Welcome to Carroll County, Georgia
Postcard of Alma Allen and Clisty Broadwater, Burwell, Carroll County, Georgia, 1910*
Carroll County was formed June 1825
from land ceded by the Creek Indians. The original Carroll County
included the former Creek Indian Land lying North and West of the
Chattahoochee River. was bounded on the North by Cherokee Land, and
stretched South to West Point. It was about 40 miles wide and 100
miles long. Population in 1850 was 8,256 with 1,101 slaves. The
population in 1990 was approx. 72,000.
The Kinney Family (Circa 1905 - Temple, GA)
In front of their Home/Front Porch *
© Vanishing Georgia Project *
Temple, ca. 1905. Members of the Kinney family gather in front of their home for a photograph.
The men had come from the fields in their work clothes and had brought the mules. The women were dressed up.
Note the dolls held by the girls. Left to right: Claude, Dummer, Mattie Stallings,
Erma Belle (little girl), Ada, Annie, and Mr. and Mrs. James Kinney.
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Counties created from: Campbell, Douglas, Haralson, Heard +
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Diggin in GA
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Cities in this county are:
Villa Rica (part)
Address: P.O. Box 338 County Courthouse Carrollton, GA 30112-0006
Phone: (770) 830-5800
Fax: (770) 830-5992
Cook Family - Photograph of Kilpatrick, Asa, Henry, and Bethie Cook, Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia, 1903*
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