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         Georgia Genealogy:     more books (100)
  1. The Whiteheads of Burke County, Georgia: A genealogy composed of index charts and sketches, in sections by Grattan Whitehead Rowland, 1976
  2. Fannin founders: 1971 collected columns on local history and genealogy of Fannin County, Georgia by Doyle R Harper, 1972
  3. Index to 12 months support book A, 1862-1897, Hart County, Georgia: Widow and minor support (Georgia Genealogy Sources) by MariLee Beatty Hageness, 1996
  4. McKemie genealogy of Southwest Georgia by John Carlton Cain, 1986
  5. Carlton family of Georgia & Florida: A genealogy of the Carlton brothers John and Thomas Carlton and their descendants by Jessie H Paulk, 2001
  6. From Virginia, New England, Saint Dominique, West Indies they came to Georgia: The genealogy of the families Formon-Boisclair, Walker, Beers, Lacy by Mary W Meadows, 1980
  7. Genealogy: New research sources for Georgia by Kenneth H Thomas, 1975
  8. Warnocks of South Carolina & Georgia: A research oriented genealogy by Robert H Warnock, 1999
  9. William Sullivan of Georgia: A genealogy : a genealogy of the descendants of William Sullivan (1790-1857) and his wife, Lydia Peacock of Georgia containing ... Williams, and others of Georgia and Florida by Joseph T Burval, 1999
  10. Genealogy, the Booth family in Ireland and Georgia by Patrick Smythe-Wood, 1968
  11. Floyd County, Georgia, marriages: Volume IV, 1908-1921 by Shirley F Kinney, 1994
  12. Carroll County, Georgia abstract of deed book by Mary Florence Arthur Word, 1992
  13. Troup County, Georgia : Bible records, marriage records, cemetery records by Ethel Dallas Hill, 1950
  14. 1797 -1802 tax digest Jackson County, Georgia by Belinda E Savadge, 2000

81. Lineages' Genealogy Site Oconee County, Georgia
What records are available for Oconee County and where to obtain them.

82. Lineages' Genealogy Site Hancock County, Georgia
Information for Hancock County genealogy.

83. Additional Sites For Georgia Genealogical Research
Additional Sites for georgia Genealogical Research. Atlanta (Fulton Co.). georgiaGenealogical Society s genealogy Links http//;
Additional Sites for Georgia Genealogical Research
Atlanta (Fulton Co.)
Macon (Bibb Co.)
  • Genealogy Department, Washington Memorial Library, 1180 Washington Avenue, PO Box 6334, Macon, GA 31201-1794; Telephone: (912) 744-0821
Moultrie (Colquitt Co.)
Savannah (Chatham Co.)

84. Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages: The Chandler's Of Coweta Co
Information of Clark Chandler bNov. 16, 1816
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The Chandler's of Coweta County Georgia
Updated September 6, 2000
It was copies of old letters that Clark(e) Chandler wrote while guarding Yankee prisoners at Andersonville prison that got me hooked on doing a family tree for my friend Bennie Clark Davis, Clark Chandler's great great grandson.
Clark, b Nov. 16, 1816, was the first of nine children of William and Elizabeth Frances Chandler. Clark was one of five sons who served with the Georgia military during the War Between The States. Of the five Chandlers boys, only brother John survived the war. Clark's oldest son William Jesse, b Mar. 12, 1848, also died in the war at age 16.
Clark enlisted as a Private in Company H, 1st Regiment, Georgia Reserves on May 2, 1864. He also is recorded as being a member of Company H, 7th Regiment, Georgia State Guards. We believe he first served at a "camp 3 miles above Atlanta" and then marched to Atlanta to board the train to the Andersonville Ga. prison for a few months. He then transfered back to Atlanta again where he was wounded. He died of his wounds on his way home and is buried in a small family cemetery on Blalock Road.
Now Bennie, let me get back to what I should be doing ... looking for Joseph William Berry, my great grandfather who was a "spinner" in the cotton mills in Lowell Massachusetts. He was married to ROSE McKEON and the parents of my grandfather, William Henry, born in 1870. If you see him around, tell him I'm looking for him or e-mail me. Thanks

