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" EAST GEORGIA SETTLERS, FAMILY SKETCHES"

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THANK YOU TO ALL WHO SUBMITTED SKETCHES!

A huge thank you to Patsy Harris and to Faye Poss, our editors for this book and for each of you, who has contributed a family sketch, we also would like to say thank you as well.
This book will be of enormous value for those who can find information or links to their ancestors.
The book is a collection of sketches about people that lived at one time in one of the counties that the society covers. The sketches have been submitted from members and other researchers.

This book is 6"x9", 744 page, fully indexed, hardcover.

The book "EAST GEORGIA SETTLERS - FAMILY SKETCHES " feature sketches on the following:
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Robert Sidney Adair Jr.; Edmund Adcock; Daniel Harrison Agnew; Elijah Agnew; William Armour; Fielding W. Arnold; James Bailey Arnold; James Fielding Arnold; Stephen Arnold; Thomas Arnold Sr.; William Franklin Attaway;

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Albon Bailey; Joseph Bailey; William Bailey; William C. Baker; Isaac Ball; Robert Beavers; Daniel Beckum; John T. Beckum; Archibald N. Bellamy; Isaac Bentley; James Bentley; James Isaac Bentley; James Edward Berry; John Berry; John J. Berry; Charles Berryman; CharlesTaber Berryman Sr.; William Blake; Ezekiel Boggs; William Polk Boggs; John Bolling Sr.; Nathan Bond Sr.; Willis Bond; Geo. Washington Bonner Jr.; Jordan Bonner; Thomas Bonner; Gabriel Booth; Nathaniel Booth; Henry Thomas Boss/Poss; William Bradley; Edmund Brewer; John Brewer; Solomon Bridges; Gilbert Brook; Henry Brook; James Brook; Bradford Brooks; John Burch; Richard Chunn Burch; Archibald Burden; Thomas Burford; William Burford Sr. R.S.; Hezekiah Bussey;

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Enoch Callaway; Ephraim Castleberry; Jefferson J. Castleberry; Stephen Chatham; John Colbertson; Benjamin Cook; Kennon Cooper; Thomas Cordery; Oliver Cosby; David Cunningham; Franklin Cunningham; John Cunningham;

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George Darden Jr.; George Darden Sr. R.S.; James Darden; Thomas S. Darden; Chesly M. Davis; Arthur Dodwell; Hezekiah S. Dodwell; Chattin Doggett; Rubin Donaldson; William Pery Donaldson; James L. Dorough Jr. 1780; James L. Dorough Sr. 1736; Richmond Dorough; Henry Clay Doster; Jeremiah Duckworth;
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Eli Eavenson; William Allen Eavenson; Radford Ellis; George Nathaniel Evans; Rueben Andrew Evans; Thomas Evans; Thomas Alexander Evans;
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John Faulkner Sr.; Charles C. Ferguson; Charles H. Ferguson; James Sanders Ferguson; Thomas Fred Ferguson Sr.; Asa Chandler Fortson; Thomas Fortson; Holman Freeman; Joseph S. Freeman; John G. Fuller; Robert Fulwood;
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James Frederick Geer; George Alexander Gibson; Robert Richard Glenn; William Henry Glenn; James William Greenway; John Greenway; William Frank Greenway;
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James Chambers Hall; John Pryor Hall; Jeremiah Harrison; Ezekiel P. Harvey; Egbert Mark Harwell; George William Hauesler; Hillsman Hawk; Thurman Hawk; William Howell Hay; Aaron Hayes; George Haynie; Charles Franklin Hemphill; Henry Washington Hemphill; John Hemphill; John Herring; Samuel Higginbotham; Carter Hill; William Henry Hill; Thomas Hilley; Andrew Jackson Hood; Elisha Hood; John Van Rensselaer Robin Hood; Alexander Human; Frederick Human; Lewis Alexander Human; John Bradford Humphries; Ledford Humphries; John Henry Hurst;
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John Stewart Irby;
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Daniel Jackson; Jess Jarvis; Bolin S. Jeffries; George Jeffries; William Jeffries Jr.; William Robert Jeffries; Hardy Jernigan; Henry Saunders Jernigan; Needham Jernigan Jr.; Needham Jernigan Sr.; Allen Johnson; Peter Marcilliote Johnson;
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John Columbus Kirk; John Franklin Kirk; John Franklin Kirk; Athanlie Kitchen; William Othanlie Kitchens;
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Allen B. Langford; James Langford; William Langford; Henry Harrison Ledbetter; Joseph William Ledbetter; Thomas Joseph Ledbetter; Williamson Ledbetter; Elijah Lee; Priscilla Morgan Lester; Joseph Ligon; Robert Ligon; Samuel H. Loden; James Lovelace; William Lovelace; Charles Andrew Lowe; Grief Lynch;
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David Malcom; James Malcom; William J Martin; James Matthews Sr.; Eli Mayfield Sr.; Isaac William Mayfield CSA; James Allen Mayfield; James Orell Mayfield; James Radford Mayfield; Obediah W. Mayfield; Robert Mayfield; Robert Adair Mayfield; Willliam Jesse Mayfield; Cornelius Maynard; John Maynard; Nathaniel Maynard; Nicholas Maynard; Thomas Maynard; John Henry McCommons; Thomas McConnell Jr.; Thomas McCoy; Burrell Franklin McCullough; David Aldrin McDonald; James McDonald; Micajah McGehee; Robert McGinty; John McNeal; Enoch Meadow; Moina Michael; John Paul Miller Jr.; Moses Mills; Murrell J. Mitchem; James Nathaniel Mitchum; Elijah Calvin Moon; Jacob Moon;
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Edward Courtenay Paine; Levin Parkinson; Charles Lewis Patrick; William Pentecost R.S.; John Henry Peters Sr.; James Russell Phillips; John I Phillips; Mark Phillips; Reuben Phillips; Robert Thomas Phillips Sr.; Thomas R. Pledger; Jacob Poss;
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Abner Reeves; William H. Robinson; Willis Robinson; John Rogers; John Routon Sr.; William Routon; Benjamin Royal; James M Royal; John Royal, III, John Royal, Jr., R.S., William Wingfield Royal; Joseph Rutledge;
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Johann Nickolaus Schundrein; William Scrimshire; James Solomon I Settle; James Solomon II Settle; John Settle; Robert Henry Settle; William Morgan Settle; Zachariah Wm. Seymour Jr.; Zachariah Wm. Seymour Sr.; Isaac Simmons Sr.; Ezekiel Slaughter; Rubin Slaughter; Bradley Smith; David Smith R.S.; Green Wagner Smith; Jackson Smith; James Smith; Job Smith; Nathan Smith; William Sorrow; Jeremiah Sparks; Stephen Spruell Sr.; John Stapler; Thomas Stark; William E. Stark; Thomas Starke; Joseph Stevens; Henry Daniel Harrison Stewart; Henry Stoneham; Peter Strozier Rev.; John Swanson Sr.; William Swanson; William Swanson ; James Swords; Lewis J Swords;
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Caleb Taylor; Theophilus Taylor; William Taylor; Alexander Thompson Sr. R.S.; William Thompson; Eppy White Thornton; Thomas Thornton; John Tiller; Lodowick Tuggle; Robert Tuggle; George Turman; Geo. Washington Turner; John William Turner Jr.; John William Turner Sr.; Robert Hughes Turner;
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Adkin Upshaw; Forrester Upshaw; Leroy Upshaw;
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James Vaughn; Martin A. Venable;
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David Wade I; Edward Wade; Jeremiah M. J. Wade; Marion Wade; Thomas Ward Sr.; Nancy Waters; David Grissom Watkins; John Watkins; Alfred West M. Watson; Daniel S. Watson; Jesse Weathers Sr.; Asbury Cleveland Wellborn; Jesse Mercer Wellborn Sr.; Josiah M. Wellborn; Hugh White; John White; John Martin White; Robert White Jr.; Robert White Sr.; James Wiley; Osborn Wiley; John G. Wilhite; Duke Williams; Robert Pinkney ""Pink"" Williams; William Williams; William Pittman Williams; Andrew Jackson Williamson; Brooks Moon Willingham; Cash Willingham; John Willingham Jr.; Allen Harris Wilson; Charles W Wilson; John Columbus Wilson; Lewis Wright;
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Peter Zachry

