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Friday, October 31, 2014

Pierce Co. GA Wills and Estates

Pierce County Wills and Estates



Pierce Countye Pierce County Court House Pierce County was created on December 18, 1857 from Appling and Ware Counties. Georgia's 120th county was named for President Franklin Pierce (1804-1869), whose term as fourteenth president had ended earlier that year. Portions of Pierce County were used to create Bacon County (1914) and Brantley County (1920).

Pierce County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers
  • Pierce County Index to Wills 1872-1941.
  • Pierce County Index of Inventories and Appraisements, Book A, 1875-1911.
  • Pierce County Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886.
Digital Images of Pierce County Wills. Testators: Georgia Day, Luther Greenleaf, A. C. White, Cader Powell, George Robertson, James Thomas, Josiah Peeples, Lymus Murdock, Marlin Sweat.

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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Pickens Co. GA Wills


Pickens County Wills and Estates



Pickens County Court House Talking Rock Pickens County Pictured is the Pickens County Court House, Talking Rock and the countryside. Pickens County was created in 1853 and named for South Carolina military leader and politician Andrew Pickens, who fought the Cherokees in 1760 and 1782. During the Revolution he was awarded a sword for the victory at Cowpens. He also served in the state house. The Cherokees had a large village on Long Swamp Branch at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains These American Indians were forced to cede land further east as punishment for siding with the British during the Revolutionary War for which Colonel Pickens hung six loyalists in 1782 near present-day Nelson.

Pickens County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Marriages
  • Index to Pickens County Marriages 1854-1878.
  • Pickens County Divorces from newspapers 1885-1886.
Indexes to Probate Records
  • Pickens County Legal Adv 1868-1873.
  • Index to Pickens County Will Bk A 1854-1887. Includes Wills, Administrators and Guardians Bonds.
  • Index to Pickens County Will Bk B 1887-1935
  • Index to Pickens County Inventories and Appraisements of Estates, Book A, 1854-1880
Digital Images of Pickens County Wills 1854-1887
Testators: Allen, Robert; Anderson, Solomon; Barrett, C. A.; Biddy, Elias; Bozeman, Henry; Bradley, Bethel; Bryant, Hugh; Bryant, Martin; Burbison, Isaac; Chastain, William; Craig, William; Crow, Abraham; Cunningham, L. S.; Davis, Ephraim; Disheroon, Bethel; Griffith, Mary; Griffith, Stephen; Guyton, John; Haley, Thomas; Hopper, Samuel; Johnson, Edward; Keeler, Joel; King, Cummins; Larman, Lewis; McCutchen, Samuel; McMillan, John; Morrison, Andrew; Mullinax, Isaac Mullins, John; Norton, Thomas; Potts, Young; Rast, J. L.; Smith, Alfred; Smith, B. J.; Stegall, John; Taburiaux, Sylvester; Tate, Mary; Tate, Samuel; Taylor, Solomon; Taylor, Thomas; Thomas, Elijah; West, Merrick

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Peach Co. GA Genealogy: Images of Wills

Peach County Wills and Estates



Peach County Peach County Peach County Peach County was formed in 1924 from Houston and Macon Counties. Some early settlers were: Dominick Burns, Green Avera, J. A. Bassett, and Henry Copeland. The Archives has not filmed any records from Peach County.

Peach County Genealogy Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Peach County Will Book A (Digital Images) (1924-1934)
Testators: Peach County Will Book A (1924-1934) Aultman, W. L. | Avera, J. S. Green | Barnes, Sarah Hardison | Bassett, J. H. | Bassett, Maggie S., Mrs. | Bassett, S. G. | Beasley, Isabelle | Bostwick, James G. | Brown, Martha A. | Brown, T. H. | Brown, W. R. | Brown, W. R. | Burns, Dominick | Burns, Dominick | Byrd, W. T., Mrs. | Cline, C. O. | Copeland, Henry Moss | Croom, T. J., Mrs. | Dinking, Julia | Dosher, Sarah Elizabeth | Eberhard, Charles T. | Eberhardt, Charles T. | Economou?, John | Edwards, W. A. | Fagan, Wise Clade | Fowler, Mary E. V. | Gray, Annie Lee | Gray, Lawrence P. | Green, George P. | Green, Mattie S. | Hartley, Bennett A. | Hartley, Bennett | Hayes, Zachariah | Holly, N.M. | Holmes, William Andrew | Houmer, A. J. | Houser, Emmett | Hunter, Elizabeth Kilpatrick | Jackson, Charlie Hill | Jackson, Sallie | Jacobs, Andrew | Jones, J. M. | Jones, Jack | Jones, Laura I. | Jones, Mollie C. | Jordan, Henry James | Loman, Lizzie | Mathews, H. A. | Melvin, W. A. | Morehead, Lucy Lathro | Peavy, Charles D. | Peavy, C. D. | Ragan, E. | Riley, A. C. | Royal, Ophelia G. | Sheats, Holand Lee | Skellie, Mattie L. | Slappey, Stella N. | Smith, Ellen | Stewart, Edna | Thomas, Lula T., Mrs. | Thomas, Julia | Todd, Allen J. Sr. | Turner, John | Walton, Sarah Jane | Warren, Fannie M., Mrs. | Warren, Fannie E. | Wilson, Martha Davis | Wommack, Kate T. | Wooddall, William Allison | Wright, Helen Mathews

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Paulding Co. GA Wills and Estates

Paulding County Records



Dallas Depot Paulding County Court House Paulding County The old Dallas, Georgia Depot. Paulding County was created from Cherokee County. The Creeks, but mostly Cherokees resided in this territory, Raccoon Creek and other waters finding many arrows and flints. In 1833 when Archibald Holland removed to Paulding County a family of Cherokees having six children resided along the 10-Mile Run near Raccoon Creek. Nearby huge mounds. The story goes that when they left to go to Oklahoma, they buried a black iron pot of gold or silver in this creek. The county was named after John Paulding, one of the men who captured the British spy Major Andre during the American Revolution. The county was named in his honor in 1832. Major Andre was the accomplice to Benedict Arnold. With the removal of the Creek in 1825 after Chief William McIntosh signed the Treaty of Indian Springs only Cherokee remained and it was distributed in 160 acre lots in the Lottery of 1832, although a portion in the northeast corner was distributed as the smaller 40 acre gold lots. On December 3, 1832, the county was recognized by the Georgia Legislature. Paulding was formed from Cherokee County in 1832.

Maps were scanned in such a manner as to provide details for locating creeks, branches, rivers, lakes, churches, schools and cemeteries. This will enable you to better locate the old homeplace using the description from old non-specific deeds. Also, a convenience in locating both private and public cemeteries in the area.

Paulding County Records available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Digital Images of Paulding Wills, 1853-1877
Testators: Abels, Ethelbert, deceased; Adair, Bozeman, deceased;Adams, James, deceased;Anderson, Edwin. 1851 nuncupative Last Will and Testament; Brintle, Oliver, deceased;Caldwell, Curtis, deceased;Crumpton, Thomas, deceased; Dodd, Martin, deceased;Dupree, Elijah J.;Easterling, Trustin, deceased; Fincher Guardianship;Forsyth Guardian;Frazier Guardian; Gann, Nathaniel, deceased;Garman Guardians;Gibson, Henry A., deceased; Goggans (or Goggins), Henry, deceased; Gelley Guardianship;Hale, Andrew, deceased;Johnson, John, deceased;Jones, Thomas G., deceased; Kilby, Josephy and Elijah J., deceased;King, L. D., deceased;Lackey, William, deceased;Lester Orphans;Lyle, John, deceased;McLarty, John, deceased;Pollard, Joseph, deceased;Reynolds, Thomas, deceased;Rhodes, John, deceased;Rochester, Asbury, deceased;Roberts, James;Rollins, William, deceased;Sansing, Benjamin, deceased;Simms, Richard, deceased; Smith, David, deceased; Wright, George W., deceased.
Digital Images of Paulding Wills, 1861-1867
Testators:Adair, Bozeman; Adair, James L. ;Bone, Bailey estate ;Caldwell, C. C. ;Greer, William ;Middlebrooks, John ;Pool, John ;Rentz, George ;Smith, John F. ;Thompson, Thomas ;Trammell, Elizabeth
Digital Images of Paulding Estates, 1855-1877
Ables, Absalom ;Ables, Ethelbert ;Adair, Bozeman ;Adams, James;Anderson, Edwin ;Brintle, Oliver ;Caldwell, C. C. ;Carrell, Benjamin ;Cooper, Stacy ;Crumpton, Thomas ;Dodd, Martin ;Dupree, Elijah J. ;Easterling, Trustin ;Fincher, guardianship of orphans ;Forsyth, guardian of orphans ;Frazier, guardian of orphans ;Fuller, James ;Gann, Nathaniel ;Garman, guardians of Persons of Free Color; Garrison, Caleb ;Gelley, guardianship ;Gibson, H. ;Goggins, Henry ;Hale, Andrew ;Hales, Permelia and Martha; Hale, Mary ;Irby, A. ;Johnson, John ;Jones, Thomas G.; Kilby, Joseph and Elijah J. ;King, K. L. ;Lackey, William ;Lester, orphans ;Little, Francis ;Lyle, John ;Mahaffey, Joseph ;McLarty, John ;Mullins, Bird ;Neal, William ;Paris, Elias ;Pollard, Joseph ;Ragsdale, Elijah ;Reynolds, Thomas ;Rhodes, John ;Roberts, James ;Rochester, Asbury ;Rollins, William ;Sansing, Benjamin ;Simms, Richard ;Smith, David ;Wright, George W.
Digital Images of Paulding Wills, 1867-1878
Testators: Adair, Bozeman; Adair, James L. estate ;Adair, James ;Adair, John B. ;Bone, Bailey ;Cochran, Alexander; Cochran, Ellis ;Cole, William ;Elsberry, Lindsey ;Fuller, Isam ;Green, James ;Hendrick, Asa ;McEver, William ;Shell, James ;Veal, William
Probate Records
  • Index to Wills and Estates 1861-1867
  • Index to Wills and Estates 1867-1878
  • Index to Annual Returns, Inventories, Vouchers, 1885-1890
  • Index to Inventories and Appraisements, 1896-1946
  • Paulding Legal Advertising 1868-1873
Miscellaneous Paulding County Wills, Estates, Deeds
  • Adair, Bozeman Estate
  • Adair, James Estate
  • Adair, William
  • Bone, Bailey Estate
  • Bone, Henry
  • Caldwell, C. C. Estate
  • Holland, W. E.
  • Mullins, Thomas Estate
  • Deed of G. P. Matthews to S. D. Holland
  • Watson, J. M. to McLarty deed
  • Watson, J. P. to James Watson deed
  • Watson, William to James C. Lane deed
Marriages
  • Paulding County Marriages 1832-1906
  • Paulding County Divorces 1885-1886
Maps
  • Map of Paulding County, District 3
  • Map of Paulding County, District 18
  • Map of Paulding County, District 19
  • Map of Paulding County
  • Map of Pumpkinvine Creek area showing locations of family homes
Churches
  • Narroway Church Book
Cemeteries
  • Narroway Church Cemetery
Military
  • Spanish American War
  • World War I
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Monday, October 27, 2014

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