Jasper County Records
Jasper County Court House. Jasper was first Old Randolph County. Jasper County was created in 1807 from Baldwin County and called Randolph County. The present-day Randolph County was created on December 20, 1828. Part of Jasper was given to Morgan in 1815 and part to Newton in 1821. The name was changed December 10, 1812 to Jasper County and named in honor of William Jasper, an officer in Colonel William Moultrie's Second South Carolina Infantry, 1775. The county seat is Monticello.
Baldwin, Butts, Putnam and Morgan County records should also be researched. The earliest settlers were: Seymour Byrom, Moses Duff, William Deal, Radford Ellis, Robert Estes, Ira Foreman, John Freeman, Stewart Owens, James Patrick, John Parks, William Vardeman and Joseph White.
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Jasper County Records Available to Georgia Pioneers
- Jackson County Cemeteries by Jeannette Holland Austin.
- Index to Jasper county Wills, Appraisements, Bills of Sale, Annual Returns, 1813-1820.
- Index to Jasper County Wills 1815-1820.
- Index to Jasper County Wills, Appraisements, Bills of Sale, Annual Returns, 1797-1819.
- Jasper County Wills, Appraisements, Bills of Sale, Annual Returns, Book C, 1797-1819 (Digital Images)
Testators: Appling, Otho
- Jasper County Wills, Appraisements, Bills of Sale, Annual Returns, Book 9, 1828-1829 (digital Images)
Testators, estates: Cornwell, Elijah
Harris, James, minor
Holland, Lewis C., guardian of wife, Lavisa
- Jasper County Wills, Appraisements, Bills of Sale, Annual Returns, Book 1, 1813 to 1817. (Digital Images) Testators, Estates:
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