The Bryan-Worthington House, built in 1831 by Loverd Bryan, a cotton planter in Southwest Georgia who owned 59 slaves. Across the street is the Curry Presbyterian Church, built by his sons in 1851 in memory of Duncan Curry from North Carolina.

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MaryAlice on March 14, 2013

Antonor, You are very observant! I, too, agree! Someone definitely took their time and did a splendid job on this old home. One thing's for certain, they don't make them like they used to anymore! Houses today could never stand up to the test of time like they used to! Thank you so much for visiting, and for your kind words. I'm so happy you enjoyed this place.

Michael, a movie scene? Which movie? Do tell! I am intrigued. :)

Semed, and Frantunes, thank you both for your compliments. I'm so glad you enjoyed this scene. :)

Michel C, My dearest friend ....... what a treat to find you here! Oh, Joy! How on earth ARE you? It has been far too long. I have missed you and think of you quite often. I hope you are doing well and that life is treating you so very, very good. How are things with your photography business! I am eager to catch up more soon! Thank you again so much for the surprise visit. All the best to you. :)

Mary ALice

Ahmet Bekir on March 21, 2013

It seems that time is stopped here MaryAlice, well done and lovely wishes and have a nice weekend ahead, liiked.

MaryAlice on March 25, 2013

Greetings, Ahmet, and how nice it is to hear from you. I'm so pleased that you enjoyed this scene. It does appear that life has stood still here. Isn't it grand? Thank you so much for your kind appreciation, and I wish you a wonderful week ahead! :) Cheerfully, Mary Alice

Itallica on April 5, 2013

Grand edifices!

Cheers, tery

MaryAlice on April 26, 2013

Thank you, Tery!

Best wishes from the USA,

Mary Alice

KingHawkFan on October 25, 2013

Nice shot and great info. YSL. Best wishes, Dave. My Gallery

MaryAlice on November 19, 2013

Thank you, King Hawk! I'm delighted that you enjoyed the shot and info. provided. It was a lovely place to visit. :)

Best wishes to you from Georgia,

Mary Alice

JimWilson on January 20

maryalice, Long time, no talk. My friend was from Richland. Is that near these houses? Get in touch,..I need to ask many questions. Jim Wilson

Donangel 14 hours ago

awesome picture. this house belonged to my 2nd great uncles in laws. also look up his parents Joel Dortch Newsom , Nutwood Plantation in Lagrange Ga

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