COMMUNITIES and TOWNS of CHATTAHOOCHEE COUNTY
Waterways of Chattahoochee County
Based on "old maps" done by Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia
Chattahoochee County was created on Feb. 13, 1854 by an act of the General Assembly (Ga. Laws
1853-54, p. 288). Created from Muscogee and Marion counties so be sure to visit those county
pages for information prior to 1854.
BALD HILL One of three post offices in 1854. (Halloca and Shell Creek) Appears on 1863 map. Land District 33 (south central section of county)
BUSSEY'S STORE Appears on 1915 map - north west on Upatoi Creek
CHRISTOPHER Appears on 1915 map - central. Looks like a station on the Railroad
COTTAGE MILLS Appears on 1865 map. west central south of Woolfolk on road to Jamestown
CUSSETA Village called Sand Town was on this location. Name changed to Cusseta after powerful Indian Tribe, Cussetahs. McIntosh for Chief William McIntosh who was friendly to the Whites had also been considered. Appears on 1855 map
EELBECK Appears on 1910 map. Northeast
HALLOCA One of three post offices in 1854. (Halloca and Shell Creek) Appears on 1855 map
HARP Appears on 1915 map - south central
HURLEY Appears on 1915 map - central
IDA Appears on 1915 map - central. Looks like a station on the Railroad
JAMESTOWN Appears on 1863 map. Land District 7 (south west section of county) on Upatoi Creek
MANTA Appears on 1915 map - Southeast of Cusseta
MULVILLE Appears on 1883 map - northeast at junction of Pine Nut Creek and Upatoi Creek
OCHILLE Appears on 1904 map - north central north of Cusseta
OSWECHEE Appears on 1883 map - northwest probably on Oswechee Creek
PARKMAN Appears on 1915 map - north west
PINE NUT SPRING Appears on 1864 map. North east corner
PSALMONDS Appears on 1895 map - north central on road from Cusseta to Columbus
SANDTOWN Village in 1854. Post Offices at that time: Bald Hill, Halloca, and Shell Creek. This village given name of Cusseta in 1854, made County Seat.
SHACK Appears on 1904 map - north west
SHELL CREEK P.O. One of three post offices in 1854. (Halloca and Bald Hill) Appears on 1864 map - southwest
THAD Appears on 1883 map - northwest on Upatoi Creek
UNO Appears on 1910 map. Northeast
WILLETT Appears on 1904 map - north west
WOOLFOLK Appears on 1863 map. Land District 7 (south west section of county) on Upatoi Creek
Oswichchee Creek northwest corner Pine Knot Creek northeast corner
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