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All Heirs Not Always Listed in Wills
An Eye for Detail
A Yankee Prejudice to South Carolina Colonials
A Scrub-board and Tub of Water
Annual Returns Tell the Story
Analyzing the Details of Estate Records
British Prison Ships
Clues in the Trail
Civil War Pension Goodies
Create Your Own Proving Sources
Days of Woe
Discovering Lost County Records and Genealogies
Discovering Real History
Emerging Court House Records
Encyclopedic Database of Names
Finding Ancestors When Early County Court House Records Burned
Finding Church Records
Finding Original Will Documents
Finding Disappearing Ancestors
Finding Lost Towns and Colonial Persons
Georgia School Graduates
Genealogy Books for $5
Getting to Know Your Ancestors
Goose River Plantations in South Carolina
Historical Information on Genealogy Websites
How to Find Ancestors Using Old Photographs
Learn History by Tracing your Family History
Last Surviving Georgia Confederate Soldier
Legitimate or Not?
Middletons of Berkley County, South Carolina
Our Never Ending Research
Old Newspapers are a Genealogist's Cache
Researching Chatham County
Remembering Relatives with Photographs
Researching Repetitive Names
Revolutionary War Soldiers, Sources for
Saltzburgers to Effingham County
Search Indexes to County Records to Get the Meat
Searching for Ancestors Over the Internet
Smallpox and Fevers
Sources Establish Facts
Stitches in Time
Use Deed Descriptions
Virginia's Ancient Families What Happened to the First Colonists to Savannah?
What if They Died Before the 1820 Census?
Where to Find Georgia Wills and Estates Online
Where to Find South Carolina Colonials
Zeroing in on Lost Daughters
American Pioneer Series
Rare Books for Sale
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Putnam County: Muster Roll of Brown Rifles, C. S. A.
Walker County: Minutes of Shiloh Baptist Church
Burials of Confederates and Union Soldiers in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta. The burials are pinpointed by plats and include dead soldiers who were transported to the cemetery from 25 local hospitals during the Battle of Atlanta.
The Wanderer was first designed as a luxury racing yacht and was considered as one of the most extravagent vessels of the New York Yacht Club. The schooner Wanderer arrived in New York on June 26, 1858 where it was purchased by William Corrie and outfitted for a slave voyage to Africa. According to the South Carolina Customs Records, the vessel first sailed to Charleston, South Carolina,leaving there on July 4th to sail for Trinidad. In November of the same year 407 Africans arrived on Jekyll Island and were put on a wagon train for the State of Alabama. (US Department of Justice, Microfilm T969, Letters sent by the Attorney General 1851-1871). Two letters were found in this packet relating to the Wanderer and William Corrie. The attorney general directed that the case be moved to Savannah. One June 1, 1861, the vessel was seized in Key West, Florida by the US Navy. After that, the Union army used the schooner for a gunboat during the War Between the States. There are a number of references regarding this vessel at the National Archives. Another source of information is the book The Wanderer: The Last American Slave Ship and the Conspiracy That Set Its Sails by Erik Calonius.
Why all of the heirs are not always listed in wills...Everyone gets really frustrated with some of these last wills and testaments because they do not always list all of the heirs. This is because portions were given earlier and the place to look for that is in the deed records. They are called Deeds of Gift and the language usually reads “ For Love and Affection....” or it could read for $1. It is understandable that one who has lived to an old age might parcel off his property, such as slaves and land, many years before his actual death. All that is left at time is to give the wife the homeplace for her lifetime, then to a son or daughter. Another reason why all children are not named is the children either died prematurely or moved off into another state and not kept in touch. The latter tends to so often be the situation because as the old family seat breaks up, the children disperse into other areas looking for better land. They obtain land grants and draw in lotteries so this is how we chase them down. The daughters' portions went to their husbands, so any names in the will or estate papers are suspect. I usually cross-check these names in marriage records.
Jamestown : 1607
By Jeannette Holland Austin If you have not visited Jamestown, Virginia, you are missing a treat as the reconstructed village there provides a great visual of life on the frontier. The original inhabitants consisted of 108 English settlers who sailed at the instruction of a group of London entrepreneurs called the Virginia Company which received a charter from King James I. The purpose was to establish an English settlement in the Chesapeake Bay area. The colonists were supposed to make a colony and find gold as well as a water route to the Orient. However, they faced major trials such as malarial swamps and aggressive tribes of Algonquian natives. The first year it was too late to plant crops so struggled with starvation and disease as well as attacks from the Indians. It was Captain John Smith who held the colony together during tough times. Over the next several years supply years from England brought foodstuffs and supplies as well as new settlers. In 1622, the natives made war on the entire Virginia peninsula and performed a massacre of the Berkeley plantation settlement. Many soldiers from Jamestown participated in this fight. The Jamestown settlers appointed its own representatives to the House of Burgesses, sending them periodically to London, as the records will show in the Virginia Company. It was years after the Jamestown settlement of 1607 that the Virginia Company established an equal, uniform government to make laws for the colony's settlers. James City County was formed in 1634 as one of the original eight shires of Virginia and Jamestown served as the capitol of the Colony for 83 years. Many of the early records did not survive, however, some deeds are found in James City County as well as Henrico County.
The American Pioneer Series, an encyclopedic database of more than one million names is being added to Pioneer Families This work is the personal collection of Jeannette Holland Austin, Georgia author of over 100 genealogy books, and was used as personal source of information for almost fifty years. Most persons were not published elsewhere and the tool is of momentous value to researchers, particularly those having ancestors in the original thirteen colonies. The entries are encyclopedic and consist of referenced materials from census, marriages, passenger lists, bibles, military, cemeteries, obituaries, quotations from quarterlies, magazines, books, newspapers and so on. It is a marvelously unique collection of family histories and notes which do not appear elsewhere; some photographs. The American Pioneer Series is now available over the internet for the first time and is recommended as a tool for individuals and libraries. The undertaking to prepare the material for internet viewers was labor-intensive and costly. The final result is published in 26 volumes. Because of its enormous size, Ms. Austin decided not to publish the volumes into books but as agreed to make it available to subscribers of Pioneer Families LLC.com. United States and International copyright laws apply; but subscribers have all rights pertaining to using it for their personal needs, as well as making copies.
