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  Georgia
Buckhead, Georgia Buckhead is a population of 205.
Dahlonega, Georgia Dahlonega is a population of 3,638.
Georgia, Vermont Georgia is a town located in 2000 census, the town had a total population of 4,375.
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 Eidson Family - pafg24.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Samuel married (1) Georgia Ann Suttles in 1871 in Georgia.
Matilda was born on 11 Jan 1839 in Coweta County, Georgia.
Anna was born in 1826 in Henry County, Georgia.
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 Steed~Family - aqw04.htm
on 17 Sep 1840 in Campbell County, Georgia.
on 24 Sep 1857 in Campbell County, Georgia.
Jun 1972 in Palmetto, Coweta County, Georgia and was buried in Floral Hill Cemetery, Palmetto, Coweta County, Georgia.
www.columbiacounty.net /Steed~Family/aqwg04.htm   (1051 words)

  
 Ancestors of Hill and Smith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Nancy PATMAN was born in 1811 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
PATMAN was born on Jul 22 1824 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
PATMAN was born in 1813 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
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 John Archibald Campbell (24 June 1811-12 March 1889)
John Archibald Campbell was born to Col. Duncan Greene Campbell (17 February 1787-30 July 1828) (for whom Campbell County, Georgia is named) and Mary Williamson (February 15, 1788-) in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia on 24 June 1811.
Seward intimated to Campbell that the policy of the Lincoln Administration was that of peace, and that he should persuade the Confederate commissioners to trust the U.S. Government fully.
Campbell died in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland on 12 March 1889 and is buried in Green Mount Cemetery.
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 Campbell County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are five counties in the U.S. named Campbell County:
In addition, Campbell County, Georgia has been part of Fulton County, Georgia since 1932.
Campbell County is also the location of the fictional city of Odyssey, setting for Adventures in Odyssey.
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 Campbell County Historical Maps
Campbell County was created on Dec. 20, 1828 by an act of the General Assembly.
Formed from portions of Carroll, Coweta, DeKalb, and Fayette counties, the county was named for noted politician and lawyer Col. Duncan G. Campbell (1787-1828).
On Aug. 9, 1929, the legislature passed an act to merge Campbell County with Fulton County, providing voters of both counties approved the merger in separate referendums.
www.cviog.uga.edu /Projects/gainfo/histcountymaps/campbellhistmaps.htm   (98 words)

  
 Steed~Family - aqw07.htm
Nov 1909 in Fulton County, Georgia and was buried in Antioch Cemetery on Rivertown Road, Fulton County, Georgia.
Martha A. on 19 Oct 1871 in Georgia.
6 Aug 1938 in Hart County, Georgia and was buried in Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Hart County, Georgia.
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 Sarah L. "Queene" Dodd
In the 1880 census James Toliver was listed as a farmer in Campbell County, Georgia with his wife Sarah and their three children.
John H. Fullerton died in 1925 and it is believed that Sarah went to Tallapoosa Georgia and lived with her son John E. Hughie until she died in 1931 in Tallapoosa, Georgia.
Ada B. Hughie, daughter of Sarah and James Toliver Hughie, was born in 1867 at Fairburn, Georgia.
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 Campbell County, Georgia Genealogical Records Information
Campbell County was created on Dec. 20, 1828 by an act of the General Assembly (Ga. Laws 1828, p.
In 1825, Campbell had helped negotiate the Treaty of Indian Springs, in which the Creeks ceded a portion of the land later used to fashion Campbell County.
Rather, it provided that superior and inferior courts and county elections be held at the house of John S. Beavers until such time that the justices of the county's inferior court were elected and decided on a permanent site for the county seat.
www.mygeorgiagenealogy.com /ga_county/cbl.htm   (741 words)

  
 Smith's of Possum Snout Georgia
Lula Jane Smith was born 1882 in Clayton County, Georgia.
Alfred Smith was born 1888 in Clayton County, Georgia, and died young.
was born 22 Sept. 1879 in Clayton County, Georgia, died 13 Oct. 1943 in Fulton County, Georgia.
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 Chronicles of Oklahoma
Born in Campbell County, Georgia, on May 27, 1859, he was the son of Lelum L. Garrett, of Irish ancestry, the family having originally come from Ireland to North Carolina, and a branch of it drifting into Georgia.
Arthur R. Garrett was reared on his father’s home farm in Campbell County, Georgia, to the age of 18, and in 1877 he went to Coryell County, Texas, where he worked on a farm for eight months.
Garrett was married in Wise County, Texas, to Miss Kate Argo, a native of Campbell County, Georgia.
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 Campbell County, Kentucky Genealogical Records Information
It is bordered by the Ohio River on the north and east, Kenton County on the west, and Pendleton County on the south.
Campbell County has one of the largest concentrations in Kentucky of residents of German descent.
The population of Campbell County was 88,501 in 1970; 83,317 in 1980; and 83,866 in 1990.
www.mykentuckygenealogy.com /ky_county/cml.htm   (968 words)

  
 Third Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Mary Ann DODD was born on 3 Mar 1811 in Franklin County, Georgia.
James Campbell BOND was born on 3 Dec 1828 in Campbell County, Georgia.
John Dodd BOND was born on 17 Sep 1842 in Campbell County, Georgia.
www.tnstate.edu /jdodd/lackey/dodd/b7583.htm   (381 words)

  
 Campbell County, Georgia Genealogy & History
Campbell County was formed by an act of the Georgia Legislature December 20, 1828 taking land from Carroll, Coweta, DeKalb, and Fayette Counties.
Campbell County was named in honor of Colonel Duncan G. Campbell.
This site is here to help the Campbell County researchers find their ancestors, to find out about the history of Campbell County and it's people.
www.rootsweb.com /~gacampbe   (448 words)

