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The AHGP Genealogy Project


Welcome to The American History and Genealogy Project (AHGP), an unincorporated not-for-profit network of independent sites devoted to History &  Genealogy, and covering North American Countries and Territories. For more information about our group, including how you can join us, please see our About page.  My name is Christina Kurimski, I am the County Coordinator. I hope this website helps you along your endeavor of finding your ancestrial path.. My hope is to see this site grow, and it can only do that if you have are willing to submit information about the genealogy and history of Haralson County and would like to share it, please email me.

  Photo Album
  Family Group Sheets
  Brick Wall
  1895 Town & Cities
    Other Marriages
  Churches Today
  Death Certificates  

1919-1927 Off-site

  Death Index
    Court Records



    Research Volunteers
    Places to Research
    Newcomer's Page
    Genealogy Tidbits
    1886-87 Journal of John Joseph Off-site
    1871 Teacher's Certificate
    All About Me!


 The information contained in these pages are donated by the people and researchers of Haralson County.  This is a FREE Genealogy site and the presentation of material on this site may be used for personal genealogical research, but it can not be used in any compilation, publication, collection, or other reproduction for profit without permission.  We will make every effort to give credit and protect the rights of every individual.

Friends of
Haralson County, Georgia


Haralson County is located in Northwest Georgia between Carroll County on the south, Polk County on the north, Paulding County to the east and Cleburne County, Alabama to the west. It was named for Gen. Hugh A. Haralson. Buchanan is the County Seat and was named for President James Buchanan.

It was created in 1856 from Carroll and Polk Counties, but also has roots in Paulding County since Polk County was formed from Paulding County in 1851. Some of the Cities, towns and communities of Haralson County are Bremen [Kramer], Buchanan,
Tallapoosa [Possum Snout], Waco [Dean or Wacoville], Budapest [Maddenville], Buncombe, Corinth, Draketown, District Line, Dugdown, Felton, Flatwoods, Hooper, Little Creek, Little Vine, Liberty, Morgan, Nitra, Philadelphia, Popular Springs, Steadman, Tokai, Wesley Chapel, Wesson, and Wild Cat.

This Web Page is being put together by Friends of Haralson County to help those researching families from Haralson County. It is a free page and we hope that you can connect to others researching the same family lines in Haralson County. Use it as you would any other research tool. Try to document what you learn with family records and other records available in hard copy.

Happy Searching!!!


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GAGenWeb - Haralson County American Local History Network - Georgia American History & Genealogy Project - Georgia
Georgia Veterans GenForum - Haralson Co GA GenWeb Archives
Vanishing Georgia Haralson County Courthouse The Ga Dept of Community Affairs - Snapshots (Haralson County)
Buchanan High School Haralson County Historical Society Haralson County Veteran's Association
Vietnam Casualty List  Georgia Cemetery and Volunteer List Korean War Casualty List
WW II MIA Table Muster Roll of Haralson Brown Guards - C.S.A.

Faces of the Fallen

U.S. Service members who have died during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom


Company G 40th Georgia Infantry Regiment - Haralson Defenders Haralson 40th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company K, Haralson Invincibles

Militia District Maps

Off Site


Historical Atlas of Georgia Counties

A. Haralson County

1895 GA Atlas

A. Haralson County

Alabama Cemetery and Volunteer List
Tombstone Project Pledger Jeans Murphy National Archives and Records Administration
Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness The Civil War in Georgia by Eastern Digital Resources Social Security Death Index


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