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BARROW COUNTY

BARROW COUNTY, GEORGIA, CEMETERIES - OUT OF PRINT - Not Available
By East Georgia Genealogical Society. 2000.
Barrow County was created in 1914 from Jackson, Walton and Gwinnett counties therefore, many of the monuments refer to people who died in these counties. Markers were found for 8 Revolutionary Soldiers and over 80 for Confederate Soldiers.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 620+ pages. Index.
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BARROW COUNTY MARRIAGES 1915-1932
By East Georgia Genealogical Society
The book is alphabetically arranged by groom for the first book of White marriages, 1915-1932 and the first book of Colored marriages, 1915-1932. Contains a full name index of brides.
Soft Cover, 8-1/2" x 11", 70 pages.
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CLARKE COUNTY


FRANKLIN COUNTY

HISTORY OF FRANKLIN COUNTY GEORGIA
by Franklin County Historical Society, 1986.
Contents: Chapter I, Bicentennial; Chapter II, Before 1784; Chapter III, Creation and Settlement; Chapter IV, The Goverment; Chapter V, Education; Chapter VI, Communication; Chapter VII, The Economy; Chapter VIII, Churches; Chapter IX, Historic Houses and Family Groups; Chapter X, Towns; Chapter XI, Families; Chapter XII, Special Recognition; Appendix A, Cemeteries; Appendix B, Military Records; Appendix C, County Officials; Appendix D, Senators 1789-1984; Appendix E, Franklin County Industries; Appendix F, Register of Prefessional People; Appendix G, Carnesville Mayors and Council Members; Appendix H, 1830 Census; Appendix I, Articles from 1907 Lavonia Times.
Hardbound book with 836 pages plus Addendum. Indexed.
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GREENE COUNTY

THE CEMETERIES OF GREENE COUNTY GEORGIA
By (the Late) E. H. Armor, 1987
List of Cemeteries: A. Smith, Absalom Janes, Anderson, Armstrong, Askew, Atkinson, Bairdstown, Barnhart-Owens, Beasley, Beasley, Bethany Church, Bethel, Bethesda, Blythe, Bowden, Bowles-Durham, Broach, Broughton, Brown-Jones, Bruce, Bryan, Bryan Smith, Campbell, Carleton, Centennial Church, Cephas Lewis, Chambers, Chapman, Chapman, Clarke, Cochran, Colclough, Colt Grimes, Cook, Copelan-Credille, Copeland, Crawford, Credille, Curtright, Davant, Dawson, Dr. T Janes, English, Falby Walker, Favors, Findley, Finley, Fleetwood Lands, Fluker, Fork Chapel, Foster, Gaines, Geer, George Hall, Greene, Greensboro City, Greshamville, Hastings, Hays, Hester, Hightower, Hill Lewis, Hixon, Hugh Hall, Hugh Moore-King, Hutcherson, J. R. Cook, Jackson, Janes, Jarrell, Jenkins, Jernigans, Jim Carey, John Heard, Judge Heard, Kimbrough, Kimbrough, King, King-Perkins, Knowles, L. H. Cook, Leslie, Leslie-Wingfield, Liberty Church, Linch, Louise Church-Slaughter, Lundy-Amos, Macedonia, Mcjunkin, Mcwhorter, Metcalf, Minnish, Mitchell, Mitchell Thompson, Moon's Academy, Moore, Nash, Neely, Oakland (Gresham), Oconee Springs, Old Salem Church, Old Shiloh, Olive, O'neal, Owens, Park, Patillo, Penfield, Perdue, Perkins, Perry, Phelps, Pierce, Poullain, Pyron, Ran Dle, Reynolds, Rhodes-Corry, Ridge Grove, Riley Shoals, Rowland, Rowland, Ruark, Rutherford, Sankeytowns-Daniels, Shiloh Church, Siloam, Sims, Smith, St Mary's, Stephens, Stewart, Stovall, Swann, T Heard, Thompson, Thompson, Thornton, Tolbert, Tuggle, Jr., Tuggle, Sr., Union Point, 4 Unknown, Veazey, Walker Church, Ward, Ward Hill, Watson, Wesley Chapel, West, Westbrook, Wheeler, Whitaker, White Plains, Wm. Jackson, Woodville, Wright, Young, Zackry.
[Hard to find.]
Hardbound, 6" x 9.5", 1 lb 15 oz, 410 pages. Index.
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GWINNETT COUNTY