  
 Wheeler County, Georgia Genealogical Records Information
In that year's general election, Georgia voters ratified the proposed amendment on Nov. 5, 1912, which marks the official date of Wheeler County's creation (although a state historical marker on the courthouse grounds incorrectly cites the county's creation as the day the legislative act proposing the constitutional amendment was approved).
In 1904, Georgia voters had approved a constitutional amendment limiting the number of counties in the state to 145.
In 1945, Georgia voters ratified a new constitution -- one which provided an absolute limit of 159 counties, with an additional provision that no new country could be created except through consolidation of existing counties.
www.mygeorgiagenealogy.com /ga_county/whe.htm   (673 words)

  
 Pathway: Chapter 13 - End of Plantations
William Short (13824) was born in England in 1618 and came to Charles City County, VA by 1640.
The Shorts remained in Prince George County, VA for several generations, and in the 18th century lived in Mecklenberg and Brunswick counties.
Alexander Stephens Garrett, was born in Wiltshire, England, in 1742 and came to Georgia seeking religious freedom as a Baptist.
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 Family Pages - Walker County, GA - GaGenWeb
Marinda born 12 Jun 1815 in Jackson County, Georgia was the daughter of Shadrack and Sarah Camp Humphries.
Walter O. Brooks was born August 19, 1856 in the Armuchee District of Walker County, Georgia and died April 19, 1925 in Chickamauga, Georgia.
Jesse Gordon Brooks, was born October 16, 1884 in Walker County and died December 29, 1928 in Chickamauga, Georgia.
www.usgennet.org /usa/ga/county/walker/family.html   (2117 words)

  
 Campbell County, Georgia
Campbell County was formed by the Georgia legislature on 20 December 1828.
Alvin Alonzo was born in Campbell county, GA on April 24, 1878 to James Washington and Emma Dorsett Stewart Silvey.
William Caldwell Hathcock born and raised in Campbell County, son of William Middleton Hathcock and Minerva Kidd.
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 Campbell County, Georgia
Portions of Cherokee, Gwinnett and Cobb Counties, along with all of Campbell County and Milton County are ceded to Fulton County.
Milton County was merged at the same time.
All of the photographs, graphics and text on Our Georgia History (http://ourgeorgiahistory.com) are © Copyright 2001-2005 by Golden Ink unless otherwise noted.
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 Georgia Land Lottery, 1821
[1] The counties that were involved were Dooly, Fayette, Henry, Houston, and Monroe, all created by act of Georgia General Assembly on May 15, 1821.
Thomas, age 34, who was a lucky winner in Henry County four years before in the 1821 Land Lottery, is assumed to be living with Bud, and unmarried.
[2] On January 7, 1826, Osburn deeded to Daniel Hammond of Hall County for $50 on the waters of Shoal Creek, 125 acres.
home.earthlink.net /~willpaz/Mullins/georgialandlottery1821.htm   (600 words)

  
 map Georgia - Local business directory. map Georgia .
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 Campbell County Georgia Ervin (Evin) Johnson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the 1860 Calhoun County, Alabama census Township 15 R11 it looks like Even or Evin However, the 1870 Cleburne County census it appears to be Ervin.
All born Campbell County, GA    (I) Riley C Johnson b: abt.
All Campbell County, GA   (I) Barbara Johnson b: abt.
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Jesse Sparks He was a native of Campbell County, Georgia, a successful farmer and family man from Station Creek, Coryell County.
Overton Fletcher Davenport was born in Oglethorpe County, Georgia Feb. 10, 1820.
(Four commissioners and county judges make up commissioner courts in Texas.) He was then elected to represent Coryell County in the 13th Texas Legislature (1873) which repealed most of the carpet bag laws imposed upon the residents.
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 THIRD GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
EMAIL US Mary Ann Dodd was born on 3 Mar 1811 in Franklin County, Georgia.
She was married to Joseph McMillon Bond on 24 Dec 1827 in Hall County, Georgia.
Susan D. Bond was born on 28 Nov 1831 in Campbell County, Georgia.
www.tnstate.edu /jdodd/lackey/dodd/d7583.htm   (382 words)

  
 Fulton County, Georgia
Fulton County District Attorney Lewis Slayton rests in the case against Wayne Williams.
Rap Brown, former leader of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) was convicted of murdering Fulton County Sheriff Ricky Kinchen as Kinchen and another deputy attempted to serve a warrant.
Among the counties hardest hit are Floyd, Walker, Catoosa, Gordon, Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Dekalb, Clarke, Barrow and Elbert County.
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 Encyclopedia: Campbell County, Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
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 Descendants of Lewis Barge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Lewis Barge, was born 1741 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and diedFeb-2-1809 in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina.
ALEXANDER A. was born September 28, 1860 in Campbell Co. Georgia, and died April 17 in buried at Oak Hill Cemetery.
Richmond in Campbell County born May 8, 1778--married Margaret Parker, died June 27,1860 buried in Owl Rock Methodist Cem.
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 Campbell County Census
S-K Publications can scan any census year for any county onto CD and can also make it available in book form.
Note: if county has less than 80 pages, MINIMUM ORDER PRICE IS $40.00.
S-K Publications will scan census images onto CD when the figure in the "# to date" Column matches the figure in the "# needed" Column.
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 Fayette County, Georgia
This church is located in extreme north Fayette county, very close to the Fulton (Old Campbell) county border.
The congregation of about 300 members is still very active in Fayette county.
Also, if you have or know someone who has a genealogy page with Fayette County, Georgia connections, and you would like to see it listed here, please let me know and I'll be glad to.
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