Today's Article... Historical photos and information has been added about old Oakland Cemetery and homes and families in the golden Island of Georgia to Georgia Pioneers.com
Today's Article...British Prison Ships
More than 11,500 Americans were held captive on British prison ships. They died of disease, starvation, violence and neglect. A monument to these soldiers was erected in Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn, New York; it overlooks Wallabout Bay, the site where these prisoners were held captive in sixteen British prison ships between the years of 1776 and 1783. More information
Georgia's Ceded Lands.... The ceded lands of St. Paul's Parish was a land succession in colonial northwest Georgia in 1773. Today this land is known as Wilkes County which was created from the state constitution in 1777. But Indians were still in the area and settlers lived inside forts during dangerous times. On July 22, 1777, Tom Dooly and twenty-one men in two companies set out to recover some horses which had been stolen from their post by Creek war parties led by Emistisiguo. When they reached skull Shoals on the Oconee River, they were ambushed. Dooly was wounded in his hill and fell to the ground unable to move cried out to his fleeing comrades not to leave him to be slaughtered by the Indians. But they did. The Cherokee Indians were the chief original inhabitants of the territory which was afterwards formed into Wilkes County, but Creeks also lived there. This is the treaty which was in force in 1773/ The local tradition is that white settlers first resided in this territory as early as 1769; this fact was also verified by General Robert Toombs. The treaty made in Augusta in 1763 was made with the colonial governs of Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina and hosted seven hundred Indians, chiefs of the Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws and Cabarobas. This treaty fixed the northern boundary of the white settlements in Georgia. The line runs up the Savannah River to the mouth of Little River and then to the mouth of Williams Creek (now Taliaferro County). By 1773 the Indians were deeply indebted to the traders and could not pay. That was when another treaty was made in Augusta beween Governor Wright and the Indians which opened up Wilkes County for settlement and the new northern boundary ran from the northern part of Wilkes County (now Elbert) to Cherokee Corner as it was called. This is the territory which was ceded by the Indians to pay their debts. The debt amounted to about sixty thousand pounds sterling. The terms of this last treaty was to sell the land to white settlers and from the process pay off the traders. The land became known as Scotchtown.
Today's Article....Georgia's Last Surviving Confederate Soldier
William Joshua Bush was born July 10, 1845 in Wilkinson County, Georgia on the old Bush Plantation in Wilkinson County. He joined the confederate army in 1861 along with his cousin and became part of Co. B, 14th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia. In October of 1861 he was mustered out of the army in Richmind, Virginia for some sort of injury, but later rejoined in October of 1864 and fought valiantly in the battles of Atlanta, Milledgeville, Cross Keys and Duncan's Old Field. He served with a company which called itself Joe Brown's Pets and remained with the company until it surrendered at Stephen's Station of the Central Railway in 1865. Bush was never a general but was given the honorary title because of the many offices which he held in the Confederate Veterans Association. He attended most of the annual reunions and was last present at Norfolk, Virginia in 1951 and in , Mississippi in 1952. Five months later the veterns were disbanded. He died on Armistice Day on November 11, 1952 at Fitzgerald, Georgia, aged 107 years and was buried at Evergreen Cemetery.
Where to Find Georgia Wills and Estates Online Many wills and estates (images), as well as abstracts and transcripts are available online at Georgia Pioneers To view the indexes, click on the county links to the right. In some cases, the index is listed here, but mostly a link is provided to the index. All members of Georgia Pioneers.com are able to view these records. Happy hunting !
RARE BOOKS FOR SALE - First come, first serve (only one of each. The following books are for sale by me. This is a good opportunity to obtain some genealogy and family history books, histories, etc. at a very low price. All prices include shipping & handling in USA.
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Rare Books Collection - Most of these books are very old and fragile and cannot ever be acquired except from an individual like myself. I have been collecting rare books for many years; the condition of the oldest books is fragile, with some covers torn, loose spine, etc.
- Darien by Spencer B. King, Jr., The Death and Rebirth of a Southern Town, hardbound with jacket. Mercer University Press (1981).
- General John A. Logan, His Life and Times by Cottingham, 8x11, booklet, 28 pp., good condition.
- Alabama Bible Records by Jeannette Holland Austin, 10x11, hardbound, indexed, 169 pp., good condition. (1987), signed by author, original first printing.
- Boston Marriages 1700-1809, 2 volumes, paperbound by Edward W. McGlenen, Clearfield Co., like new.
- 1860 Paulding County, Georgia Census (abstracted) by Jeannette Holland Austin, Willow Bend Books (2000), like new.
- Sketches of Prominent Tennesseans by William S. Speer, hardbound, 579 pp., (1888, 2003), Genealogical Publishing Co., like new.
- Alabama Bible Records by Jeannette Holland Austin, signed by author (2000), Willow Bend Books. Original publication, last copy, 418 pp.
- A Gazetteer of the State of New-Hampshire by Moore, published by Heritage Books. Originally published in 1823. 7x9, paperbound, 299 pp.
- Irish Records. Sources for Family and Local History by Ryan, 12x12, hardbound, jacket, (1997), like new. 668 pp.
- Lest We Forget: The Hembree Family. Unknown author. Paperbound, 11x12.
- The Neaves Story by Bettie J. Marsh. Paperbound, 10x12 (1980); photos.
- Fayette County, Georgia Probate Records 1824-1871 by Jeannette Holland Austin. Abstracts of court house records, 383 pp., hardbound, like new.
- 1840 Cobb County Georgia Census by Frances T. Ingmire, paperbound, 5x7. Lists names only.
- How to Trace Your Roots by Playle, paperbound, 32 pp.
