National Register of Historic Places listings in Thomas County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Thomas 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 D. B. Anderson and Company Building
D. B. Anderson and Company Building
August 19, 1982
(#82002485)
E. Railroad and Brayton Sts.
30°58′28″N 84°03′14″W / 30.974444°N 84.053889°W / 30.974444; -84.053889 (D. B. Anderson and Company Building)
Ochlocknee
2 B'nai Israel Synagogue and Cemetery
B'nai Israel Synagogue and Cemetery
October 14, 1997
(#97001193)
210 S. Crawford St.
30°51′06″N 83°59′16″W / 30.851667°N 83.987778°W / 30.851667; -83.987778 (B'nai Israel Synagogue and Cemetery)
Thomasville
3 Bethany Congregational Church
Bethany Congregational Church
March 7, 1985
(#85000453)
1122 Lester St.
30°49′13″N 83°59′10″W / 30.82033°N 83.98611°W / 30.82033; -83.98611 (Bethany Congregational Church)
Thomasville
4 Joe M. Beutell House
Joe M. Beutell House
August 29, 1991
(#91001158)
101 Montrose Dr.
30°50′54″N 83°58′16″W / 30.84842°N 83.97121°W / 30.84842; -83.97121 (Joe M. Beutell House)
Thomasville
5 Birdwood
Birdwood
May 2, 1986
(#86000917)
Millpond Rd. and Pinetree Blvd.
30°48′54″N 83°57′52″W / 30.815°N 83.964444°W / 30.815; -83.964444 (Birdwood)
Thomasville On the campus of Thomas University
6 Boston Historic District
Boston Historic District
May 1, 2007
(#07000375)
Roughly bounded by US 84, Roundtree and S. Oak Sts, Washington St. and W. Jefferson and W. Railroad Sts.
30°47′31″N 83°47′24″W / 30.791944°N 83.79°W / 30.791944; -83.79 (Boston Historic District)
Boston
7 Box Hall Plantation November 16, 1989
(#89002015)
Lower Cairo Rd. at Pinetree Blvd.
30°49′45″N 84°00′49″W / 30.82904°N 84.01358°W / 30.82904; -84.01358 (Box Hall Plantation)
Thomasville
8 Dr. David Brandon House
Dr. David Brandon House
September 4, 1970
(#70000217)
329 N. Broad St.
30°50′24″N 83°58′59″W / 30.84°N 83.983056°W / 30.84; -83.983056 (Dr. David Brandon House)
Thomasville
9 Hardy Bryan House
Hardy Bryan House
August 12, 1970
(#70000218)
312 N. Broad St.
30°50′24″N 83°58′54″W / 30.84°N 83.981667°W / 30.84; -83.981667 (Hardy Bryan House)
Thomasville Also a contributing property to the Dawson Street Residential Historic District
10 Burch-Mitchell House
Burch-Mitchell House
September 4, 1970
(#70000220)
737 Remington Ave.
30°50′28″N 83°58′00″W / 30.841111°N 83.966667°W / 30.841111; -83.966667 (Burch-Mitchell House)
Thomasville
11 Church of the Good Shepherd
Church of the Good Shepherd
February 5, 1987
(#86003581)
511-519 Oak St.
30°50′22″N 83°59′17″W / 30.839444°N 83.988056°W / 30.839444; -83.988056 (Church of the Good Shepherd)
Thomasville
12 Dawson Street Residential Historic District
Dawson Street Residential Historic District
September 7, 1984
(#84001251)
Roughly bounded by North Blvd., Madison, Jackson, and Hansell Sts.
30°50′39″N 83°58′55″W / 30.844167°N 83.981944°W / 30.844167; -83.981944 (Dawson Street Residential Historic District)
Thomasville
13 Dewey City Historic District
Dewey City Historic District
August 28, 2008
(#08000835)
Roughly bounded by Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr., Wolf St., Culpepper St., Burns St., and Felix St.
