Georgia Genealogy

Georgia Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Georgia ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Georgia history.

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Troup County GA Resources

  • Post-Civil War Black Marriages in Troup County Georgia
    This database of marriage collected by C. W. Barnum for the Troup County GA AHGP comes from the official marriage books of Troup County GA. These are marriages which occurred between black individuals after the Civil War through 1902.

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Thompson Extractions from the Georgia Land Lottery Papers

Thompson Extractions from the Georgia Land Lottery Papers 1805-1914 by Davis Lucas From: The Georgia Black Book By David Lucas Submitted by Dortha Gamel BALDWIN COUNTY Lot 196-3 Troup, Milledgeville Geo. 1 April 1839 Information having been given through the Southern Recorder (a Newspaper in the city of Milledgevillle) by the following advertisement viz. Executive Department Milledgeville, 2nd October 1838. UPON the application of THOMAS THOMPSON, POLLY THOMPSON’S illegitimate, of Columbia County, by which it appears, that Lot number one hundred and ninety-six,(196) in the (3rd) District of Troup County, was drawn by said illegitimate, and that the said lot…

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Early Tax list for Morgan County Georgia

This first Tax list of Morgan County, Georgia serves to record the Pioneers in that territory. It was compiled from the 1807 Baldwin County, Georgia Tax lists. Morgan County and Putnam County were formed from parts of Baldwin County. This exhibit includes names extracted from Microfilm reel 187/27 Georgia Archives (partial) Stephens’ 2nd Land Lottery District which is currently Baldwin and Putnam Counties.
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Troup County, GA Population and Components of Change

Troup County, GA Population and Components of Change Date Population % Change Components of Change Total Population Change Births Deaths Inter- national Immigra- tion Net Domestic Migration 1970 44,466 – – – – – – 1971 44,700 0.5 234 – – – – 1972 44,700 0.0 0 – – – – 1973 45,700 2.2 1,000 – – – – 1974 46,500 1.8 800 – – – – 1975 47,100 1.3 600 – – – – 1976 47,500 0.8 400 – – – – 1977 47,800 0.6 300 – – – – 1978 48,300 1.0 500 – – – – 1979…

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Descendants of James Park

James Park, born 1752, Prince Edward Co., Virginia. The first wife of James Park was Elizabeth Sankey. This marriage was in Virginia. There were 2 children from this marriage: Richard Sankey Park who married Nancy Walker and had 4 children. Three of Richards children were daughters who married. They were Mary Robinson, Betsey Ann Dawson, and Nancy Holder who all resided in Georgia. Betsey Ann Park who never married. James married second, Phoebe Hogue 1794, Died Nov.27, 1823. Issue: Harriet Park, married a Swinney James Park, Jr. Joseph Park Matilda Park, … married a Chamberlain Sophia Park, b. October 30,1800…

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Joseph Moore Bible Pages

The Bible is in the hands of Jaca Mills near Ocala, Fl, dau of Lois Rawls, dau of Jaca Lillian Moore, dau of James Park Moore. Joseph Moore b. Dec 28, 1787 N.C. Martha Matilda Goss b. 7/12/1791 Ga. Married 1/19/1809 Greene Co. Ga. Joseph d. 8/23/1860 Merriwether Co. Ga Martha Matilda (Patsy) Goss Moore m. Isaac Thrash 3/16/1865 Family Register Births and Deaths Elizabeth Emily b. 12/06/1809 M. Robert Holt 12/22/1829 William F. b. 10/11/1811 d. 10/26/33 age 22 Mary Sophia b. 10/11/1812 m. Wiley M. White Charles G. b. 2/03/1816 m. Mariah Edwards, 2nd Sarah Jane Unknown Martha…

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