Family History and Genealogy
The following are things that were called or named with the Milam name. Links to more detailed information will be provided as they are developed.
The Milam Apple is an "antique" apple that appears to have originated on the land of Thomas Milam (ca.1716-1775) in Orange County, Virginia; the part that is today in Madison County.
For a detailed overview and discussion of the origins, history and spread of the Milam Apple across America, please visit the Milam Apple page on the Milam in Virginia website.
Milam Bridge is an historic 220 foot abandoned iron steel "pin connected" camelback through truss bridge that crosses the Etowah river near Euharlee, Bartow County, Georgia. It is unclear if the current bridge was built in 1887 or 1912; this latter date is the more likely. The section of the Milam Bridge Road that used the bridge was closed with a bypass in the 1970s, making the bridge virtually unnecessary. In 1979 the bridge was formally decommissioned with the old road bed milled and the wooden planks that made up the deck of the bridge removed. The skeleton of the bridge remains, with a lot of overgrowth.
Milam Creek Road, Mableton, Cobb County, Georgia.
Milam Heights Road, near Waterloo, Laurens County, South Carolina.
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