Georgia State Gazetteer …Euharlee

This is from the Georgia State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1896 published by Agnew and Tierny Atlanta, Georgia by Franklin Printing and Publishing 1896. Atlanta Fulton County Library R 917.58 Georgia Room Floor 5 page 339

Euharlee, Bartow County
Inland Post Office, Population 200, Telegraph and Express in Stilesboro 2 mile, money order Post Office, banking town at Cartersville 10 miles,
PM Gaines, Henry P, genl mdse – general merchandise
Lowry Daniel, Flour Mill
Taylor, T J, genl mdse – general merchandise

This is from the Georgia State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1888-1889 published by A. E. Sholes Compiler, Volume V.1888 Atlanta Fulton County Library R 917.58 Georgia Room Floor 5 page 471

Euharlee, Bartow County
Beutifully situated on the Euharlee Creek, one-half mile from its junction with the Etowah River, It is 10 miles west of Cartersville, county seat, bank and telegraph office, 2 1/2 miles to Stilesboro, its depot and express office, via which it is 60 miles to Atlanta. population 200. Mail semi-weekly, T.J. Taylor post master.

Bailey, J T, Justice
Bailey, Rev Presbyterian
Calhoun, F R, Physician
Gaines, H P, General Store
Gaines & Jolley, Blacksmiths and Wagon makers
Lowery Daniel, Grist Mill
Lowery J, Blacksmith
McBride Rev, Baptist
McCarry James, harnessmaker
Padgett & Taylor, General Store

This is from the Georgia State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1888-1889 published by A. E. Sholes Compiler, Volume IV.1886-1887 Atlanta Fulton County Library R 917.58 Georgia Room Floor 5 page 500

Euharlee, Bartow County

Town of 225 inabitants beutifully situated on the Euharlee creek, one half mile from its junction with the Etowah River, both yielding abundant water power. It is 10 miles west of Cartersville, county seat, bank and telegraph office, 2 1/2iles to Stilesborough, its depot and express office, wia which it is 60 miles to Atlanta. Has Baptist and Presbyterian churches, one school and a cotton gin operated by water power. About 1000 bales of cotton shipped annually. Mail semi-weekly

Austin, G A, carpenter
Austin, J W, shoemaker
Bailey, J T, justice
Bailey, __ Rev., Presbyterian
Calhoun, F R, physician
Cline, L A, carpenter
Gaines & Jolley, blacksmith and wagonmaker
Jolley W. A., postmaster and general store
Leeke, W. B. W., general store
Lowery, J. blacksmith
McBride____ Rev., Baptist
McCarry, James, harness maker
Padgett W.W. & Co., general store

This is from the Georgia State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1883-1884 published by J H Estill and C H F Wetherbee , Volume III 1883 Savannah, Georgia Morning News Steam Prinitng Press 1883 Atlanta Fulton County Library R 917.58 Georgia Room Floor 5 page 365

Euharlee, Bartow County

Town of 225 inabitants beutifully situated on the Euharlee creek, one half mile from its junction with the Etowah River, both yielding abundant water power. It is 10 miles west of Cartersville, county seat, bank and telegraph office, 2 1/2 miles to Stilesborough, its depot and express office, via which it is 60 miles to Atlanta. Has Baptist and Presbyterian churches, one school and a cotton gin operated by water power. About 1000 bales of cotton shipped annually. Mail semi-weekly

Bailey, J T, justice
Bohannon W. B. Post Master, shoemaker and harness maker
Calhoun, F R, physician
Calhoun J.J. teacher
Cline, L A, carpenter
Gaines P., blacksmith and wagonmaker
Leeke, W. B. W., saloon and jeweler
Lowery, J. blacksmith
Newell S.W., Rev., Presbyterian
Tant____ Rev., Baptist
Padgett W.W. & Co., general store

Farmers
W.F. Alford
R.M. Arnold
Mrs. A. L. Bailey
W.H. Baker
C. G. Barger
B.M. Barney
James P. Bradley
D.P. Barndon
L. Brandon
Sue Brandon
W.J. Brandon
F.R. Calhoun
P.R. Couch
R. B. Couch
S. Couch
Mrs. J.A. Cowan
W.L. Crow
Mrs. Lous F. Dent
Christopher Dodd
J.C. Dodd
R.H. Dodd
S.E. Ferguson
Campbell V. Gemes
Branson L. Griffin
E. Harling
James R. Jolley
J.T. Jolley
Levi D. Jolley
L.D. Jones
M.D. Jones
Butler Kennedy
B.S Leak
Mrs. M.E. Leak
H.H. Milam
Madison Milam
Susan Milam
A.H. Morris
Thomas Morris
J.B. Mullinix
Mrs. A.L. Nelson
O. Owen
H. Sayre
Nathan C. Sayre
Robert Speer
Daniel Sullivan
K.S. Taylor
W.F. Thomas
G. Yarbrough
J.J. Yarbrough
S.E. Yarbrough

This is from the Georgia State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1881 published by A.E. Sholes and C. F. Wetherbee, Sholes & Company publishers Augusta, Macon, Atlanta, Savannah, Columbus Atlanta Fulton County Library R 917.58 Georgia Room Floor 5 page 324-325

Euharlee, Bartow County

A small town of 160 inabitants beautifully situated on the Euharlee creek, one half mile from its junction with the Etowah River, and is calssed among the healthiest localities in the State. The water power is very fine and could be very profitiable. At present there is only one mill operated.. It is 10 miles west of Cartersville, county seat, bank and telegraph office, 2 1/2miles to Stilesborough,Cherokee R.R. the nearest shipping point, via which it is 60 1/2 miles to Atlanta. Baptist and Presbyterian churches, and one common school. Cotton the cheif export. Mail semi-weekly W.B. Bohannon,Post Master

Bailey, J T, justice
Bohannon W. B. Post Master, harness and shoemaker
Calhoun, F R, physician
Calhoun J.J. , superinendant Euharlee Flour mills
Cline, L A, carpenter
Conyers C. H. constable
Euharlee Flour Mills, J.J. Calhoun superintendent
Gaines Pendleton, blacksmith and wagonmaker
Kelley William, miller
Little E.E. druggist, justice and notary
Lowery, Joseph. blacksmith
(note: speelled Luke here) Leeke, W. B. W., grocer and saloon
Newell S.W., Rev., Presbyterian
Padgett W.W. & Co., general store
Powell W.S. & Brother, general store
Vanmeter I. N. physician

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