(Photo provided by

1953 Milton High Aerie yearbook)

In only its second season of playing a full region schedule, the Milton team went undefeated during the regular season, but lost to Hoganville in the class B state championship game.

Milton is blessed to have a multifaceted, yet little known, history.  To fill that gap, Milton Historical Society was established in 2018 by a group of interested citizens with the enthusiastic support of the City of Milton.

(Photo provided by Aubrey Morris)

Rollin Tucker standing in his cornfield on Freemanville Road near Summit Road. Mr. Tucker often peddled his produce in Alpharetta and Roswell. The Tucker farm house was restored from 1979 - 1984 by Robbie Richter and is now owned by James & Linda Farris.

(Photo provided by Helen Heard)

Charles Middleton Wood and family members at their home on Hagood Road. “C. M.”, as he was called, ran the Hagood Store on Bethany Way for many years. He later moved to Alpharetta where he served as city clerk.

“The history of our city is a precious asset. I applaud the Milton Historical Society for its dedication to the preservation and promotion of our past.  Knowledge of history helps us make sound decisions in the future.”

Joe Lockwood, Mayor of the City of Milton

Milton Historical Society

Proud Member of AASHL

Mailing Address:

12460 Crabapple Road, Suite 202-509

Milton, GA 30004

Headquarters Street Address  - PLEASE DO not send mail to this address

12670 Crabapple Road, Suite 105, Milton, GA 30004