85. Related Georgia Links
Channel! genealogy. Archives and Libraries. Additional Sites for georgiaGenealogical Research; georgia Archival Repositories; National
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  • Official State of Georgia Web Site : Information on the 1999 State Legislative Session, State Government, Education, Business and Economic Development, Legal Issues, Law Enforcement, Tourism, Employment and Training, Transportation, Heath and Human Services, and more!

86. Vessell And Taylor Families Of Georgia
Intermarried Southern families, including county links and surname reports. Also has scanned copies of original documents.
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87. Lenard Franklin Hubbard Genealogy
Hubbard and Bartlett genealogy, from georgia to Alabama. Hubbard descendants in Shady Grove, Boaz, Etowah County Alabama.
UPDATE OCT 19 2003
Links to other lines.
Irene's Genealogy ~Taylor Genealogy ~

This is an extension of my old Taylor Page with much more added.
~ Bartlett ~ Bits and Pieces

This is exactly what it says.
Hi and welcome to my Genealogy Page.Today is Feb 22 2004. This page is becoming expensive to keep up and I am dividing into smaller free pages.
Hubbard Descendants
is the new page. It is basically the same as this one with a few little updates. So if you find a broken link on it on the new one, please let me know. Now this page here, HAS several broken links. I expect that, because I am moving it.
Also I am going to add a link to shutterfly, so that I can upload large files for printout.
Link to shutterfly
Well, when I saved for print, they had resized it on their end. So if you want on of them for printout, email me ~ ~ and I can send the higher resolution one. In the mean time I will look for a place you can print it out at better resolution.
This next picture was taken after decoration in 1999 at Shady Grove. Click on the picture for a larger one.

88. Lineages' Genealogy Site Lanier County, Georgia
Provides the address and phone number for the Lanier County courthouse to make inquiries about records held there. Also contains helpful general links regarding georgia and genealogy.

89. Telfair County, Georgia USGenWeb Project
genealogy resources and information for Telfair County, georgia.

90. Georgia History Room
Houses a special collection of books, microfilm, files, and other materials needed for genealogical and historical research.
The houses a special collection of books, microfilm, files, and other materials needed for genealogical and historical research. Although the collection focuses on Georgia (primarily Northwest Georgia), other states are represented. Adjoining states and migration route states are of interest to our researchers. The Walker County Historical Society collection is in our Georgia Room, plus local organizations and individuals donate materials. Betty Johnson manages the Georgia History and Genealogy Room.
From our collection
Queries and services Betty's working hours Friends Charts ... Cherokee Regional Library

Includes those listed in the Morgan County georgia Tax Digests from 18081858.
OAS_AD('Top'); MY GEORGIA HARPERS This web page is dedicated to James Thomas Harper Sr. In Remembrance of those we have loved and lost, The Harper Family This web page is dedicated to the memory of my Beloved and Cherished Father, James Thomas Harper, Sr. It was my dad's love of history and the love of his family that had such an influence on me and interested me in the search for our ancestors. The time and work put into genealogy research was done with love, and that all future generations of the Harpers know who they were. That they existed and were remembered and loved. I hope you study this and maybe see a little of who we are, and who we came from. The hardships they had endured for us, for in the future, we, their descendents, could have a better and more fruitful life. And giving us the choice to follow our dreams. Again, in Remembrance to those we have loved and lost and will meet again. Carolyn Lee Harper Johnson Daughter of James Thomas Harper Sr. e-mail me Please Sign My Guestbook View My Guestbook My Southern Heritage ... Harper Wills King Wills Early GA Harpers 1789-1799 (from tax records) Harper Marriages in Georgia pre-1850 (Alphabetical) Harper Marriages in Georgia pre-1850 (By County) Harpers from Georgia in the War of 1812 Harpers in the Indian Wars and Disturbances GA Harpers in the Confederate Army Harpers in the 1827 Georgia Land Lottery ... Dinwiddie Co. VA Harpers 1782-1819

