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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Paulding Co. GA Wills and Estates

Paulding County Records



Dallas Depot Paulding County Court House Paulding County The old Dallas, Georgia Depot. Paulding County was created from Cherokee County. The Creeks, but mostly Cherokees resided in this territory, Raccoon Creek and other waters finding many arrows and flints. In 1833 when Archibald Holland removed to Paulding County a family of Cherokees having six children resided along the 10-Mile Run near Raccoon Creek. Nearby huge mounds. The story goes that when they left to go to Oklahoma, they buried a black iron pot of gold or silver in this creek. The county was named after John Paulding, one of the men who captured the British spy Major Andre during the American Revolution. The county was named in his honor in 1832. Major Andre was the accomplice to Benedict Arnold. With the removal of the Creek in 1825 after Chief William McIntosh signed the Treaty of Indian Springs only Cherokee remained and it was distributed in 160 acre lots in the Lottery of 1832, although a portion in the northeast corner was distributed as the smaller 40 acre gold lots. On December 3, 1832, the county was recognized by the Georgia Legislature. Paulding was formed from Cherokee County in 1832.

Maps were scanned in such a manner as to provide details for locating creeks, branches, rivers, lakes, churches, schools and cemeteries. This will enable you to better locate the old homeplace using the description from old non-specific deeds. Also, a convenience in locating both private and public cemeteries in the area.

Paulding County Records available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Digital Images of Paulding Wills, 1853-1877
Testators: Abels, Ethelbert, deceased; Adair, Bozeman, deceased;Adams, James, deceased;Anderson, Edwin. 1851 nuncupative Last Will and Testament; Brintle, Oliver, deceased;Caldwell, Curtis, deceased;Crumpton, Thomas, deceased; Dodd, Martin, deceased;Dupree, Elijah J.;Easterling, Trustin, deceased; Fincher Guardianship;Forsyth Guardian;Frazier Guardian; Gann, Nathaniel, deceased;Garman Guardians;Gibson, Henry A., deceased; Goggans (or Goggins), Henry, deceased; Gelley Guardianship;Hale, Andrew, deceased;Johnson, John, deceased;Jones, Thomas G., deceased; Kilby, Josephy and Elijah J., deceased;King, L. D., deceased;Lackey, William, deceased;Lester Orphans;Lyle, John, deceased;McLarty, John, deceased;Pollard, Joseph, deceased;Reynolds, Thomas, deceased;Rhodes, John, deceased;Rochester, Asbury, deceased;Roberts, James;Rollins, William, deceased;Sansing, Benjamin, deceased;Simms, Richard, deceased; Smith, David, deceased; Wright, George W., deceased.
Digital Images of Paulding Wills, 1861-1867
Testators:Adair, Bozeman; Adair, James L. ;Bone, Bailey estate ;Caldwell, C. C. ;Greer, William ;Middlebrooks, John ;Pool, John ;Rentz, George ;Smith, John F. ;Thompson, Thomas ;Trammell, Elizabeth
Digital Images of Paulding Estates, 1855-1877
Ables, Absalom ;Ables, Ethelbert ;Adair, Bozeman ;Adams, James;Anderson, Edwin ;Brintle, Oliver ;Caldwell, C. C. ;Carrell, Benjamin ;Cooper, Stacy ;Crumpton, Thomas ;Dodd, Martin ;Dupree, Elijah J. ;Easterling, Trustin ;Fincher, guardianship of orphans ;Forsyth, guardian of orphans ;Frazier, guardian of orphans ;Fuller, James ;Gann, Nathaniel ;Garman, guardians of Persons of Free Color; Garrison, Caleb ;Gelley, guardianship ;Gibson, H. ;Goggins, Henry ;Hale, Andrew ;Hales, Permelia and Martha; Hale, Mary ;Irby, A. ;Johnson, John ;Jones, Thomas G.; Kilby, Joseph and Elijah J. ;King, K. L. ;Lackey, William ;Lester, orphans ;Little, Francis ;Lyle, John ;Mahaffey, Joseph ;McLarty, John ;Mullins, Bird ;Neal, William ;Paris, Elias ;Pollard, Joseph ;Ragsdale, Elijah ;Reynolds, Thomas ;Rhodes, John ;Roberts, James ;Rochester, Asbury ;Rollins, William ;Sansing, Benjamin ;Simms, Richard ;Smith, David ;Wright, George W.
Digital Images of Paulding Wills, 1867-1878
Testators: Adair, Bozeman; Adair, James L. estate ;Adair, James ;Adair, John B. ;Bone, Bailey ;Cochran, Alexander; Cochran, Ellis ;Cole, William ;Elsberry, Lindsey ;Fuller, Isam ;Green, James ;Hendrick, Asa ;McEver, William ;Shell, James ;Veal, William
Probate Records
  • Index to Wills and Estates 1861-1867
  • Index to Wills and Estates 1867-1878
  • Index to Annual Returns, Inventories, Vouchers, 1885-1890
  • Index to Inventories and Appraisements, 1896-1946
  • Paulding Legal Advertising 1868-1873
Miscellaneous Paulding County Wills, Estates, Deeds
  • Adair, Bozeman Estate
  • Adair, James Estate
  • Adair, William
  • Bone, Bailey Estate
  • Bone, Henry
  • Caldwell, C. C. Estate
  • Holland, W. E.
  • Mullins, Thomas Estate
  • Deed of G. P. Matthews to S. D. Holland
  • Watson, J. M. to McLarty deed
  • Watson, J. P. to James Watson deed
  • Watson, William to James C. Lane deed
Marriages
  • Paulding County Marriages 1832-1906
  • Paulding County Divorces 1885-1886
Maps
  • Map of Paulding County, District 3
  • Map of Paulding County, District 18
  • Map of Paulding County, District 19
  • Map of Paulding County
  • Map of Pumpkinvine Creek area showing locations of family homes
Churches
  • Narroway Church Book
Cemeteries
  • Narroway Church Cemetery
Military
  • Spanish American War
  • World War I
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Monday, October 20, 2014

