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Savannah, before 1943. Former Green-Meldrim House located on Bull Street at Madison Square. It was built for Charles Green, a cotton merchant, 1850-1861. Its architecture is Gothic Revival. General William T. Sherman used the house as his headquarters when Union forces occupied Savannah in 1864-1865. In 1892, Judge Peter W. Meldrim bought it. In 1943, St. John's Episcopal Church next door acquired it for use as a parish house.

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