Saturday, July 23, 2016

Images of Monroe Co. GA Wills, Estates, Marriages #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Monroe County Wills, Estates, Maps, Marriages

Monroe County Court House

The first court house was built 1825 in Forsyth and served the community until 1895 or 1896 when a two-story brick edifice was erected. Monroe County was created on May 15, 1821 by an Act of the General Assembly after Creek Indians ceded lands between the Ocmulgee and Flint rivers on Jan. 8, 1821 in the first Treaty of Indian Springs. The land was istributed by the 1821 land lottery and named for James Monroe, President of the US. Later, portions of Monroe County were used to create the following counties: Bibb and Pike in 1822; Butts in 1825 and Lamar in 1920. Many families who lived in Bibb County also resided in Monroe.

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Digital Images of Monroe County Wills 1824-1847
Testators: Adams, Benjamin; Allison, David; Allright, David; Alston, Charity; Barron, Willis; Beall, James ;Beckham, Thomas; Bird, Clarissa ;Bird, James ;Bivins, Samuel ;Black, William ;Brantley, Benjamin; Brantley, Jeptha; Brantley, Nancy; Brewer, Henry; Cabaniss, Eldridge; Chancely, William; Chapman, Isaiah; Chappell, John ;Clower, Jesse; Clower, John ;Cochran, John ;Cohron, Elizabeth ;Colbert, James ;Colbert, John ;Colbert, William ;Coleman, David; Coleman, Robert ;Collier, Cuthbert ;Congleton, Allen; Cook, Nathaniel ;Cowles, Judith; Crowder, Frederick; Culloden, William ;Curry, Elijah ;Darden, Jethro; Darden, Stephen; Darden, William; Davis, Thomas ;Dillard, Arthur; Douglas, Miller; Dunn, Jone ;Dunn, Obedience; Durham, Matthew; Durham, Singleton; Durham, Thomas ;Durkee, Lewis; Dyess, Thomas; Edge, Obadiah; Edwards, John; Elder, Catharine ;Evans, John ;Fambrough, William ;Finch, Robert ;Fleming, James; Freeman, Edward; Freeman, Mathew; Freeman, Polly ;Gibson, Churchill; Gibson, John; Goggins, Abraham; Greer, John ;Hagood, Benjamin ;Hagood, Benjamin; Hamlin, Richard; Hamlin, Richard (2) ;Hanson, William; Harman, Zachariah; ;Harman, Zachariah (2)Harris, John ;Heath, Benjamin ;Hickman, John ;Hill, Henry ;Hogan, James; Hogan, William; Horn, John; Hudgens, Josiah ;Hunt, Turner Sr. ;Hunter, David; Jenkins, Francis; Johnson, Angus ;Johnson, Gideon ;Johnson, Larkin; Johnston, Archer ;Jones, Zedock; Jordan, Theophilus ;Keadle, Jeremiah ;Kelsey, Noah ;Lockett, Anna; Lockett, Cullen; Low, James; Malone, William; Mann, John Sr. ;McCary, Elizabeth; McGinty, Robert; McMullen, Fielder; Middlebrooks, Robert ;Middleton, John ;Milner, Peter; Mitchell, Margaret; Monk, John ;Moore, Joseph ;Morgan, James B. ;Moody, Jabez; Nelson, William S.; Nun, William; Owen, John; Partridge, William; Penn, Edmund; Phillips, Obadiah; Phillips, William ;Pinckard, James ;Pittman, John ;Ponder, John; Ponder, Margaret ;Pool, William; Pope, Jesse ;Pope, Wiley; Pratt, John (deed) ;Pye, Ann; Roberson, Mary; Rogers, John; Rogers, John (2) ;Rogers, Wiley ;Rutland, Riddick; Slack, John ;Smith, Augustus G. ;Smith, John D.; Smith, Seaton ;Stallings, John; Stallings, Sarah; Standard, John ;Stubblefield, Catharine; Switzer, Bird ;Tatum, Milly ;Taylor, Eden; Turner, Abednego; Turner, Ezekiah; Vandiver, Marcus; Walker, Sylvanus; Wallace, Mary; Wallis, Richard ;Watson, Benjamin; Watson, John Sr. ;Wilder, William ;Williams, William; Wilson, John; Wilson, Larkin ;Womack, Abraham; Wood, Henry ;Woodard, Orren ;Woodward, Keziah
Monroe County Wills (abstracts)
  • Monroe County Wills 1824-1847 (abstracts).
  • Monroe County Wills 1848-1875 (abstracts).
  • Monroe County Wills 1868-1878 (abstracts).
  • Monroe County Wills 1876-1927 (abstracts).
Indexes to Monroe County Probate Records
  • Index to Monroe County Wills 1824-1847
  • Index to Monroe County Wills 1866-1876
  • Index to Monroe County Miscellaneous Estates 1861-1869.
  • Index to Monroe County Annual Returns, 1823-1858.
Miscellaneous Records
  • Bass, Joshua (estate)
  • Browning, Elizabeth deed to Marcus Culpepper (Digital Image).
  • Chambliss, John, LWT (1879) (Digital Image).
  • Chambless, Thomas, Guardian of Charles J. Chambless (Digital Image).
  • Chambliss, Zachariah, LWT (1874) (Digital Image).
  • Ethridge, E. N., Estate, Z. H. Chambless, executor (Digital Image).
  • Evans, Elizabeth, estate (Digital Image).
  • Evans, Thomas, estate (Digital Image).
  • Harman, Rebecha, LWT (1830), transcription.
  • Head, George W., LWT (1898) and (1956) (digitalImages0
  • Head, Peter estate)(digital image)
  • Head, W. H. (1887) digital images)
  • Joiner, Hiram P. Estate (Digital Image).
  • Job Taylor deed to Eli B. Browning (Digital Image).
Maps
  • 1821 Monroe County Boundary Map
  • 1822 Monroe County Map
  • 1865 Monroe County Map
  • 1915 Forsyth Map
Marriages
  • Monroe County Marriages 1824-1850 (transcription).
  • Monroe County Index to Marriages 1824-1845 (from county)
  • Monroe County Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886.

