National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in Washington 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 8, 2019.[1]

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Church-Smith-Harris Street Historic District December 31, 1987
(#87001268)
E. Church, S. Smith, and S. Harris Sts.
32°58′44″N 82°48′29″W / 32.978889°N 82.808056°W / 32.978889; -82.808056 (Church-Smith-Harris Street Historic District)
Sandersville
2 City Cemetery
City Cemetery
August 3, 1987
(#87001296)
W. Church, Cemetery, and Haynes Sts.
32°58′57″N 82°48′55″W / 32.9825°N 82.815278°W / 32.9825; -82.815278 (City Cemetery)
Sandersville
3 Thomas Jefferson Elder High and Industrial School May 12, 1981
(#81000202)
316 Hall St.
32°58′38″N 82°48′58″W / 32.97730°N 82.81605°W / 32.97730; -82.81605 (Thomas Jefferson Elder High and Industrial School)
Sandersville
4 Forest Grove January 26, 2005
(#04001556)
1200 GA 242/Riddleville Rd.
32°57′51″N 82°47′25″W / 32.96416°N 82.79021°W / 32.96416; -82.79021 (Forest Grove)
Sandersville library web page
5 Francis Plantation July 3, 1975
(#75000616)
SE of Davisboro on SR 2189 (Josey Church Road?)
32°55′52″N 82°33′28″W / 32.931111°N 82.557778°W / 32.931111; -82.557778 (Francis Plantation)
Davisboro
6 Holt Brothers Banking Company Building
Holt Brothers Banking Company Building
July 28, 1994
(#94000710)
100-106 Malone St.
32°59′02″N 82°48′39″W / 32.98385°N 82.81092°W / 32.98385; -82.81092 (Holt Brothers Banking Company Building)
Sandersville
7 James E. Johnson House
James E. Johnson House
July 28, 1994
(#94000711)
425 W. Church St.
32°58′54″N 82°49′03″W / 32.98155°N 82.81745°W / 32.98155; -82.81745 (James E. Johnson House)
Sandersville
8 James Kelley House July 28, 1994
(#94000712)
Tennille-Harrison Rd. E of jct. with GA 15
32°55′53″N 82°48′01″W / 32.93130°N 82.80018°W / 32.93130; -82.80018 (James Kelley House)
Tennille
9 Charles Madden House July 28, 1994
(#94000713)
302 E. South Central St.
32°56′12″N 82°48′28″W / 32.93677°N 82.80790°W / 32.93677; -82.80790 (Charles Madden House)
Tennille
10 North Harris Street Historic District July 20, 1989
(#89000801)
Roughly bounded by First Ave., Washington Ave., E. McCarty St., N. Harris St., Malone St., and Warthen St.
32°59′20″N 82°48′37″W / 32.988889°N 82.810278°W / 32.988889; -82.810278 (North Harris Street Historic District)
Sandersville
11 Sandersville Commercial and Industrial District
Sandersville Commercial and Industrial District
March 1, 2002
(#02000120)
Roughly Jernigan, Gilmore, North Smith, East Haynes, W. Haynes, and Warthen Sts.
32°59′03″N 82°48′35″W / 32.984167°N 82.809722°W / 32.984167; -82.809722 (Sandersville Commercial and Industrial District)
Sandersville
12 Thomas W. Smith House
Thomas W. Smith House
July 28, 1994
(#94000714)
306 N. Main St.
32°56′21″N 82°48′38″W / 32.939141°N 82.81049°W / 32.939141; -82.81049 (Thomas W. Smith House)
Tennille
13 Tennille Banking Company Building
Tennille Banking Company Building
July 28, 1994
(#94000715)
102-104 N. Main St.
32°56′11″N 82°48′41″W / 32.936389°N 82.811389°W / 32.936389; -82.811389 (Tennille Banking Company Building)
Tennille
14 Tennille Baptist Church
Tennille Baptist Church
July 28, 1994
(#94000716)
201-205 N. Main St.
32°56′20″N 82°48′41″W / 32.93876°N 82.81137°W / 32.93876; -82.81137 (Tennille Baptist Church)
Tennille
15 Tennille Woman's Clubhouse July 1, 1998
(#98000815)
132 Smith St.
32°56′16″N 82°48′45″W / 32.93777°N 82.81259°W / 32.93777; -82.81259 (Tennille Woman's Clubhouse)
Tennille
16 Warthen Historic District
Warthen Historic District
July 25, 1997
(#97000755)
Jct. of GA 15, GA 102, Warthen St., Old Sadersville-Sparta and Walker Dairy Rds.
33°06′12″N 82°48′18″W / 33.103333°N 82.805°W / 33.103333; -82.805 (Warthen Historic District)
Warthen
17 Washington County Courthouse
Washington County Courthouse
September 18, 1980
(#80001260)
Courthouse Sq.
32°59′00″N 82°48′43″W / 32.983333°N 82.811944°W / 32.983333; -82.811944 (Washington County Courthouse)
Sandersville Is also in the Sandersville Commercial and Industrial District
18 Washington Manufacturing Company July 28, 1994
(#94000717)
Between E. Montgomery and Church Sts. at White Line St.
32°56′33″N 82°48′16″W / 32.94241°N 82.80443°W / 32.94241; -82.80443 (Washington Manufacturing Company)
Tennille Main building has been demolished
19 Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company Building
Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company Building
July 28, 1994
(#94000718)
119 Central Ave.
32°56′06″N 82°48′46″W / 32.93500°N 82.81276°W / 32.93500; -82.81276 (Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company Building)
Tennille

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 8, 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.