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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Wayne Co. GA Genealogy, Images of old Wills

Wayne County Records



Wayne CountyWayne CountyWayne 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.

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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