Historic Markers Across Georgia

Green Bone Creek

Marker ID: GHM 060-54
Location: Peachtree Battle Ave east of Bohler Rd, Atlanta
County: Fulton
Coordinates: N 33° 49.559    W 084° 25.625
  33.825983    -84.42708
Style: Free Standing **
Status: The marking is missing.
Waymark: WM2BFV
Green Bone Creek  Marker  


A small tributary of Peachtree Creek, which rises near Pace´s Ferry Road & drains the valley between Arden, Dover, Howell Mill rds. & Moore´s Mill Road; a landmark of military operations in the Summer of 1864.

July 19, Federal 14th A.C. troops encountered determined opposition by Confederate forces in attempting to cross Peachtree creek.

Dilworth´s 3d brigade, Davis div. [Federal] made the 1st crossing at the month of Green Bone Cr., some 250 yds. S. Supported by a brigade of Baird´s div. Geary´s passage of Peachtree Cr. (at N. Side Dr.) depleted the opposition at Howell´s Mills where the rest of Baird´s div. crossed.

GHM 060-54 - Georgia Historical Commission - 1955