This is another typical example of the form known as gabled-ell, or winged gable. The “ell” in gable-ell is for the L-like shape. Like many vernacular forms, these houses often started out smaller and had a wing added when a family grew. This example is located a few miles north of East Dublin.
I am looking for anything that the Bryant Family may have lived in? Cranford family?
GOD BLESS YOU FOREVER, FOR DOCUMENTING GEORGIA WITH THESE BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS AND STORIES!