“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Brooklet, Georgia

Clickable Map of Bulloch County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Bulloch County, GA (76) Bryan County, GA (54) Candler County, GA (8) Effingham County, GA (30) Emanuel County, GA (23) Evans County, GA (8) Jenkins County, GA (20) Screven County, GA (28)  BullochCounty(76) Bulloch County (76)  BryanCounty(54) Bryan County (54)  CandlerCounty(8) Candler County (8)  EffinghamCounty(30) Effingham County (30)  EmanuelCounty(23) Emanuel County (23)  EvansCounty(8) Evans County (8)  JenkinsCounty(20) Jenkins County (20)  ScrevenCounty(28) Screven County (28)
Statesboro is the county seat for Bulloch County
Brooklet is in Bulloch County
      Bulloch County (76)  
      Bryan County (54)  
      Candler County (8)  
      Effingham County (30)  
      Emanuel County (23)  
      Evans County (8)  
      Jenkins County (20)  
      Screven County (28)  
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1 Georgia, Bulloch County, Brooklet — Brooklet, Georgia
Brooklet, known for its avenue of oak trees, took shape at the end of the 19th century on property owned by A.J. Lee. Optimistic citizens built a new town beside the recently completed Savannah & Statesboro Railroad. Dr. H.K. Thayer, an early . . . Map (db m107867) HM
2 Georgia, Bulloch County, Brooklet — Upper Black Creek Church
(Side 1): Upper Black Creek met each month on the third Sunday and Saturday before from the time she was organized in 1802 until the Church elected to meet every Sunday in 1957. Conference was every month on those Saturdays, and Upper . . . Map (db m38614) HM
3 Georgia, Bulloch County, Brooklet — Upper Black Creek Primitive Baptist Church
Upper Black Creek Primitive Baptist Church was constituted on August 15, 1802 in the home of John Albritton. The organizing presbytery consisted of Henry Cook, Isham Peacock, John Goldwire and Henry Holcombe. With a membership upward of 40 members. . . . Map (db m38612) HM
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May. 18, 2024