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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Digital images of Wayne Co. GA Wills


Wayne County Records

Wayne County was created in 1803 from ceded Creek Indian lands and was named after MadAnthony Wayne, a commander from Pennsylvania during the Revolutionay War. The county seat is Jesup, Georgia.

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Wayne County Databases Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers
  • Index to Wayne County Wills 1884-1927.
  • Index to Wayne County Annual Returns, Book M, 1875-1878.
Digital Images of Wayne County Wills (1882-1892)
Testators: Sherrod Akins, John Black, Alexander Brutice, James Causey, Christine Prentice, Islam Reddish, John Rumph, John Scott, Mary Trawell and John Umphries. 


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