conference in 1826, this church by 1830 was head of the Perry Circuit in the newly formed Georgia Conference and after 1866 in the South Georgia Conference. By 1922 Perry had become a station church. Its . . . — — Map (db m23091) HM
University of Georgia's First Bulldog
1947 “Go Dawgs” 1951
Owned by Mr. Mabry Smith – Warner Robins, GA
Over 50 years and the legend continues
An English Bulldog has . . . — — Map (db m197992) HM
Dedicated to all SAC Warriors from the Black Knights of the 19th Air Refueling Wing who on 19 November 1988 captured 16 time to climb world records in KC-135R #62-3554, "Cherokee Rose" — — Map (db m44335) HM
The B-1B is the improved variant of the B-1A, which was cancelled in 1977. The program was resurrected in 1981 with the first production model flying in 1984. The B-1B was delivered to the Air Force in 1985.
The B-1B’s blended wing/body . . . — — Map (db m70161) HM
was built in 1971 and donated to the City of Warner Robins in October 2000 by Norfolk Southern Corporation.
Renovation was accomplished “thanks” to funds from the Houston County legislative delegation and mayor and city council.
Delivery was . . . — — Map (db m197999) HM
Flint Electric Membership Corporation provided electrical service to Wellston, Georgia in 1939. Population: about 43 people. In 1943, when the name was changed to Warner Robins, a major commitment was made by Flint EMC to serve the electrical needs . . . — — Map (db m206548) HM
Built around 1900, Mildred's Country Store is an example of how things used to be in rural Middle Georgia and the hamlet known as Wellston, now Warner Robins. The original location of Mildred's Country Store was the corner of Todd Road and U.S. . . . — — Map (db m197993) HM
We dedicate this memorial, unbinding the American Eagle from her chain in the enduring faith that all POW/MIA "chains" will be unbound and their journey home will begin with God's speed. "Bring them home" is our proclamation to the world with this . . . — — Map (db m44305) HM
Confederate President Jefferson Davis, his family and entourage, guarded by the 4th Michigan Cavalry Regiment led by Union Lieutenant Benjamin D. Pritchard, passed through this area on Saturday, May 13, 1865. The area was then a small farming . . . — — Map (db m197994) HM
The Jody Town community grew from the need for housing for “Colored” (Black) civilian employees at Robins Air Force Base during the segregation era. Military bases, constructed as part of the war effort for World War II, brought regional economic . . . — — Map (db m197985) HM
"Awarded for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity of the risk of life, above and beyond the call of duty in action involving actual conflict with an opposing armed force" United States Air Force Medal of Honor Recipients World War I . . . — — Map (db m44306) HM