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  1. Marriages and Obituaries from Early Georgia Newspapers by Judge Folks Huxford, 1998-12
  2. Registers of Signatures of Depositors in the Augusta, Georgia, Branch of the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company by Alice O. Walker, 1999-05
  3. Georgia Families: A Bibliographic Listing by Donald M. Hehir, 1993-06
  4. Entomology series by Hughes Spalding, 1965
  5. Some Georgia County Records: Being Some of the Legal Records of : Baldwin, Burke, Richmond, and Jackson Counties, Georgia by Edward E. Van Schaick, 2000-06
  6. Some Georgia County Records: Being Some of the Legal Records of Effingham, Morgan, and Warren Counties by S. Emmett Lucas, Edward E. Van Schaick, 1998-12
  7. The Georgia Land Lottery Papers, 1805-1914 by S. Emmett Lucas, 1979-06
  8. Appendix from "The story of Georgia and the Georgia people" by George Gillman Smith, 1900
  9. Georgia obituaries, 1905-1910 by Jeannette Holland Austin, 2000
  10. Floyd County, Georgia marriages, the early years, volume I: Books 1A, A, B & C : 1834-1884 by Shirley F Kinney, 1989
  11. The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783 by George F. Jones,
  12. Georgians past: Special files of Georgia settlers and citizens, subjects and counties, 1733-1970s by Robert Scott Davis, 1997
  13. Cemeteries & genealogy: Warren County, Georgia and immediate vicinity, 1792-1987 by Daniel Nathan Crumpton, 1987
  14. The Georgia Black Book, Vol. 2 by Robert Scott Davis, 1987-06

41. - Georgia Genealogy
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42. Houston County Georgia Genealogy And History
Genealogy and history of Houston County, Georgia. Probate Court records listing.For further info. please contact William A. Mills. Perry, Georgia.
For further info please contact: William A. Mills Perry, Georgia
Houston County, Georgia was established in 1821 from Indian lands, and was one of the largest counties in Georgia. It was home to many families which migrated from Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. After the Civil War, several families migrated from here to Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and especially Texas.
Listed below, are two of the most important types of genealogy records from the Houston County, Georgia Probate Court. These records sometimes include information that is available nowhere else.
Surnames include:
Adams, Aiken, Ainsworth, Akins, Alexander, Alford, Allen, Alsabrook, Amaker, Ammons, Amos, Anderson, Ansley, Antham, Arnold, Aultman, Avant, Avera
Bacon, Bailey, Baldwin, Ball, Bannon, Barden, Barfield, Barker, Barnes, Barnett, Barrett, Barron, Barrow, Baskin, Bason, Bass, Bassett, Bateman, Batten, Bazemore, Beck, Beddingfield, Bell, Belvin, Bennett, Birch, Bishop, Bivens, Bivins, Blackman, Blewster, Blood, Blount, Blunt, Boler, Bolton, Bond, Bonner, Booker, Boon, Borchard, Borum, Bowen, Brack, Bradley, Branch, Branham, Brantley, Brantly, Brasewell, Bridges, Briggs, Britt, Brookins, Brooks, Brown, Brunson, Bryan, Bryant, Buck, Buff, Bullard, Bunn, Burgay, Burks, Burnam, Burnes, Burney, Burns, Busbay, Busbee, Bush, Butler, Byington, Bynum, Byrum
Caldwell, Calhoun, Campbell, Candler, Carlos, Carr, Cartwright, Carroll, Carter, Cashan, Cater, Causey, Chambers, Chancey, Chancy, Chapman, Chastain, Cheek, Cherry, Cheshire, Christmas, Churchwell, Churn, Clark, Clarke, Claxton, Cliett, Clifton, Cline, Coalson, Cobb, Cody, Coleman, Coley, Collier, Collins, Colson, Colyer, Compton, Cook, Coombs, Cooper, Corder, Coten, Couey, Cousins, Cox, Cowen, Coyne, Crawford, Croom, Cross, Crowder, Crumpler, Cullen, Culler, Culp, Culpepper

