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         Georgia Genealogy:     more books (100)
  1. The Bush-McCorkle family of Georgia: An informal genealogy by Harriet Virginia Bush Hobbs, 1958
  2. The house of Plant of Macon, Georgia;: With genealogies and historical notes by George Sherwood Dickerman, 1900
  3. Climb the Hills of Gordon by Jewell B Reeve, 1962
  4. The ancestors and descendants of Sampson Edward Ball, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana by George R Watson, 1993
  5. Coldwater community in Elbert County, Georgia by Clara Adams Stowers, 2001
  6. History of Baldwin County, Georgia by Anna Maria Green Cook, 1992
  7. Marriage book 1835-1852: Gilmer County,Georgia (Georgia genealogical sources) by MariLee Beatty Hageness, 1998
  8. Georgia church and family cemeteries (Georgia genealogical sources) by MariLee Beatty Hageness, 2000
  9. Muster roll, Co. K, 12th Georgia regiment, infantry, "Marion Guards", Marion County, Georgia (Georgia genealogical sources) by MariLee Beatty Hageness, 1996
  10. Williams family descendants of Moses Williams and Chaney Huckaby in Oglethorpe, Fayette and Spalding Counties, Georgia and beyond: With connections to ... Reeves, Rowland, Smith, and Spurlin families by Arthur Ray Rowland, 1999
  11. Genealogy of the Carver family of Georgia and related families by Nell S Walsh, 1973
  12. Early Georgia, 1733-1819 (Early American series) by Ronald Vern Jackson, 1981
  13. Pioneers of Georgia: A genealogist research book by Joyce D Payne, 1992
  14. Phillip's Mill Baptist Church minutes, Wilkes County Georgia, 1785-1850 (LCDA&H) by Jimmie Tucker Franklin, 1995

121. "My McMillan" Family Website
genealogy of the family branch which emigrated from Scotland and eventually settled in the South georgia area.
The History on my family started years ago, but I have recently begun to get interested in what the McMillan Clan really is. My grandfather, Robert H. McMillan Jr, and my grandmother, Gladys Green McMillan , researched for many years into our family history and lineage. Out of all this came a book, The Record of McMillan and Allied Families I have had a copy for most of my life, but have only just begun to understand what it means to be actively involved in a Clan.
I currently live just outside Atlanta, Georgia with my wife and two kids . I work in Kennesaw Georgia at Quality Fabricators and run my own internet service, Reaching Branches , which provides websites for the sunday school classes in churches. I have been truly blessed in so many ways. I am continuing my journey into learning more about the Clan as a whole. The more I research and talk with people, the more I am learning just how vast our family is. I hope with this website I can grow in knowledge and wisdom as I meet more and more of our most interesting family.

122. Genealogy Society Coweta County, GA
these friends Cyndi s List of genealogy Sites on the Internet. Welcome to Newnan.comYouronline source of information about Newnan and Coweta County, georgia.
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The Coweta County Genealogical Society and Historical Research Center is located in the Old Passenger Train Depot in Historic Downtown Grantville, Georgia, which is South of Newnan, just off I-85 South. Come in, look around and meet some of our wonderful people who keep our society operating.
The Coweta County Genealogical Society has almost finished the transcription of the 1920 Census for Coweta Co. and is currently taking prepublication orders for it. The prepublication price is $45 plus $5 postage/handling on orders received by December 10, 2003. After that date, the price will be $50 plus $5 postage/handling. The publication will be a three volume set with an every name index. Order from CCGS, P.O. Box 1014, Newnan, GA 30264.
Also shown here is Coweta's Confederate Son and Georgia's Confederate Medal of Honor recipient,Pvt. William Thomas Overby. Overby's remains were brought back to Coweta from Virginia and reburied here on January 5, 1996 by Coweta's Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1729, Sharpsburg Sharpshooters. That brought the numbers buried here to 270 Confederates.
To Soldier's Cemetery
Courier 1-22
Members of the CCGS receive four (4) issues of the "COWETA COURIER" published Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer during the current membership year. Contents of our magazine include church and courthouse records, family and Bible records, newspaper abstracts, miscellaneous genealogical information and unlimited queries. Coweta and Old Campbell Counties are the primary focus but information on other areas included when space permits. Campbell County, Georgia was made up of land of the 7th, 8th and 9th Dist. of Coweta County in 1828. In 1931 Campbell County was merged into Fulton Co. There were many Coweta genealogical connection in what is now called Old Campbell County. The CCGS has a large collection of that information. Each CCGS quartile has a segment of Old Campbell County history in it. Here you can find a sample of information on "Old Campbell County" and the CCGS quartely, "The Coweta Courier".

