Genealogical Angels to this Site
*These two have been a driving force
behind this website since it inception.
Wyndell Taylor & Wally Smith
HISTORY OF PAULDING COUNTY
Paulding County was one of the ten (10) counties made up from
the first Cherokee County and was one of the most remote areas
in North Georgia. Only a single minor east-west route ran through
Paulding county at that time. This route began at the "Shallow-Ford"
of the Chattahoochee, and thus ran south of Kennesaw Mountain
and due west to Alabama, where it passed near the present-day
town of Dallas. More History Here and
AND TOWNS IN PAULDING IN PRINT & PHOTOGRAPHS
Cities & Towns: Historical
-Photo Galleries -
Hiram Photos * *Photos
New Hope Cemetery *
RESEARCHER: Are you wanting to post
a query, or register a surname, Visit the library, visit the Historical Society, Visit the Genealogical Society. Want to know where to get information?
Courthouse information or towns/cities in Paulding? Resources in Paulding are found here.
POST YOUR SURNAMES TO THE REGISTRY HERE and any information on your family
Other Resources To View
| Polk | Cherokee
site is now an independent page on the internet, we are not associated
with a project, we will continue to transcribe data, answer queries, and
conduct this site as we have in the past, ONLY BETTER, since we will
have more time to devote to the sites. Please continue to visit
and support this site, we truly care about this county because of
Chuck's ties to the county through the Hulsey, Pierce, Brown, Baxter
families that he is related to. UPDATE 2006 - This site is now
linked from AHGP &
Let's make Paulding County shine together.
Thanks to all of You who have contributed to this site!
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