Troup County

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All of these resources are located at Family History Centers. This is a guide. Do not use this for ordering. Refer to the Family History Catalog, Troup County. AUTHOR Georgia. Superior Court (Troup County) TITLE Superior Court minutes, 1832-1905. PUBLICATION INFORMATION Salt Lake City Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1962 Atlanta, Ga. Department of Archives and History FORMAT 13 microfilm reels 35 mm NOTES Microfilm of original records filmed at the Troup County courthouse in La Grange, Georgia. CONTENTS Partially indexed Minutes 1832-1844 ———————— 0295933 Minutes 1844-1853 ———————— 0295934 Minutes, v. 6 (p. 1-860) 1854-1858 ———————— 0295935 Minutes, …

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Fast Facts about Troup County

 Troup County , GA County Administration Building P.O. Box 1149 La Grange , GA 30241-1149 Phone: (706) 883-1610 Fax: (706) 883-1743 Chamber of Commerce County Seat: La Grange 60,000 Residents Main Post Offices: Hogansville ~3,000 population La Grange ~30,000 population Mountville ~1,000 population West Point ~3,600 population Sq. Miles 414 Population estimations by place. USGS National Mapping Information. Place Name Population Latitude Longitude USGS Map Abbottsford 684 330250N 0851047W Abbottsford Andersons Corner 845 325236N 0845706W Hilyer Antioch 746 330627N 0851012W Abbottsford Ashling Place 700 330518N 0850315W La Grange Asta Village 720 330748N 0845833W Hogansville Bartley Road Estates 740 325850N 0850005W …

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Eleventh Land District Grantees, Troup County, Georgia

The lot numbers followed by an asterisk (*) are fractional lots of less acreage than those unmarked; those followed by a plus (+) are not wholly in Troup County; the county from which registrations were made is the third column; names followed by an asterisk (*) are revolutionary soldiers or their widows; those followed by a plus (+) are soldiers of Indian wars or their widows. Source: History of Troup County, Atlanta, Ga.: Printed by Foote & Davies Co., c1935, pp 20-21.

Troup County Georgia Databases

These links are for all known databases. If you have a database for Troup County, Georgia, of any kind, please send the link (or the data itself) to us and we will present it here. Submitters remain the copyright owner. Below are mostly off-site links. Please use your Back Button to return here. Micro Fiche and film: Family History Center (FHC) click here Bibles: Emory Bible LaFayette and Ada Alice (Huguley) Lanier Bible Joel Smith Bible Brown/Sayers Bible James Willson, Sr. Bible Biographies: James Daniel John Daniel Charles “Charlie” Augustus DeLoach W. P. Edmonson W. S. Evans W. H. Fincher …

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Dianna’s Corner

Dianna Wood graciously donated files from her research.  Thank you Dianna, we all appreciate your wonderful contribution!  Date donated 3 June 2002. Copyright remains with the submitter. Troup County Marriages: Alphabetical Groom’s Surnames A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  T U V W X Y Z Dianna’s Death records for Troup County: Compiled by year: SSDI Year 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 2002 Resources at the Family History Centers – Click here for list of fiche, film and books.

Creek Treaty of 1825

Articles of a Convention entered into and concluded at Indian Springs, between Duncan G. Campbell and James Meriwether, Commissioners on the part of the United States of America, duly authorized, and the Chiefs of the Creek Nation in Council assembled. Whereas the said Commissioners, on the part of the United States of America, have represented to the said Creek Nation that it is the policy and earnest wish of the general government, that the several Indian tribes within the limits of any of the several states of the Union should remove to territory to be designated on the west side …

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History of the Courts of Troup County Georgia

SUPREME COURT The Supreme Court of Georgia was created by the General Assembly of Georgia in the session of 1845, under which act the state was divided into five judicial circuits. The district in which our courts and their decisions were reviewed was the Third District, and continued in that district, until the ambulatory character of the court was abolished in 1868. SUPERIOR COURT The Superior Court of Troup County, the tribunal which had the highest jurisdiction in the county, including the trial of every form of civil and criminal wrongdoing, the review of appeals from the in ferior courts, …

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Troup County Georgia, Civil War Records

LAGRANGE LIGHT GUARDS, Co. B, 4th Reg., G. V. I., C. S. A. This company was organized in 1842 under the name of LaGrange Volunteers, with T. C. Evans as captain, and J. S. Herring and Thomas Brown as lieutenants. The arms that they bore were the old flint-lock muskets. In the same year the state of Georgia obtained a supply of the then comparatively new Springfield rifles, and the LaGrange Volunteers were able to exchange their old flint-locks for the new rifles. After the death of Captain Evans, Charles Broome succeeded to the captaincy. In 1850 the name of …

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Charles W. Barnum’s Corner

Charles W. Barnum’s Corner All users of this site would appreciate the effort and work put in by Charles W. Barnum on his own website from 2002-2008. At the end of 2008 he chose to contribute all of his material from that site to this site to be placed online for perpetuity… it’s a selfless and generous gift to not only Troup County researchers, but all Georgia researchers. The following information describes what was used from his original website, and then transposed into this website using our own format. Not all of Charles data will be placed on Troup County, …

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The Burnt Village

The burnt village lies six or eight miles west of LaGrange, in the county of Troup, on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River, where the great Wehadkee Creek pours its waters into that river. [1]The location of the “Burnt Village” was about one mile below the mouth of Wehadkee Creek. Previous to the year 1793, it was the great central point of the Muscogee nation, the crossing place of all trading and marauding parties of that nation on the west, where the untamed savages met to arrange and mature their plans for making those nocturnal attacks upon the helpless …

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