Genealogy and history resources, local information including churches, schools, and cemeteries.
Whitfield County was formed in 1851 from part of Murray County which lies on it's eastern boundary. Whitfield County lies in northwestern Georgia and is bordered by the Tennessee state line on it's northern side and by Catoosa, Walker, Gordon and Murray Counties, counterclockwise, on it's other boundaries. Whitfield, Georgia's 97th county was named after Reverend George Whitefield, an early settler of Georgia and the founder of the Bethesda Orphan House in Savannah. The spelling of the county name was later changed to reflect the way it was pronounced.
There are five towns within Whitfield County, these being the county seat, Dalton (formerly Cross Plains), Cohutta, Varnell, Tunnel Hill and Rocky Face. In 1990 the census for Whitfield County was 72,462 with Dalton having 21,761 residents.
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44. CalhounCounty Georgia Genealogy
Link to Southwest Regional Page. georgia genealogy Links. To Georgia State Page. GeorgiaGenWeb Links. georgia genealogy Links. Maps of Georgia 1895. Civil War Forum.
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Welcome To Calhoun County, Georgia
P age counter at work since June 9, 1998 Thanks for visiting our page. I am Nancy Vick. I am the coordinator for Calhoun County which is a part of the Georgia Genweb project. The county seat is Morgan. It was formed from Baker and Early Counties in 1854. C omments can be sent to NANCY VICK
Calhoun County Queries,Surnames,Wills and Deeds
Calhoun County Resources and Lookups Link to Southwest Regional Page Georgia Genealogy Links To Georgia State Page Georgia Native American Page Georgia Afro-American Genealogy Appeal for Slave Data ... US GenWeb Project
Comments can be sent to NANCY VICK
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45. Wilkes County, Georgia Genealogy - Splash Page

46. My MOORE History & Genealogy Of Wiregrass Georgia
Genealogy of Wiregrass, Georgia and beyond. Some of the Wiregrass area counties are Clinch, Lanier, Lowndes, Coffee, Atkinson, Pierce Ware.




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This page is a brief review of my MOORE family of Southeastern Georgia, commonly called Wiregrass Georgia. These MOORE's are originally from Ireland, and settled in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and other parts of America.
My MOORE connection is via my biological mother's mother (my grandmother) Bessie Estelle Moore . She was the daughter of Mathew Howard Moore b:1872 d:1944 and Rebecca Jane Sweat b:1873 d:1950. They are buried in Seminole County, Florida. Mathew was the son of John Moore, V and Barbara Roberts . Bessie married George Baxter McMahan in Seminole County, Florida. My grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Moore McMahan, died June 1957 and was laid to rest in the LaGrange Cemetery in Titusville, Brevard County, Florida in an unmarked grave. There's more about the McMahan clan at this GeoCities page or go to my Worldconnect link ID " irisheyes " for the complete list of descendants with notes and census references to date. There may also be several "unlinked" MOORE in my notes at Worldconnect. Please let me know if you find your ancestors there and can add any further information on them. Perhaps together we can find many MOORE cousins!! :o)
Please remember that this page is mostly just my direct lineage. This family is really, really huge and I simply do not have the room for everyone here. Also, do not ask me for proof of anything here because I probably don't have it. I would suggest contacting the source(s) that are listed for further info. I only have documents on some of my direct lineage and what I do have is at my

47. Wilkes County, Georgia Genealogy
The premier site for Wilkes County, georgia genealogy. AN ORIGINAL GEORGIA COUNTYFORMED FEB. 5, 1777 Welcome to the Wilkes County, georgia genealogy Web site.
Email the Webmaster Site Credits Feedback Bibles (3) Joseph R. Brooke and Sally Perry
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Joel Smith

Robert Walker

Books (52) Early Records of GA, Wilkes County, Vol 1 (Online Transcription)
A bibliography of all known books related to Wilkes County genealogy will coming in the future. It is currently being compiled.
Census (152) NOTE: The 1790-1810 censuses for Wilkes County no longer exist.
1791 Tax List

1820 Census Index

1824 Tax List

1830 Census Index
... 1930 Enhanced Census Index Cemeteries (3) Anthony's Chapel Anthony Family Beard Mahoney Family Beaverdam Baptist Church ... Willis Family Historical The Act Incorporating Danburg Prohibition in Danburg, 1877 Wilkes Family Sites ** - link added Mar. 14th, 2004 The Adamson Family The Alexander Family Not active The Andrews Family The Arnett Family The Barron Family The Brantley Family ... The Carson Family Not active The Combs/Coombs Family The Connell Family The Daniel Family The Drury Family ... The Edwards Family Not active The Ficklin Family The Freeman Family The Gholston Family The Gullatt Family ... The Holderness Family Not active The Huguley Family The Jordan Family Not active The Marshall Family The Pettigrew Family The Pitts Family The Porterfield Family ... The Sanford Family Not active The Simmons Family The Smith Family The Springer Family The Stanley Family ... The Thrasher Family Not active The Torrence Family The Totty Family The Wingfield Family (Afr.-Am.) **

