This beautiful isolated church stands just inside Chattahoochee County, near the boundaries of Webster and Marion County. I’ve not been able to locate much information on its history, but I believe the congregation is among the oldest in the area. There are two cemeteries at the site, one adjacent to the church and another in an adjacent field. The architecture of the present structure indicates it was likely built in the late 19th or early 20th century.
This jail was constructed to replace an earlier wooden jail. It was used by the county until 1975. Like many other Georgia jails of the era, it was built by Pauly Jail Manufacturing Company, but unlike most jails it didn’t include a warden’s living quarters or a kitchen area.
National Register of Historic Places
This modern courthouse was designed by the firm of Biggers, Scarbrough, Neal, Crisp & Clark. It replaced a wooden two-story courthouse that was relocated to Historic Westville. Chattahoochee is one of just a handful of Georgia counties whose courthouse is not listed on the National Register of Historic Places.