William Phillips built this log cabin in the 1830’s. It was located on land lot no. 123 of the 11th land district in Meriwether County, Georgia, north of the Hogansville-Lone Oak Road (Highway 54).
It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on 28 Jun 1982. The nomination statement of significance reads:
The William D. Phillips Log Cabin is significant in architecture and exploration and settlement. Architecturally, it is significant as an example of a rare surviving log cabin with intact materials and details of craftsmanship that exemplify the type of building that was often built on the frontier by pioneers. In exploration and settlement the cabin is significant as an expression of the last westward migration within the current boundaries of Georgia following the Land Lottery of 1827.National Register of Historic Places 
Five additional photos, including one of the inside, were included in the nomination.
Unfortunately, the log cabin is no longer surviving.
William D. Phillips (1763-1849) is husband of 6th great-aunt Mary Spratling.
Mary Spratling (1776-1834) is 6th great-aunt of MKS in the Spratlin branch.
 findagrave.com member Calvin Kyle Bobbitt (photograph).
 National Register of Historic Places Inventory—Nomination Form, Phillips, William D., Log Cabin, Reference Number 82002454.