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Lost treasure found

We wandered the grounds and looked at the ancient gravemarkers left behind by those who once... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Gerfingerpokin
,
Savannah
A view into history.

This was a Quaker settlement starting about 1768. It is in a rural area and the graves beside and... read more

Reviewed 14 December 2016
robert_whittaker
,
Piedmont, South Carolina
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“old church” (2 reviews)
“history” (6 reviews)
“quaker” (4 reviews)
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Thomson, GA
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+1 706-597-1000
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Reviewed 9 May 2017

We wandered the grounds and looked at the ancient gravemarkers left behind by those who once populated this second oldest city in Georgia. Folks were gathering for services and were very friendly to us. Worth going a little out of the way to study something...More

Thank Gerfingerpokin
Reviewed 14 December 2016

This was a Quaker settlement starting about 1768. It is in a rural area and the graves beside and behind the old church records about 200 years of Georgia back country history. Signs placed there give a good summary of that history.

Thank robert_whittaker
Reviewed 19 July 2016 via mobile

This is a great piece of history if you like to venture off on scenic routes on your way to other various places around the CSRA. Wrightsboro Eoad stretches for miles so enjoy the entire road from Thomson To Augusta.

Thank SmartGenius
Reviewed 14 February 2015 via mobile

If you are into history and old cemeteries you have to see this. The graves are very old and several sign markers tell of the history of Wrightsboro.

Thank Sherrie-mom-of-2
Reviewed 28 December 2012

Good history site. Went there on a family history journey. Interpretive markers tell the history. Wonderful old church and cemetery.

1  Thank RSLee
Reviewed 23 March 2012

A lot of history here! One of Georgia’s only Quaker settlements and the southernmost point of Quaker migration in North America.

1  Thank em_vance
Reviewed 2 July 2007

Wrightsboro Church is the remains of an old Quaker settlement.In addition to the church is an interesting and old adjoining cemetery.It dates back as far as the 18th Century and has some Confederate and Revolutionary War soldiers. The cemetery is in very good condition.Across the...More

1  Thank rpsv
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