Killen-King House, 1852, Perry

Built for Judge Samuel D. Killen, this Greek Revival home was later owned by the Francis Marion King family and the Penn-Dixie Cement Company, who used it as a clubhouse. It was purchased by Gardner Watson in 1955 and has been used as a funeral home since then.

2 thoughts on “Killen-King House, 1852, Perry

  1. Allan Fetherston

    Am wondering if this was my Great Grandfather’s house? Killen was his last name for sure, unsure of his first name at this moment. Had 3 sons die during the Civil war, most moved to Texas following the war.


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