Oglethorpe Co. GA Wills and Estates


Oglethorpe County Wills and Estates



Oglethorpe County Philomath Presbyterian Church Oglethorpe County Court House Oglethorpe County was created on December 19, 1793 from Wilkes County and was named for General James Edward Oglethorpe the founder of the Georgia colony in 1733. The Creeks and Cherokees occupied this territory prior to that time. In 1794 a portion of Greene County was added to Oglethorpe, and the Oglethorpe/Greene county border shifted several times in 1799. In 1811, Madison County was created taking land from Oglethorpe. In 1813, Oglethorpe acquired land from Clarke County. Taliaferro County took land from Oglethorpe in 1831, and Oglethorpe received land from Madison County in 1842. The first permanent settlements in what is now Oglethorpe County were along the Broad River and was settled by Virginia planters in the 1780s and along Long Creek near the town of Lexington.

Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

  • Index to Oglethorpe County Will Book A Transcribed (1793-1807).
  • Oglethorpe County Will Book A Transcribed (1793-1807).
  • Oglethorpe County Will Book A Abstracted (1793-1807).
  • Oglethorpe County Index to Will Book B Transcribed (1807-1826).
  • Oglethorpe County Will Book B Transcribed (1807-1826).
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Will Bk C (1826-1834).
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Will Bk D (1833-1866).
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Will Bk E (1863-1886).
  • Index to Oglethorpe county Annual Returns (1798-1814)
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Annual Returns (1815-1830)
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Annual Returns and Estates (1815-1831)
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Annual Returns (1822-1828)
  • Index to Oglethorpe County Annual Returns (1828-1837)
  • Index to Oglethorpe county Annual Returns (1830-1832)
  • Oglethorpe County Marriages from Newspapers (1885-1886)
  • Origins of Early Settlers
Miscellaneous Wills & Estates
  • David Barnett (1835)
  • William Lumpkin (1847)
  • Alexander McEwen (1827)



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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Images of Newton Co. GA Wills and Estates