- Columbus. Georgia's Fall Line Trading Town. 10x11, hardbound, jacket, hardbound. By Joseph B. Mahan. Good condition. $20.00
- Columbus, Georgia 1827-1865 by John H. Martin, hardbound, jacket. Published 1874; reprinted 1972, 196 pp. Good condition. $20.00
- History of Schley County Georgia. Hardbound, jacket,first edition, Schley County Preservation Society. 638 pp. Good condition. - $30.00
- A Little History of Gilmer County by Lawrence L. Stanley (1975). Hardbound, good condition, 215 pp. - $15.00
- The History of Cherokee County by Lloyd G. Marlin, hardbound, good condition. - $20.00
- First Family Memoirs. A 150 Year History of First Baptist Church, Marietta, Georgia 1835-1985 by Ruth Wgner Miller. Hardbound, jacket, 264 pp. - $15.00
- Early Days on the Georgia Tidewater. The Story of McIntosh County and Sapelo by Buddy Sullivan. Hardbound, jacket, very good condition. 818 pp. (1990) - $45.00
- Bartow County, Georgia. Formerly Cass. Cemeteries, Vol. 1. Hardbound, 534 pp. - $40.00
- Ante-Bellum Thomas County 1825-1861 by William Warren Rogers, hardbound, jacket. 136 pp. - $20.00
- History of Twiggs County Georgia. Sesquicentennial 1809-1959 by Faulk-Jones, published by Major General John Twiggs Chapter DAR, hardbound. 475 pp. - $20.00
- Thomas County 1865-1900 by William Warren Rogers. Hardbound, jacket, 486 pp. - $30.00
- Murray County Heritage (1987), hardbound, 900 pp. - $40.00
- Lives of the Queens of England. Two volumes in one. Volumes 4th and 5th, published 1849 by Lea and Blanchard. By Agnes Strickland. Hardbound, 295 pp. A wonderful historical account begins with Elizabeth of York to Queen Mary. Very informative and well written. Quite a find!
- Virginibus Puerisque by Robert Lous Stevenson, Medallion Edition, published 1912 by Current Liberature Publishing Co., hardbound, 5x7, 56 pp. A very rare find!
- The Literary Character; or the History of Men of Genius by Isaac Disraeli, A New Edition, published in London in 1859. This book is in very good condition for 1859! It is hardbound, with decorated leaves, 462 pp., 5x7. A real find!
- Golden Legend by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, published by Hurst & Company in NY, hardbound 567 pp. Fair condition.
- Poems of Thomas Moore, 5x7 book, cloth, loose covers, 799 pp., gold-tooled leaves.
- Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to his Son by George Horace Lorimer, hardbound, 5x7 published 1905 by Small, Maynard & Company, 312 pp., good condition, except cover is faded.
- History of Henry Esmund, Esq. A Colonel in the service of Her Majesty Queen Anne written by himself. Published in Boston (1886), hardbound, decorated leaves, 409 pp. Good condition considering its age.
- Europe, A Journey with Pictures. Hardbound, jacket (worn), 247 pp., 9x10, good condition (1954).
- Great Palace of Europe, 12x12, hardbound (1965), 288 pp. Beautiful photographs.
- Kings and Queens of Britain by Joyce Marlow, 185 pp. 12x12, beautiful color photographs.
- It's A Changing World, 1995 yearbook of St. Thomas Moore school, Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta. Hardbound, good condition.
- The Court of Richard II by Gervase Mathew, hardbound, jacket, good condition, 227 pp. (1968).
- Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest by Agnes Strickland, Vol. VII, published 1844 in Philadelphia, 452 pp., hardbound, fragile spine, loose pages. I was edified by this book written in the old flourishing style and learned many things which are unknown today. Begins with Elizabeth, second Queen-Regent of England and Ireland and Anne of Denmark, Queen-Consort of James the Fist, King of Great Britain and England.
- Chesterfield Letters by Lord Chesterfield, published in Philadelphia in 1894. Letters written to his son which became scandalous in his day. 4x7 hardbound, fragie, loose pages and spine. This is a very old edition. 307 pp. A very rare find and collector's item.
- The Annals of the Parish and The Ayrshire Legatees illustrated by Charles E. Brock by John Galt, published 1896 in London, 333 pp., hardbound, decorative blue cover. A novel of members of the parish written in a flourishing style.
- The Scottish Chiefs, illustrated, by Jane Porter (1831). Hardbound, 670 pp., loose pages. Historical accounts.
- Memoires D'outre-Tombe (1814-1815) by Francois-Rene, Vicomte de Chateaubriand, published Oxford (1904), hardbound, 5 x 7, 151 pp., good condition.
- My Vagabondage by J. E. Patterson printed in England (1900), hardbound, 373 pp., photo of author, good condition.
- Plato's The Republic translated into English by B. Jowett, M. A., The Modern Library, New York, 397 pp., hardbound, 5 x 7.
- Victoria: Queen and Empress, hardbound, 200 illustrations of the royal family, some pages are loose, Franklin Book Co. (1901), 513 pp.
