“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 Palmetto, Georgia

Clickable Map of Fulton 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> Fulton County, GA (463) Carroll County, GA (22) Cherokee County, GA (6) Clayton County, GA (51) Cobb County, GA (208) Coweta County, GA (25) DeKalb County, GA (105) Douglas County, GA (3) Fayette County, GA (14) Forsyth County, GA (10) Gwinnett County, GA (60)  FultonCounty(463) Fulton County (463)  CarrollCounty(22) Carroll County (22)  CherokeeCounty(6) Cherokee County (6)  ClaytonCounty(51) Clayton County (51)  CobbCounty(208) Cobb County (208)  CowetaCounty(25) Coweta County (25)  DeKalbCounty(105) DeKalb County (105)  DouglasCounty(3) Douglas County (3)  FayetteCounty(14) Fayette County (14)  ForsythCounty(10) Forsyth County (10)  GwinnettCounty(60) Gwinnett County (60)
Atlanta is the county seat for Fulton County
Palmetto is in Fulton County
      Fulton County (463)  
      Carroll County (22)  
      Cherokee County (6)  
      Clayton County (51)  
      Cobb County (208)  
      Coweta County (25)  
      DeKalb County (105)  
      Douglas County (3)  
      Fayette County (14)  
      Forsyth County (10)  
      Gwinnett County (60)  
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1Georgia (Fulton County), Palmetto — 060-112 — Confederate Army of Tennessee
The Army of Tennessee [CS] abandoned Atlanta Sept. 2, 1864, moved to Lovejoy, then to Palmetto, Sept. 19. Most of the Army entrenched 3 miles N. Gen. John B. Hood had headquarters here from Sept. 19 to 29, 1864. Pres. Jefferson Davis visited here . . . Map (db m22044) HM
2Georgia (Fulton County), Palmetto — Confederate Monument
Company I 2nd Regiment Georgia Volunteers Wheeler's Cavalry. Company C 19th Regiment GeorgiaMap (db m107340) WM
3Georgia (Fulton County), Palmetto — 29 I-B — Palmetto
Palmetto was named by a member of the Palmetto Guards, a Regiment from South Carolina enroute to the Mexican War. This was in appreciation of the hospitality shown them by the community while encamped here in January, 1847Map (db m26267) HM
4Georgia (Fulton County), Palmetto — Ramah Baptist Church
The first Baptist Church established in Campbell County in 1828, it became the mother church for many Western and Fairburn Baptist Association churches. James Rainwater (1795 - 1871) was the first known pastor, serving for 26 years, and is buried in . . . Map (db m61617) HM
5Georgia (Fulton County), Palmetto — Willis Pentecost MenefeeFather of the Town — 1814 – June 24, 1855 —
Buried here are Willis P. Menefee and his mother Nancy Collier Menefee (Feb. 6, 1771 – Dec. 2, 1852). Major Menefee donated his land for businesses, schools, parks and the Palmetto Methodist Church and gave all land necessary for the . . . Map (db m60990) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022