30°50′21″N 83°59′50″W / 30.839167°N 83.997222°W / 30.839167; -83.997222 (Dewey City Historic District)
Thomasville
14 East End Historic District September 7, 1984
(#84001254)
Roughly bounded by Metcalf, Loomis, Colton, and Blackshear Sts. (original); roughly bounded by Metcalf Ave., Simeon St., Grady St., and East Loomis St. (increase and decrease), Thomasville, Georgia
30°49′59″N 83°58′11″W / 30.833056°N 83.969722°W / 30.833056; -83.969722 (East End Historic District)
Thomasville There was a boundary increase on July 25, 2003 (refnum 03000677)
15 East Side School
East Side School
December 16, 1977
(#77000444)
120 N. Hansell St.
30°50′37″N 83°58′28″W / 30.843611°N 83.974444°W / 30.843611; -83.974444 (East Side School)
Thomasville
16 Fletcherville Historic District
Fletcherville Historic District
April 18, 1985
(#85000861)
Roughly bounded by Siexas, Wright, S. College and W. Jackson St.
30°49′49″N 83°58′56″W / 30.830278°N 83.982222°W / 30.830278; -83.982222 (Fletcherville Historic District)
Thomasville
17 Glenwood Historic District
Glenwood Historic District
October 14, 2010
(#10000826)
Roughly bounded by Clay St., Glenwood Dr., East Jackson St., and Euclid Dr.
30°50′55″N 83°58′06″W / 30.848611°N 83.968333°W / 30.848611; -83.968333 (Glenwood Historic District)
Thomasville
18 Gordon Avenue Apartments
Gordon Avenue Apartments
March 24, 1983
(#83000244)
424 Gordon Ave.
30°49′49″N 83°58′35″W / 30.830278°N 83.976389°W / 30.830278; -83.976389 (Gordon Avenue Apartments)
Thomasville
19 Gordon Avenue Historic District
Gordon Avenue Historic District
April 18, 1985
(#85000860)
Gordon Ave.
30°49′18″N 83°58′27″W / 30.821667°N 83.974167°W / 30.821667; -83.974167 (Gordon Avenue Historic District)
Thomasville
20 Greenwood Plantation May 13, 1976
(#76000650)
GA 84
30°51′15″N 84°01′16″W / 30.85413°N 84.021°W / 30.85413; -84.021 (Greenwood Plantation)
Thomasville
21 Augustine Hansell House
Augustine Hansell House
June 22, 1970
(#70000221)
429 S. Hansell St.
30°50′13″N 83°58′16″W / 30.836944°N 83.971111°W / 30.836944; -83.971111 (Augustine Hansell House)
Thomasville
22 Hollywood Plantation
Hollywood Plantation
November 15, 2003
(#03001138)
1701 Old Monticello Rd.
30°49′13″N 83°57′19″W / 30.820278°N 83.955278°W / 30.820278; -83.955278 (Hollywood Plantation)
Thomasville
23 Judge Henry William and Francesca Hopkins House
Judge Henry William and Francesca Hopkins House
May 14, 2013
(#13000272)
229 Remington Ave.
30°50′16″N 83°58′36″W / 30.837854°N 83.976595°W / 30.837854; -83.976595 (Judge Henry William and Francesca Hopkins House)
Thomasville
24 Lapham-Patterson House
Lapham-Patterson House
August 12, 1970
(#70000868)
626 N. Dawson St.
30°50′44″N 83°58′59″W / 30.84562°N 83.98296°W / 30.84562; -83.98296 (Lapham-Patterson House)
Thomasville A National Historic Landmark, a Georgia state historic site,[4] and a contributing property to the Dawson Street Residential Historic District
25 MacIntyre Park and MacIntyre Park High School
MacIntyre Park and MacIntyre Park High School
April 14, 2000
(#00000371)
117 Glenwood Dr.
30°50′44″N 83°58′18″W / 30.84542°N 83.97177°W / 30.84542; -83.97177 (MacIntyre Park and MacIntyre Park High School)
Thomasville
26 Melrose and Sinkola Plantations January 4, 1990
(#89002275)
3.75 miles SW of Thomasville on US 319
30°47′24″N 84°03′17″W / 30.79°N 84.054722°W / 30.79; -84.054722 (Melrose and Sinkola Plantations)
Thomasville
27 Metcalfe Historic District September 20, 1978
(#78001007)
Roughly bounded by Magnolia, Hancock, Louis and Williams Sts.
30°42′03″N 83°59′18″W / 30.700833°N 83.988333°W / 30.700833; -83.988333 (Metcalfe Historic District)
Metcalf
28 Mill Creek Plantation April 14, 1997
(#97000300)
100 Mill Creek Plantation
30°46′03″N 83°55′36″W / 30.7675°N 83.926667°W / 30.7675; -83.926667 (Mill Creek Plantation)
Thomasville
29 Millpond Plantation
Millpond Plantation
December 12, 1976
(#76000651)
S of Thomasville on Pine Tree Blvd.
