Hall County, Georgia was formed in 1818 from Franklin and
Jackson Counties, and Cherokee Lands. It was named for Lyman Hall (1724-90),
American Revolutionary War leader, born in Wallingford, Connecticutt.
He was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and
the 9th Governor of Georgia who served in 1783-85.
The following cities/towns are in Hall County:
Gainesville (the County seat),
Lula, Flowery Branch, Clermont, Gillsville, Chestnut Mountain,
Chicopee, Murrayville, Oakwood and New Holland. Gainesville is home for
Welcome to the
Hall County, Georgia Genealogy site.
I am Dan Pierce,
coordinator for Hall County. Thank you for stopping
by, and please check back frequently as new items are
continuously being added. Feel free to send me your
comments on this website, and please consider donating
any materials that you think may benefit those doing
research in Hall County.
This site is a member of
The GAGenWeb Project
and it's parent,
The USGenWeb Project.
The State Coordinator for Georgia is
Vivian Price Saffold.
The Regional Assistant for the Northeast Region is