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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Dade County GA Genealogy


Dade County Wills and Estates



Rising Fawn, GeorgiaDade County, GeorgiaPictured is Rising Fawn, Georgia. Dade County was created on Dec. 25, 1837 entirely from Walker County. Earliest settlers: Alvin Adkins, James R. Allison, S. E. Bromley, William J. Cagle, John M. Cantrell, William C. Cureton, J. A. Dozier, Thomas F. Smith, Ben F. Parker, Henry Arline, John and William Harrell. The earliest surviving will book was 1903 to 1948, so researchers need to use the other estate books, such as inventories and appraisements. 

Dade County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Inventories, Appraisements, Returns and Sales of Estates 1853 to 1877.
  • Will Bk A, 1903 to 1948.
  • Wills, Minutes, Estates, Book B, 1884 to 1904.
Images of Wills and Estates 1884 to 1886 
Testators: Allison, Hugh;Allison, James;Allison, L. W.;Cheek, A. J.;Cole, William; Cross, Alfred;Davis orphans;Hook, L. H., Mrs.;Killian,Parthena;Killian, W. H.;Morrison orphan;Nunnally, T. J.;Pace, J. G.;Patterson, Jonathan;Smith, J. C.;Sutton, Henry;Tatum, John;Townsend, Johnson

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