U. S. Marshal’s Headquarters, 1845, Eatonton

The history I’ve located on this house so far comes from a current realtor listing. The house is critically endangered and presently listed for sale. Featuring hand-carved Ionic capitals, the house is thought to have been the first headquarters for the United States Marshal Service in Central Georgia and a temporary hospital in the Civil War. It obviously served as a residence thereafter.

Eatonton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

1 thought on “U. S. Marshal’s Headquarters, 1845, Eatonton

  1. James Keith Rowell

    It’s on the endangered list now. The columns are off but have been stored. It would be awesome if someone restored it to the federal Marshall’s era.


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