Newton County Records



Covington, Georgia Covington Covington Newton County Court House Newton County records should be researched along with Rockdale County, Georgia in order to identify various family relationships contained in the lineage. In 1813 Creeks still resided in this area when Governor Thorpe negotiated a treaty and the last of the Creek residents were removed from Georgia in 1833 on the Trail of Tears. Newton County was created by the Georgia General Assembly on December 24, 1821. It was named for Revolutionary War hero Sergeant John Newton and was formed from parts of Henry, Jasper, and Walton Counties. The first white settlers located in Eastern Newton County in a town then-named Winton. Settlers went further west to establish Newtonsboro. The name was later changed to Covington after General Leonard Covington, a hero in the war of 1812. In 1853 Covington was incorporated as a City. The Creek Indians roamed the land until 1813 when Governor Thorp negotiated a treaty in which the Creeks gave up their claim to the land A decade later the last of the Creek Indians were banished to Oklahoma over the "Trail of Tears." The first white settlers located in Eastern Newton County in a town then-named Winton. "The Brick Store" was built in 1822 and still stands today. Lack of adequate water caused the settlers to move further west and establish Newtonsboro. The name was later changed to Covington after General Leonard Covington, a hero in the war of 1812. In 1853 Covington was incorporated as a City. General Sherman took many treasures from Southerners and Georgians. His army marched a path of death, fire and destruction from Atlanta to Savannah. Covington residents hid their valuables in the lovely gardens of their antebellum homes. Further Research is indicated in adjoining Rockdale and DeKalb Counties.

