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Built in 1840 by Guy L. Warren, an agent of the Macon & Western Railroad, and one of Jonesboro’s first town commissioners, The Warren House was used as a field hospital and headquarters by the Confederate troops until the 52nd Illinois Infantry took possession of the house on September 2nd, 1864 for the same purpose. Signatures of convalescing Union soldiers still appear on the walls of the downstairs parlor.
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State Historical Marker
The Warren House State Historical Marker reads as follows:
During the War Between the States, on this property to the north and west of this house was fought a major part of the Battle of Jonesboro, August 31st and September 1st,1864. The battle was a struggle to capture the railroad to cut off supplies to Atlanta from the south. This house, used as headquarters and a hospital during the battle by the 52nd Illinois Regiment, was built by G.L. Warren in 1840. For many years, a bullet lodged in the wall and cannonballs in the yard were evidence of the proximity of heavy fighting.
031-3 GEORGIA HISTORICAL COMMISSION 1955