The Wire Road, which ran through Taylor County, was named for
the telegraph wire that stretched along it. The road was part of the
stage highway from Richmond to New Orleans.
Points of interest in Taylor County include: Beechwood Farm, the
home of Confederate General John B. Gordon; and the site of Fort
Lawrence, which was established by Colonel Benjamin Hawkins, for
whom Hawkinsville was named.
Be sure to bookmark this site and visit often. This may be
a new address but we are not new to Taylor County.
Millie Stewart and I are your County Coordinators and authorities on
We will start with the Cemeteries and then move along to
much more data.
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information toMillie Stewart.
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