Several famous people are associated with these Spalding County historic places including Albert King Hawkes, Judge Lucien P. Goodrich and Thomas Mills Sr..
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Spalding County places including Neel Reid, Columbus Hughes, Demarest, David, et al., Gilman J.9 Drake, U.S. Treasury Dept. Supervising Arch, Gilman Jonathan Drake, Alexander F.N. Everett, Hentz, Reid, and Adler and Haralson Bleckley. Prominent architectural styles found in Spalding Country are Greek Revival, Italianate and Renaissance.