National Register of Historic Places listings in Henry County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Henry County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 15, 2019.[1]

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Brown House
Brown House
August 1, 1991
(#91000908)
71 Macon St.
33°26′44″N 84°08′48″W / 33.445556°N 84.146667°W / 33.445556; -84.146667 (Brown House)
McDonough Also part of the McDonough Historic District, it now houses the Genealogical Society and Family Research Library
2 Crawford-Talmadge House April 1, 1980
(#80001091)
Northwest of Hampton at U.S. Routes 19/41 and Talmadge Rd.
33°25′44″N 84°19′42″W / 33.428889°N 84.328333°W / 33.428889; -84.328333 (Crawford-Talmadge House)
Hampton On private property with a gated road; also known as Lovejoy Plantation; was owned by Gov. & Sen. Herman Talmadge
3 Globe Hotel
Globe Hotel
September 5, 1985
(#85001980)
20 Jonesboro St.
33°26′51″N 84°08′53″W / 33.4475°N 84.148056°W / 33.4475; -84.148056 (Globe Hotel)
McDonough Also part of the McDonough Historic District, now houses Scarlett's Retreat Day Spa
4 Smith Griffin House
Smith Griffin House
December 19, 1985
(#85003225)
Off Wynn Dr. northeast of State Route 20
33°23′57″N 84°16′01″W / 33.3992°N 84.26686°W / 33.3992; -84.26686 (Smith Griffin House)
Hampton
5 Hampton Depot
Hampton Depot
September 10, 1979
(#79000730)
E. Main St.
33°23′04″N 84°17′00″W / 33.384444°N 84.283333°W / 33.384444; -84.283333 (Hampton Depot)
Hampton
6 Henderson Manufacturing Company
Henderson Manufacturing Company
October 27, 2004
(#04001180)
10 James St.
33°23′09″N 84°16′55″W / 33.38583°N 84.28197°W / 33.38583; -84.28197 (Henderson Manufacturing Company)
Hampton
7 Henry County Courthouse
Henry County Courthouse
September 18, 1980
(#80001092)
Courthouse Sq.
33°26′52″N 84°08′48″W / 33.44786°N 84.14674°W / 33.44786; -84.14674 (Henry County Courthouse)
McDonough A contributor to the McDonough Historic District
8 James and Bertha Hooten House
James and Bertha Hooten House
May 20, 2009
(#09000327)
115 Atlanta St.
33°27′04″N 84°08′49″W / 33.45107°N 84.14690°W / 33.45107; -84.14690 (James and Bertha Hooten House)
McDonough Currently a local law office.
9 Lawrenceville Street Historic District
Lawrenceville Street Historic District
February 20, 2009
(#09000054)
Lawrenceville St., roughly between the Henry County Courthouse square and State Route 20
33°27′00″N 84°08′42″W / 33.45°N 84.145°W / 33.45; -84.145 (Lawrenceville Street Historic District)
McDonough
10 Locust Grove Historic District
Locust Grove Historic District
July 18, 2016
(#16000451)
Centered along GA 42/US 23 between Hi-Hope Dr. & Grove Rd.
33°20′51″N 84°06′35″W / 33.347424°N 84.109793°W / 33.347424; -84.109793 (Locust Grove Historic District)
Locust Grove
11 Locust Grove Institute Academic Building
Locust Grove Institute Academic Building
September 4, 1986
(#86002179)
3644 State Route 42//US 23
33°21′07″N 84°06′50″W / 33.35203°N 84.11402°W / 33.35203; -84.11402 (Locust Grove Institute Academic Building)
Locust Grove Now city hall
12 McDonough Historic District
McDonough Historic District
November 19, 2007
(#07001201)
Centered on Griffin St. and Keys Ferry St.
33°26′49″N 84°08′50″W / 33.447°N 84.147333°W / 33.447; -84.147333 (McDonough Historic District)
McDonough The pictured gas station currently houses the McDonough Welcome Center, Main Street Program and McDonough Hospitality and Tourism, Inc Office
13 Walden-Turner House
Walden-Turner House
April 9, 1980
(#80001093)
State Route 42/US 23 and Ward St.
33°32′40″N 84°13′58″W / 33.544444°N 84.232778°W / 33.544444; -84.232778 (Walden-Turner House)
Stockbridge Last two-story Victorian house in Stockbridge. Demolished in 2006.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 15, 2019.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.