Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Digital images of Hart Co. GA Wills

Hart County Court House

Hart County Estates and Wills

Hart County was created from Elbert and Fannin Counties in 1853. When researching this county, also search the records in Jackson, Franklin and Elbert Counties. Early Settlers: Joe Buffington, John Bowers, D. S. P. Caldwell, R. A. Cobb, George Cauthon, Joseph Ellis, Moses Davis, N. A. Fleetwood, B. S. Higginbotham, John Johnson, Joseph Jackson, William Maxwell, Wyatt McMillan, B. B. Parker, James Reid, Thomas Sanders, Reubin Tyler, John G. Watson and Thomas C. H. White.

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Hart County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

  • Index to Hart County Marriages/Licenses 1854-1869
  • Index to Hart County Marriages/Licenses 1854=1869

Indexes to Hart County Probate Records
  • Index to Hart County Wills (1847-1894)
  • Index to Hart County Inventories, Book B (1862-1890)
  • Index to Hart County Annual Returns, Inventories, Sales, Estates, 1859-1863
  • Index to Hart County Annual Returns, Inventories, Sales, Estates, 1866-1872
  • Index to Hart County Annual Returns, Inventories, Sales, Estates, 1872-1883
Digital Images of Hart County Wills (1862-1866)
Note: All of the images in Will Book A were not included because they were too faded to read. Testators: Barr, William;; Black, Robert; Bobo, Burrell; Bowen, Thomas; Bowers, William; Brewer, John; Bruce, Robert; Carnes, Halaway; Carnes, Wells; Clark, John; Cunningham, Franklin; Cunningham, Joseph; Dickinson, John; Dooly, William; Durkey, Malinda; Fleming, Peter; Gaines, William; Goss, Amos; Hendrick, Jesse; Hickman, Middleton; Holland, Thomas; McCurry, John; McMullers, William; Misch, John; Pinson, Sterling; Ray, Thomas; Rice, Francis; Shiflet, John; Smith, Jessie; Teasley, Braly; Tyner, Tollman; Walden, William; White, Essie or Eppy

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