GILLESPIE BRIDGE: Bridge over Bullock’s Creek near the present site on highway 97.
GOOD’S MILL: Located on Bullock’s Creek about 500 yards north of the J.B. Comer Memorial Bridge on the Barner Horton Road. Still visible is the dam and canal used by this mill. At some point this mill was known as Kidd’s Mill.
The Yorkville Enquirer of Sept. 13, 1893 reported that the contract has been let for the restoration of the Bullock’s Creek bridge at Good’s Mill. The contract is to Wylie Haffner and John C. Kirkpatrick for $150., they will use a great deal of the old lumber.”
GOOSE PONDS: Title of a tract of land about 4 miles from Clark’s Creek.
GOOSE HOLLOW: Located just south of Hickory Grove off River Road, ‘Goose Holler’ is a winding hollow on ____ creek. Up until the mid-1980s a ford was used to cross the creek. It has been said that ‘Goose Holler’ is a perversion of Good’s hollow.
GORDON’S FIELD: It was here that Sheriff Adam Meek was supposed to have disposed of a ghost that was bothering local residents. In July 1933, Mrs. Lucy Zipporah Smith Howell (b. 1848), who was living at the Moffatt Howell place on the road to Hopewell, pointed out a rise to Dr. Joseph Saye that was known in her childhood as ‘Gordon’s Hill.’ She said it had a reputation as the rendezvous of ghosts, witches and hobgoblins.
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