Misty DeBlasio–see ya soon.

Heaven gained another angel August 23rd, a Saturday morning. Misty DeBlasio was an inspiration to everyone. We are blessed to have had your celebration of life this year and you were here to join us. We pray for your family and ALL of your friends that were your family as well in this trying time as they say ‘see ya soon’ and hope that God gives them peace....

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Voted “Best Booth” at Bridal Show!

Georgia & Southern Bridal Show We are pleased to announce that our booth was voted “Best Booth” at Georgia & Southern Bridal Show! (Click here to see post on Facebook)   You can have no doubt that if we pay this much attention to detail at a bridal show, that attention will be multiplied for your event! “Congratulations to Woodlawn Plantation...

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Some great flowers by James at Joann’s Florist

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Our Restoration

An excellent example of plain style Queen Anne architecture, the Woodlawn Plantation was constructed solely of cypress and cedar wood cut and sawed on the adjacent properties. The main house fell into disrepair in the 1960s and stood vacant for 25 years before becoming a labor of love for current owner Warren Ratchford. A lifelong Guyton resident, Mr. Ratchford began...

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A Civil War Treasure

When Woodlawn Plantation was originally built in 1840, the main house consisted of a one-story structure. The plantation served as Camp Davis, a Confederate training facility during the American Civil War.

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Camp Davis

Camp Davis was established by order of the Secretary of War, J. P. Benjamin, by letter to Gov. Joseph Brown dated Feb. 11, 1862. This prompted the State Executive Department to establish camps of instruction by order of Gov. Brown dated Feb. 14, 1862. The camp in our area was named after Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America. There were two...

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