Queen Anne Cottage, Eatonton

Eatonton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

4 thoughts on “Queen Anne Cottage, Eatonton

  1. Sharon Miller

    Do you know if this house ever was a Methodist Parsonage ? My Grandfather was a Methodist minister & Eatonton was his first assignment. Used to spend many a summer there as a child. I believe it may have been in the 60’s. His name was William C Flury. Thanks for any info.
    Sharon Miller

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  2. John

    Based on the Legal Statement, can you sell and publish photos of someone’s private residence house without their permission?
    Would like to discuss this with the photographer.

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    1. Brian Brown Post author

      John,
      Anything shot from a street or right of way is considered legal (fair game) in Georgia; however, if this is your house and you would like it removed, I will gladly do so. My intent is to only share historic places.

      Reply

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