Talbot County

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Talbot County was formed in December 14, 1827 from Muscogee County.  It was named after Matthew Talbot.  He was born in Virginia in 1767.  He settled in Wilkes County after the Revolution. 

 

Matthew Talbot represented that County in the Georgia Legislature.  He was the 30th Governor of Georgia for two weeks.  He died at his plantation near Washington, Wilkes County on 17 Sept 1827. Matthew Talbot is buried at Smyrna Church Cemetery in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia.

Welcome to Talbot County GAGenWeb!

So glad to see you here. 

 

I am your new county coordinator of Talbot County. My name is Trish Elliott-Kashima.  Happy to hear from you with suggestions,

ideas, information.

 

New: October 2017:

Additions to 1860 census - Geneva Dist.

  

 

Please consider sharing information on your Talbot County ancestors, old photographs, histories, bible records, land records, family

 group sheets, etc.    I plan to add new

 information every month so please check back often.

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Neighboring Counties:

Upson County

Taylor County

Marion County

Chattahoochee County

Muscogee County

Harris County

Meriwether County

 

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Our State Coordinator is Linda Blum-Barton

Assistant State Coordinator is Trish Elliott-Kashima

Our Regional Assistant is Suzanne Forte

County Coordinator is Trish Elliott-Kashima

This page was last updated on -10/25/2017

 

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