The Saga of Chalky Level

 

Chalky Level homeplace

The Saga of Chalky Level

Home of the Greer Family
for five generations
Clarke County, Georgia

 

History Treasures Photos Greer Tree Cox Tree Francina's Diaries10/08/07

 

 

Welcome to Chalky Level!

Chalky Level was the home of the Greer family in eastern Clarke County, Georgia, for five generations.
We hope you'll take time to contribute your Greer and Cox family information. Email us!

Chalky Level

The Greer and Cox Families of Clarke County

The plantation was located in eastern Clarke County, about five miles east of Athens, and about five miles west of Cherokee Corner, on the post road from Lexington to Jefferson.


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Thomas Greer and Richard Cox came to Athens about 1802 to oversee construction of Old College, the first permanent building on the campus of Franklin College, now the University of Georgia. (under construction)

Greer Family Tree               Cox Family Tree

 

Treasures from Chalky Level

Portraits and other memorabilia were saved from Chalky Level by Norma Grant Greer and her children when they had to vacate the house in 1932. 

Greer Family Photos

Photos of the Keely Greer family from the files of the youngest child, Norma Grant Greer Ogden.

Francina Cox Greer King's Diaries

 

 

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