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Monday, June 18, 2012

Digital Images of Morgan County Wills

Morgan County Wills and Estates
Morgan County Court HouseMorgan County Court House. Morgan County was created from Baldwin County in 1807 by an Act of the General Assembly and was named after the very popular and famous Revolutionary War General and later Virginia Congressman, Daniel Morgan. Morgan was remembered for his rugged gallantry and for his victory over the British at Cowpens in 1781. The county set of Madison was named after President James Madison in 1808.

Morgan County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers
  • Morgan Co. Will Bk A, 1808-1815 (abstracts).
  • Morgan Co. Will Bk B, 1815-1830 (abstracts).
  • Index to Morgan County Will Book A, 1808-1815.
  • Index to Morgan County Will Book B, 1815-1830.
  • Index to Morgan County Will Book C, 1831-1866.
  • Index to Morgan County Will Book D, 1858-1899.
  • Index to Morgan County Estate Miscellaneous Records, 1808-1814.
Morgan County Will Book A, 1808-1815 (Digital Images of the following sills).
  1. Allen, James.
  2. Atkins, George Lee.
  3. Bailey, William.
  4. Banckston, Daniel.
  5. Bryant, Patrick.
  6. Buchanan, Joseph.
  7. Carleton, Henry.
  8. Davis, John.
  9. Davis, Thomas.
  10. Fielder, James.
  11. Hamilton, Robert.
  12. Hanson, Edmund.
  13. Jones, John.
  14. McMurray, William.
  15. Mitchell, William.
  16. Patillo, David.
  17. Snellings, Peter.
  18. Stroud, John.
  19. Whatley, Elizabeth.
  20. Wootan, Jeremiah.
Miscellaneous Wills and Estates (Digital Images).
  • Dickson. M. Sr., LWT (1888).
  • Malcom, Gannaway, LWT transcript (1838).
  • Malcom, James Jr., LWT transcript (1834).
  • Malcom, James Sr., LWT transcript (1829).
  • McCoy, Ewell, LWT transcript (1847).
  • Coy, John, LWT, transcript (1831).
  • Smith, Charles, LWT (image) (1822).
  • Walker, Edmond, LWT (image) (1878).


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