Newton County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Marriages
  • Index 1822 to 1835
  • Index 1835 to 1843
  • Index 1843 to 1848
  • Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886
  • Images of Will Book A 1820-1851.
    Bailey, Azariah;Baker, Jordan;Bennett, Alexander;Berry, W. P.; Branan, Jonathan;Brooks, George;Brown, Martha;Buchanon, Elizabeth G.; Buchanon, Margaret;Burge, Weler;Burges, John;Burks, William;Childress, Thomas;Christian, Reuben;Churchill, Samuel;Cockrell, Thomas;Coleman, Elizabeth;Cook, Judith;Cureton, Thomas T.;Dean, John;Doss, Elizabeth; Duke, John;Duncan, John A.;Edmond, William;Fielder, Sarah A.;Fincher, John;Fretwell, Richard;Garner, Thomas W.;Gary, Hartwell;Gober, William S.;Graves, Solomon;Hail, Thomas Sr.;Hamilton, John;Hamilton, Rebecca; Hammock, Nancy;Hanson, Elizabeth;Hanson, Thomas;Harmon, Jacob; Harper, Henry A.;Harris, David;Heath, William;Hodge, James;Hodges, James;Hollingsworth, Joseph;Johnson, Henrietta;Johnson, Martha; Johnson, Nathan;Jones, Elijah;Jones, Joel;Jones, John;Kennon, Colin; Keys, Charles;Lane, George W.;Lane, Joseph;Lane, William;Laws, Joseph; Lawson, Micajah;Leak, George W.;Livington, Joseph;Lowe, Robert; Mappin, Martha;Mathews, Robert;Matthews, Jeremiah;McDonald, James; Middlebrooks, John;Moss, John;Nolan, William;Patrick, William;Payne, Lottey;Perry, Josiah;Phillips, James;Rees, Jane;Rosebury, James; Rosebury, Martha;Sanders, Charles H.;Scott, Daniel;Segall, Richard; Shell, Elizabeth;Shepherd, Ann;Ship, John;Sigles?, John;Snider, John T.;Stanton, Batt Short;Steele, Robert A.;Stewart, Samuel;Stovall, David;Summers, A.;Taylor, Josiah H.;Trimble, Moses;Tucker, Hezekiah; Wallace, William;Wallis, Thomas;Wallis, William;Webb, James;Wellborn, David;Willingham, Charles H.;Wilson, Henry;Wilsher, John;Wood, William; Worrill, Solomon;Wright, Susannah;Wyatt, Thomas B.;Zachry, James
  • Images of Will Book A, 1810-1851, continued
    Bailey, Azariah | Baker, Jordan | Bass, Elizabeth | Bennett, Alexander | Berry, William | Branan, Jonanthan | Brooks, George | Brown, Martha | Buchannon, Margaret | Chappin, Martha | Childress, Thomas | Christian, Reuben | Churchwell, Samuel | Coleman, Elizabeth | Cook, Judith | Cowen, John | Duke, John | Duncan, John |Fincher, John | Fretwell, Richard | Garner, Thomas | Hamilton, Rebecca | Hammock, Nancy | Hanson, Elizabeth | Harmon, Joel | Harper, Henry | Heath, William | Hoague, James | Hollingsworth, Joseph | Johnston, Martha |Johnson, Henrietta | Johnson, Nathan | Jones, Joel | Jones, John |Keyes, Charles | Lane, George | Lane, Robert | Lane, William | Livingston, Joseph | McDonald, James | Mathers, Robert | Nolen, William | Patrick, William | Payne, Lettey | Perry, Josiah | Rees, Jane | Roseberry, Martha | Roseburg, James | Sanders, C. H. | Sawyers, John | Scott, Daniel | Segall, Richard | Segler, John |Shell, Elizabeth | Ship, John |Steele, Robert | Stephens, Ann |Stewart, Samuel | Summers, Alan | Tucker, Hezekiel | Wallace, William | Wallis, William | Willis, Thomas | Worrill, Solomon | Worrill, William | Wright, Susannah |
  • Images of Will Book B 1851-1870.
    Testators: Adams, John J. and James M.;Aiken, John W.;Almand, Graves B.; Ansley, Thomas;Atkisson, Jesse N.;Avery, Samuel;Bagby, Thomas J.; Bailey, Claiborn N.;Baker, John J. Belcher, Archibald;Berry, Andrew J.; Berry, Charles M.;Blake, William;Brooks, Augustus G.;Brown, WIlliam;Brownfield, Robert;Bryan, Jasper;Burge, Margaret L.; Burge, Thomas;Bush, Abraham;Bush, Harvey;Butler, Rhesa G.; Camp, S. G.;Campbell, William H.;Cheek, Thomas S.;Christian, James D.; Christian, Reubin W.;Colley, Joel;Colley, Mary;Conyers, William D.; Cook, Eliza Jane;Cunningham, George;Curtis, Thomas J.;Davis, William; Davis, William M.;Downs, Henry;Downs, Shelby;Edwards, Bennett; Ellington, Joel;Elliott, Thomas;Epps, James;Fielder, Obadiah M.; Flemister, C. A. J.;Floyd, David;Gaither, Brice T.;Gardner, Nancy; Gilbert, Instant H.;Glass, Penelope;Glass, Sanford W.;Goode, Nicholas; Granade, Timothy;Graves, Iverson L.;Graves, John W.;Graves, William; Griffin, Thomas N.;Hardin, Mary W.;Haygood, John;Hays, George; Henderson, Elizabeth;Henderson, Isaac;Hodge, Andrew;Hodge, David; Hodge, Wiley B.;Hopkins, Edith;Howell, Susannah;Humphries, Sterling; Hurst, John;Hurst, William R.;Huson, Stephen;Hyer, Thomas;Johnson, James D.;Johnson, Samuel;Johnson, Silas M.;Johnston, Hugh;Kennon, Elizabeth;Knight, James M.;Laws, Robert;Lee, Nathan;Leftwich, Joel W.; Lewis, A. R.;Lin, Charles M.;Lucas, Charles;Luckie, Jane;Luckie, William