Claud and Mamie Nash Home, c1910
Five Forks Trickum, Lilburn, Georgia
Many thanks to Sandra Cruce Satterfield for the background on her grandparents' home and family, and my apologies for reporting earlier that this home had been destroyed. I passed it nearly every day, but at some point had confused it with another house. Sandra's story of the home:
" The "Little White House" as you called it , was my grandparents house Claud & Mamie Nash built around 1910 and it is still standing. The County bought it from my brother several years back and it is on the property with the Old Post Offfice and across from the Hudson Plantation which my great grandfather Willliam T Nash owned. Claud was one of his boys..
"Perry Nash and Claud were brothers to Jewel Nash I have a plat that shows how my great grand father divided up the 350 acres between all of his children. There were 8 of them. The 3 I mentioned had their own sawmill near Killian Hill and cut the lumber for the 3 houses that they built when they married and settled on the property there near there parents."
2013 Update: This property is now a Gwinnett County, GA PUBLIC PARK with the old barn and recreated post office/general store and slave cabin. Walking trails wind around the property (directly across Five Forks Trickum from the Thomas Hudson house). There are very interesting historical markers around the walking trail, and a modest size parking lot.
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