Merry Christmas from Vanishing Georgia

15 thoughts on “Merry Christmas from Vanishing Georgia

  1. Deborah McSwain

    Merry Christmas to you & family! 🎄 We appreciate you sharing images of these buildings & places that many of us haven’t seen, and probably will never see otherwise.

  2. Suzanne Flowers

    Merry Christmas to you!

    I so enjoy your pictures. Your work is a tremendous blessing, as most of my family settled in Georgia many years ago.

  3. Sally. W. Porter

    Thank you Brian for all the beautiful and interesting places you have shown us. There was even a picture where my Revolutionary Grandfather and great grandparents were played to rest, in Pavo. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and have a safe New Year. 🙏🙏

  4. Debbie Racka

    Merry Christmas Brian Thank you for a great year of photos and commentay! Looking forward to your work in 2022.

  5. clewnurse

    Merry Christmas and thank you for your wonderful pictures and explanations.  Feel like we travel with you!Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S10+, an AT&T 5G Evolution capable smartphone

    1. Mary Ann Adams

      Merry Christmas Brian Brown. Thank you for all the posts you made this past year. I have truly enjoyed them., especially where you were able to share some of the history of the people that had used the buildings or that occupied the cemeteries. Best wishes for a Happy New Year.

    1. Ellen Ramsey

      A very Merry Christmas to you too Brian. And thank you for all of your diligence and hard work documenting the passing of many many important structures.


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