Brantley House, Tennille

John Clark McCall, Jr., writes: This house was built by my great aunt and uncle, Lamar and Willie Maude (“Bill”) Brantley. I ran across the actual plan and elevation of the house in a House and Garden Magazine of the early twenties. The plan was advertised by the American Brick Association. I have a copy somewhere! The house built by my aunt and uncle follows the plan very faithfully. The house was constructed by H.L. McCaskill, a noted builder in Sandersville, GA. I have fond memories of summers spent in Tennille and of the Brantleys. Having no children of their own, they nurtured me and created a wonderful environment for vacations. My aunt was organist at Tennille First Baptist Church, which of course, is a famous Choate design.

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  1. This house was built by my great aunt and uncle, Lamar and Willie Maude (“Bill”) Brantley. I ran across the actual plan and elevation of the house in a House and Garden Magazine of the early twenties. The plan was advertised by the American Brick Association. I have a copy somewhere! The house built by my aunt and uncle follows the plan very faithfully. The house was constructed by H.L. McCaskill, a noted builder in Sandersville, GA. I have fond memories of summers spent in Tennille and of the Brantleys. Having no children of their own, they nurtured me and created a wonderful environment for vacations. My aunt was organist at Tennille First Baptist Church, which of course, is a famous Choate design.

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