GWINNETT CO, GA 1820, 1830, 1840 CENSUSES
By Gwinnett County Historical Society. 1992.
All 3 Census in one book.
Hardbound 6" x 9". 366 pages. Index.
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GWINNETT CO, GA 1850 CENSUS
Transcribed by Kate Duncan Nesbitt; Indexed by Mary Ann Fitzgerald McClung; Published by Gwinnett County Historical Society. 1986.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 242 pages. Index.
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GWINNETT CO, GA 1860 CENSUS
By John V. Moore, Jr.; Published by Gwinnett County Historical Society. 1996.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 322 pages. Index.
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GWINNETT CO, GA 1870 CENSUS
By Susan Robinson Frazier; Published by Gwinnett County Historical Society. 1986.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 360 pages. Index.
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GWINNETT CO, GA 1880 CENSUS
Published by Gwinnett County Historical Society.
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GWINNETT CO, GA 1900 CENSUS
Published by Gwinnett County Historical Society. 2003.
Approx. 9 X 12 size, 576 pages.
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GWINNETT CHURCHES
By J.C. Flanigan
Histories of 92 of Gwinnett's oldest churches with listing of members in 1911. Reprint of 1911 edition.
Index. 520 pages
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GWINNETT CO, GA INFERIOR COURT MINUTES 1819-1861
This ledger survived the 1871 Courthouse fire. The only source for names of early settlers. 1987. Index. 75 pages
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HISTORY OF GWINNETT CO, GA VOL. I, 1819-1943
By J. C. Flanigan. Reprint 1995. Original 1943
The original county history. Chapters on the Indians, Ft. Daniel, Geography, Lottery, Confederate years.
Hardbound 6" x 9", 502 pages. Index.
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HISTORY OF GWINNETT CO, GA VOL. II, 1819-1960
By J. C. Flanigan.
Includes early marriages, sketches of towns, histories of early churches and family histories.
Hardbound 6" x 9", 751 pages including 122 page index.
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VANISHING GWINNETT I
Pictorial history of the county. 1993. Index. 212 pages.
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VANISHING GWINNETT II
By Dorsey Stancil. 2001.
More scenes of bygone days. A companion volume to Vanishing Gwinnett. Contains all new photos in eight sections including churches, schools, and family gatherings.
Hardbound, 288 pages. Index.
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GWINNETT CO, GA 1890 TAX DIGESTS
Substitute for the "lost" census.
128 pages.
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GWINNETT COUNTY, GEORGIA: FAMILIES 1818-2005
Copy right 2008 by Gwinnett Historical Society, Inc., A 433 family histories book by 188 authors contributed for publication to the Gwinnett Historical Society. The first edition sold out very quickly, so they quickly revised with minor corrections and republished this edition.
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JACKSON COUNTY

JACKSON COUNTY GEORGIA MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1805-1910
Transcribed by Patricia Freeman Hardin & Ted O. Brooke; Edited by Faye Stone Poss; Published by East Georgia Genealogical Society. 2003
The book contains 10,864 marriage records spanning 105 years! Complete Information is given for each entry: name of bride or groom, colored if indicated on the record, book and page where filed, and a column identifying if the "original" license is on file in the Jackson County Courthouse. Arranged alphabetically by grooms and also by brides.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 600+xiv pages.
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CEMETERY DATABASE OF JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA
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By Don Sailors
A unique database with photographs of every tombstone in Jackson County! Search by name, Date, etc. Info can be printed.
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY

