Pulaski County

Pulaski County Georgia Wills

There are four volumes of records in the Ordinary’s office, from which the following abstracts of wills and of estates have been taken. The first volume is not marked by alphabetical order, and contains only six wills, dating from 1809 to 1816; the second volume, Book A, covers the years 1810 to 1848; the third volume, Book B, from 1853 to 1906; the fourth volume, Book C, from 1910 to 1935. As a key to understand the abbreviations: w. is for wife; d. daughter; s. son; b. brother; c. child or children; h. heirs; g.c: grandchildren; m. mother; f. father; …

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Pulaski County, Georgia Land Lottery

In 1802 Georgia ceded to the US all the land between the Chattahoochee and the Mississippi River, in return for a promise from the US to remove all Indians from Georgia’s reserve territory. “By purchase if possible; by pressure if necessary.” By an act of the Legislature in the year 1803, the new Purchase of lands from the Indians west of the Oconee River was distributed under the first Land Lottery system. Under it the public lands as they were from time to time freed from Indian occupancy, were at public cost surveyed into small lots of uniform size and …

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Pulaski County Georgia Marriages

Pulaski County, Georgia Marriages to the year 1930 5800 marriage records for Pulaski County, Georgia, broken down alphabetically by groom name. Not searchable Posey, Nehemiah – Certificate of Marriage, 1777

Pulaski County, Georgia History

Rude drawings in caves once inhabited by the early Cave-Man and crude writings expressed the desire of our most ancient ancestors to give to posterity their history. In the great pyramids of Egypt the Egyptians went even farther, and, in addition to carving their history in stone, undertook to send down their royal personages in actual bodily preservation and presence. This history of Pulaski County is an attempt to recreate on the printed page and to make live again before our eyes the Indians fishing along the banks of the Ocmulgee; the earliest American explorers as they crossed our county …

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Pulaski County Georgia Genealogy and History

Welcome to Pulaski County, Genealogy and History website. Our names are Dennis Partridge and Judy White, and we are the host of this county website. We welcome you and request your participation! If you have questions, please ask. If you can provide data for Pulaski County, Georgia then please do! This website is affiliated with The American History and Genealogy Project (AHGP)  and Georgia AHGP. For County web sites to grow they need information! You can help by submitting information on Pulaski County, if you have comments, or find a broken link:-(, please use our comment form. If you would …

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Pulaski County, Georgia Biographies

Pulaski County is not one of the largest counties of the State, but it takes just pride in the men and women it has given to the world. Hawkinsville has furnished Macon and Atlanta, as well as other cities, such a noticeably large number of “leading citizens” that outsiders are sometimes said to wonder if there can be any good people left in the county. As an outsider sojourning here for the past seven years, I am in position to testify that, instead of giving out all of her “leading citizens,” she kept her best at home. Never have I …

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