D.;Lundsford, Henry;Lyon, Thomas A.;Mann, William H.;Marbut, Joshua;Marks, Robert;Marks, Samuel;Mann, Robert;McClung, William R.; McDonald, Neal;Melton, Esther A.;Melton, Isaac;Mercer, Levi; Middlebrook, Isaac S.;Moore, Micajah;More, William;Morgan, Bennett; Moseley, Joseph C.;Neely, Thomas;Nix, Samuel Sr.;Nolen, Stephen; Parker, Isaac N.;Penn, James B.Pharr, Permelia A.;Plunket, Charles W.; Polk, Charles;Rakestraw, Robert;Rawson, Dorothy N.;Read, James;Richardson, Samuel;Richards, William B.;Roberts, Bartholomew; Robinson, W. C.;Sanders, Sarah Ann;Shumate, Rebecca;Sigman, Benjamin F.;Sigman, Elvira;Simms, Richard L.;Sims, William;Smith, John; Smith, Margaret;Smith, W. F. C.;Starr, Samuel;Starr, Silas; Starr, S. H. S.;Stewart, John R.;Strong, Charles;Tailor, Henry; Thomas,Edward Storza Sr.;Thomas, Mary;Thompson, John P.;Thompson, John; Thompson, Samuel H.;Tucker, William H.;Turner, Green;Turner, Richard; Usher, Robert O.;Walker, Mary O.;Wear, John;Webb, James;Whedbee, Eliza A.;White, Robert;Whitehead, Samuel;Wigley, James;Williams, Richard; Williams, Richard E.;Williamson, John N.;Wilson, Caroline L. D.;Woolley, Hansford D.;Wright, William;Zachry, Zadock S.
  • Images of Newton County Will Book C 1871-1896.
    Testators: Adams, William;Aken, John;Aiken, John;Aiken, Margaret;Anderson, Joseph S.;Anderson, Newton;Anderson, William F.;Ansley, Thomas;Austin, J. A.; Avery, Samuel;Baker, James;Baker, Jesse L.;Baker, Thomas I.;Barber, Josiah;Bates, Horace J.;Beebe, Eliza Hannah;Benson, W. A.;Berry, Isham; Bird, Margaret;Blanton, A. J.;Branham, Walter R.;Brooks, Balaam;Brown, Stephen A.;Buckhannon, Elizabeth;Burns, John G.;Camp, Martha; Chaplin, Elizabeth A.;Chapman, Elmore;Clark, William White;Conyers, Rebecca;Cook, David C.; Cook, James T.;Cook, William;Corley, James; Cowan, Alexander;Cowan, William; Cox, Cary;Cureton, Alfred M.; David, Eudocia;Davis, William G.;Dial, John;Downs, Henry;Floyd, John J.; Floyd, Mary;Franklin, John;Fulton, Francis;Gardner, Elizabeth;Garther, Henry;Gibson, William N.;Graves, Henry;Graves, Sarah;Gray, Sarah C.; Graves, Amanda;Griffin, John;Guice, Mary Ann;Hale, John;Hamby, Mary A.; Harp, Elizabeth;Harper, Henry;Harris, John;Harris, W. E.;Harvey, Hester;Harwell, Jackson;Hayes, John;Henderson, Ruth;Henderson, ictoria; Hewell, Martha;Hewell, Susannah;Hicks, Tinsey;Hill, Martha A.;Hodge, James;Hodgins, Alley;Hollis, Bartley M.;Horton, Martha Jane;Hough, Sylvester A.;Howard, Robert;Hunter, Nicholas P.;Hurst, John;Jackson, John;Jarmon, Lewis;Jones, John;Jones, M. A.;Kelly, R. S.;Kennon, Sarah J.;King, James;King, Samuel A.;Langley, William M.;Lazenby, William; Leak, Elizabeth;Lee, William;Livingston, Leonidas;Livingston, Robert B.;Lowery, William W. J.;Loyd, Green B.;Loyd, Washington;Luckie, Jane; McCracken, W. D.;McKee, Samuel;Melton, Alfred;Melton, Amanda;Mercer, Levi;Mercer, Nancy A.;Middlebrook, P.;Mims, Elizabeth;Mixon, Elijah; Mixon, S. B. (Mrs.);Moore, Micajah;Morgan, Henrietta;Morgan, Thomas; Morley, William;Nichols, Mary;Nolen, S.;Parker, D. M.;Parks, William J.;Parmer, D. P.;Penn, James;Perry, Henry B.;Polson, Mark;Powers, William;Reynolds, Amos P.;Reynolds, Permelius;Richards, Henry P.; Rivers, Carrie;Robinson, James H.;Scott, S. A., Mrs.;Scott, William W.; Shepherd, Thomas;Sigman, F. M.;Simms, Andrew Benjamin;Simms, J. P.; Skinner, John;Smith, A. J.;Smith, Hilliard J.;Smith, Jane M.;Sockwell, John;Stafford, J. H.;Stanton, Henry;Starr, Silas;Stewart, James;Stewart, J. S.;Thompson, A. J.;Thompson, Nathan;Thompson, Nancy; Thompson, Samuel;Thrasher, David;Travis, A. C. W.;Underwood, Robert B.; Usher, Frances A.;Vining, E. H.;Waldrop, Milton; Wallace, Z. P.; Watford, Henry;Weaver, Isham;Webb, Ann;Webb, John;Weisser, Jacob?; Wells, William;Wheeler, George W.;Willingham, Charles;Willingham, Wilkins;Wilson, William M.;Wood, Mary R.;Wright, Christopher; Wright, Moriah;Yarbrough, John W.;Zachry, Lewis
  • Newton County Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886.
  • Newton County Births (1888-1904).

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to Newton County Annual Returns, Inventories, Receipts, Vouchers 1827 to 1837
  • Index to Newton County Annual Returns, Inventories, Receipts, Vouchers 1837 to 1845
  • Indexes to Annual Returns, Inventories, Receipts, Vouchers 1845 to 1850
  • Wills 1823 to 1851
  • Wills 1851 to 1871
  • Wills 1870 to 1894
  • Wills 1896 to 1936
Miscellaneous Records
  • Brooks, George (will)
Georgia Genealogy Resources


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