Currie House, 1850s, Laurens County

This well-maintained landmark is located just north of the Wheeler County line. Cherrie Currie Smith writes: This farm and home belonged to my grandparents, Elmer and Anne Lou Currie. The home was built before the Civil War.

7 thoughts on “Currie House, 1850s, Laurens County

  1. Jerry cantrell

    Very interesting homeplace,we had heard it was built in 1860.Stopped and looked at it one day when it was for sale,someone bought them a lovely place.

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  2. kinnyb

    I have traced my maternal family back to the Currie family of GA in 1804. Does anyone know when this house was built?

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  3. Cherriecsmith Currie Smith

    This farm and home belonged to my grandparents, Elmer and Anne Lou Currie. The home was built before the Civil War.

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      1. Jeremy Lee

        We purchased this home several years ago and have heard quite a few stories from the past! I’d like to know the age of the house and the barns out back. We’ve been told that it was used as a hospital in the civil war, but that hasn’t been confirmed

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