Wilkinson County Georgia
American History and Genealogy Project

Union Church, Irwinton, Ga.

Irwinton, Ga. 1916

Wilkinson County Courthouse, Irwinton, Ga.
Situated in beautiful Middle Ga, Wilkinson County is bordered by Baldwin, Washington,Jones, Twiggs & Laurens counties. When organized  in 1803,
from Creek land, Wilkinson embraced Dodge and Telfair, and parts of four other counties: Laurens, Montgomery, Pulaski, and Twiggs. 
The county is named  in honor of General James Wilkinson.  Irwinton, the county seat is named for Governor Jared Irwin.

     Some of the orginal settlers were Samuel Beall, Charles C. Beall, Solomon B. Murphy, John Hoover, John Meredith, Abner Hicks,
Alexander Passmore, John Freeman, Joel Rivers, Samuel Bragg, John Lavender, Isaac Hall, Green B. Burney, Wiley Shepherd, Joseph Hill,
William Lord, Jesse Pittman, M. Carswell, Anson Ball, Wm. Lindsey, and Ellis Harvill.

Birthplace of
Iternationally known antiques dealer Jim Williams;  Allstar  Pitcher Kevin Brown; and Rugby Player Phaidra Knight


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Common Misspellings - Wilkerson for Wilkinson; Irvington, Irwington for Irwinton

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