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Friday, February 27, 2015

Walton Co. GA Genealogy, Wills, Estates


Walton County Records



Walton County Court HouseWalton County was formed in 1818 from some of the first Creek lands distributed. The county seat is Monroe. The early will books did not survive. However, some wills were included in the estate records as follows.

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Images of Walton County Wills and Estates 1819-1839
Testators: Acock, Jonathan;Baget, Allen;Blair, Andrew;Browning, William; Burgess, Elijah;Cobb, John;Flynt, William; Cobb, Jones, Thomas;Martin, George;Matthews, Robert Moore, Richard;Parson, John;Scales, Thomas;Shepherd, Orlando; Spears, Joseph G.;Thornton, Dred;Turman, George;Thurman, Martin; Twitty, Peter;Wayne, Thomas;Williams, Nathaniel
Marriages
  • Walton County Marriages from Newspapers 1885-1886.
Miscellaneous Will & Estates
  • Camp, Abner, LWT, transcript.
  • Malcom, David, division of estate, transcript (1835).
  • Malcom, George W., LWT, transcript (1855).
  • Malcom, John Sr., LWT, transcript (1862).
  • Malcom, Margaret R., LWT, transcript (1859).
  • Millsaps, Livinia, LWT, image (1851).
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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Jackson Co. GA Genealogy, Wills, Estates

Jackson County Wills and Estates



Jackson CountyJackson CountyJackson CountyThe earliest settlement in this area commenced ca 1784 with a small group of Revolutionary War veterans who settled on Franklin County's ceded lands. Jackson County was created in 1801 from portions of Franklin County. It was named after James Jackson, Revolutionary War hero, US Senator and the Governor who had to deal with the fraud involved in the Yazoo Land Act. The county originally covered 1800 square miles however from 1801 until 1914 portions were taken from Jackson to form parts of the present counties of Clarke, Oconee, Madison, Gwinnett, Hall, Walton, Banks, and Barrow. Many Revolutionary War Soldiers from South Carolina settled in Franklin County, and Franklin and Jackson should be searched together. 

