Stevens Pottery, Ga.

Named after Henry Stevens who had a saw mill and pottery here which for a time after the civil war was the largest industry in Baldwin County.

The post office  was established in 1872 and closed in 1976.

The C.C.C. Camp, "Camp Dixie" was  established Aug. 16, 1935,and located 3 miles west of Stevens Pottery.
 

See article from The Macon Telegraph about the Twin Cities Coopers and Stevens Pottery
The Stevens Family


Stevens Pottery 1898


1910 Post Card


Rusty Iron Remains Of The Pottery 2003
Photo by Eileen Babb McAdams


Stevens House built 1895
Owners: John Henry Stevens-M.M. & Irene Stevens Stapler-Edwards-Daniels-Presswood-Dugan
Photo by Eileen Babb McAdams

Matilda Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery is across the road
from the house. The church has been torn down.


Bone House
Photo courtesy of Wright Banks Realty, Milledgeville, Ga.

News Articles

Biographies of John Easter Minter and Maurice Martin Minter

List of some Stevens Pottery Employees 1870 - 1910

Stevens Pottery 1893

1926
STEVENS POTTERY Pop. 200
     General Stores:  Echols & Watkins
     General Store & Livery   W.T. "Bob" Weaver
     Manufacturer   Stevens Bros & Co. Inc. (fire brick & sewer pipe) (also Atlanta)

Fannie Matilda Stevens Glenn

One of Henry Stevens children, Fannie Matilda Stevens was married to J.W. Glenn jan 15 1874 they had 2 children Susan Matilda Glenn dec 13 1878-dec 19 1974 and Fannie W. Glenn april 9 1883.  Fannie W Glenn married Parks Rocker of Sparta Ga.  and Susan Matilda Glenn married I.S.Smith Reidsville ga.----2 children I.S.Smith jr. and Richard Glenn Smith Sr. who is my father. Richard G. Smith Jr.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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