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Friday, July 22, 2016

How Railroads Affect the Search for Ancestors #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Jeannette Holland AustinHow Railroads Affect the Search for Ancestors
By Jeannette Holland Austin

The construction of the railroad throughout the State of Georgia was a historical event, especially as it tied the economy to remote areas and helped to develop new towns and communities. The Leesburg Depot is an old train depot in Leesburg, being part of the old Central of Georgia Railway which commenced operations during 1833. Afterwards, the railroad changed its name to the Central Rail Road and Banking Company of Georgia. It joined the Macon and Western Railroad (at Macon) to run to Savannah, thus establishing links from Chattanooga to seaports on the Atlantic Ocean. The route of the railroads gets interesting when it is learned that an ancestor worked for the railroad and stayed in shed houses along the tracks. Tracking this activity helps to explain family situations, such as marriages and absentees from home along the way.

Map of Central of Georgia Railroad Lines

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Images of Lee Co. GA Wills, Estates #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Lee County Wills and Estates


Lee County Lee County was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 11, 1826 and included the territory acquired from the Creek Indians lying between the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers, immediately above the old line of Early County and known as the first section, shall form one county to be called Lee. Originally, Lee County comprised the subsequently created counties of Quitman, Randolph, Stewart, Sumter, Terrell and Webster, parts of Schley, Chattahoochee, Macon, Clay, and Marion. The 1827 land lottery distributed lands in Lee County, but recipients are to be found in any of the above counties because Lee was so large a territory.

The first settlers to Lee County goes to the heart of lands offered in the land lotteries after the evacuation of the Lower Creek Indians. Although many families drew this land, not all of them chose to venture into South Georgia and build a homestead.