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  • Jackson County Deed Book A (abstracted).
  • Jackson County Wills 1802-1860 (abstracts).
  • Jackson County Wills 1802-1860 (Digital Images).
    Testator's Names: Adair, William M.; Adams, John; Adams, Thomas R. G.; Allen, William; Allison, James; Angel, Ann; Anthony, Mary; Bagby, George; Bailey, William; Barker, Lewis; Barnet, Samuel; Barr, James;Barron, Thomas; Baugh, Josiah; Beard, Janet; Beavers, James;Beavers, William;Bennet, Micajah;Bennett, William;Blalock, Josiah L.; Booth, James;Borders, Isaac; Borders, Michael;Borders, Stephen; Boring, Isaac; Bostain, Matthew; Bowen, Owen J.;Boyle, Peter; Bradford, George; Braselton, Jacob, Sr.; Brazeal, Elizabeth;Brazeal, Frederick; Brooks, Middleton; Burson, Isaac; Carmichael, John; Brown, Lemuel;Carrel, James; Cash, John; Cash, Patrick;c Castleberry, William; Carter, John Martin; Chandler, Sterling; Chandler, Tabitha; Clark, Johnston; Cochran, James; Cochran, Mary; Coleman, John; Collins, Zachariah; Cowen, Elijah; Craft, Hannah; Craft, Polly; Crawford, John M.; Crisler, Absalom; Culpepper, Joseph; Cunningham, Ansel; Cunningham, Andrew; Cunningham, Elizabeth; Cunningham, Joseph T.; Cunningham, Mary; Cureton, Martha; Cureton, William; Dalton, John D.; Damron, Charles; David, Pittman; Davis, Joseph; Day, William; Deal, William; Dean, Shadrack; Dickson, David; Dixon, Solomon; Dougherty, Charles; Elmore, James; Embry, Boley; Few, Leonidas; Finley, Mary; Flagg, Chandler; Fowler, Nathan; Furman, Jonathan; Gathright, William; Gideon, James Jr.; Gilbert, John; Goodman, John T.; Green, James; Haggard, Samuel; Hancock, John; Hanson, Thomas; Hargroves, James; Harper, Alexander; Harris, Jesse; Harris, Joseph; Harrison, Coleman; Harrison, Joseph; Hays, Benjamin; Hays, George; Headen, George; Headen, William Sr.; Heard, Elizabeth; Heard, Richard; Heard, William; Henderson, David; Henderson, James; Henderson, John; Henderson, Josiah; Henderson, Samuel; Henderson, Samuel; Hendrix, Fennel; Hickman, William; Hines, Lewis; Hobson, Nicholas; Hodge, James; Holliday, Robert; Holmes, David; Horton, Prosser; Howard, Hardy; Howard, Sarah; Hughey, Joseph; Humphries, Joseph; Jarrett, Martha; Johnson, Thomas; Johnson, Thomas; Jones, Jane; Jones, Russel; Justus, John; Kerbow, Solomon; Key, Tandy; King, John; King, John; Knox, Samuel; Landrum, Joseph; Langford, William; Langston, Samuel; Lay, Elijah; Legg, Nathaniel; Lowry, Levi; Lowry, Martha; Martin, John; Martin, William D.; Matthews, William; McCarty, John; McCleskey, James; McDowell, Margaret; McDowell, Michael; McElhannon, John; McGehee, Nathan; McKinney, Charles; McKinney, Charles; McLester, Joseph; Miller, John; Minish, Elizabeth; Minish, Isaac; Minish, John; Moon, Robert; Moore, William Sr.; Morgan, Alexander; Morgan, William; Morris, Henry C.; Morris, John; Nash, James; Nash, Margaret; Neil, Thomas; Nicholson, Ann; Nixon, Travis; Olliver, Elijah Orr, James; Park, Hannah; Patton, Samuel G.; Pendergross, Edwin; Pettyjohn, Jacob; Petty, Adah; Pharr, Frances; Philips, Thomas; Pickins, John; Pool, Samuel; Potts, Henry; Potts, William; Randolph, Wood; Ratchford, Joseph; Reynolds, William; Redmon, Benjamin; Roberson, Aley; Robinson, John; Rogers, James; Rogers, John; Rogers, John; Ryan, Obedience; Scisson, John; Scott, Joseph; Scott, William; Shankle, James; Sharp, Nathan; Sharp, Noah; Shaw, William; Shields, Joseph; Shotwell, Nathaniel; Slaton, Uriah; Smith, James; Smith, James; Smith, Mary; Snow, Henry; Stapler, Ruth; Stapler, Thomas; Stewart, Mary; Stockton, Benjamin; Stoneham, Henry;Story, Thomas;Stovall, John;Street, Samuel;Strickland, Elizabeth;Tait, James; Thornton, Dozier;Thornton, Mark; Thurmond, Harrison;Thurmond, James;Thurmond, William;Titsworth, Isaac;Trent, Nathaniel;Trout, Sarah;Walker, Elizabeth;Walker, Henry;Wallace, Rachel;Wallis, Levi;Walters, John;Wallace, achel;Watson, Obediah; Weatherford, Charles; Welborn, James;Wheeler, James;White, Jesse; Whittingham, Daniel; Whitworth, Jacob;Williamson, Micajah;Williamson, William; Wills, Thomas; Wilson, Samuel; Wilson, Thomas; Winters, John; Winters, Richard;Witt, Middleton; Wofford, Absalom; Wood, Milton; Wright, John.
  • Index to Jackson County Wills and Appraisements 1796-1814.
  • Index to Jackson County Wills and Appraisements 1860-1888.
  • Jackson County Inferior Court Minutes.
  • Jackson County Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886.
  • Origins of Early Settlers
  • Land Warrants 1798 to 1805 (images of)
  • Map of Jackson County.