- The Golden Legend by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. NY Hurst & Co. 567 pp. (yellowed). Looks like a first edition. $30.00
- The Guide to Reading by Lyman Abbot (1925), includes a postcard of Nelson Doubleday, Inc. - $8.00
- It's a Changing World Year Book (Ninety-Five), St. Thomas More, Ponce de Leon, Atlanta, 9x10 - $10.00
Glynn County WillsGlynn County Will Book E 1856-1866. Images are now available online to members of www.georgiapioneers.com Bell, W. W., Brooks, Samuel,Burnett, Samuel M.,Clubb, James W.,Corbit, Samuel, Couper, James Hamilton,Dart, Anna,Davenport, William G., DuBignon, Felicitt,Fins, Job,Gignilliat, John M.,Golden, Thomas, Hamilton, James,Harris, Horace J.,Hazlehurst, Frances L.,Hazzard, Thomas T. (Dr.),Hillier, Thomas,Hinkman,, R. S.,Holland, John, Hooker, Ann O.,Hubbs, James S. Sr.,Jenkins, William,Johnston, P. C., Jones, Daniel,King, Ann Matilda,King, Matilda, wife of Thomas Butler King,King, Thomas,Lamb, Celia,Mc Conn, P. H.,Moore, J. W.,Moore, Sarah, Moore, S. B.,O'Sullivan, Florence,Pettigrew, George W.,Piles, John, Ratcliff, James M.,Roden, John,Royall, Horace J.,Rumph, John R., Spears, Anderson,Stafford, Robert,Stevens, Charles, Tison, Job, Ira and Mrs. J. L.,Troup, James, Truscott, William, Turner, William,Welbourne, Charles,Westmoreland, Eardly G.,Wood, John R.,Woolley, Vardy
Franklin County WillsThe following will images for Franklin County, Georgia (1899-1911) have been added to www.georgiapioneers.com Adams, A. W., Adams, Mead Anderson, Attaway, William S., Arvail, James L., Beasley, John R., Bond, James W., Bond, J. E., Bond, J. J., Borum, F. D., Borum, Harriett E., Brown, George T., Brown, James L., Brown, W. F., Burroughs, Lucy, Carmichael, D. L., Carson, R. H., Cook, William T. O., Crenshaw, J. L., Duncan, M. A., Gilliland, M. A., Ginn, Stephen, Guinn, B. A., Haley, M. A. (Mrs.), Hall, W. C., Harrison, K. B., Harrison, R. B., Holbrook, Jane S. Mrs.), Johnson, James W., Jones, Seborn, Lecroy, T. C., Lee, Richard, Lewallen, Martha J., Little, Mollie V., Little, Ortho, March, A. J., Mauldin, Ann W., McFarland, Jane H., McMurry, M. M., Miller, James, Moore, John A., Patrick, William J., Payne, Elizabeth, Payne, E. M., Phillips, William G., Randall, John W., Rampley, M. C., Ridgeway, Robert H., Sewell, John K., Stovall, Henry, Strange, Jesse D., Swilling, Samuel Y., Terrell, William M., Underwood, J. A., Vandever, B. P., Vandiver, E. C., Veal, J. D., Watkins, D. O., and Westbrook, Susan F.
Peach County WillsThe following will images for Franklin County, Georgia (1899-1911) have been added to www.georgiapioneers.com
Adams, A. W., Adams, Mead Anderson, Attaway, William S., Arvail, James L., Beasley, John R., Bond, James W., Bond, J. E., Bond, J. J., Borum, F. D., Borum, Harriett E., Brown, George T., Brown, James L., Brown, W. F., Burroughs, Lucy, Carmichael, D. L., Carson, R. H., Cook, William T. O., Crenshaw, J. L., Duncan, M. A., Gilliland, M. A., Ginn, Stephen, Guinn, B. A., Haley, M. A. (Mrs.), Hall, W. C., Harrison, K. B., Harrison, R. B., Holbrook, Jane S. Mrs.), Johnson, James W., Jones, Seborn, Lecroy, T. C., Lee, Richard, Lewallen, Martha J., Little, Mollie V., Little, Ortho, March, A. J., Mauldin, Ann W., McFarland, Jane H., McMurry, M. M., Miller, James, Moore, John A., Patrick, William J., Payne, Elizabeth, Payne, E. M., Phillips, William G., Randall, John W., Rampley, M. C., Ridgeway, Robert H., Sewell, John K., Stovall, Henry, Strange, Jesse D., Swilling, Samuel Y., Terrell, William M., Underwood, J. A., Vandever, B. P., Vandiver, E. C., Veal, J. D., Watkins, D. O., and Westbrook, Susan F.
Gwinnett County Will Book D (1852-1886)Gwinnett County, Georgia Will images are online at www.georgiapioneers.com This is Will Bk D (1852-1886), the oldest surving will book. Names included are as follows: Amanda M. Adams, John Armistead, A. A. Arnold, William L. Atkinson, Sarah Bagwell, Martha Bailey, William Bailey, Anthony W. Bates, Joseph M. Baxter, John G. Bennett, John J. Bennett, Lovick Bettis, David Bolton, M. M. Bolton, John A. Born, Joseph M. Bowers, Meshack Boyce, Jeffers Bradford, Cashwell Brand, William E. Brand, James Braswell, Tandy H. Brown, Vinson Brownlee, Franklin P. Buchanan, John Bugg, Maria Mackay Burtchell, John L. Burrell, Charles Burson, Daniel M. Byrd, William Davis Byrd, John Cain, John Caloway, Gille Camp, Catharine H. Churchhill, Sterling Clark, Austin W. Cole, Levi M. Cooper, George W. Craig, John E. Craig Sr., Robert Craig, Burton E. Crawford, Robert B. Eckles, Robert Etheridge, James Flowers, Sarah Fountain, Samuel H. Freeman, Marsha Furguson, William Galloway, James Garner, James Garner Sr., Lucretia Garner, John J. Glover, William J. Gober, Marcus L. Gordon, Robert M. Gower, Sarah M. Gower, Robert J. Goza, Lourina Griswell, Thompson Hale, Martha T. Hamilton, Sanford Hannah, Thomas C. Hardigree, Jerry Harris, James Harrison, James Hawthorn, Harrison Head, Lucinda Higgins, Silas Higgins, C. H. Hopkins, John Hopkinns, Luther F. Hopkins, Evan Howell, Thomas Hunter, Andrew J. Hutchins, Nathan Hutchins, William S. Ivie, William G. Jacobs, Kincheon Jenkins, Polly Ann Johnson, Stella Julian, W. T. Kilgore, John King, John Knight, David Langley, James Lanier, Curtis C. Lankford, Zachry J. Lee, Daniel Liddell, Charles H. Linsey, Daniel Lockridge, Hugh D. Lowe, Mary E. Lowe, Amos Lowry, Thomas Maguire, William Maltbie, Elisha Martin, John Martin, Lucy B. Martin, Alexander M. Mason, Charley Mason, William A. Massey, Thomas Matthews, Telford McConnell, John McCurly, Darling P. McDaniel, Eli J. McDaniel, James McDaniel, John S. McElvany, John McMillan, Rhesa McMillan, Thomas Mewborn, Goodwin Miller, Mark Miller, Rache Miner, George W. Mitchell, Middleton Montgomery, Kinchen Mooneyham, John Morrow, John Walker Nash, Robert B. Nash, Harrison Nix, Azariah Noel, Frances L. O'Kelly, Jesse Osborn, Samuel S. Peden, William J. Peeples, William F. Perry, Elijah Pittard, James W. Plummer, John H. Pounds, Turk Rakestraw, Samuel Rawlins, John R. Richards, Mary A. Richardson, Andrew Martin Ross, James S. Russell, William J. Russell, Washington Rutledge, Sanford A. Scales, William Scales, William D. Sexton, Eliza Simmons, James P. Simmons, John Simms, Emily Simonton, James Stanley, Jorden Stanton, George Stephenson, Reason D. Stephens, Van R. Stevenson, Henry P. Thomas, Sivilinett Thomas, William Thrasher, Isaac Tinsey, John Morris Tullis, Howell H. Upchurch, Columbus Webb, Joshua Westbrook, James Wheeler, Richard Whiteworth, Mary Whitworth, Hosea Williams, William P. Williams, Anderson Windsor, Richard D. Winn, Sherwood Wise, Andrew Wood.