OGLETHORPE COUNTY GA ABSTRACTS OF WILLS, 1794-1903

By Fred McRee, Jr.
(Will Books A through E), 2002.
Fully indexed including extensive list of slave names.
278 + 76 pp, hardback, 8.5”x11”, 2 lbs 12 oz.
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY GA MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1794-1852
By Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2005.
3,324 marriages listed. Separate Listings by Groom and Brides; Reference to original records included. Completely new work replaces error plagued Index of Frances T. Ingmire, 1985.
135 pp hardback, 8.5”x11”, 1 lb 7 oz
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY GA MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1853-1963
By Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2 nd Edition, 2000
12,803 marriages listed. Race, and age indicated where known. Combined Listings of Grooms and Brides; Reference to original records included. 468 pp, hardback, 8.5”x11”, 3 lbs 6 oz
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OGLETHORPE CO., GA, INFERIOR AND ORDINARY COURT RECORDS Vol I., 1794-1920
By Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2003.
Contents Include: Guardian and Administrator's Bonds 1794-1848 pp 1-103; Widow's Allowances 1856-1902 pp 104-131; Minutes of Inferior Court 1794-1807 pp 132-231; Minutes of Inferior Court Acting For County Purposes 1842-1854 pp 232-324; Miscellaneous Bonds 1794-1890 pp 325-340; Appointment of Policemen September 1, 1864 pp 341; Covenants 1794-1838 pp 342--353; Estray and Crimes Regarding Livestock 1843-1862 pp 354-357; Miscellaneous Correspondence 1801-1902 pp 358-363; Petitions To Establish Lost Papers 1819-1897 pp 364-368; Mortgages and Foreclosures 1803-1874 pp 369-392; Incapacitated Adults; Petitions of Lunacy Guardianship Bonds-Appointment of Guardians 1821-1919 pp 393-431; Bonds To Retail Spirituous Liquors 1826-1879 pp 432-436; Coroner Inquests 1844-1891 pp 437-442; Bridges 1818-1871 pp 443-456; Peddlers and Retailers Oaths and Licenses 1855-1908 pp 457-459; Pistol Toter's Bonds 1916-1924 pp 460-462; Bastardy Records 1806-1878 pp 463-470; Affidavits For Bail 1803-1867 pp 471-479; Appeals 1863-1897 pp 480-481; Confederate Pensions 1892-1902 pp 482-484; Contracts for Employee, Tennat of Cropper pp 485-486; Wage Hand Contracts 1908-1919 pp 487-492 , Cropper Contracts 1908-1919 pp 493-495; Tenant Contracts 1908-1919 p 496; Court Contracts with Laborers 1888-1896 pp 497-507; Violations and Dissolutions of Court Contracts 1874-1894 pp 508-510; False Pretense Warrants 1839-1891 pp 511-512; Pardons 1837-1870 pp 513-514; Miscellaneous Contracts 1820-1895 pp 515-522; Apprentice Indentures 1870-1920 pp 523-532; Poor School Children 1835-1837 pp 533-534.
Fully indexed, 534 + 60 pp, hardback, 8.5”x11”, 4 lbs 4 oz
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OGLETHORPE INFERIOR and ORDINARY COURT RECORDS, Vol. II
By Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2005
Contents Include: Guardian and Administrator’s Bonds 1812-1821 pp 1-33; Guardian and Administrator’s Bonds 1826-1829 pp 34-54; Guardian and Administrators Bonds 1848-1866 pp 55-155; Guardian, Administrator and Other Bonds 1866-1904 pp 156-224; Minutes of The Inferior Court 1808-1811 pp 225-239; Minutes of Inferior Court 1822-1832 pp 240-361; Minutes of Inferior Court 1852-1858 pp 362-475.
Fully indexed, 575+52 pp, hardback, 8.5”x11”, 3 lbs 12 oz
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY GEORGIA CEMETERIES, Third Edition, 2005 OUT OF PRINT
447 Cemeteries including GPS coordinates. Index Of Cemeteries: Adkins; Adkins, Booker; Amis/Abraham Hill; Anon Church; Anon Church; Antheny/Patton; Antioch Church; Appling, Sidney; Appling Slave; Armistead; Arnold, Stephen; Arnold, Thomas; Arnold's Grove Baptist Church; Arnold's Grove Baptist Church, Old; Amoldsville; Amoldsville Baptist Church; Atkinson Methodist Church; Aycock; Bairds Baptist Church; Ballard/Oliver; Barnett; Barnett Church; Barrow/Pope; Baugh; Beaverdam Prim. Baptist Church; Bell/Clark/Mattox; Bell/Cramer; Bell, Mamie; Berry; Beth Salem Presbyterian Church; Bethany Baptist Church; Bethesda Methodist Church; Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church; Biggers; Bolton; Bolton/Huff; Booth/Thaxton; Bowling, T.J.; Bradley; Bray; Bridges/Harris; Bridges, James L.; Bridges, John W.; Bridges/Smith or Watkins Grove Church; Bridges, Solomon T.; Brightwell, John; Brightwell, William; Broach; Brooks; Brooks; Brooks/Patman; Brooks, W.W.; Brown, Johnnie; Browns Primitive Baptist Church; Bryan/Daniel; Bugg #2; Bugg #3; Bugg, Hampton; Burt, Elmsley Parks; Burt, Filmore; Burt, J.M.; Burton; Burts United Methodist Church; Busbin; Butler; Butler; Caldwell/Thomas; Campbell/Crowley/Jewell; Carter/Fleeman; Carter, Wesley T.; Center Methodist Church; Chafin; Chain Gang; Chambers/Hendrix; Chandler; Chandler/Thomas; Cherokee Corner Methodist Church; Childress; Clark; Clark/Mattox/Bell; Clark's Grove Baptist Church; Cloud's Creek Church; Coile Grove Church; Collier Baptist Church; Collier Church; Collier, John V.; Collier, Vines; Collier/Howard Plantation; Colquitt, Amanda; Colquitt, Mary Lou; Colquitt, William H.; Colquitt/Stevens; County Line Baptist Church; County Line Baptist Church (old); Craft/Smith; Cramer/Bell; Crawford, Charles/Mathews; Crawford, Nancy; Crawford City; Crawford, William Harris; Crook/Eades/Pass; Crowley/Campbell/Jewell; Culbertson; Cunningham; Cunningham/Mattox; Cunningham, William; Daniel/Bryan; Darnett, George; Davenport; Davenport/Long; Dawson/Lester; Day; Deupree/Johnson; Dillard; Dillard, James Isaac Newton; Dixon, Amy; Dowdy, Martin; Dozier/Rees; Drake; Drake, James; Dunlap; Dunn; Durham/Gilliam; Dye, E.W.; Eades; Eades/Pass/Crook; Eberhardt; Eberhart, John R.; Eberhart/Mattox/Oglesby; Eberhart, William; Echols; Echols, D.; Edwards; Edwards; Edwards, Alice; Edwards Baptist Church; Eidson; Ellis; England; Esco (Easco); Escoe; Evans; Faithful Church; Falling Creek Methodist Church; Farmer; Faust; Faust, W.D.; Finch; Findley, Oliver; Fleeman; Fleeman/Carter; Fleeman/Gabriel; Fork Bethel Baptist Church; Friendship Baptist Church; Fullilove, John; Fullilove, Lucy; Furcron; Gabriel/Fleeman; Garbett; Gholston Church; Gilham; Gilliam/Durham; Gilmer, John; Gilmer, Thomas; Gilmer/Tucker; Glade Baptist Church; Glade United Methodist Church; Glenn, John; Glenn, John; Glenn, Joseph; Goldsby; Goldsby/Goolsby; Goolsby, George W.; Goolsby/Goldsby; Goolsby/Ward; Goolsby, William A.; Graham, David.; Graham, W.H.; Green; Griffeth; Grove Chapel Church; Gum Springs Church; Gunter; Gunter/Kent; Hale, John; Hammond/Hopper; Hardman; Hargrove; Harris; Harris/Bridges; Harris, John