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Lee County Wills
  • Wills 1854-1858 (abstracts).
Images of Lee County Wills 1854 to 1891

Testators: Adams, William; Avera, Thomas; Anderson, Jane; Barnes, William Williamson; Batts, John; Batts, Julia; Bothwell, William; Butts or Batts, Ann ;Chapman, Fannie ;Cocke, J. P.; Duncan, A. B. ;Fletcher, Indiana, Mrs. ;Forrester, Elizabeth ; Gardner, Nancy; Gray, Sarah; Green, Ellen; Green, Mary ;Hayslip, Jonas; Heisler, Elbert ;Hondlett, Warren ;Hooks, Hardy ;Howard, Sarah; Johnson, Enoch ;Johnson, Thomas ;Jordan, Joseph; Ladd, Robert; Laramore, James ;Larimore, M. E., Mrs. ;Liggins, E. W. ;Lindsey, Fannie ;Lindsey, Vashti ;McAfee, William ;McKenzie, Henry ;McKenzie, Henry (2) ;Mercer, Joel ;Mercer, John ;Miller, Julia ;Norton, John Wesley; O'Driscol, Dennis ; Page, Solomon ;Ramsey, Benjamin ;Richardson, William ;Sadler, William; Sanders, M. D. ;Sikes, Darling ;Smith, John B. Smith, Mathew; Sneed, Dudley; Tison, Eason; Tison, Moses; Walters, Jack; Wells, William; Whitaker, Hudson ;Williams, Charles ;Woolbright, Ardilla, Mrs.; Woolbright, John ; Young, John

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills, Vol A, 1854-1955.
  • Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales 1852 to 1859.
  • Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales 1858 to 1863.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Johnson Co. GA Wills, Appraisements, Divisions, Church Records #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Johnson County Wills and Estates

Johnson County Court House Johnson County was created in 1853 from Emanuel, Laurens, and Washington counties. Therefore, genealogists should research all of these counties when searching for ancestors It was named after Herschel Johnson, the Governor of Georgia between 1853 and 1857. County seat is Wrightsville, Georgia. Early Settlers: J. N. Blount, J. W. Brinson Sr., A. M. Curry, Amos Douglas, Mary Ennis, F. W. Flanders, Benjamin Griner, William B. Hall, Henry Hicks, W. F. Johnson, B. S. Kittrell, David Lindsey, B. A. Mayo, Will Norris, John Outlaw, Nathan Rowland, Jordan R. Smith, W. T. Taylor, Richard Walker and Jethro Arline.

Johnson County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Images of Wills 1846 to 1864

Testators: Carr, William ; Conway, Charles ; Ennis, Mary ; Johnson, Willis ; Martin, Green ; Mixon, William ; Norris, Isaac ; Powell, Sylus ; Pullen, Henry ; Rawls, Arthur ; Roland, Nathan ; Ryner, Wilson ; Smith, William D.; Smith, William T.; Snell, Cenith ; Tapley, John ; Tison, Stephen ; Walters, Richard ; Wheeler, Edward ; Willson, James; Wilson, Archibald ; Wright, Holland

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills 1859-1923.
  • Warrants of Appraisement 1859-1888
  • Division of Estates 1860-1929
  • Annual Returns 1858-1879
  • Annual Returns 1897-1916

    Church Records
Members of Oakey Grove Church, 10 miles from Wrightsville (1818).
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Hall Co. GA Wills, Estates, Marriages, Military Records, Church #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Hall County Wills and Estates

Hall County Genealogists should research the Cobb, Cherokee, Floyd, Hall and Forsyth County records for ancestors in this section of Georgia, as many families travelled together, intermarried, etc. Hall County was created in 1818 from lands ceded by the Cherokee Indians on July 8, 1817 in the Treaty of the Cherokee Agency. Additional Cherokee lands were ceded to Georgia on Feb. 27, 1819 in the Treaty of Washington which included the western portions of Habersham and Hall counties. In 1820 a land lottery was held for lucky drawyers, which granted 250 acres of land. It was named for Lyman Hall (of Connecticut), one of Georgia's three signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Hall County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers
  • Hall County Wills 1837-1867 (abstracts).
  • Index to Hall County Miscellaneous Estates, Wills, AInventories, Appraisements, Annual Returns, Vouchers, Book A, 1819-1838.
  • Index to Hall County Wills, Book A, 1837-1867.
  • Index to Hall County Wills, Book R, 1868-1890.
  • Hall County Marriages 1819-1850.
Miscellaneous Wills and Estates
  • Chastain, William (estate image).
  • Chastain, William (inventory image).
  • Chastain, William (administration image).
  • Lockhart, Vincent, Agreement Between Heirs (1893)(image).
  • McConnell, John Sr., LWT, transcription (1821).
  • Thacker, William (estate image).
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Military Records
  • Revolutionary War Soldiers from Hall County
  • Revolutionary War Soldiers Eligible to Draw in Land Lottery
  • 1836 Muster of Gainesville Dragoons
  • 27th Regiment, C. S. A. Muster Roll
  • Hall County Muster Roll, C. S. A.
  • 1897 Civil War Reunion
  • Hall County Pensions 1918-1921
  • Hall County Roll of Invalid Soldiers Pensions 1914-1920
Church Records
  • Minutes of the Hopewell Church, Gainesville
Early Settlers
  • Sketches published in The Daily Times, Gainesville
  • Residents of Cave Springs
  • Settlers of the Nacoochee Valley
  • Physicians in Hall County
Images of Newspapers (select issues)
  • The Baptist Sun
  • The Flowery Branch

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Images of Worth Co. GA Wills, Estates #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Worth County Wills and Estates

Worth CountyWorth County was created from in 1853 from Dooly and Irwin counties and was named for Major General William J. Worth of New York. In 1905, portions of Worth County were used to create Tift and Turner Counties.

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Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills, Volume A (1865-1905).
  • Annual Returns and Vouchers (1879-1888).
Images of Wills (1863-1885)
Testators: Martha Cox, Mary Ann Cox, Joseph Gleaton, Frances Magee, Daniel Reynolds, George Sumner, William Sumner, Seaborn Hunt, Nancy O'Neal, Julia Lee.


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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Genealogy Tips - #genealogy - #georgiapioneers


Jeannette Holland AustinThe Errors in Genealogical Research
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Although researchers strive to discover actual facts concerning times, places and dates of their ancestors, it seems as though there is always a flaw somewhere. The further that we go into the past, there are inconsistencies. This is when the genealogist transforms into a "detective" who searches for the smallest of nuances which fit into historical facts. The whole thing is to understanding why people moved about so frequently, where they were when they married, and what happened to all of the children. A family seat in America does not compare to one in Great Britain, for example, where families resided on the same lands for generations. The nobility kept their estates in tact for hundreds of years. Judging by the large parcels of land which comprised Virginia plantations, tHere appears to have been somewhat of an attempt to do this, however, tobacco stripped the land of its nutrients, and fields had to go unseeded for years. As more and more land was required, only the eldest son remained on the estate while his siblings moved on. But we not only have our own mistakes, but the mistakes of others. Thus, when receiving the research of others, it becomes necessary to carefully examine all of the resources provided.
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Saturday, July 16, 2016

Towns Co. GA Genealogy, Military Records #genealogy #georgiapioneers

Towns County Probate Records

Towns County Court HouseTowns County was created in 1856 from portions of Union and Rabun Counties. It was named after Governor George Washington Bonaparte Towns. County seat: Hiawassee, Georgia.

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Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to Towns County Wills and Estates, Vol. F, 1856-1871
  • Index to Towns County Estates, Vol. F, 1856-1871
  • Index to Towns County Estates, Vol. D, 1869-1894
Miscellaneous Wills
  • Burch, Jarrett LWT (1856)
Military Records
  • Towns County List of Militia

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