123. Hall Co. GA History And Genealogy
Hall County genealogy from the georgia GenWeb project.
All Family Material
Searchers Queries Webpages
Will Be Linked
from the Surname Pages. SURNAMES A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U ... To Read Old Other Places to Post GAHALL -L Mail List
Browse Rootsweb Hall Message Board ... CALENDAR
Reunions and Events Lookups
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Welcome to Hall County
Georgia USA Neighboring Counties:
Habersham Franklin ... Northeast Region Hall County was formed in 1818 from Franklin Co. and Jackson Co. It was named for Lyman Hall, (1724-90), American Revolutionary War leader, born in Wallingford, Conn.; signer of Declaration of Independence; the 9th Governor of Georgia who served in 1783-85. Hall County has a total area of 429.2 square miles and on a list from largest to smallest it is number 54 out of 159. The following cities/towns are in Hall County:
, Lula, Flowery Branch, Clermont, Gillsville, Chestnut Mountain, Chicopee, Murrayville, Oakwood and New Holland.
Gainesville is home for: Gainesville College and Brenau University.
From Roadside Georgia Hall County, Georgia, History

124. Taylor County, GA GenWeb
Taylor County genealogy from the georgia GenWeb project.

125. Appling County, Georgia
Contains information on Revolutionary and Confederate soldiers, Appling history and queries, and links to other sites concerning information pertaining to genealogy.

126. Georgia World Vital Records
adding more and more genealogy web sites to help you learn more about using theInternet to find your genealogy. Or click here for more georgia Vital Records
Georgia Vital Records
Many web sites can help you find out more about your Georgia ancestors. In the table of information below, you will find many GA web sites organized for you, including the type of record, the title, the web site address, the approx. number of records, the date range, whether or not it is free to search, and notes about the site. Come back often as we will be adding more and more genealogy web sites to help you learn more about using the Internet to find your genealogy. Or click here for more Georgia Vital Records or here for Birth, Marriage, and Death Records Title of web site Web site address # of records Date Range Cost or Free Notes Or try this... Global Tree Georgia Births
and put GA in the birth place field varies Free A nice searchable site where people put up there own files in hopes to help others and/or get more information. So you would need to go to the submitter of the info to find out how accurate it is. Georgia, 1732-55 RootsWeb Georgia Birth WorldConnect Records

127. Boards Message Boards [ Boards ]
Gennconnect's forums for the state of georgia, for posting queries concerning genealogy.

128. The Crypt: Genealogy & History Of Camden & Charlton Counties, Georgia
History and genealogy of the communities in Camden and Charlton Counties, georgia. Numerous photographs.
Finding Bellevue Plantation (of McIntosh County) -
A request for help from Mary R. Bullard.
Once information has been submitted to my web-site, the information remains under the ownership and control of the original compiler. If someone submits information, then comes back in 6 months and asks me to remove it, I will do so. The only information I will not pull is information I have compiled myself (mainly cemetery records). I have very little public information that is not currently on-line. What you see is what I have. On the other hand, I do have quite a few photographs and other small projects I am working to put on-line. Those projects are mainly photograph-based and do not contain much "hard data."
What I can do, and what I can't...
I do NOT have tourism information or real estate information online. My site is really for history and genealogy. You are welcome to post queries to my web-site for public viewing. I update the pages regularly and whenever possible.
I do not do personal lookups at courthouses, libraries, etc. Please contact the courthouse and / or the Bryan-Lang Library. They will charge about $10 an hour. The Bryan-Lang will usually do "basic" lookups for free - census records and such. However, don't hold me or them to that! Policies can change!
What I will do is "publish" information researchers have collected. I give researchers a place to meet, to exchange information, and to publish their information, for free, in a centrally located site.

129. Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia -- Genealogy Search
Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, georgia, Search the Oakland Cemetery,Atlanta, georgia Database For Your genealogy. Build Your Family

130. Kendrick's
The genealogy of the Kendrick family from north georgia back to Virginia.
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This page is dedicated to my Kendrick ancestors, some of which can be seen HERE
James Kendrick's mother was named Susan Broom (Susie)-born Jan 1840 in S.C. and father was James M. Kendrick also-born 1820-died 1875. This James's parents were John Kendrick 1785-1850, his wife Lucy 1787-1870.They were married 1806 John's parents were Abel A. Kendrick born 14 Mar 1759 Hanover Co. Va-died 23 Aug 1836 Hall Co. Ga. His wife-Judith Cannon born ca 1770 in Pendelton Dist. S.C.-died 28 Sept 1836 Forsyth Co. Ga. Judith's father was Russell Cannon of Pickens, S.C.,born 1755-died 1824. His wife was Jane ? 1760-1855. Russell Cannon's mother was Jane Rudd 1730-?-FatherSimcock Cannon 1725-1800. Jane Rudd's father was John Rudd Jr b. Hennico,Va. 1709-d. Chesterfield Co. Va. 1754 and mother Hannah Russell b. Hennico,Va. 1710-d. Chesterfield Co. Va. 1771. John Rudd Jr's father was John Rudd Sr b. James City,Va. 1681-d. Henrico,Va.1745 and mother was Avis Whitaker b. Henrico,Va. 1681d. 1760 Chesterfield Co Va. They married at Hennaco Co Va Ca 1708. John Rudd Sr's father was Capt John Rudd b. 1633/1645 England-d. 1709/1720 Chesterfield Co.Va.

131. Welcome To Taylor County AHGP
georgia American History and genealogy Project
Welcome to Taylor County, Georgia In recognition of creativity, integrity and excellence on the Web.
Awarded March 13, 2004 My name is Kim Gordon and I am the Coordinator and Webmaster for this site. I am very proud to be part of the American History and Genealogy Project! If you would like to contribute information for this site, please email me.
Please put Taylor County in the subject line. AHGP State Table
AHGP Georgia Counties Table
Helpful Links and Information Adoption
Bible Records Biographies ...
Taylor County Neighbors Search this site! Join the Taylor County Mail List! Subscribe to taylorcountyga Powered by You are visitor #
Since this site was created 26 May 2003 This page was last updated Thursday June 03, 2004 07:42 PM Graphics by Gordon Graphix Kim Gordon Webmaster
Commercial use of material within this site is prohibited.
This site may not be duplicated in any way without consent.

132. Knight Family History From Virginia, Georgia And Louisiana
Includes genealogy of the Knight Family from Virginia through Bulloch County, georgia to Washington Parish Louisiana; family pictures; family reunion updates and photos.
CLICK HERE to go to Family History CLICK HERE to go to Family Reunion
to sign our Guestbook
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This site is a member of WebRing. To browse visit here If you do not hear music, click here to download a Crescendo .midi music player Plummer and Melissa Corkern Knight
The history of the Knight Family from Jamestown, Virginia, through Bulloch County, Georgia, to Washington Parish, Louisiana
to the Cyber Home of the Knight Family
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133. Shawna's Genealogy Site
Extensive personal genealogy site dealing with surnames from mostly western North Carolina and Southern georgia. Database includes gedcom's, cemetery surveys, marriage records. Site updated monthly.
A whole bunch of good old southern surnames, mostly from western
North Carolina and southern Georgia