Henry; Harris/Mathews; Harris/Pass; Harris/Smith; Harrison/Jackson; Harrison, W.Z.; Hawkins; Hawkins; Haynie, Charles; Haynie/Stevens; Heard, Luther; Hendrix/Chambers; Herbert; Hill; Hill, Abraham/Amis; Hobbs; Holloman, David; Holmes; Hopper/Hammond; Howard; Howard, Abel; Howard, Asa; Howard/Collier Plantation; Howard/Jarrell; Howard, John; Howard, Robert; Hubbard; Huff; Huff; Huff; Huff/Bolton; Huff/Watkins; Hunter/Thomas; Hutcheson; Hutcheson, Peter/Johnson; Indian Creek Church; Indian Creek Church, Old; Jackson, Everett; Jackson/Harrison; Jackson, Mathew; James R. Huff; Jarrell/Howard; Jennings; Jennings; Jennings, Edmund D.; Jennings, Solomon; Jewell/Crowley/Campbell; John Sims; Johnson; Johnson; Johnson/Deupree; Johnson, Lucy; Johnson, Nathan; Johnson/Peter Hutcheson; Jones; Jones/Matthews; Kent/Gunter; Kidd/Wise; King; Landrum/Norton; Lane, William; Lankford; Lester/Dawson; Lexington Baptist Church; Lexington Presbyterian Church; Lighthouse Evangelical Methodist Church; Long/Davenport; Lumpkin; Lumpkin; Lumpkin; Marable/Maxey; Martin; Martin; Martin; Martin; Martin, Bessie; Martin, Cluff/Tiller; Mathews; Mathews; Mathews, Ann; Mathews, Colman; Mathews/Charles Crawford; Mathews/Harris; Mathews, Little Berry; Mathews/Smith; Matthews/Jones; Matthews; Mattox/Clark/Bell; Mattox, Jim Gray; Mattox/Oglesby/Eberhart; Mattox/Thornton; Maxey/Marable; Maxey's Christian Church; Maxeys Graveyard; Maxeys Sunset; Maxwell, Robert; McCannon/Marshall Tiller; McCannon, Mathew; McGehee; McHenry; McWhorter, Hugh; McWhorter, William; Meriwether, Francis; Meriwether, Francis; Midway Church; Milner; Mitchell; Mitchell/Pope; Moody, John W. Sr.; Moon, James; Moore; Morris/Young; Mt. Olive Church; Mt. Pleasant Church; Mt. Zion Baptist Church (new); Mt. Zion Baptist Church (north); Mt. Zion Baptist Church (main); Nash, Thomas; New Bethlehem Church; New Erie Church; New Harmonia Baptist Church; New Hope Baptist Church; New Moon's Grove Church; New Spring Hill Baptist; New Zion Church; Nicholson, Robert; Noell; Noell, J.T.; Noell, Newton; Noell, T.O.; Norton/Landrum; Oconee Baptist Church; Oglesby/Mattox/Eberhart; Oglethorpe County Convict; O'Kelley/Whitehead; Old Clouds Creek Church; Old Edwards Independent Church; Old Slave; Olive, Jesse; Oliver/Ballard; Owens; Palmetto Christian Church; Parks; Pass/Crook/Eades; Pass/Harris; Patman; Patman/Brooks; Patman, Elder David W.; Patton/Antheny; Patton, Jacob T.; Paul, James (Jimmie); Pentacost Chapel Holiness Church; Peterman/Jasper Tiller; Philomath Presbyterian Church; Phinizy; Piney Grove Church; Pleasant Hill Baptist Church; Pool, Jim; Pope (Slave) Cemetery; Pope/Barrow; Pope/Mitchell; Popes Chapel; Power; Pye, Mance; Ragan; Rocky Branch Church; Rose Hill; Russell Chapel A.M.E./Friendship Baptist Church (north); Russell Chapel A.M.E./Friendship Baptist; Church (South); Salem Baptist Church; Sanders; Sanders, J.H.; Sanders/Smith; Sandy Cross Baptist Church; Simpson Chapel; Slave; Slave; Smith; Smith; Smith; Smith, Benjamin; Smith, Brinkley; Smith/Craft; Smith/Harris; Smith, James E.; Smith, John; Smith/Mathews; Smith, Robert; Smith/Sanders; Sonlight Baptist Church; Spring Hill Baptist Church; Springfield Church; St. James AME Church; St. Paul AME Church; Steele; Stephens; Stevens; Stevens; Stevens; Stevens/Colquitt; Stevens Grove Baptist Church; Stevens, Joseph; Stevens, William C.; Stewart; Stewart, J.M.; Taylor, Clark; Temple Methodist Church; Thankful Baptist Church; Thankful Grove Baptist Church; Thaxton; Thaxton/Booth; Thaxton/Wynne; Thomas; Thomas/Caldwell; Thomas/Chandler; Thomas/Hunter; Thornton; Thornton/Mattox; Tiller/Cluff Martin Tiller; Tiller Slave; Tiller, Charles; Tiller, Elijah; Tiller, Elisha; Tiller, Hop; Tiller Infant; Tiller, Jasper/Peterman; Tiller, J. P.; Tiller, John Sr.; Tiller, Marshall/McCannon; Tiller, Randal; Tiller, Thomas R.; Tiller, William; Tiller, William C.; Tiller, William H.; Tiller, William P.; Tribble; Tucker/Gilmer; Tucker, Rudolph; 52 Unidentified Cemeteries; 2 Unidentified Churchs; Vaughn, Win.; Robert; Vesta Baptist Church; Walker, Sanders; Walker, William; Ward/Goolsby; Watkins, Cordelia; Watkins/Huff; Watkins, Jonathan; Watkins, Thaddeus; Webb; Webb, Benjamin; Welcome Avenue Church; Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church; Wheless, P.L.; Whitehead/O'Kelley; Williams, Benjamin B. Wilson; Wise/Kidd; Witcher, Benjamin Witcher, Charles; Witcher(?), Ambrose Wray; Wright; Wright Wynne/Thaxton; Yancy; Young/Morris; Young, Mack; Young, S.Y.’ Young, G.G.; Zuber.
Fully indexed, 306 pp, hardback, 8.5”x11”, 2 lbs 9 oz $35 + $3 shipping.
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA DEATHS (1874-1938)
by Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2006.
An extensive compilation of notices, tributes, and memoriams primarily appearing in the Oglethorpe Echo first published on Oct 9, 1874 and continuously since that time. Some issues, particularly around 1933 are missing along with scattered issues for other years. The period covered spans the last three years of Reconstruction, the turn of the 20 th Century, World War I and the beginnings of the Great Depression. Though some notices were abstracted, many are reported in full.
Fully indexed (index 85 pages not included in total page count) 395 pp of death notices abstracts, hardback, 8.5” x 11” 3 lbs. 8 oz.
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OGLETHORPE CO, GA Newspapers Extracts, The Oglethorpe Echo, 1874-1881, by Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2006. This 459 page book contains extracts from this weekly newspaper published in lexington, GA. Emphasis is on the daily life of the inhabitants; their occupations, social activities, politics, religion, etc. Includes a full name index.
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA Newspaper Extracts, The Oglethorpe Echo 1882-1888
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by Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2007. This 481 page book continues the portrayal of life in this county during the period indicated. Includes a full name index.
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA DEATHS (1939-1967)
by Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2007.
This 438-page hardcover book contains extracts of death notices, tributes, memoriams and obituaries published in the Oglethorpe Echo newspaper, Lexington.  It also contains the Georgia Death Index for Oglethorpe County deaths for the period of 1919-1967 and a full name index of all individuals mentioned in the notices.
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OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA Newspaper Extracts, The Oglethorpe Echo 1889-1894, by Fred W. McRee, Jr., 2009. This 463 page book continues the portrayal of life in this county during the period indicated. Includes a full name index.
Item OGL-12 ORDER


