Turner County, organized in 1905 from parts of Irwin, Wilcox, Worth and Dooly counties, recognizes Confederate Captain Henry Gray Turner, a veteran of Gettysburg, member of Congress and the state legislature, and later a Georgia Supreme Court justice. Ashburn, the county seat, is named to honor W.W. Ashburn of Eastman who built the sawmill that fostered the town's expansion.
Date Built: 1907
Architectural Style: Neoclassical Revival
Designers: Alexander Blair and P.E. Dennis