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Re: Town of MORROW, Clayton Co
Posted by: Fay Date: January 31, 2000 at 21:30:34
In Reply to: Town of MORROW, Clayton Co by Dianne Early of 249

Morrow, previously known as Morrow Station, was created in 1846 as a stopover along the rail line from Jonesboro to Atlanta, GA. It was named after Col. Radford E. Morrow who was a principle citizen in the county.


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