WALTON COUNTY

WALTON COUNTY GA CEMETERIES
By East Georgia Genealogical Society. 2002.
Walton County, GA Cemeteries (East) & Walton County, GA Cemeteries (West). Two GREAT reference books on all the known cemeteries in Walton County as of late 2002. State Hwy. 11 used as the East-West dividing line for division of cemeteries in these two volumes. All pertinent info included plus various appendices, full-name indexes plus much, much more!
Hardbound, 6" x 9". 548 pages for "East", 621 pages for "West".

"East" Book
Item WAL-01 ORDER

"West" Book
Item WAL-02 ORDER

"East" and "West" Two (2) Book Set
Item WAL-03 ORDER


GEORGIA

1805 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY FORTUNATE DRAWERS AND GRANTEES
By Paul K. Graham, 2004
Partial Contents: Land Lottery Process, Land Lottery Records, Ungranted Land, Baldwin County Districts 1-5, Wayne County Districts 1-3, and Wilkinson County Districts 1-5. [The first of a series of eight land lotteries conducted in Georgia, which replaced a corrupt Headright system following the Yazoo and Pine Barren Land Frauds of the 1790s. Overall, some 27 million acres were given at lottery 1805-1833. The present work also includes fractional land lots not in lottery but sold at auction in 1806. Records more than one million acres given by lottery as land lots of 202.5 acres each, approximately 24,000 individuals participated in approximately 40,000 draws in the 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, many listed records include specific relationships such as "widow", "orphan", or "son of".]
278 pp, Full Name index included, hardback, 7”x10” 1 lb 12 oz
Item GA-01 Out of Stock

1805 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY PERSONS ENTITLED TO DRAW
Compiled by Paul K. Graham, 2005.
Partial Contents: Land Lottery Process, List of Persons Entitled to Draws, Reliability, Eligible Drawers, Interpreting Draws, Search Tips, and 1805 Georgia Land Lottery Persons Entitled to Draws. [Approximately 25,000 names including duplicates listed with County of Origin, Draw(s) and any Prize.]
628 pp, hardback, 7”x10” 3 lb 5 oz
Item GA-02 ORDER

GEORGIA RESEARCH HANDBOOK - NOT AVAILABLE
By Robert S. Davis Jr. and Ted O. Brook
This is the latest edition and a must for Georgia Researchers!
Softbound, 8 1/2" x 11", 206 + xii pages, indexed
Item GA-03 ORDER NOT AVAILABLE


GEORGIA COLONIAL and HEADRIGHT PLAT INDEX 1735-1866
CD
By Mary H. Abbe
Item GA-05 ORDER  

Publications by Members of E.G.G.S.

The following Publications are listed on this site as a service to members and researchers of the twenty-eight counties that E.G.G.S. cover. E.G.G.S. does not sell the following publications. Contact the author for additional information.


CLARKE COUNTY

CLARKE COUNTY, (ATHENS), GA. NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS, 1808-1820
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/ ]
Includes classified and legal ads, tax defaulters list, letters remaining in the post offices, some marriage and deaths, etc. Primary counties included were Clarke, Jackson, Oglethorpe, Madison and Franklin. Newspapers: GEORGIA EXPRESS (8/1808-8/1813) and the ATHENS GAZETTE (2/1814-10/1820). Hardback, 8 1/2" x 11", 399 pages, fully indexed.

CLARKE COUNTY, (ATHENS), GA. NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS, 1826-1829, Vol.2
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
Continuation of abstracts for Athens, GA newspapers. Includes many misc. articles with genealogical content. The primary counties included were Clarke, Jackson, Oglethorpe, Madison, Franklin, Habersham, Hall, Gwinnett and Walton.
Hardback, 8-1/2" x 11", 398 pages, fully indexed.

