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Pike County Georgia Historical Markers

 
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By Michael Dover, December 31, 2010
Old Newnan Marker
Georgia (Pike County), Meansville — 114-1 — Old Newnan
In 1823 the Inferior Court Justices of Pike County selected the center lot in the county near here as the site for the county seat. This land was laid out into town lots and named Newnan to honor Major General Daniel Newnan, a Revolutionary War . . . — Map (db m12221) HM
Georgia (Pike County), Zebulon — 114-2 — Pike County
Created by Act of Dec. 9, 1822, from Monroe County, Pike County originally contained part of Spalding, Upson and Lamar Counties. It was named for Zebulon Montgomery Pike (1779-1813), leader, in 1805, of an expedition to trace the Mississippi River . . . — Map (db m59609) HM

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