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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New Georgia County Genealogy
Dawson County GA Cemeteries
- Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
- Bird Family Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
- Dawsonville Cemetery, Dawsonville Georgia
- High Shoals Church Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
- Kelly Family Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
- Lebanon Church Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
- Martin Family Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
- Palmer Family Cemetery, Dawson County Georgia
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.
New Georgia History
Federal Writers Project:
- An Air-Minded Family – Mrs. Omie Williams Epps
- Bargain House – J. Buford Dudley
- Dee, The Washwoman -Sarah Hill
- Georgia Land Lottery Act of 1825
- Sectional Aspect of the Seminole War
- Indian Treaties with Georgia
- Formation of Georgia
History Stories – Youth
- Roster of the 52nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company I
- Compiled Service Records of Georgia Revolutionary War Soldiers
Index to Compiled Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Served in the American Army in Georgia Military Operations 1775-1783.
- Georgia Citizens and Patriots
A list of names of petitioners in Georgia who wrote protesting the appointment of Lachlan McIntosh to Brigadier General in the Army of the United States.
- Volunteers in the War with Mexico
Revolutionary War Soldiers Civil War Records Roster Company C; 3rd Volunteer Infantry Spanish American War Deceased Members of Newnan Guard Veterans and Pensions Confederate Widows and Veterans in 1893 Confederate Pension List 1898 Confederate Veterans in 1927 World War 1 Records World War 2 Casualty List Korean War Casualty List Vietnam War Casualty List
Liberty County, Georgia Surname Researchers The following individual researchers have requested that we place their surname and email on this website in order to exchange information with others who may be searching the same surname in Liberty County, Georgia. To add your name to this list simply leave a comment below providing the surnames of the people you are researching who at some point in time resided in Liberty County, Georgia. We will periodically update this list with those comments below, deleting the comment. SURNAME RESEARCHER NAME WEB SITE Acree Felicia Hardoby-Mittan N/A Akery Felicia Hardoby-Mittan N/A Anderson Laura Anderson-Sweat…
George D. Swindle/Swindell (b 3/9/1829:d 10/11/1910) served in Company D and Company H, 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Calvary during the Civil War or the War between the States. He is buried in the “Old” Poplar Head Church Cemetery (that is now a part of Long County, GA) on the Fort Stewart US Army Reservation, Fort Stewart, GA. Unable to obtain any other specific data on his military duty. William Ralph Swindell (b. about 1899; d Unknown), grandson of George D. Swindle/Swindell served in the Liberty Independent Troop, Liberty County, Georgia He attended his fathers (George Brook Swindell) funeral on 2/12/1917…
Wells Family Cemetery, Gum Branch, Georgia Orren H Joyner Marker Photo copyright © and submission by Bob Carter. If you have any additions or corrections that you would like for me to make please contact me. Your contributions will be most welcome.
Madison County, GA Marriage Index Book 2 (1900-1908) The following pages were copied from an index compiled by the county clerk from the original marriage books. If a date is not listed, I do not have a date yet. Please note that the spelling was taken directly from the original marriage books as written by the clerk of that time period and may not reflect the actual spelling of today. Good luck in your research! If you wish to get a Xerox copy of the original marriage record, contact the Madison County Courthouse. Be sure to include groom name, bride…