The Southern Watchman, Athens, Georgia, Civil War Home Front Coverage, 1861-1865.
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/ ]
This publication furnishes abstracts during the Civil War era of happenings and news on the home front. Many rosters of soldiers in various companies are included from counties in northeast Georgia, and also lists of casualties that were posted in the newspaper. Letters from soldiers in camps or on the battlefields give much insight as to actual conditions during the Civil War. Legal notices are listed in a separate section and include notices from Clarke, Franklin, Gwinnett, Habersham, Hall, Jackson, Madison, Oglethorpe, Rabun, Walton and White counties.
This is an excellent book for both historians and genealogists, or others who want to learn more about the Civil War.
Two indexes: full personal name index and a subject/place index. Includes abbreviations list and photos of some of Georgia's heroes.
8-1/2 x 11", 586 + xiv, or 600 pages, hardbound

CLARKE COUNTY, GEORGIA MARRIAGE RECORDS 1803-1909
By Faye Stone Poss [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/] and Ted O. Brooke [2055 Foster Drive; Cumming, GA 30040. (770-781-9221) ] 2001. http://tedobrooke.com/publications.htm
Contains 9,275 marriages recorded in Marriage Books A through L as well as unrecorded original licenses on microfilm at the GA Dept. of Archives and History. Arranged alphabetically by grooms and also by brides. Hardbound, 6" x 9", 478 pages.


ELBERT COUNTY

ELBERT COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOKS A - J, 1791 - 1806
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214] 1997. 429 pages

ELBERT COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOKS K - R, 1806 - 1819
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214] 1997. 428 pages

ELBERT COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOKS S - W, 1820 - 1835
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214] 1998. 424 pages


HANCOCK COUNTY

HANCOCK COUNTY, GA SUPPLEMENT TO EARLY NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS, FARMER'S GAZETTE, 1803-1806
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
This book includes abstracts of 79 issues of the "Farmer's Gazette" that were located at Harvard University after the first book was written. Abstracts include personal ads, sales of property, notices regarding administration of estates, some death and marriages, sheriffs sales, tax collector's sales, etc. This book is an exact match to the first volume, making a very nice set. Hardback, 6"x9", 275 pages.

HANCOCK COUNTY, GA EARLY NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS "FARMER'S GAZETTE" 1803-1804, 1806-1807
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. (770-978-4346) http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
The Farmer's Gazette was a small weekly newspaper based out of Sparta, Hancock County - one of the earlier newspapers in GA. Includes the usual newspaper articles, etc.Hardback, 6"x9", 192 pages.

HANCOCK COUNTY, GA NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS "HANCOCK ADVERTISER" 1826-1830
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/ ]
This small weekly newspaper was based out of Mount Zion, GA. The abstracts include personal ads, transactions involving land, various other notices, letters in the post office, sheriff's sales, etc. Includes full-name index, slave/master index and a subject/place index. Hardback, 8 1/2"x11", 308 pages, attractive.


JACKSON COUNTY

JACKSON COUNTY, GA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, THE FOREST NEWS, June 1875 to January 1881
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
Abstracts contained are marriage and death notices; legal notices; guardian notices; sheriff's or tax collector's sales; letters of administration; articles that helps establish and identify various family relationships; articles that give more insight as to the characteristics, personalities or descriptions of various persons, their illnesses or accidents, etc. Clippings cover various items state-wide, such as deaths, hangings and marriages; however, the majority are for the counties of Jackson, Banks, Clarke, Gwinnett, Hall, Madison, Oconee, Oglethorpe and Walton.
Hardback, 8-1/2" x 11", 460 + xii pages, fully indexed with both a personal name and a subject - place index.

JACKSON COUNTY, GA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, JACKSON HERALD, Feb 1881 to Dec 1882.
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/ ]
Abstracts include marriages, obits, legal notices; articles that help establish various family relationships; some political, church and school association articles; many miscellaneous articles about residents of surrounding counties. The majority of articles were for the counties of Jackson, Banks, Clarke, Franklin, Gwinnett, Hall, Madison, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Walton and Wilkes. Two indexes: full-name and subject/place.
8-1/2 x 11", 418 + xii pages, hardbound.

JACKSON COUNTY, GA, DEED ABSTRACTS, BOOKS E-G, 1808-1822
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
This is the second book of deed abstracts for Jackson County, and covers Deed Books E, F and G, 1808 through 1822. A large percentage of the deeds include full land descriptions, or other identifying landmarks. Full-name & subject index.
Hardback, 6"x9", 499 pages.

JACKSON COUNTY, GA, DEED ABSTRACTS, BOOKS A-D, 1796-1808
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
Abstracts of Deed Books A, B, C & D. Land records are one of the most valuable sources of material available to the genealogist. Land records can provide positive identification of and individual. Hardback, 6" x 9", 392 pages, fully indexed.

JACKSON COUNTY, GA, WILL ABSTRACTS, BOOKS A & B, 1803-1888
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
Will abstracts, plus miscellaneous unrecorded Wills, for the period from 1803 to 1888. About 3/4ths of the Wills were substantiated by comparing the originals against the recorded versions.Hardback, 6" x 9", 364 pages, fully indexed.

JACKSON COUNTY, GA, EARLY COURT RECORDS, 1796-1831
by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
Abstracts, or transcriptions, from early court minutes. Some Wills and estate records are included for the period from 1796-1813. Index includes full personal names, subjects and places, and names of slaves. Published 1994. Reprint, 8-1/2 x 11”, comb-bound, 236 + vi pp.

JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, JACKSON HERALD, 1883-1885
by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
In the 1880s, railroads were expanded, and many people were either moving Westwardly, or South to Florida. Abstracts include "letters to home" from those who had moved, or other references to people who left Jackson County. These references can verify relationships to people in Jackson County. The new train routes made it easier for people in NE Georgia to visit other Georgia towns, or to visit their kinfolk who had moved. It was an exciting time of expansion!
This period of time was 18 to 20 years after the end of the Civil War and a noticeable difference was that many "colored" people were mentioned in the newspapers. No Georgia census records are available for 1890, therefore, the births and deaths mentioned in this book supplement known births and deaths for the period between the 1880 and 1900 census records. There were many deaths from consumption, pneumonia, typhoid fever, and particularly from the measles epidemic in 1885, as well as other diseases.
Abstracts include marriages, obits, legal notices, etc. The majority of articles referred to people in the counties of Jackson, Banks, Clarke, Franklin, Gwinnett, Hall, Madison, Oconee, Oglethorpe and Walton . . . but many other counties were mentioned. This is a great book, with much valuable information, for either historians or genealogists!
Book is: 8 ½ x 11", 354 + x = 364 pages, hardbound - $35.00. Full-name index and subject/place index.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

EARLY JEFFERSON COUNTY, GA, NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS, 1799 – 1811 by Faye Stone Poss, 2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039, http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/
Jefferson County was created from Burke and Warren counties on 20 Feb 1796, with Louisville being the county seat, and also Georgia’s 3rd capitol from 1796 until 1807. The Louisville Gazette was Louisville’s first newspaper.
Abstracts contained in this book are legal notices, sheriff’s sales, some marriages and deaths, land defaulters lists, and miscellaneous articles. The settlers mentioned were mostly from the counties of Washington, Jefferson, Warren, Hancock, Burke, and a few from Tattnall and Jackson. As very little is available in early records for these counties, the Louisville newspaper was of particular value from a genealogical and historical standpoint.
Hardbound, 8½" x 11", 353 + xi pages, with a Personal Name Index and a Subject/Place  Index.  $35, postage paid.



