Our Founder

 

Dalton’s namesake, Tristram Dalton, was born in Newbury-port Massachusetts on March 4, 1738. He graduated from Harvard College in 1755 in a class that also included John Adams. Afterwards he studied law and was admitted to the bar, but did not practice, instead he pursued a career as a merchant. Dalton served as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1782-1785. He served as a Massachusetts State Senator from 1786-1788.
His grandson, Edward White, laid out the city of Dalton, Ga donating land for a city park and church sites. The city was named in honor of Senator Dalton and his daughter Mary, mother of Captain White.

Commercial

We lease commerical properties including retail space, office space, and warehouse space in the Dalton area.

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Residential

We have hundreds of houses, apartments, and townhouses in Dalton, Calhoun, Chatsworth, Resaca and southern Tennessee.

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Self-Storage

We offer climate controlled self stroage units in 10x10 and 10x15 sizes.

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