Water Companies in Woodbine, GA
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Blue Ridge Water Co Inc
(904) 261-5399 more info
Brunswick Water Department Director
(912) 267-5509 more info
Hilliard Water Department
(904) 845-3118 more info
(904) 665-6000 more info
JEA: Highlands Square Shopping Center
(904) 665-6000 more info
St Marys Water Department
(912) 882-4535 more info
United Water Services
(912) 554-7760 more info
United Water Services Inc
(912) 638-2684 more info
United Water Services Inc
(912) 638-2038 more info

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Facts about Woodbine, GA:
Woodbine is a city in, and the county seat of, Camden County, Georgia, United States, an original county established when the state constitution was adopted in 1777. The East Coast Greenway, a 3,000 mile long system of trails connecting Maine to Florida, runs along the Woodbine Riverwalk. Spaceport Camden is being developed adjacent to the city. Records in 1765 show that John Brown, John McGillvary, William Molyneaux and William Trowin petitioned English authorities for 1,400 acres (570 ha) south of the Satilla River. They were granted the land named Pile's Bluff, which historians believe to be near Woodbine. A tract of land was granted to Anton Cunning by the state in 1808. It became known as the Woodbine Plantation. Luke John Bailey purchased it in 1835 and held it through the Civil War, during which the house was burned by Union troops. James King Bedell acquired the property, constructed a new house, and restored the plantation. The railroad entered Camden County in 1893,...

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