Jackson County Wills 1805-1860This is the oldest Will Book for Jackson County. Index as follows: 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, Rachel; 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.
Rockdale CountyIf you are searching for ancestors in Henry, Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett Counties, you should consider Rockdale County. Although it was formed later than the other counties, it contains a good deal of information about residents in adjoining counties. The earliest surviving Will Book has been filmed and is available on Georgia Pioneers Index to Names in Rockdale County Will Book B (1914-1923: Allen, Sallie A., Mrs. ; Almond,, J. T.; Almond, John F.; Almond, Robert M.; Asken, Joseph; Bailey, Anna; Baker, W. J.; Belcher, Elisha; Black, James P.; Black, S. T.; Boyd, R. A., Mrs.; Bradford, M. A.; Brooks Margret N. A.; Brooks, T. V.; Brown, R. E.; Butler, Josephine; Camp, William N.; Chandler, Francis M.; Chandler, T. S. ; Christian, Francis Bartow; Cook, E. F.; Cooper, James G. ; Corley, Chaney M.; Cowan, George V. ; Cowan, Mary O.; Creed, Permelia A.; Daniel, Emma King ; Day, John M.; Day, T. J.; Dennard, J. D.; Dennard, Sanford L.; Elbert, William W. J. ; Ellington, J. R. ; Elliott, Thomas A.; Erwin, J. R. ; Farmer, Alex S. Farmer, J. C.; Gleaton, Fannie S., Mrs. ; Graham, B. S.; Granada, B. C. ; Granada, J. S.; Granger, Charity E., Mrs. ; Gunn, H. C.; Hames, Eleon Swanson, Mrs. ; Haralson, Mary A.; Harden, W. T. ; Haynes, Mable, Mrs. ; Hill, G. W. ; Holifield, W. M. Huff, Roland L. ; Hull, G. H., Mrs.; Johnson, James W. ; Johnson, John W. ; King, Annis W. ; King, W. L.; Langford, J. F. ; Love, James S. ; Mann, John G. ; McDaniel, W. F., Mrs.; McDanniel, Fannie, Mrs. ; McElroy, Sarah A.; McElvaney, A. M. ; Miner, E. P. ; Miner, Madera; Mitchell, George C. ; Mize, J. Wesley ; Monroe, Francis M.: Moore, H. A., Mrs. ; Morris, Sarah E., Mrs. ; Newton, Mary Alice; Overbay, Clark McCaller; Owens, W. L., Sr. ; Parker, J. H. ; Patrick, James A. ; Peek, A. H. ; Peek, W. L.; Pittman, Sarah C., Mrs. ; Pressley, Lige ; Quigg, Sarah A., Mrs.; Reagen, Cora Gwinn; Reynolds, Sarah J. ; Rowan, J. Will ; Scarborogh, Robert L.; Sharp, L. A.; Sims, A. T. ; Smith, M. R., Mrs.; Smith, Sarah C. ; Stansell, J. J. ; Stephenson, Josiah; Stewart, Mary Ellis ; Stowers, John; Suddeth, Daniel; Swords, Charles M. ; Thompson, John S. ; Thrasher, T. T. ; Turner, Ellen, Mrs. ; Turner, Malinda ; Underwood, H. L.; Underwood, Sarah A.; Vaughan, Robert B. ; Veal, Cella Merrill, Mrs.; Wade, Annie Lee ; Walker, G. W. ; Wallace, Elizabeth F. ; Wallace, W. U. ; Wallis, John F. ;Weaver, George W. ; White, Hugh L., Mrs.; White, Savannah S. ; Williams Sarah A. ; Wood, Emma Riley, Mrs. ; Wood, M. L., Mrs. ; Woods, S. H.
