Tag Archive: Pickens Co.

May 30

Military Monday: Widow Pension for Jane C. Bozeman

Jane C. Bozeman, widow of Henry B Bozeman applied for a widow’s pension from the federal government based on Henry’s service in the 5th Tennessee Mounted Infantry.[1] Jane resided in Jasper, Pickens County, Ga. On 17 May 1886, Lemuel J. Allred and Agnus Allred [her mark] testified that they were  present about the 25th day …

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May 25

Wordless Wednesday: Woodbridge Inn

The Woodbridge Inn

Located on Chamberlain Street (use the wood bridge on the east side of North Main Street), Jasper, Georgia

May 23

Military Monday: John T. Chapman


While studying the soldiers of Pickens County Georgia during the “Late Unpleasantness,” I’m finding that it is not unusual for men from Pickens County and other North Georgia counties to have served at some time with Union Troops. Several enlisted with the federal troops in the 1st Georgia while others first in Confederate units and later …

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Mar 09

Wordless Wednesday: Pickens County Historical Markers


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