Georgian Cottage, Milledgeville

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  1. Mike

    Brian, when I searched for the house where Randolph Spalding from Sapelo moved his family during the Civil War before he died in Savannah, 1862, this house image popped up. Is there a connection? Michael Kenan, Randolph’s brother-in-law assisted in the move which eventually included most of the former slaves from Sapelo. Thanks. Mike


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