92. Home - Worth County, Georgia
Information on local news, weather, genealogy, and community events.
Sylvester :: Poulan :: Sumner :: Warwick :: Oakfield :: Doles :: Anderson City :: Bridgeboro :: Isabella :: Shingler :: Scooterville
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View Old Guestbook visitors since May 1, 1996. W elcome to Worth County, Georgia! L ocated in the heart of Southwest Georgia, Worth County is known as the 'Peanut Capital' because of its huge production of peanuts each year. N ot only is Worth County a great agricultural community, it is also a great place to make - and enjoy - living. Worth County combines the tranquility of a residential community with conveniences of larger cities close by. W orth County is home to four cities: Sylvester - the county seat, Poulan, Sumner, and Warwick. Please check out the links to learn more about us!

93. Diggin In Georgia Web Ring
Web ring designed to showcase personal genealogy home pages with at least some emphasis on genealogy in georgia.
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  • 94. Captain Georgia Barber Of Georgia
    Provides biographical and historical information, as well as quotes from correspondence.
    OAS_AD('Top'); CAPTAIN GEORGE BARBER OF GEORGIA by David W. Morgan Chapter One Captain GEORGE BARBER p. 1 - 10 The parents of Captain George Barber were George and Elizabeth Barber of Augusta County, Virginia. The elder George died 1750 in that colony, and one of the appraisers of his estate in Augusta County was Robert Williams, the uncle of Margaret Watkins, Margaret later to become the bride of Capt. George Barber. Elizabeth, widow of the elder George Barber, married a man by the name of Patton in May of 1751 on Craig's Creek. Robert Watkins (Father of Margaret), the elder George Barber, and Matthew Patton all lived near each other on Craig's Creek in 1745. Matthew Patton was the step-father of Capt. George Barber. He lived next to the Watkins family in Johnston County, North Carolina in 1767, and lived next to Capt. George Barber and Reese Watkins in Wilkes County, Georgia. Matthew Patton died in Wilkes County, Georgia in 1806, and two of the executors of his will were Capt. George Barber and Christopher Orr. Matthew Patton had been a witness to the will of Christopher's father, Robert Orr, in Johnston County, North Carolina in 1779. This same Christopher had married Martha, the daughter of Reese Watkins. Reese Watkins was the older brother of Margaret Watkins.

    Dedicated to the history and genealogy of the Mills family from Henderson Texas and georgia.
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    96. PulaskiCounty Georgia Genealogy
    Pulaski County genealogy from the georgia GenWeb project.
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    P u l a s k i C o u n t y G e o r g i a
    Our names are John and Gloria Holback we are the persons responsible for the Pulaski County portion of the GAGenWeb Project. Pulaski county was created December 13, 1808 from Laurens County. Laurens was created December 10, 1807 from Wilkinson County and Wilkinson County was created May 11, 1803 from Indian lands ceded in 1802 and 1805. The county seat is Hawkinsville. Other towns in the county are Finleyson, Hartford, and Browndale. The neighboring counties are Dooly Dodge Bleckley , Houston and Wilcox See Pulaski County Boundary Maps
    GAGenWeb Project's South Central Georgia Regional Page
    Table Of Contents P ulaski County is named in honor of Casimir Pulaski 1747-1779, a polish immigrant who came to this country to find freedom. During the Revolutionary War he earned the title of "The Father Of The American Calvry". Casimir Pulaski is best known for his leadership of the Colonial forces during the battle of Savanah, where he received fatal wounds that ended his life at the age of 32 years. Some of the earliest settlers of Pulaski County, Georgia may have served under the command of General Casimir Pulaski during the campaigns he led in the American Revolutionary War. Georgia Military Records
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    97. Lineages' Genealogy Site Whitfield County, Georgia
    Information on records available for Whitfield Co., georgia and how to obtain them.

