Category Archives: Lucile GA

Lucile, Georgia

Lucile is a tiny village located along the Miller/Early County line. It only had a post office for four years, from 1899-1903, and was a typical crossroads community, centered on agriculture. Originally known as Racketville, it was changed to Lucile in honor of postmaster Charles S. Middleton’s daughter. This historic store and filling station likely dates to the 1920s or 1930s, with some modifications over time.

George Wilkerson writes…I grew up in Lucille community and still live here today…Back in the mid 1950s [this was] a country grocery store ran by Mr. Bruce Bachelor and later by the Johnson family. Miss Lucille Johnson had a bait shop in the back of it for a few years.


Feed Store, Lucile

This is a tin-sided metal building with a cinderblock false front. George Wilkerson writes:…the building with tin wall and false front was ran as a feed store in the late 1960s and early 1970s by Byron Bruner, then he ran a store at Springfield later...