Just west of I-575, Chastain Center Blvd turns south from Chastain Road. Chastain Gardens Drive is in Chastain Park Townhomes just off Chastain Center Blvd and Wilson Road. East of I-575, Chastain Meadows Parkway leads south from Chastain Road into Chastain Meadows Business Park; Chastain Meadows Court forms a short spur to the east off Chastain Meadows Parkway. Other business parks in the area are Chastain Central and Chastain Place on Chastain Road west of Bellís Ferry Road. Map.
East of Bell's Ferry Road, Chastain Road becomes New Chastain Road and runs through a residential area with a number of Chastain Streets with Marietta addresses: Chastains Landings, Chastains Crossing, Chastain Court, Chastain Trace, Chastain Glen Lane, Chastain Trail, Chastain Place, and Chastain Cor(ner?).
Chastain Road passes to the south of Chastains Lakes. The 50 acre Chastains Lakes are actually two lakes attached by a small connector. They serve as reservoirs, and each has a dam, West Chastains Lake Dam and East Chastains Lake Dam. The mean depth of the lakes is 7 feet, and the maximum is 18 feet. Fishermen will find Largemouth Bass and Spotted Bass. The third biggest Georgia lunker (17 lb. 14 oz.) was caught by Nickey Rich in Chastains Lakes in 1965. The lakes are surrounded by the beautiful Chastain Lakes subdivision. The community supports tennis and swimming amenities, and is home to the Chastain Lakes swim team.
On the opposite side of Kennesaw from the Chastain Road group is Chastain Pointe, a residential street west of Kennesaw about halfway between Kennesaw and Acworth. Marietta streets Chastain Manor Court, Chastain Manor Way, and Chastain Ridge Drive could not be located on the maps. See also other Chastain Roads in Georgia.
Emory was born November 4, 1896 and died September 17 (or 16), 1964 (or 1965). He is buried in the Gresham Cemetery in Noonday, Cobb County, Georgia. Emory married Donna Jean York January 6, 1923. She was born April 18, 1906 in Cobb County, Georgia, the daughter of William George York and Anna Rhea McCleskey. Emory and Donnah had eleven children together.
Emory Chastain's brother was Fulton County, Georgia commissioner Troy Green Chastain, after whom is named the famous Chastain Park in Atlanta. Their grandfather was Green Berry Chastain, who had other descendants of note. Emory's lineage appears to be: