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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Milton Co. GA Genealogy Records

Old Milton County Records (now Fulton County)



Alpharetta, GeorgiaOld Milton County no longer exists. It is located in North Fulton County which was created in 1853. In 1857 Milton County (now now Fulton County) included parts of Cherokee, Forsyth and Cobb Counties. Milton was named for John Milton, Georgia's first Secretary of State and ws located North of the Chattahochee River (now Fulton County). Fulton was named for Robert Fulton, the famous inventor who experimented with a submarine boat in 1801 in France and built the Clermont, a steamboat which sailed up the Hudson River in 1807. During the Revolutionary War, Milton traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, and New Bern, North Carolina before moving to Maryland with the official records of the state while Georgia was occupied by the English. Campbell and Milton County merged with Fulton on January 1, 1932. At this time Roswell was ceded from Cobb County. Research in Fulton and Campbell Counties should be done with Milton, as they were once altogether. Early Settlers: Morgan Fields, Robert Martin, John Nix, Hiram Taylor and Dabner Yancey.

Milton County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Wills
  • Wills 1865-1882 (abstracts).
  • Digital Images 1865 to 1882
    Testators: Bennett, D. W.;Binion, Job;Brown, Francis;Chamblee, Elisha;Crosby, Gardner;Dildy, Levi;Fields, Morgan;Hook, Jacob; Johnston, John G.;Land, Nancy;Lee, James;Martin, Robert;Maxwell, Jeremiah;Nesbit, W. H.;Newton, N. G.;Nix, John;Reavis, John; Rogers, William;Scales, Jesse;Taylor, Hiram;Yancy, Dabney
    Indexes to Probate Records
    • Will Book A 1865-1882.
    • Will Book B 1879-1928.
    • Legal Advertising 1868-1873.


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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Miller Co. GA Wills and Estates

Miller County, Georgia Probate Records



Andersonville Mill Miller County Court House Miller County was created in 1858 with lands from Early and Baker Counties and was named for Andrew Miller (1806-1856), state senator of Georgia and president of the Medical College of Georgia. The courthouse was destroyed by fire in 1873. The county seat is Colquitt, Georgia.

Miller County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Marriages
  • Index to Miller County Marriages 1892 to 1906
Digital Images of Miller County Wills 1871 to 1925
Names of Testators: Adams, Susan; Bush, Elijah Sr.; Bush, William J.; Butts, Henry; Gregory, J. J.; Hand, Henry; Harrell, Martha; Lane, James Madison; Miller, James; Morton, Matha; Pools, William R.; Rathel, Alice; Sheffield; Arthur; Sheffield, West; Spooner, Stephen; Stegall, Elizabeth; Williams, J. W.; Williams, Zachariah Taylor; Womble, W. B.

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Monday, January 26, 2015

Meriwether Co. GA Wills and Estates


Meriwether County Wills and Estates



Meriwether County Meriwether County Meriwether County Meriwether County Court HouseGenealogists should always research Troup, Haralson and Marion Counties to find ancestors. The first court house was a two-story brick building constructed in 1832; damaged by tornado in 1893; rebuilt and served until a new court house was built in 1904. However in 1976 a fire destroyed much of the building except for the brick exterior walls. In a restoration begun in 1977 and completed in 1980, the courthouse was rebuilt within the original walls. The interior was enlarged to provide more office space. The courthouse rotunda was eliminated, a basement dug, and the ceiling space reduced to allow three floors instead of two. A French bell weighing one-half ton was installed in the clock tower, and a statue of the female muse Justice placed on top of the tower. Meriwether County was created from Troup County in 1827 by an Act of the General Assembly.24, 1827 and was named after the former Georgia congressman David Meriwether (1755-1822). The first election of county officials take place on the first Monday in Feb. 1828 at the house of Hugh W. Ector. The inferior court selected a site on land owned by Ector and named the new town Greenville after Revolutionary War hero Nathanael Greene. Muscogee and Troup County records, along with the adjoining Alabama counties should be researched as this county was one of the favorite migratory paths into Alabama.

Meriwether County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Images of Wills
  • Meriwether County Wills, Book A, 1831-1859 (digital images)
    Testators: Allen, Nancy; Ammons, Starling; Bennett, William; Bethune, William; Beauchamp, William; Blackburn, John; Blalock, John; Boyd, Robert; Brantly, Jesse; Brown, Robert; Butts, Zachariah; Caldwell, Hiram; Caldwell, Robert; Capel, Watson; Chappell, William; Clower, Morgan; Coleman, Samuel; Coleman, Sarah; Copelen, Anna; Courtney, Emanuel; Cross, Ezekiel; Crowder, James; Dark, Faithy, widow of John Watts; Day, Jonathan; Dismuke, Elizabeth; Douglas, Joseph; Dunlop, Joseph; Dupree, Mary; Durham, Abner Sr.; Edwards, Sterling; Enloe, Deason; Esham, William; Faver, Reuben; Fletcher, Zela; Freeman, Jeremiah; Freeman, John; Fuller, James Anderson; Garrett, Charles; Gaston, Alexander; Gates, Benjamin; Gates, Bennett H. H.; Gates, Samuel; Gill, William; Godfrey, George; Goss, John C.; Gresham, Eliza L.; Griffin, Elijah B.; Griffin, George W.; Groce, Hannah; Guice, John; Guice, Samuel; Hall, Alexander; Hamilton, Moses; Hardaway, Francis; Harris, Henry; Hatton, Robert; Heath, Elizabeth; Herndon, Edward; Hodges, John; Holtzclaw, Henry; Horne, John; Huddleston, Selina; Hudson, Ward; Hussey, Hiram H.; Johnson, Randy; Jones, Anne E.; Jones, Robert; Jones, Willis; Jossey, Henry; Keith, David; Kelly, Marvel; Kendall, Elisha; Keith, David; Kilpatrick, Richard; Lewis, Samuel; Martin, Marshall; Matthews, Abraham M.; Matthews, Milo; Matthews, Thomas; McDaniel, Christian; McMath, John H.; Meacham, James; Meggs, William; Milam, John; Moffat, Jane; Moreman, John; Morgan, Hobson; Morgan, William; Nilet, Susannah; Owens, George; Park, John; Pennington, Thomas; Perry, William; Phillips, Elijah; Phillips, Solomon; Plant, William; Pullen, Mildred R.; Pyron, Lewis; Ragland, Robert; Ragland, Robert (2); Ray, George Austin; Reeves, Asa; Reeves, Jonathan; Render, James; Render, Robert; Rhymes, Elizabeth; Robertson, Henry; Robertson, Lemuel; Robertson, Martha; Roper, William; Saunders, Mary; Sewell, James L.; Sewell, James; Sewell, William; Sharp, William; Simmons, Jesse; Strozier, Reuben; Swint, James; Tarver, Lawrence H.; Thompson, Seth; Thornton, Martha; Thrash, Christopher; Tigner, H. H.; Tillman, John; Townsend, Nathaniel; Tuggle, Lee; Vaughan, Edmond; Waddle, William; Walton, Thomas; Watts, Elizabeth; Watts, Sarah; Weldon, Isaac; Wellborn, Alfred; Wells, Eleanor A.; Wells, John; Whitton, George; Wilhight, Penelope; Wilhight, Richard; Wilkinson, Alexander; Williams, David; Wilson, Isaac; Wilson, Isaac; Wilson, John Jr.
  • Index to Meriwether County Wills, Book B, 1859-1903
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book A, 1828-1841
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book B, 1841-1846
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book C, 1846-1852
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book D, 1852-1855
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book E, 1858-1863
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book F, 1856-1859
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book G, 1862-1873
  • Index to Meriwether County Annual Returns, Appraisements, Inventories, Sales, Book H, 1865-1888
Marriage Records
  • Index to Meriwether County Marriages 1828-1843
  • Index to Meriwether County Marriages 1843-1866
  • Index to Meriwether County Marriage Licenses 1843-1866
  • Index to Meriwether County Marriages 1866-1877
  • Index to Meriwether County Marriages 1877-1880
  • Index to Meriwether County Marriages 1889-1886
  • Meriwether County Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886.
Miscellaneous Wills and Estates
  • Favor, Reuben, Estate (1849) Transcription of LWT (Digital Image).
  • Favor, Reubin, Estate (1850) (Digital Image).
  • Favor, Reubin, Annual Return, Inventory and Sale (1851) (Digital Image).
  • Favor, William, Transcription of 1892 LWT (Digital Image).
  • Hall, Alexander, LWT 1858 (Digital Image).
  • Hall, Hugh (estate)
Miscellaneous Digital Images of Deeds
  • Benjamin Drew to William Drew
  • George W. Head to J. C. Delaperriere
  • George W. Head to Jessie Brown
  • James McDaniel to H. Gray
  • James Reese to George W. Smith
  • Jane McDaniel and her children
  • Joseph McDonald to John Thomas
  • Nancy Bass to E. P. Dodd
  • Robert A. Heard to John Douglas
  • S. P. Head to W. T. Lawson
  • Thomas J. Head to Martha Sutton
  • Thornton Holmon to Malcom McDonald
  • Vincent Corley to Mary Fogerty
  • W. M. Evans, the right of homestead
Church Records
  • Providence Church, Luthersville, 1818 members.
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Sunday, January 25, 2015

McIntosh Co. GA Genealogies, Wills, Estates

McIntosh County Records



McIntosh County Darien, Georgia Darien, Georgia McIntosh County Court House In January of 1736, the first group of immigrants arrived in the British Colony of Georgia to settle along the Altamaha River in a town christened New Inverness after their home in the Isle of Skye later called Darien. On 19 December 1793, the county of McIntosh was formally created from parts of Liberty, and was named in honor of one of the early immigrant families, the John Mohr MacIntosh, Chieftan. The early records were burned by General Sherman, and do not begin until ca 1848.

McIntosh County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

strong>Digital Images of McIntosh County McIntosh Wills 1848-1915 This is the oldest Will Book for McIntosh County. General Sherman destroyed all of the earlier records. Most of these wills were submitted for probate during the early 1870s.
Testators: Atkinson, George; Atkinson, Phebe; Clark, James M.; Clark, Julia H.;Coglan, Mollie; Cooke, William; Cordone, Frank; Daily, Georgia; Dunham, John; Faries, Ann Francis; Gignilliat, Robert; Handy, Jacob;Hawes, Dysander; Hilton, Thomas; Holmes, Lee; Hopkins, H.;Jackson, Hamilton;Johnson, William; Konetyko, William;Lassence, M.;McDonald, William; McIntosh, Lachlan; Miller, Rosanna; Morison, George S.;Morris, Richard L.; Patterson, Jane; Pease, T. P.; Pullen, Charlotte; Riley, William; Rostic, David;Ryals, Jabez D.;Ryals, Ruth; Sams, Lewis;Schenk, William; Sims, Lewis E. P.;Spalding, Queer; Spaulding, Thomas;Stewart, Andrew; Strain, Adam; Thomas, William Madison;Todd, Henry; Todd, Mary Ann; Tyson, Anna R.; Wallace, Martha D.;Wallace, William J.; Wilson, Samuel W.; Wilson, W. A.;Young, James M.
Digital images of McIntosh County Estates 1887-1914
This are the oldest Estate Records available for McIntosh County. General Sherman destroyed all of the earlier records. Testators: Bromley, Theodore C.;Brown, John;Burrel, John H.;Christopher, Johann; Clark, Julia;Clark, Mary;Davis, Irvin;Dean, James;Delegal, Hamilton; Dunham, John;Faries, Ann Francis;Fennell, C. E.;Gronovald, R. T.; Hawes, Lysander; Holmes, James;Holmes, Lee;Holmes, Susan; Hunter, James;Hopkins, H.;Jackson, Janne;Jossley, John D.; Long, George W.; Malcolm, John;McDonald, Elisha;Moye, C. B.; Muller, John;O'Brien, James; Parnell, Frank;Payne, W. H.; Pinkney, Emma;Poppell, E. R.; Ryals, Jabez D.;Reid, Cato; Sinclair, E. C., Mrs.; Singleton, Richmond;Thompson, M. B.; Thorpe, Josiah;Todd, Mary Ann;Townsend, Joseph E.;Walker, Joseph A.; Wilcox, John D.;Wing, D. B.; Wooten, F. M.;Wylly, Sarah
Miscellaneous
  • Darien. Earliest Settlers.
Land Records
  • Darien Land Grants.
  • Darien 1871 Coast Survey Chart.
Tax Digests
  • McIntosh County 1862 Tax Digest.
Maps
  • Map of Sapelo Island.
City Directories
  • 1892 Darien City Directory.
Cemeteries
  • McIntosh County Cemeteries.
  • McIntosh County Cemetery Locator.
McIntosh County Colonial Records
  • 1738 Petition of Darien.
  • Darien Town Plot.
  • 1776 Map of McIntosh County .
  • Fort King George near Darien.
  • Saw Mills in Darien.
  • 1735-1743 Residents of Darien.
  • Bailiff Officers of Darien.
  • Darien Town Constables.
  • Darien Town Merchants.
  • Overseers of Servants, Darien.

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Saturday, January 24, 2015

McDuffie Co. GA Wills and Estates


McDuffie County, Georgia Probate Records: Wills and Estates



Marker of Wrightsboro, Georgia Map of McDuffie County Thomson, Georgia Thomson, Georgia downtown Thomson, Georgia McDuffie County Court House title= McDuffie County is the home of the first Quaker settlement in Georgia, called Wrightsboro. However, this region originally fell into Richmond and Columbia Counties and those records should also be researched for quaker ancestors. McDuffie County was created from Columbia and Warren counties on Oct. 18, 1870 and was named for George McDuffie (1790-1851), the former South Carolina Governor, Congressman, and U.S. Senator. Thomson is the county seat and the location of the old Quaker Village known as Wrightsboro (formerly Columbia County, now McDuffie). The "Friends" came from North Carolina in 1770 and settled along Germany Creek. Early Settlers: Judge E. S. Harrison, Dr. William Andrew Martin, Charles Washington Matthews, Dr. William Marion Pitts and Colonel John Allen Wilkerson.

McDuffie County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to McDuffie County Will Book A
  • Index to McDuffie County Inventories, Sales, Appraisements, Years' Support (1871-1927)<
Miscellaneous
  • McDuffie County 1870 Residents
Maps
  • Map of McDuffie County
    Map of old Wrightsboro Township
Church Records
  • Quaker Church Records, Baptisms, Births, Marriages, Deaths from Wrightsboro Meeting House
Digital Images of McDuffie County Wills (1872-1885)
Testators: Ansley, Elam; Bacon, Nicholas C.; Barton, Willoughby; Bolton, Benjamin F.; Cason, John F.;Collins, Louisa;Davis, Elisha;Dozier, James F.;Faucett, Anderson;Gerald, Mary;Goins, Nancy;Hamilton, Thomas;Hampton, Henry;Hampton, Preston;Holzendorf, George H.;Ivie, James A.;Johnson, Amos;Lazenby, John M.;May, John;McGehee, Samuel; McKinney, Henry;McLean, William;Neal, James;Odum, Margaret;Paschall, Short;Printup, Jacob;Watson, Thomas;West. Eliza.
McDuffie County Wills (abstracts) 1886 to 1930

Databases of Georgia's Largest Genealogy Website

Wrightsboro Church
Wrightsboro Meeting House, Thomson, Georgia ca 1810
Hickory Hill Plantation
Hickory Hill Plantation (on the National Register)
Alexandria Home
Alexandria, built ca 1805.


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