Georgia Pioneers has scanned and catalogued many county records to assist genealogists in finding ancestors, and there are more to come. This is an active website, and additional information is frequently collected and added. The census is not enough. One must always research county records during any possible era. In America, county records commenced during the early 1600's. Georgia's records began in 1733.
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