Terry’s Mill Pond
- Source: Charles Geiger
- Marker: Terry’s Mill Pond
- Location: Glenwood Ave. just east of I-20 interchange in Atlanta
TERRY’S MILL POND
The flat area S. was the bed of Terry’s mill pond – the impounded waters of Sugar Cr. Tom Terry (1823-1861) operated the grist mill that stood 800 yds. downstream. It was burned by Federal troops July 29, 1864, & was rebuilt and operated some years after the war.
The considerable area of the pond made it a notable landmark in the 1850’s - 1860’s, & further prominence attached because it is cited in military annals recording the movements of Walker’s & Bate’s divs., Hardee’s corps, [CSA] to the battlefield of July 22, 1864, which indicate that Gen. Walker was killed near the upper end of the mill pond.
044-52 GEORGIA HISTORICAL COMMISSION 1956