Beall Springs has faithfully produced chalybeate (ka-Iib-e-at) water for centuries. Chalybeate water is characterized as water containing iron salts. In
addition to iron, Beall Spring water contains nine other minerals.
First frequented by . . . — — Map (db m14663) HM
First called Lexington, Shoals was the site of what was probably the first woolen mill and iron foundry in Georgia. In 1794, Col. William Bird, Revolutionary soldier from Pennsylvania, and Benjamin A. Hamp bought several thousand acres of land . . . — — Map (db m37372) HM
In 1868 at Norwood six men along a five mile rural route hired Jerry Parsons, a Negro who could not read, to deliver and collect mail at their homes each day except Sundays and holidays for his food and clothing. The postmaster at Norwood each . . . — — Map (db m16000) HM
The Formation of and Changes in the Warren County Boundary Line
Warren County was created by an Act of the Legislature on December 19, 1793. Parts of the counties of Richmond, Columbia, and Wilkes were taken to form . . . — — Map (db m90436) HM
The McDuffie Rifles were the first volunteer company organized in Warren County and was among the first in Georgia who offered its services to defend the south. The company was named in honor of Hon. George McDuffie, who was a native of Warren . . . — — Map (db m90450) HM
The second company from Warren County met under the Oak Tree in the corner of the Methodist Churchyard. They boarded the mule car at the station where the church now stands and were drawn to Camak where they entrained for Augusta. The company was . . . — — Map (db m90443) HM
First National Flag (Stars and Bars)
The first official flag of the confederacy was the Stars and Bars, and was reported to the provisional congress of the C.S. by the flag committee on March 4, 1861. It appears to have not had a recorded . . . — — Map (db m90441) HM
This County, created by Act of the Legislature Dec. 19, 1793, is named for Gen. Joseph Warren, Massachusetts Revolutionary hero killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill. What is claimed to have been the first iron works and woolen mill in Georgia was . . . — — Map (db m49372) HM
Woodman of the World Seal
In sacred memory of the
men of Warren County
who made the supreme
World War I
Bacon, Edmond B.
Duckworth, Thomas W.
Farr, William L.
Hyman, Samuel M.
Langford, Robert W.
Reece, . . . — — Map (db m90506) WM