Blountsville is a ghost town located in Jones County, Georgia. The GNIS considers it to be a populated place but the town itself has long since gone. Located approximately nine miles southeast of Jonesboro, Blountsville was a thriving farming community. In the 1880s, there were as many as 100 people living in the town.
The town of Blountsville is a historic place that served as a post office and stage-coach stop until the War Between the States. During the War, this town was severely damaged and eventually disappeared. Before its decline, the town had been home to several prominent families. The town had a Baptist Church that was led by Rev. Benjamin Milner. Other prominent families included the Tift family, the Dumas family, and the McCullough family.