MADISON COUNTY

MADISON COUNTY, GEORGIA MARRIAGE RECORDS 1812-1909
By Ted O. Brooke [2055 Foster Drive; Cumming, GA 30040 (770-781-9221) ] http://tedobrooke.com/publications.htm
Contains 5,337 marriages, arranged alphabetically by grooms, also by bride.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 231 pages, pub 2001

MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, MADISON, GEORGIA 1824-1853
transcribed and indexed by Bonnie P. (Patsy) Harris  [1801 Sugar Creek Trail, Buckhead, GA 30625. (706-342-1011) ]
Hardbound, 197 pages


MORGAN COUNTY

MORGAN COUNTY, GEORGIA DEED BOOKS A - G, 1808 - 1820
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214]
534 pages pub 2002

MORGAN COUNTY, GEORGIA INFERIOR COURT for ORDINARY PURPOSES, 1808 - 1834, & WILL BOOKS A & B, 1808 - 1830
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214]
548 pages pub 2003

EARLY MORGAN COUNTY, GEORGIA NEWSPAPERS 1842-1861
By Bonnie P. (Patsy) Harris  [1801 Sugar Creek Trail, Buckhead, GA 30625. (706-342-1011) ]
380 pages, hardcover, pub. in 2000.

EARLY MORGAN COUNTY, GEORGIA NEWSPAPERS. the 1870's-VOL.1
By Bonnie P. (Patsy) Harris  [1801 Sugar Creek Trail, Buckhead, GA 30625. (706-342-1011) ]
280 pages, hardcover, pub. in 2001.

EARLY MORGAN COUNTY, GEORGIA NEWSPAPERS. the 1870's-VOL.2
By Bonnie P. (Patsy) Harris  [1801 Sugar Creek Trail, Buckhead, GA 30625. (706-342-1011) ]
388 pages, hardcover, pub. in 2003.


OGLETHORPE COUNTY

OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOKS A - E, 1794 - 1809
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214]
517 pages pub in 1999

OGLETHORPE COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOKS F - J, 1809 - 1820
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214]
465 pages pub in 2000

WILKES COUNTY

WILKES COUNTY(WASHINGTON), GA, NEWSPAPER ABSTACTS 1802, 1805-1809
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
The Monitor newspaper, published in Washington, Wilkes County, was one of the earliest newspapers in the northeast section of Georgia. The various articles and legal notices were from many surrounding counties including: Baldwin, Clarke, Columbia, Elbert, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, Jackson, Jefferson, Lincoln, Oglethorpe, Warren, Wilkinson and many others.
Hardback, 8-1/2" x 11", 353 + xii pages

WILKES COUNTY(WASHINGTON), GA, NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS, 1810-1815, Vol. II
abstracted by Faye Stone Poss; [2767 Centerville Rosebud Road; Snellville, GA 30039. http://fayestoneposs.tripod.com/]
Abstracts for the Monitor (6 Jan 1810 - 6 Jan 1815), and The Friend and Monitor (13 Jan 1815 - 22 Dec 1815), the earliest newspapers in Wilkes County. This is a continuation of prior volume. Abstracts include: classified and legal ads; letters at the post office; lists of tax defaulters; marriages, death or divorce notices; estate sales; sheriff's sales; tax collector sales; coroner's sales; and a few national items. A good many articles are included about the events leading up to the Creek Indian Wars in 1812 and 1813, Indian hostilities, and an accounting of some of the battles fought. Not much has been written about this period of Georgia history, and this book will provide greater insight, as well as aid in your genealogical research. Although the clippings are for many Georgia counties, the majority are for the following: Baldwin, Clarke, Columbia, Elbert, Franklin, Greene, Lincoln, Oglethorpe, and Wilkinson. Full name, slave/master, and subject/place indexes.
Hardbound, 8 x 11", 307 + xii pages.

WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOK A-V V, 1784-1806
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214] 1996.
Only irregular books remain. The irregular books have a few loose pages not bound into the books, but all pages are included. 974 pages

WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA, DEED BOOK A-V V, 1784-1806 - on CD (2003)
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214] 1996.
Windows 95 or later with Microsoft Internet Explorer (or Netscape) 4.0 or later.
Internet access is not required. The CD has a linked index for browsing and searching.

WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA, WILL INDEX 1777-1921
By Ted O. Brooke [2055 Foster Drive; Cumming, GA 30040 (770-781-9221) ] 1997. http://tedobrooke.com/publications.htm
Contains index to 1,076 testators of all original and recorded wills.
Paper cover, 6" x 9", 31 pages, (1997)


GEORGIA

INDEX TO GEORGIA'S CONFEDERATE PENSION SUPPLEMENTS
By Ted O. Brooke [2055 Foster Drive; Cumming, GA 30040 (770-781-9221) http://tedobrooke.com/publications.htm] and Linda Woodward Geirger, CGRS, CGL
This statewide index contains references to more than 7,500 Confederate veterans and/or widows not indexed elsewhere.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 224 pages, (1999).  


FAMILY HISTORIES

THE GENEALOGY OF THE WEBSTER, MARTIN, DOZIER, STAPLES, & STARKE FAMILIES OF WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA
By Michal M. Farmer [P.O. Box 140880; Dallas, TX 75214] 1994
848 pages

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