RICHMOND COUNTY, GA
Populated Places
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A

Adams (historical), Adventure (historical),
Allen Station(RR Station, Allen Town),
Allen Town (defunct town--Augusta Regional Airport area),
Allens,
Apple Valley (subdivision),
Aragon Park (subdivision),
Avondale



B
Barton Village,
Bath(once a resort community 3 miles from Blythe), - A summer place for Burke planters in
Richmond County; now Bath, GA.  It was mentioned by Melish, the Scotch travler
in his accounts dated 1806.  See Lucian Lamar Knight, Georgia's Landmarks,
Memorials and Legends Vol 1. for the names of early settlers here.
Bayvale,
Bayvale Station (RR Station, Milledgeville Rd area),
BelAir (Defunct town, Fort Gordon Area)
BelAir Heights,
Bellemead,
Bennocks,
Berckman Hills,
Berckman Villas,
Bethlehem,
Beverly Heights,
Berzelia,
Blythe,
Boggy Gut,
Bonair,
BonAir Station (RR Station--Riverwatch Parkway runs through it),
The Bottom (east boundary),
Bridgeport,
Bristol Wood,
Brookfield West,
Brothersville, - A settlement in Richmond County which later became the village
of Hephzibah.  The original name came from the three Anderson brothers who
built the first homes there.  See Walter A. Clark, A lost Arcadia, the story of Brothersville.
Brynwood,
Burch Grant,
Butler Estates (subdivision),
Butler Manor



C
Carmell Mobile Home Park,
Carriage Court (subdivision),
Christa,
Colony Park,
Conifer Place,
Country Club Hills,
Cow Head--was that part of the 1269 district around Humana Hospital & the YMCA on Wheeler Road
Crofton



D
Davison,
DeBruce (near Richmond Factory ponds),
Dorchester,
Dublin,
Duran Mobile Home Park



E
Eastview (subdivision),
Edenwood,
Edie (historical),
Elizabethtown,
Ellwood,
Essie



F
Fairington,
Fairvale,
Fleming Heights (subdivision),
Forest Acres (subdivision),
Forest Estates,
Forest Hills,
Forest Park,
Fort Gordon,
Foxhall,
Frog Holler--was a part of Augusta



G
Gaines Court,
Gaskins Mobile Home Park,
Georgetown Estates,
Glenn Hills,
Golden Terrace,
Gordon Park (subdivision),
Gordon Terrace,
Goshen Plantation,
Gracewood (actual town--Old Tobacco Rd area)
One of the earliest settlements - probably predating Augusta, but not Ft. Moore which was on the
Carolina side of the river at the sand bar.  In a diary written by Rev. John Newton, Presbyterian
Missionary about 1750, he mentions crossing the river at the rapids and going for three days
through a vast pine forest seeing no-one.  He then returned and spent the sabbath with the
inhabitants of Gracewood.
Green Meadows Estates,
Greenbrier



H
Harrisburg-- was upper Broad Street mill area extending to Walon Way about Tubman
Hephzibah, - A village in Richmond County named after the Baptist High School
located there and the Hepzibah Baptist Association which established the school.
The word signifies "My delight is in her".  Prior to 1870 the community was
called "Brothersville"  see above.
Hidden Hills,
Highgate,
Higland Park (subdivision),
Hillside Park (subdivision),
Huntington,
Hyde Park (subdivision),



J
James Town (Fort Gordon area)



K
Kendan Park (subdivision),
Kennelworth,
King Estates (subdivision),
Kingston



L
Laurel Hill,
Lumpkin Park (subdivision),



M
Marion Homes (subdivision),
Martinez,
May Park (near Broad street),
Mayfair,
Mayo,
McBean - Early grants of land in Georgia 1741-1754, include a grant to _______ McBean.
The creek and the community probably named after this early settler.
(See White's Historical Collections, etc.
McBean Station  (RR Station, McBean),
McDade Pond,
McNair Terrace,
Meadowbrook,
Meadowlark,
Mechanic Hill,
Melton (defunct town),
Montclair,
Monticello,
Mount Vernon,
Murphy Mobile Home Park,
Murray Hills



N
National Hills,
Neco,
Nero Station (RR Station, Old Savannah Rd @ Lumpkin road area),
Nixon,
Nixon Station - International Paper (RR Station, rails still used),
Northview, Norton Acres (subdivision),



O
Oglethorpe Homes (subdivision),
Oklahoma Hills,
Olive Terrace,
Olmstead Homes (subdivision),



P
Pepperidge,
Pinch Gut (Lower Broad St.),
Pine Heights (subdivision),
Pinetucky
Plantation Acres Mobile Home Park



Q
Quail Hollow



R
Raes (historical),
Rain Tree,
Richmond Gardens (subdivision),
Richmond Hills,
Ridge,
Ridgewood,
Rockbrook,
Rollersville,
Rolling Meadows



S
Salem,
Sand Hills,
Sand Ridge,
Sherwood,
Shiloh Terrace,
Silvercrest,
Southgate Village (subdivision),
Southlands
Southwick,
Spanish Trace,
Springfield,
Sterling Heights,
Summerville,
Sunnydale



T
Tahoma,
Tahoma Station  (RR Station),
Tanglewood,
Terrace Manor,
Thomas Woods,
Tower Pines,
Town and Country,
Turpin Hill (Millidgeville Rd area Augusta),
Turrin Hill (subdivision),
Twin Oaks



U-V
Valley Forge,
Valley Park,
Village West



W
Walkinshaw,
Walkinshaw Station (RR Station),
Waverly,
West End,
West Hills,
Westover,
Westwick,
Westwood,
Wheless,
Wheless Station (RR Station, Wheeless Rd area),
Windsor Court,
Windsor Forest,
Windsor Spring (Defunct town),
Windsor Spring Rd (you can still get drinking water from the springs there),
Windsor Springs Estates,
Woodlake