Monthly Archive: October 2013

Oct 15

Tombstone Tuesday: Marker of Charles Dillard Mullinax & Martha Taylor


The cemetery plot in which Charles Dillard Mullinax and his wife Martha Taylor are buried contains an interesting and informative cement slab—the names with relationships of many of the Mullinax kin: Charles Dillard Mullinax Father’s side Father: Marion Mullinax Grandparents: D.W. Mullinax and Minerva Caylor Great Grandparents: Frank Mullinax & Cynthia Childers Great Great Grandparents: …

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Oct 04

Nuisance Wildlife in These Mountains

Feral Pig

The North Georgia Mountains seem to be having an increasing problem with co-habitation of humans and wildlife. It seems to me that many of the humans in my community are imbecilic. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that wildlife is frequently attracted to human garbage. My home is in the North Georgia Mountains in the …

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Oct 02

Dahlonega Gold Museum


With the furlough and shut down of National Parks, perhaps more people will take the opportunity to visit state run museums and Parks. The old courthouse, constructed in 1836, on the square in Dahlonega (Lumpkin County) is a state historic site housing the Dahlonega Gold Museum. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm …

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