Forsyth County Wills
Forsyth County Will Bk B (1892-1935) and C (1899-1900) has been filmed from the court house. Many of the pages in the court house books are faded from sight, however, our camera restored a great deal of the information. If you are viewing one of these faded pages you are looking at all that could be restored. The reason we went ahead and put them online is because of the valuableness of the documents. Perhaps enough information can be gleaned from the bad ones to reveal heirs, etc. We are only talking about a few images. Most of the images are quite visible. The following original will images are available to members of www.georgiapioneers.com C. H. Allison, Mamie Bacon, D. H. Bagley, Martha Barnett, Andrew Barrett, Hiram Bell, Jacob Bennett, James Bennet, Shelton Benson, Jeremiah R. Bentley, H. J. Blackstock, Louisa Blackstock, J. J. Blanton, A. C. Bottoms, James T. Boyd, C. J. Brannon, W. B. Brannon, George P. Brice, Berryman Buice, M. S. Buice, James H. Castleberry, John Henry Castleberry, William Castleberry, John M. Chastain, M. C. Chastain, William D. Chatham, Minton Clement, Elias A. Cochran, Samuel G. Fox, Samuel M. Crowe, John L. Cruse, Charles E. Davenport, William S. Davenport, W. L. Davenport, Thomas F. Davis, Mitchell H. Day, Joshua A. Dooly, H. L. Edwards, John W. Edwards, James A. Ezzard, J. B. Fowler, Martha J. Freeman, Joseph Garrett, William P. Garrett, A. O. Gilbert, John C. Gilbert, J. P. Gilbert, S. W. Gilleland, William J. Groover, F. M. Hamby, Daniel E. Hammond, James C. Hansard, Jesse Samuel Hansard, Isaac W. Hardin, James Gillison Harris, Fannie Harrison, R. A. Harrison, Susan Harrison, Cicero S. Hawkins, Ed F. Hawkins, Rachell Heard, Henry Hendrick, John Hockenbull, George W. Holbrook, I. J. Holbrook, Elizabeth Hubbard, John L. Hudson, Russell Hughes, B. N. Hulsey, Bluford Hunt, H. L. Hurt, M. G. Hutchins, Malissa C. Jackson, M. H. James, W. B. James, John L. Jones Sr., Leonard Albert Jones, S. B. Jones, William C. Jones, Arabella Kelley, Andrew J. Kelly, William J. Kemp, W. W. Kemp, W. H. Kennemere, S. J. Lindsey, Thomas L. Lipscomb, George Little, W. W. Mangum, Absalom Martin, Benson Martin, Delaney Martin, Hannah Martin, Samuel Martin, W. H. Martin, W. A. Matthews, H. P. Mayfield, John M. L. McClure, Susan McGinley, A. I. McWhorter, William M. Montgomery, J. C. Munday, W. T. Nalley, Phillip M. Parker, Enoch Patterson, Hiram Patterson, Julia Phillips, T. J. Phillips, William Phillips, A. N. Pilgrim, Wailliam G. Pilgrim, Emily A. Pirkle, John Milton Pirkle, William M. Pirkle, Marcus L. Pool, Hugh Porter, Phillip M. Porter, Mrs. Ella Pritchard, J. H. Pruitt, John M. Pruitt, J. H. Purcell, Will D. Puckett, James Red, A. H. Reid, J. M. Richards, William Rider, Jonathan Roach, Mary Roach, Wayne Roach, C. G. Roberson, Tilman Roper, William A. Ross, A. J. Sams, Squire Sams, A. O. Sanders, Elmira Sargent, George Settle, Ida Singleton, J. C. Singleton, Lee M. Singleton, L. E. Singleton, Samuel Sims, Annie Elmira Smith, Eliza Smith, John N. Smith, John P. Smith, Miles H. Smith, Solomon J. Smith, Ella Pritchard Spence, J. B. Spence, Prudence Stone, John W. Stones, Ansel Strickland, David H. Strickland, E. A. Strickland, Linnie Tallant, A. Talant, Benjamin C. Tallant, George Tallant, John Tallant, Thomas K. Tallant, Elisha Tatum, Jacob R. Tatum, Robert P. Thompson, John H. Thomas, Joseph W. Tims, Aaron Tullis, Frederick Vaughn, Mrs. L. S. Vaughn, W. M. Vaughn, Jesse B. Wallace, Thomas A. Wallace, Joel Webb, Lana Webb, John Westbrook, E. E. Whitmire, Andrew Wilkie, William L. Will, Thomas Willingham, Jesse Willis, W. P. Wingo, Joshua A. Wright.
Liberty County Wills (Images)1779-1823The following wills (images) have been added to Georgia Pioneers and are available to members. They were filmed at the Liberty County, Georgia Court House.
Austin, Henry;Austin, Sarah Ann;Bacon, Martha;Bacon, Thomas;Baker, Artemas ;Baker, Benjamin ; Baker, Elijah ; Baker, John Ichabod; Baker, Nathaniel; Baker, Susannaa ; Baker, Thomas, Jr.; Baker, William; Ball, Edward; Bennet, Elizabeth; Bell, William F.; Bennett, Hugh; Bennett, Rebecca; Bon, Richard; Brown, Francis ; Brown, Mary; Burnby, Samuel; Burnley, Thomas; Butler, Shadrach; Cantey, James; Carter, Hepworth; Carter, James; Carter, James; Carter, Martha; Christopher, Spencer; Cochran, James; Cole, James A. ; Cooper, Richard; Crews, Isham ; Cubbedge, Ann; Cuthbert, Alexander; Cuthbert, Isaac; Douse, Gideon ; Dunham, Margaret; Elliott, Daniel Robert; Feaster, Catharine; Fickling, Elizabeth; Fleming, William; Foster, John; Fraser, John E.; Fraser, Mary Ann; Fraser, Simon; Fraser, William; Girardeau, Ann; Girardeau, John Bohun; Girardeau, Rebecca; Girardeau, Sarah; Goulding, Thomas; Graham, James; Graham, William; Graves, John; Greene, Samuel T.; Harrell, Isaac; Hastings, Archibald; Hastings, Catherine; Hay, M.; Hext, John; Hinson, Clayborn; Jeffries, Nancy; Jones, Samuel; Jones, Susannah H.; King, Thomas; Ladson, Margaret; Lambert, John; Lambright, John; Lambright, Margaret; Lanchester, Thomas; Law, Mary E.; Lawson, John, Sr.; Lewis, Elijah ; Lewis, Joseph; Lines, Samuel; Lockerman, Persiana ; Lowe, John; Mallard, Lazarus; Mallard, Sarah; Mansell, Josiah ; Martin, Alexander ; Martin, Martin ; Maxwell, Sarah; P. McCollough, Hugh; McCollough, James; McLair, Lewis ; Munroe, Elizabeth; Myers, Daniel; Norman, Ann; Osgood, John; Osgood, Josiah ; Peacock, John; Porter, A.; Powell, Elizabeth; Powell, James; Quarterman, Joseph; Quarterman, Rebecca; Quarterman, Richard; Quarterman, Thomas; Robarts, Thomas; Sallett, Robert; Salters, Samuel; Sapelo, Elias ; Sandifer, William Case; Schmidt, Egideas Henry ; Shave, Richard; Shepard, Edward; Shepard, Mary; Shepard, Thomas; Simpson, James; Singleton, Thomas; Smith, James; Spalding, John; Spears, John; Spencer, Rebecca; Spencer, Samuel; Stevens, Joseph; Stevens, Thomas; Stevens, Thomas; Stone, Elizabeth; Sumner, Edward; Walker, Charles ; Walker, Joel ; Way, Ann; Way, Susannah; Way, William; Webb, John; Wilkins, Hampden; Winn, Joseph; Winn, Sarah; Wood, John; Wood, Joseph; Woodward, William
Camden County Wills 1777-1787; 1885-1900The following will images were added to Georgia Pioneers and are available to members. They were filmed at the local court house.
