Single-Pen Tenant Farmhouse, Oconee County

This dates to the latter half of the 19th century, likely the 1870s.

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2 responses to “Single-Pen Tenant Farmhouse, Oconee County

  1. Carter choate

    Hello, what would the floor plan look like in the single pen? Is there an upstairs?

  2. Selma Self-Copper

    My Great Grandfather, John H. Self was born/live in Wildcat, Oconee County, GA. I have been told that he owned a farm in Farmington. Would you have any history on this subject?

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