Meadow Garden is one of Georgia's most historic shrines.
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George Walton (c. 1749 – February 2, 1804), a Founding Father of the United States, signed the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Georgia and also served as the second Chief Executive of Georgia. Born in Cumberland County, Virginia, Walton was a studious, self-taught young man. After completing an apprenticeship as a carpenter under his uncle, he moved to Savannah, Georgia to study law. Admitted to the bar in 1774, by the eve of the American Revolution, he was on...
George Walton, a Savannah lawyer, was one of three Georgia signatories of the Declaration of Independence. In addition, he served Georgia as a delegate to the Second Continental Congress, as a United States senator, chief justice, and was elected as governor twice. Located in Augusta, Georgia, Meadow Garden was the primary residence of George Walton from 1792 until his death in 1804. Since 1901, Meadow Garden has operated as a house museum. Susan Frances Barrow was born ...