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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Baker Co. GA Wills, Estates, Genealogy

Baker County Records



Baker CountyNochaway CreekPictured is Nochaway Creek. Baker County was created on Dec. 12, 1825 by an act of the General Assembly and was formed from the entire eastern portion of Early County. Early Settlers: Henry Brown, A. S. Cook, John Fennell, C. Galloway, J. A. Gassett, Amos Grant, H. Hall, Fred Metts, C. F. Norris, Elijah Pearce and Thomas Robinson. 

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Indexes to Probate Records
  • Inventories (1868 to 1875
  • Inventories (1875 to 1918)
  • Sale Bills (1874 to 1915)
  • 12-months Support (1882 to 1924)
  • Homestead Records (1883 to 1942
  • Annual Returns and Vouchers (1872 to 1920)
  • Wills (1868 to 1918)
  • Wills (1868 to 1962)
Digital Images of Baker County Wills (1868 to 1919)
Names of Testators: Allen, Louisa;Atkison, John;Bailey, Benjamin;Bailey, William;Baker, Georgia;Ball, Sallie;Butler, William;Fleming, Thomas;Gallaway,Cornelius;George, James;Hall, Ella;Hall, H. H.;Hall, Warren;Hay, Olivia;Holt, Taft;Ivey, Elizabeth;Ivy, Anne;Jackson, Martha;Jones, Harriett;Jones, Reuben;Kerney, John;Kidd, Cornelia;Livingston, W. C.;Lyons, George;Mackey, Gus;Mathis, Henry;Mathis, L. J.;McRainey, M. A.;Nesbitt, Thomas;Norris, Charlie;Odum, Andrew;Odum, Purd;Perry, John;Rhodes, R. M.;Russell, Otto;Stamper, M. W.;Tanner, John;Thomas, Crawford;Thomas, Patsy;Weathersby, Helen;Williams, Dennis;Williams, W. D.;Young, Ashley;Young, Mary;
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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Coweta Co. GA Marriages, Wills, Estates

Coweta County Wills and Estates



Newnan, GeorgiaGrantville, GeorgiaLake AmlajadePictured is Newnan and Grantville, Georgia and Lake Amlajade. The Creek Indians ceded the land in Lee, Muscogee, Troup, Coweta, and Carroll counties in the 1825 Treaty of Indian Springs where Chief McIntosh was killed because of it. The counties' boundaries were created by the Georgia General Assembly on June 9, 1826, but they were not named until December 14, 1826. Coweta County was named for the Koweta Indians (a sub-group of the Creek people), who had several towns in and around present day Coweta. Researchers should also research Henry, Fayette and Spalding Counties. 

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Wills
  • Wills 1827 to 1847 (abstracts)
  • Wills 1849 to 1885 (abstracts)
  • Wills 1885 to 1910 (abstracts)
Indexes to Probate Records
  • Will Book A, 1828 to 1848
  • Will Book B, 1848 to 1892
  • Annual Returns, Book B, 1837 to 1843
Marriages
  • 1827 to 1849
  • Marriages from newspapers 1885 to 1886
Miscellaneous Records
  • Cates, Asa, 1853, Deed of the Legatees
Maps
  • Map of Coweta County

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Dodge Co. GA Wills and Estates: Genealogy

Dodge County Wills and Estates



Dodge County Court House1868 home of William PennDodge-Guest HousePictured is the Dodge County Court House, the 1868 home of William Penn in Eastman< Georgia, and the Dodge Guest House built in 1870. Dodge County was created in 1870 from parts of Montgomery, Pulaski, and Telfair counties. It was named for William E. Dodge, a New York businessman who owned large tracts of forest land in Georgia. Dodge helped persuade Congress to remove taxation from timber and made a gift to the county by building its first court house in 1908. 

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Marriages
  • Marriages from Newspapers 1885 to 1886
Wills
  • Dodge County Wills 1878-1901 (abstracts).
Indexes to Probate Records
  • Annual Returns and Vouchers, Bk A (1871 to 1888)
  • Annual Returns and Vouchers, Bk B (1888 to 1894)
  • Annual Returns and Vouchers, Bk C (1893 to 1901)
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