30°48′11″N 83°58′21″W / 30.80304°N 83.97257°W / 30.80304; -83.97257 (Millpond Plantation)
Thomasville
30 Paradise Park Historic District
Paradise Park Historic District
September 7, 1984
(#84001256)
Roughly bounded by Metcalf Ave., Colton, Broad, and Loomis Sts. (original), 502 S. Broad St. (increase)
30°49′56″N 83°58′25″W / 30.832222°N 83.973611°W / 30.832222; -83.973611 (Paradise Park Historic District)
Thomasville There was a boundary increase on April 1, 2002 (refnum 02000292)
31 Park Front
Park Front
August 12, 1970
(#70000222)
711 S. Hansell St.
30°49′57″N 83°58′20″W / 30.83237°N 83.97209°W / 30.83237; -83.97209 (Park Front)
Thomasville
32 Pebble Hill Plantation
Pebble Hill Plantation
February 23, 1990
(#90000146)
US 319, 4 mi. SW of Thomasville
30°46′49″N 84°03′50″W / 30.78018°N 84.06385°W / 30.78018; -84.06385 (Pebble Hill Plantation)
Thomasville
33 Martha Poe Dogtrot House May 20, 1998
(#98000569)
0.75 W of jct of Twelve Mile Post Rd. and GA 19
30°41′34″N 83°50′58″W / 30.692778°N 83.849444°W / 30.692778; -83.849444 (Martha Poe Dogtrot House)
Metcalf
34 Ephraim Ponder House
Ephraim Ponder House
August 12, 1970
(#70000223)
324 N. Dawson St.
30°50′19″N 83°58′56″W / 30.838611°N 83.982222°W / 30.838611; -83.982222 (Ephraim Ponder House)
Thomasville
35 Stevens Street Historic District
Stevens Street Historic District
May 10, 2001
(#01000500)
Along Stevens St., 1 blk. NW of Thomas County Courthouse
30°50′28″N 83°59′21″W / 30.841111°N 83.989167°W / 30.841111; -83.989167 (Stevens Street Historic District)
Thomasville
36 Thomas County Courthouse
Thomas County Courthouse
June 22, 1970
(#70000224)
N. Broad St.
30°50′20″N 83°58′55″W / 30.838889°N 83.981944°W / 30.838889; -83.981944 (Thomas County Courthouse)
Thomasville
37 Thomasville Commercial Historic District
Thomasville Commercial Historic District
September 7, 1984
(#84001258)
Roughly N. Stevens, N. Madison, N. Broad, Remington, Jackson, and Jefferson Sts. (original), Downtown Thomasville bet. Jefferson St. and Smith Ave. and bet. Crawford And Siexas St. (increase and decrease)
30°50′12″N 83°58′53″W / 30.836667°N 83.981389°W / 30.836667; -83.981389 (Thomasville Commercial Historic District)
Thomasville There was a boundary increase on October 28, 2004 (refnum 04001185)
38 Thomasville Depot
Thomasville Depot
May 19, 1988
(#88000609)
420 W. Jackson St./US 319
30°50′01″N 83°59′03″W / 30.833611°N 83.984167°W / 30.833611; -83.984167 (Thomasville Depot)
Thomasville
39 Tockwotton-Love Place Historic District
Tockwotton-Love Place Historic District
September 7, 1984
(#84001260)
Roughly bounded by McLean Ave., Hansell, Jackson, and Seward Sts.
30°50′24″N 83°58′23″W / 30.84°N 83.973056°W / 30.84; -83.973056 (Tockwotton-Love Place Historic District)
Thomasville
40 Wright House
Wright House
August 12, 1970
(#70000225)
415 Fletcher St.
30°49′54″N 83°58′55″W / 30.83168°N 83.98192°W / 30.83168; -83.98192 (Wright House)
Thomasville

Former listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Thomasville Historic District October 10, 1975
(#75000610)
Unknown Irregular pattern extending N to North Blvd., S to Loomis, E to Hansell, and W to Oak St.
Thomasville

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. ^ a b 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.
  4. ^ Georgia State Parks