Fulton County, Georgia
Fulton was formed in Dec. 20, 1853 from DeKalb.
On Jan. 1, 1932, Campbell and Milton merged with Fulton.
Campbell was formed Dec. 20, 1828 from Carroll, Coweta, Dekalb, and Fayette.
Milton was formed Dec. 18, 1857 from Cherokee, Cobb, and Forsyth, which were
all formed in 1832 from Cherokee Indian Land.
The County Seat is Atlanta.
Official Website of Fulton County,
Department of Health and
Martin Luther King, Jr.
NHS: Historic Resource Study (Table of Contents)
College Park, Georgia
East Point, Georgia
History and Genealogy
Alpharetta Historical Society
Milton County Genweb
Fulton County Ga Census including
BAPTIST ORPHANS HOME - EAST POINT - 1900 CENSUS
GEORGIA CENSUS - Hebrew Orphan's Home - FULTON CO., Atlanta
Index Fulton County, GA
Postcards from Fulton County, Georgia
(1854-1916) & Joseph Jackson Lovelace (1891-1983) of Bartow County &
Fulton County, GA
Cemetery from Atlanta Jewish Times
Fulton County, GA Genealogy
County, GA Message Board