    98. Directory Of Georgia Historical Societies And Genealogical
    Search for any Society in georgia. Listing of georgia Historical and GenealogicalSociety Addresses and Links. georgia Products at genealogy Shopper.
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  • 99. Eubanks
    The genealogy of the Eubanks family from Hall Co., georgia back through North Carolina and Virginia.
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    Sintha Caroline Eubanks born in Clermont,Hall Co., Ga. on 24 Aug 1843-died 26 sep 1910,married Feb 18 1861 to James F. Staton. Sintha's siblings were Susannah Eubanks born 20 Dec 1820 Clermont Hall co, Ga m. William (Joe) Elrod, Joseph R. Eubanks b. 5 Oct 1823 Clermont Hall co, Ga,M. Rachel Elrod in Gilmer co, Ga. on 15 Jan 1846,Nathan Hillard Eubanks born 16 Mar 1826 Clermont Hall co, Ga.,m. Lydia Lawrence in 1848,Cassandra Eubanks b. 12 Feb 1828 Clermont, Hall co,Ga, M. William L. Ferguson 7 Jul 1855, Mary Jane Eubanks b. 16 Feb 1830 Clermont, Hall co, Ga.,m. Abner Underwood, Sarah Eubanks b. 18 May 1832 Clermont, Hall co, Ga., Jacob V. Ferguson in 1857, Giles Thomas Eubanks b. 17 Jul 1834, Clermont, Hall co.,Ga. M. Catherine Hooper on 28 Aug 1856, Arminda Eubanks b. 2 Jul 1836 Clermont, Hall co, Ga, M. Ashberry Elliot in 1877, John F. Eubanks b. 1 Oct 1838 Clermont, Hall co, Ga, killed in civil war, M. Sarah Boyd in 1859 and William G. Eubanks b. 7 Jan 1841 Clermont, Hall co, Ga, M. Elizabeth Hardy on 1859. Sintha Caroline Eubanks parents were Giles Eubanks b. 17 Oct 1797 in Onslow co, N.C.,Died Mar 1870 Clermont Hall co, Ga, buried in Family plat on Shoal creek Rd., and his wife Nancy Talman/Tallman born 3 Jul 1801 in N.C.-died 4 Feb 1894 in Clermont, Hall co, Ga, buried in family plat on Shoal Creek Rd in Clermont, Ga.

    100. William Barlow Family Of Clinch County, Georgia
    A genealogy of the William Barlow family from Robeson County, NC to Clinch County, GA with biographies, photos, family tree, and legal documents.
    William Barlow Family of Clinch County, Georgia
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    Barlow Brick at UGA

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    William Barlow Family at home in Clinch Co,, Georgia about 1907
    Front RowWaver; Lizzie; Lurena; Claude; Hattie; Bert; Bert's wife, Lizzie Ferdon; Newt; Newt's wife, Carrie Aspinwall
    Back RowUnknown man, Tom Watson, William Barlow, Inez, Mary Arnold Barlow, Needham
    This page is dedicated to the descendants of William Barlow, who moved to Clinch County, Georgia from Montgomery County, Georgia in 1870. His father, a native of Robeson County, North Carolina, had migrated to Georgia in the 1840s along with many of his neighbors. As a member of the Barlow family by marriage, I have had a chance to research their roots and observe their lives for the past forty-two years. God-fearing, strong-willed and opinionated, they have impressed me with their belief in the old-fashioned virtues like honesty, hard work, devotion to family, and generosity to others less fortunate than they. I count it a privilege to be a Barlow in name, if not by blood. Site Map Jim and Mary Barlow 1791 Walker Ridge Drive Marietta, GA 30064

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