Tattnall County Records
Tattnall County Court House. Tattnall County was created from Montgomery County on Dec. 5, 1801 and was named for Josiah Tattnall, Jr. who gained popularity in helping to repeal the infamous Yazoo Act, later filling the term of U. S. Senator, James Jackson. Later, parts of Tattnall County were used to help create Toombs County (1905) and Candler and Evans counties (1914). The county seat is Reidsville.
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Tattnall County Databases Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers
- Index to Marriages 1806 to 1873
- Marriages 1805 to 1838
- Marriages 1831 to 1839
- Inferior Court Minutes 1867 to 1895
- Annual Returns and Estates 1857 to 1884
- Wills, Guardians, Administrations 1857-1862.
This information was taken from the microfilm records of the Georgia State Archives and the copies are the best available. Testators: Adamson, Dr. Henry W., LWT
Bell, Joseph J.
Blaylock, L. M.
Brewton, Nathan J., died intestate
Burkhalter, Vaughn, deceased. Minors: John, Julia, Sarah, William, Vaughn, Cassey, Copey, Epsey and Clesy.
Coleman, Wade W.
Cowen, George, Franklin and Joseph L., minor orphans of James Cowen, deceased
Floyd, William, Dilly, Stephen, Louisa, Albert and Martha Floyd, children of Lewis Floyd, deceased
Green, Sarah, LWT
Holland, Dicy, deceased
Jones, Martha C., died intestate
Kennedy, Henry, deceased
Knight, James, died intestate
Lawrence, James F. minor child of William H. Lawrence
Lynn, Andrew W., Estate
Lynn, Andrew W., orphans
McCall, Charles W., nun-cupative LWT
McNabb, Rama J.?, orphan of Archibald McNabb, deceased
McNatt, Charles W., LWT
Michael, James E., died intestate
Odom, Jane and Henry Odom, orphans of Robert Odom, deceased
Pymes, William, died intestate
Rogers, Joseph T., died intestate
Sharp, William M., nun-cupative LWT. Sons: John, Sulvan, Julian
Smart, Frances, LWT
Smith, Alexander L., died intestate
Stafford, E., deceased
Stafford, Elijah E. Stafford, LWT
Strickland, Henry, Estate. Orphans: Charles, Patrick, Aaron F., George H., Dempsey W., Lewis C., Henry, William C.
Strickland, James F., deceased
Strickland, James S., died intestate
Strickland, Martha, died intestate
Stubbs, James S.
Surrency, Samuel D., Martha, Virgil H., William H., Lincy, Ann Elizabeth, Emma, Jane, orphans
Thompson, Lucretia, orphan of Richard Thompson, deceased
Thompson, McDaniel, Margaret and Lucretia, minor orphans of Richard Thompson, deceased
Thompson, Richard A., James H., Maning N. and Nancy Thompson, orphans of Thomas B. Thompson, deceased
Thompson, Thomas B., died intestate
Toole, Louise, minor orphan of William Toole, deceased
Toole, William, nun-cupative LWT. Enoch, Simon, Martha, minors of William Toole. Waters, John W., died intestate. Minor orphan: John W. Waters
Williams, William and Capel, minor orphan children of Frances Williams
Youman, Jane, deceased. James Hines, guardian of Katherine A. C. Coward
- Tattnall County 1811 Tax Digest.
- Beard's Creek Church, Glenville, 1804 members.
Estates: Bruckhalter, Vaughan; Camron, Daniel ;Canady, Jimerson ;Clifton, Ezekiel ;Clifton, Levin ;Cobb, Horatio; Collins, George W. ;Collins, Joab ;Collins, Mary ;Copeland orphans ;Coulter, Isaac ;Coursey, William ;Coward, John ;Dasher, Joshua ;Dubberly, Joseph ;Dukes, Albert ;Dyess, John ;Edwards, John Sr. ;Floyd, John ;Graham, James L. ;Hammock, Elizabeth ;Hodges, Ann ;Hodges, Marianna ;Holland, Dempsey; Joyce, William ;Kennedy, Edward ;Kennedy, John ;Knight, Seth ;Lewis, Syntha ;Lynn, James; Lynn orphans ;Mattock, Georgia ;Mattock, Stephen Sr. ;Mattox minors; Mattox, Michael ;McCall, Francis ;McRae, Alexander ;McNabb, Archibald ;Mincey orphans ;Pittman, John ;Rewis, John ;Rogers, Joseph T. ;Rogers, Sarah ;Rogers, William ;Sanders, Barkam ;Sharpe, David ;Sharpe, John ;Sharpe minor ;Sharpe, Rebecca ;Smith, Joseph W. ;Spears, John ;Stafford, Ezekiel ;Stanfield orphan ;Strickland, A. B. and Rebecca ;Strickland, Allen ;Strickland, Gabriel ;Strickland, James A. ;Strickland, Robert ;Thompson orphans ;Todd, William ;Stubbs, Abner ;Underwood, James ;Waters, William ;Waters, minor of ;Williams, Anson ;Youman's orphans
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