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Troup County Archives
~~ This is your most complete source
136 Main Street, P.O. Box 1051
LaGrange, GA 30241
706 884-1828 Fax 884-1840
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Search Troup County Archives Cemeteries
~LaGrange: Hill View & Hill View Cemetery
~LaGrange: Hill View Cemetery
~Family, Church, and Community Cemeteries, Confederate Cemetery in LaGrange.
~West Point: Marseilles Cemetery
~Pinewood Cemetery, West Point includes Confederate Cemetery in West Point
~Hogansville

Georgia Historical Society
501 Whitaker Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 651-2125
Library (912) 651-2128
Fax (912) 651-2831

Chamber of Commerce
Serving LaGrange, West Point and Troup County

La Grange College website

List of aerial photos of Troup County in the University of Georgia Map Room

General Resources:

Georgia Department of Human Resources
Vital Records Unit
2600 Skyland Drive, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30319-3640
Ph: (404) 679-4701
Fax: (404) 524-4278

  Genealogy and History

George Michael Troup
Troup County Courthouse

The Political Graveyard

Southeastern Genealogy Online--Troup County

Troup County Archives Troup County Historical Society

Georgia Land Lottery Act of 1825

Georgia Land Lottery map
Treaty of Indian Springs

Historical Organizations, Societies, and Libraries

Georgia Association of Historians
Georgia Department of Archives and History
Society of Georgia Archivists

Georgia Historical Society
Georgia Humanities Council

Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation

Hargrett Library University of Georgia

Historic Preservation Division Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Historical Society of the Georgia National Guard 

Georgia Historical Society
501 Whitaker Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 651-2125
Library (912) 651-2128
Fax (912) 651-2831

Photo Scrapbook: Selected Photographs from Our Holdings 
Troup Top Ten: The Century's Most Important Events
 
Horace King: Former Slave Turned Bridge Builder
 
Gen. James E. Oglethorpe: Visitor In Troup County?
 
Nancy Harts: Female Company Defends Against Raiders
 
Industrial Development: Textiles at Center of Local History
 
Robert E. Burns: Hollywood Reforms the Prison System
 
Education in Troup: Chalk Dust To Computer Disks
 
George M. Troup: County Name Perpetuates Governor's Legacy
 
Arabella Hill: Southern Cooking with Mrs. Hill
 

Georgia Data

Hall's Original County Map of Georgia (1895) 
Troup County Snapshot
 
Troup County Population Estimates
 
Troup County's Original Boundaries
 

Maps

Highway

Physical

Political

Demographic

UGA Hargrett Library Rare Maps Collection 
UGA Map Room
 
Georgia Department of Transportation County Maps
 
Library of Congress Map Collection
 
Map of Georgia's Colonial Parishes
  
U. B. Phillips: Famed Historian Had Troup Roots