Index to Camden County Will Book B (1777-1787): Aken, James;Argerette, John;Arnold, John;Atkinson, Nathan;Bailey, John R.;Bailey, John Sr.;Berniss, Eleazer;Bixby, James;Bryant, Langley;Bulkley, Ichabod;Bullin, Bela;Bunkley, Britain;Campbell, Jane, Mrs. alias Jane Taylor;Christopher, Hester;Cole, Ann, Mrs., widow or Richard;Collier, Thomas;Courter, Harmon;Crews, Micajah;Crozier, Samuel; Dallas, William;Davis, Ephraim;Delany, Daniel S.;Deloney, Martha; Desclaux, Joseph;Dilworth, Aramenta;Dilworth, James C.;Eaton, John; Elliott, Alexander;Ester, Richard;Evans, Evan;Gamble, John;Gascognie, Richard;Gorman, William;Gorman, William Jr.;Graham, Alexander;Graham, Ann;Gunby, Levin;Hagin, John;Hay, John;Hebbard, Elihu;Hodge, Joseph T.; Hollingsworth, Timothy;Howell, Catharine;Hubbard, William;Johnston, William;Judson, Joseph;Keegan, Allen;King, Thomas;Kitchell, John or Joseph;Kuhn, C. F.;Keegan, Allen;Lafurgue, John;Lathrop, Asa;Lefevre, Marie Louisa;Madison, John R.;Mafford, Thomas;Madison, John Ripley; McClure, William;McFarlane, Sarah;McGregger, James;Mecklin, Sarah; Miller, Catharine;Miller, Phineas;Morrison, George;Mussault, Frances; Niblack, William;Nightingale, John Clark;Norris, Thomas;Norris, Thomas; Nunes, Daniel;Ogden, Alexander;Parker, John;Pelletier, Basile; Proctor, Richard;Ragland, Irby;Rains, Cornelius;Ready, William; Richards, Genevieve B.;Richardson, Thomas;Rogers, Lebbiers or Lebues; Ross, John Dr.;Rowe, John;Rudolph, Robert;Shaw, James;Shearman, Elizabeth;Sherman,, Edward;Skipwith, Peyton;Smith, James;Spalding, Johnson;Stafford, Robert;Stafford, Thomas;Starling, Francis;Staunton, William;Thomas, Allen;Thomas, Joseph;Vincent, James;Ward, Bryan; Williams, Jane;Williams, William H.;Williams, Wilson;Wood, John; Woodland, James;Wright, Henry;Wright, James Nickels;Wright, Thomas Index to Camden County Will Book C (1885-1900) Ammons, William;Anderson, Ben;Arnow, Joseph S.;Baker, Jeff;Barnard, Fannie E.;Baxley, James W.;Beaty, Richard;Benson, George W.;Berrie, Catharine A.;Brazick, James;Brown, Philip;Buncke, Gustar;Bunkley, William R.;Caldwell, W. J.;Carnegie, Lucie C., Mrs.;Carnegie, Thomas M.;Clarke, William H.;Clinch, D. L.;Clubbs, Sarah F.;Cohen, Mary A.; Crichton, Ann;Curtis, Alexander;Davis, J. S. N.;Dunham, Andrew J.; Floyd, John W.;Floyd, Marie;Fordham, Silas;Grubert, Jane U.; Harrington, J. B., Mrs.;Hawkins, Thomas D.;Hayes, Calvin;Helveston, McGillis;Hopkins, William F.;Jaflores, Virginia, Mrs.;King, Dolly; King, R. N.;Lang, Caroline;Lang, Cornelia T.;Lang, George;Lang, Isaac; Lang, Isaac Sr.;Lang, Nancy;Lang, W. C.;Long, Alexander;Long, Daniel J.;Long, Julia M.;McCorman, Charlotte;Mitchell, Augustus;Morrison, Charlotte E.;Morrison, George;Pacetty, Julia A.;Peeples, A. M.; Proctor, William;Rains, Joseph C.;Rightman, Anita M.;Ring, Mary; Ripley, Francis L.;Rose, D. F. Sr.;Scott, Alexander C. Sr.;Simmons, John W.;Stafford, Robert;Thomas, Benjamin;Tompkins, John;Trolock, Isabella C.;Walton, Grace;Wilkinson, Elsie;Wilkinson, Eley; Williams, John M.;Wingate, Thomas J.
