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Historical Markers in Treutlen County, Georgia

 
Clickable Map of Treutlen County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Treutlen County, GA (4) Emanuel County, GA (23) Johnson County, GA (9) Laurens County, GA (11) Montgomery County, GA (6) Toombs County, GA (11) Wheeler County, GA (3)  TreutlenCounty(4) Treutlen County (4)  EmanuelCounty(23) Emanuel County (23)  JohnsonCounty(9) Johnson County (9)  LaurensCounty(11) Laurens County (11)  MontgomeryCounty(6) Montgomery County (6)  ToombsCounty(11) Toombs County (11)  WheelerCounty(3) Wheeler County (3)
Soperton is the county seat for Treutlen County
Adjacent to Treutlen County, Georgia
      Emanuel County (23)  
      Johnson County (9)  
      Laurens County (11)  
      Montgomery County (6)  
      Toombs County (11)  
      Wheeler County (3)  
 
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1 Georgia, Treutlen County, Lothair — 140-2 — Gov. Troup’s Tomb
George Michael Troup, twice Governor of Georgia, lies buried here beside his brother. He died Apr. 28, 1856 while visiting here at Rosemont, one of his many plantations. Troup was born Sept. 8, 1780, at McIntosh’s Bluff on the Tombigbee R. in a part . . . Map (db m57671) HM
2 Georgia, Treutlen County, Rosemont — 140-1 — To Gov. Troup's Tomb»— 4 mi. →
George Michael Troup, "Georgia's most fiery Governor" is buried beside his bother in a tomb at Rosemont, one of his many plantations. Born in 1780 Troup died April 28, 1856 in Overseer Bridges' home while visiting Rosemont. Educated at Princeton & . . . Map (db m23648) HM
3 Georgia, Treutlen County, Soperton — The Curt Barwick House
Erected in Emanuel County near Norristown about 1845 by Curtis M. Barwick (1823-1902). The basic structure was moved to the Gillis Spring Community of Treutlen County about 1960 by Christine Gillis Edenfield, granddaughter of the original builder. . . . Map (db m184484) HM
4 Georgia, Treutlen County, Soperton — 140-3 — Treutlen County
Treutlen County was created by Act of Aug. 21, 1917 from Emanuel and Montgomery Counties. It was named for Gov. John Adam Treutlen (1726- 1782), "one of the foremost revolutionists." Elected Governor over Button Gwinnett in 1777, he was declared a . . . Map (db m23644) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Feb. 29, 2024