48. Georgia Genealogy - Georgia Birth Records. Georgia Family Search Page.
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49. Georgia Genealogy
genealogy, georgia genealogy Records. Georgia Vital Records Public Records. GeorgiaGenealogy Message Boards, Queries and Discussion Lists.
Georgia Genealogy Records
The following websites provide the most useful vital records and public records material:
Georgia Census Records
These are the best online databases for Georgia census records, indexes, and images:
Georgia Genealogy Message Boards, Queries and Discussion Lists
My top three favorite places to correspond with other Georgia genealogy researchers:
  • Georgia Genealogy - online database of Georgia genealogy queries Ancestry Georgia Message Boards - Georgia Mailing Lists - Dozens of mailing lists on various Georgia genealogy topics
    National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) - the best goverment source for federal records such as the U.S. Census Records, Social Security Death Index, Federal Land Patent Records, Naturalization Records, and Maps:
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50. Randolph County, Georgia
Welcome to. Randolph Co. georgia genealogy. Randolph County, Georgia History. Randolphis a county in the WSW part of Georgia and contains about 800 square miles.
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Randolph Co. Georgia Genealogy
Randolph County, Georgia History
Randolph is a county in the WSW part of Georgia and contains about 800 square miles. It was established by act of Congress on December 20, 1828 from Lee County. It was named for John Randolph (1773 - 1833), a Senator and Representative from Virginia for many years. Randolph County included all of Stewart and Quitman Counties and parts of Terrell and Clay Counties. Cuthbert was established and made the county seat in 1831. It was incorporated into a town in 1834. Indians were in this area until 1836 when they were driven out after the Creek Rebellion. Randolph county is rich in old homes, some dating back as far as 1837. There are roughly 34 homes built in the 1800s within the city limits of Cuthbert. The present courthouse was built in 1885. The original was a log fort building. By the late 1850s, Cuthbert was recognized as the educational center of Georgia because of the two women's colleges in its area, Andrew College and Baptist Female College of Southwest Georgia and a male academy. Andrew College is the second oldest in the US and in 1956 became co-ed. Railroads came to the area in the 1850s and it became a thriving agricultural center. Now, Randolph County focuses on industry, which prospers from its excellent transportation facilities. Also, because of its abundant water supply and mostly mild weather, agriculture flourishes.

51. Georgia Genealogy Books
A listing of genealogy books categorized by authors, organizations, counties, and special events.

52. Georgia Obituaries Search
Recommended georgia genealogy Records. Georgia Cemetery Records onlineburial records; georgia genealogy Records - online genealogy databases;
Georgia Obituaries Search
Return to Obituaries Homepage This guide to Georgia obituary records was created to provide genealogists with access to the best Georgia obituary databases from a single web page.
Obituaries contain information about a person's life, their death, place of burial, surviving relatives and contact information for the funeral home. This webpage gives you access to all of the online databases containing Georgia obituaries, Georgia death notices, other Georgia obituary records, and various other related Georgia genealogy records. Obituaries have long been used to help with genealogy research. The Internet has allowed people to store obituary records into various online obituary archives. This has brought access to online obituary records much more easier for genealogy researchers. Newspaper obituaries are among the most popular form of online obituaries. Other obituaries published in journals, and by funeral homes, are also available online. Most newspapers publish their recent obituaries online. The Internet is also a popular way to find celebrity obituaries. Obituaries of celebrities can be found on hundreds of websites. Searching for "celebrity obituaries" on a search engine like

53. Ga. History & Genealogy Hard-Copy Periodicals In GLFH Dept., Atlanta-Fulton Pub.
Georgia History georgia genealogy Periodicals in Hard Copy Prepared by PatrickStolleis of The Georgia Local Family History Department Central Library
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System "The People's University" Central Library Periodical Holdings
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Georgia Newspapers on Microfilm in the Georgia History Collection