Index to Camden County Will Book B (1777-1787): Aken, James;Argerette, John;Arnold, John;Atkinson, Nathan;Bailey, John R.;Bailey, John Sr.;Berniss, Eleazer;Bixby, James;Bryant, Langley;Bulkley, Ichabod;Bullin, Bela;Bunkley, Britain;Campbell, Jane, Mrs. alias Jane Taylor;Christopher, Hester;Cole, Ann, Mrs., widow or Richard;Collier, Thomas;Courter, Harmon;Crews, Micajah;Crozier, Samuel;Dallas, William;Davis, Ephraim;Delany, Daniel S.;Deloney, Martha;Desclaux, Joseph;Dilworth, Aramenta;Dilworth, James C.;Eaton, John;Elliott, Alexander;Ester, Richard;Evans, Evan;Gamble, John;Gascognie, Richard;Gorman, William;Gorman, William Jr.;Graham, Alexander;Graham, Ann;Gunby, Levin;Hagin, John;Hay, John;Hebbard, Elihu;Hodge, Joseph T.;Hollingsworth, Timothy;Howell, Catharine;Hubbard, William;Johnston, William;Judson, Joseph;Keegan, Allen;King, Thomas;Kitchell, John or Joseph;Kuhn, C. F.;Keegan, Allen;Lafurgue, John;Lathrop, Asa;Lefevre, Marie Louisa;Madison, John R.;Mafford, Thomas;Madison, John Ripley;McClure, William;McFarlane, Sarah;McGregger,James;Mecklin,Sarah;Miller,Catharine;Miller,Phineas; Morrison, George;Mussault, Frances;Niblack, William;Nightingale, John Clark;Norris, Thomas;Norris, Thomas;Nunes, Daniel;Ogden, Alexander;Parker, John;Pelletier, Basile;Proctor, Richard;Ragland, Irby;Rains, Cornelius;Ready, William;Richards, Genevieve B.;Richardson, Thomas;Rogers, Lebbiers or Lebues;Ross, John Dr.;Rowe, John;Rudolph, Robert;Shaw, James;Shearman, Elizabeth;Sherman,, Edward;Skipwith, Peyton;Smith, James;Spalding, Johnson;Stafford, Robert;Stafford, Thomas;Starling, Francis;Staunton, William;Thomas, Allen;Thomas, Joseph;Vincent, James;Ward, Bryan;Williams, Jane;Williams, William H.;Williams, Wilson;Wood, John;Woodland, James;Wright, Henry;Wright, James Nickels;Wright, Thomas
Index to Camden County Will Book C (1885-1900): Ammons, William;Anderson, Ben;Arnow, Joseph S.;Baker, Jeff;Barnard, Fannie E.;Baxley, James W.;Beaty, Richard;Benson, George W.;Berrie, Catharine A.;Brazick, James;Brown, Philip;Buncke, Gustar;Bunkley, William R.;Caldwell, W. J.;Carnegie, Lucie C., Mrs.;Carnegie, Thomas M.;Clarke, William H.;Clinch, D. L.;Clubbs, Sarah F.;Cohen, Mary A.;Crichton, Ann;Curtis, Alexander;Davis, J. S. N.;Dunham, Andrew J.;Floyd, John W.;Floyd, Marie;Fordham, Silas;Grubert, Jane U.;Harrington, J. B., Mrs.;Hawkins, Thomas D.;Hayes, Calvin;Helveston, McGillis;Hopkins, William F.;Jaflores, Virginia, Mrs.;King, Dolly; King, R. N.;Lang, Caroline;Lang, Cornelia T.;Lang, George;Lang, Isaac; Lang, Isaac Sr.;Lang, Nancy;Lang, W. C.;Long, Alexander;Long, Daniel J.;Long, Julia M.;McCorman, Charlotte;Mitchell, Augustus;Morrison, Charlotte E.;Morrison, George;Pacetty, Julia A.;Peeples, A. M.; Proctor, William;Rains, Joseph C.;Rightman, Anita M.;Ring, Mary; Ripley, Francis L.;Rose, D. F. Sr.;Scott, Alexander C. Sr.;Simmons, John W.;Stafford, Robert;Thomas, Benjamin;Tompkins, John;Trolock, Isabella C.;Walton, Grace;Wilkinson, Elsie;Wilkinson, Eley;Williams, John M.;Wingate, Thomas J.
- Wills 1781-1824 (abstracts)
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- Index to Will Book A 1775-1801 (images)
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- Tax Digest, 1793, images
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- LWT of Ann Gwinnett, widow of Button (1785) from Perogative Court of Canterbury
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Cobb County Wills 1857-1904
Index to Cobb County Minute Book 1865-1871
- Wills 1825-1857 (Images) Names
- Wills 1857-1907 (Images) Names
- Index to Wills, Administrations, Guardians, Bonds to Bk A 1815-1868
Burke County Will Index 1803-1858
Carroll County Will Index 1852-1900
Appling County Estates, Guardianships, Vouchers 1856-1879 Index
Appling County Annual Returns 1877-1880 index
Screven County Index to Will Bk 1808-1877
Troup County Index to Wills 1818-1845
Walton County index to wills and estates 1819-1839
Wilkes County Wills 1786-1806 index
Jasper County Will Index Bk A (1814-1818) and Bk B (1818-1836)
Banks County Miscellaneous Images
Richmond Co. Wills (images) 1798-1810 - Anselm Bugg, John Hanford, Henry Osborne, William Allen, Joseph Cox, John Smith (2), Archibald Robins, Eleazor Brack, Mary Moon, Garland Snead, John Evans Anderson, Smith Milner, Elizabeth Connell, John Eades, James Simmons, Lewis Furman, Zephanial Beal (estate), Thomas Grubbs (estate), Hodges Holmes (estate), Catharine Smith (estate), William Mead, Lawrence Somers, George Cormick, William Kennedy, Isabella Rae, Joseph Ward, Nathaniel Beach, Joshua Tulloss.
Screven County Wills 1808-1877
Tattnall County Misc. Estates
Warren County Wills in Book A (1793-1811)
Warren County Wills 1810-1829 (Images): Adams, James;Akins, John;Anderson, Willliam; Ansley, Abel;Baker, John;Baker, Sally; Bass, Reddick (hard to read);Barksdale, Henry; Bealle, Georgia Francis;Bealle, Mannam; Bealle, Robert;Bird, William; Brantley, Philip;Brantley, Philip (2); Bray, Joseph;Bunkley, Jesse; Burns, James;Bush, Thomas;Buttrell, Thomas; Cary, Finston;Castleberry, Nathan;Chapman, Asa (hard to read); Cody, James;Cooksey, Hezekiah;Culpepper, David; Danielly, Andrew;Durden, Jesse;Ellis, Sarah; Figalee, William;Franklin, Archilaus;Grier, Aaron; Gwynne, William;Hamilton, John;Harris, George; Hatson, Mark;Haynes, Thomas;Heeth, William; Herbert, Nicholas;Hight, Howell;Hill, Robert; Hilsman, Wader;Hurt, Elisha;Ivy, Sampson; King, Elizabeth;Lacy, Archibald;Lassiter, Burke; Latimer, Rebecca;Leek, Jonathan;Levin, Job; Locke, John;Lowe, William;McCormick, John; McMath, JosephNealy, SarahPate, Herbert; Roberts, Elisha;Sanders, Abram;Shivers, Jonas; Smith, John;Stainbeck, Francis;Stanford, Jesse; Stanford, Joseph;Stanford, Joshua;Thompson, James; Thompson, Lucy;Torrence, John;Tucker, Josiah; Upton, Benjamin;Wheeler, Benjamin;White, William Wiggins, George;Wright, Amos;Wynne, Robert
Warren County Wills & Letters of Administration Bk 1797-1801; Misc. Warren County Estates.