Mitchell County, Georgia Resources

Addresses:

Mitchell County Clerk / Vital Records Office
Courthouse
P.O. Box 187
Camilla, GA 31730-0187
Phone: 229.336.2000
(Superior Court): 229.336.2022
FAX: 229.336.2003
Mitchell County Probate Court
P.O. Box 229
Camilla, GA 31730-0229
Phone: 229.336.2016

Mitchell County Health Department
P.O. Box 283
88 W. Oakland Avenue
Camilla, GA 31730
229.336.2055
Camilla Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 226
124 East Broad Street
Camilla, GA 31730-0226
Phone: 229.336.5255
FAX: 229.336.5256
Email: chamber@camillageorgia.com

DeSoto Trail Regional Library
145 East Broad Street
Camilla, Georgia 31730
Phone: 229.336.8372
FAX: 229.336.9353
Email: DeSoto Trail Regional Library Email
Miller County Library Branch
James W. Merritt Memorial Library

259 E. Main St
Colquitt, GA 31737
Phone: 229.758.3131
FAX: 229.758.3131
Hours: M - F 11:30am-5:30pm

Seminole County Library Branch
104 W. 4th St.
Donalsonville, GA 31745
Phone: 229.524.2665
FAX: 229.524.8913
Hours: M - Sa 9:30am-5:30pm
Southwest Georgia Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 4672
Albany, Georgia 31706

The Georgia Department of Vital Records
Vital Records Service
2600 Skyland Dr. N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Phone: (404) 579-4701
Has birth and death records from January 1, 1919 and marriage and divorce records from June 1952.

Printable order forms to order birth and death records from The Georgia Department of Vital Records:

If your request is urgent, you may call and charge your certificates to your Visa, Discover, or MasterCard. There is a $5.00 fee for this service, plus $15.50 if you want your certificate to be shipped by overnight Federal Express.



Books:


Microfilm:

Unofficial listing of some records available on microfilm through the LDS Family History Library. (Note: Due to possibility of error in transcription, please verify the title and number of the film before ordering.)

Cemeteries

Census Records

Civil War Records

Court Records from 1858

Homestead Records

Land Records from 1858 - Some deeds (i.e. slaves) are not in the comprehensive indexes. Double-check the individual indexes of the early deed books.

Marriage Records from 1867-1960

Military Records (See also Civil War)

Probate Records from 1846-1958


Newspapers:

Issues of these newspapers are on microfilm thanks to the Georgia Newspaper Project at the University of Georgia at Athens and are generally available through InterLibrary Loan.


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