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

Clickable Map of Taylor 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> Taylor County, GA (10) Crawford County, GA (10) Macon County, GA (56) Marion County, GA (7) Peach County, GA (15) Schley County, GA (16) Talbot County, GA (13) Upson County, GA (10)  TaylorCounty(10) Taylor County (10)  CrawfordCounty(10) Crawford County (10)  MaconCounty(56) Macon County (56)  MarionCounty(7) Marion County (7)  PeachCounty(15) Peach County (15)  SchleyCounty(16) Schley County (16)  TalbotCounty(13) Talbot County (13)  UpsonCounty(10) Upson County (10)
Butler is the county seat for Taylor County
Butler is in Taylor County
      Taylor County (10)  
      Crawford County (10)  
      Macon County (56)  
      Marion County (7)  
      Peach County (15)  
      Schley County (16)  
      Talbot County (13)  
      Upson County (10)  
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1 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — Confederate Memorial1861-1865
In Honor of the Boys in Gray from Taylor County Our HeroesMap (db m191182) WM
2 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — 133-4 — Taylor County
Taylor County was created by Act of Jan. 15, 1852 from parts of Macon, Marion and Talbot Counties. It was named for Zachary Taylor (1784-1850), 12th President of the U.S., Major-General, Commander of the Army of the Rio Grande. Known as “Old . . . Map (db m27232) HM
3 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — Taylor County War Memorial
Dedicated to all the Men and Women in Taylor Co. who served in the Armed Forces of the United StatesMap (db m191181) WM
4 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — The Montgomery Hospital
In 1937, Robert Clarence Montgomery ,MD, established on this site Taylor County's first hospital,The Montgomery Hospital, Dr.Montgomery rendered medical services ranging from treatment for the common cold to surgical procedures. Delivering babies . . . Map (db m184972) HM
5 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — 133-3A — The Wire Road
The Wire Road, named for a line of telegraph wire once stretched along it, formed a part of the stage highway from Richmond to New Orleans. About 3 miles from the Flint River on this road is the Crowell Methodist Church, founded in 1826, on the site . . . Map (db m27181) HM
6 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — 133-1 — Tuscaloosa Formation
The sand clay formation here represents the first prominent Coastal Plain deposits laid upon an ancient floor of granites and gneisses. Southward this formation (Tuscaloosa Upper Cretaceous) becomes more and more deeply buried and contains marine . . . Map (db m27177) HM
7 Georgia, Taylor County, Butler — William Bartram TrailTraced 1773-1777 — Deep South Region —
In 1775 during the travels of botanist William Bartram he first discovered golden St. John’s wort (his Hypericum aureum) near this site on Patsiliga CreekMap (db m28057) HM
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Feb. 28, 2024