Welcome to my Genealogy Site! Although I have lived in Michigan since I was four years old, all my roots 'n relatives are in the south. My heart belongs to western North Carolina, with the majestic mountains and beautiful waterfalls and we hope to retire there in the near future. One thing that I've discovered in my research is that almost everybody with roots in Jackson, Transylvania and surrounding counties are related, usually in several ways. So if you have ancestors from this area the chances are excellent that we are cyber-cousins, e-mail me and we'll find out. All information at my site may be used freely for private, non-commercial use. Please be aware that I have over 33,000 names in my database at this time and, except for my own direct lines, this information has not been personally verified. The information on this site represents a compilation of material from many written sources, internet databases and data generously shared with me by other researchers. I have recently seen some other genealogy sites on the Internet listing this site as a source for their information and this disturbs me. The information found here is meant to be a starting point for personal research and should not be used as a source for documentation purposes. If you find any information that you believe is in error (and I'm sure you will) please politely let me know and I will be happy to correct it. I gladly accept unsolicited donations if you agree that the information can be posted on this site. So pull up a rocker and sit a spell on the porch. We'll look out at the beautiful Smoky Mountains, sip some sweet tea and you can meet the family.

134. Newton County, Georgia, Genealogy
Newton County, georgia. genealogy. Newton County Resources. Email list withsearchable archives. Newton County USGenWeb. Newton County at RootsWeb.
Newton County, Georgia Genealogy
Newton County Resources
E-mail list with searchable archives Newton County USGenWeb Newton County at RootsWeb Chamber of Commerce ... GenForum
Georgia Resources GA AHGP GA Census Online GA Resources at RootsWeb GAGenWeb ...
Other Genealogy Links

If you have Newton County data that you are willing to share on this site with others who are hunting ancestors in Newton County, please let me know! Carol
Carol C-H.

135. Lineages' Genealogy Site Jenkins County, Georgia
Provides the courthouse and phone number for Jenkins county to inquire about records as well as helpful genealogy and georgia links.

136. Chattahoochee County, GA, Genealogy
Chattahoochee County, georgia, genealogy, history and geography, includingmilitary, census, and vital record information for researching ancestors.
Chattahoochee County Courthouse Muscogee Genealogical Society The Land and The People Fort Benning: Maps Infantry Center USGenWeb ... GenForum
Chattahoochee County, Georgia
GA AHGP GA Maps GA GenWeb Historical Maps of GA and AL ... Government Info. Resources by Carol C-H Modified: Friday, 27-Feb-2004 10:22:48 CST

137. Lineages' Genealogy Site Lowndes County, Georgia
Offers the address and phone numbers for the Lowndes County courthouse to make inqueries regarding records that are held there. Also provides helpful general georgia and genealogy links.

138. Lineages' Genealogy Site Irwin County, Georgia
Information for genealogy research in Irwin County.

139. Newton County, Georgia
Newton county history, queries, surname registry, and links to other genealogy resources.
Newton County, Georgia
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The History of Covington and Newton County
(adapted from Newton County Chamber of Commerce Newton County was created by the Georgia General Assembly on December 24, 1821. It was named for Revolutionary War hero Sergeant John Newton. It was formed from parts of Henry, Jasper, and Walton Counties. The Creek Indians roamed the land until 1813 when Governor Thorp negotiated a treaty in which the Creeks gave up their claim to the land A decade later the last of the Creek Indians were banished to Oklahoma over the "Trail of Tears." The first white settlers located in Eastern Newton County in a town then-named Winton. "The Brick Store" was built in 1822 and still stands today. Lack of adequate water caused the settlers to move further west and stablish Newtonsboro. The name was later changed to Covington after General Leonard Covington, a hero in the war of 1812. In 1853 Covington was incorporated as a City. The coming of the railroad in 1845 was the beginning of the growth and stability of Newton County. Newton County's extensive agricultural base produced related industries, like textile mills, as early as the 1840's. After 1900, textiles became a major industry in the area serving the farmers of the surrounding counties.

140. Lineages' Genealogy Site Jefferson County, Georgia
Provides courthouse address and phone number to inquire about genealogy records as well as provides helpful georgia and genealogy links.

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