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TITLE AS SHELVED CITY ST PUBLISHER OUR HOLDINGS NOTE A Alpharetta, Old Milton County, Historical and Genealogical Society Quarterly Alpharetta GA Old Milton County Historical and Genealogical Soc.
Ancestor Update McDonough GA
Ancestoring Augusta GA Augusta Genealogical Society
Ancestors Unlimited Edition (Clayton County College Park GA Ancestors Unlimited Archives Tidbits East Point GA Friends of the National Archives - Southeast Region Current subscription Atlanta Historical Bulletin Atlanta GA Atlanta Historical Society 1927-1977. Suspended May 1942-August 1943 Atlanta Historical Journal Atlanta GA Atlanta Historical Society Atlanta Historical Society. Newsletter Atlanta GA Atlanta Historical Society Atlanta History Atlanta GA Atlanta Historical Society Current Subscription Atlanta History Center News Atlanta GA Atlanta Historical Society Current subscription Atlanta History Center. Newsletter

54. Georgia Genealogy - Georgia Birth Records, Georgia Census Records, Georgia Marri
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55. Cemeteries Of Georgia - Cemetery Records - Genealogy - Geneology
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56. Georgia Genealogy - Web Search
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57. Genealogy Resources On The Internet - WWW/Georgia
Coweta County, georgia genealogy History http// by Kathy Proctor. Crawford GAGenWeb Page http//www
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Info for records at the state and county level. Georgia USGenWeb Page USGenWeb Archives for Georgia
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http://www.SOS.State.Ga.US/archives/default.htm See the Reference Section at http://www.SOS.State.Ga.US/archives/rs/grs.htm for many genealogy topics. Georgia County Officers and Information
A listing of county officers and information about the county (when created, who named for and what made them famous, the county seat, names of the officers and commissioners). I believe the number beside the county seat is the zip code for that town. Access via PeachNet gopher:

58. Georgia Genealogy Is Available In Georgia Backroads Magazine.
georgia genealogy articles are included in Georgia Backroads magazine, a captivatingsource of articles and information on travel opportunities, leisure
Georgia Genealogy Abounds
In Georgia Backroads Magazine
Georgia Genealogy - The original inhabitants of north Georgia came from many different realms. As a result, the genealogical lines of the residents of Georgia are somewhat complex today, as one might imagine. The Native Americans who lived in the area now comprising the state intermarried with some whites, creating many lines of mixed races. Irish and Scotch immigrants moved down the mountain valleys along the Atlantic Seaboard, and French trappers and Spanish explorers from the area known today as Florida moved up into the Georgia area intermarrying to create still more lines. Georgia Backroads magazine and the North Georgia Journal of History hardbacks ( Volumes I, II, III , and IV
Georgia Backroads is Georgia's most popular travel and history magazine . It includes a variety of articles on topics of Georgia history, scenic travel destinations in the state, Georgia genealogical information, Southern lifestyles, and many historic photographs. Georgia Backroads is published in Roswell, Georgia, each March, June, September, and December.

59. Georgia Genealogy Links And Travel Web Sites - Updated 06/09/2004
georgia genealogy .. links and genealogy shops .. from MuseumStuff.comthe awardwinning guide to best georgia genealogy information. Genealogy

60. Georgia Genealogy Books For Appling, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Bartow, Berrien, Bib
georgia genealogy Books for Appling, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Bartow, Berrien, Bibb,Brooks, Bryan, Bulloch, Burke, Butts, Calhoun, Camden, Campbell, Carroll
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FI-0865, $18.50 APPLING COUNTY, GEORGIA 1820
A map of the original survey of Appling County in 1820 showing the major waterways, towns, land districts and the counties derived from it, i.e. Jeff Davis, Wayne, Coffee, Bacon, Pierce, Brantley, Ware, Clinch, Charlton, and Echols.
Size: 11" x 17" MP-0513, $2.50 Baker County 17 Pages, 8.5"x11", Full Name Index, Softcover Many sketches of Baker County Pioneers. GA-0100, $7.50 1830 BAKER COUNTY, GEORGIA CENSUS FI-0953, $3.50 1840 BAKER COUNTY, GEORGIA CENSUS INDEX Indexed. FI-0266, $2.50 1860 BAKER COUNTY, GEORGIA CENSUS FI-0866, $15.00 BAKER COUNTY, GEORGIA COMPANY H 6TH REG. CSA FI-0781, $5.50 Baldwin County 1810 BALDWIN COUNTY, GEORGIA TAX LIST FI-0400, $2.00 1813 BALDWIN COUNTY, GEORGIA TAX LIST FI-0143, $7.50 1840 BALDWIN COUNTY, GEORGIA CENSUS INDEX

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