Georgia, United States Genealogy

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Guide to Georgia ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.

This article is about the U.S. state. For other uses, see Georgia.

Georgia Information[edit | edit source]

Georgia became the fourth state admitted to the United States in January 2, 1788. Georgia was created from Province of Georgia and is located in the southeast region of the United States.[1] Atlanta is the capital and there are 159 counties in Georgia. [2]

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Many genealogy records are kept on the county level in the United States. Click on a county below to go to the county Wiki article listing more information.

Dade CountyWalker CountyCatoosa CountyWhitfield CountyMurray CountyFannin CountyUnion CountyTowns CountyRabun CountyGilmer CountyHabersham CountyChattooga CountyWhite CountyGordon CountyLumpkin CountyStephens CountyFloyd CountyPickens CountyBartow CountyDawson CountyHall CountyBanks CountyFranklin CountyPolk CountyCherokee CountyHart CountyForsyth CountyJackson CountyMadison CountyElbert CountyPaulding CountyCobb CountyGwinnett CountyFulton CountyBarrow CountyHaralson CountyClarke CountyOglethorpe CountyLincoln CountyDeKalb CountyWalton CountyOconee CountyWilkes CountyRockdale CountyCarroll CountyClayton CountyDouglas CountyMorgan CountyGreene CountyTaliaferro CountyMcDuffie CountyColumbia CountyNewton CountyHenry CountyFayette CountyHeard CountyCoweta CountySpalding CountyJasper CountyPutnam CountyButts CountyHancock CountyGlascock CountyRichmond CountyWarren CountyJefferson CountyWashington CountyBurke CountyBaldwin CountyJones CountyMonroe CountyTroup CountyMeriwether CountyPike CountyLamar CountyHarris CountyTalbot CountyUpson CountyCrawford CountyBibb CountyTwiggs CountyWilkinson CountyJohnson CountyScreven CountyEffingham CountyChatham CountyJenkins CountyEmanuel CountyMuscogee CountyChattahoochee CountyMarion CountyTaylor CountyPeach CountyHouston CountyMacon CountySchley CountyStewart CountyWebster CountyDooly CountyPulaski CountyBleckley CountyQuitman CountyClay CountyRandolph CountyTerrell CountyEarly CountySeminole CountyCalhoun CountySumter CountyMiller CountyDecatur CountyBaker CountyLee CountyDougherty CountyMitchell CountyGrady CountyCrisp CountyWorth CountyColquitt CountyThomas CountyWilcox CountyTurner CountyTift CountyBrooks CountyLaurens CountyDodge CountyTreutlen CountyCandler CountyBulloch CountyBryan CountyBen Hill CountyIrwin CountyBerrien CountyCook CountyLowndes CountyEchols CountyLanier CountyTelfair CountyWheeler CountyMontgomery CountyToombs CountyTattnall CountyEvans CountyLiberty CountyMcIntosh CountyClinch CountyAtkinson CountyCoffee CountyJeff Davis CountyAppling CountyWayne CountyGlynn CountyBacon CountyPierce CountyBrantley CountyWare CountyCharlton CountyCamden CountyLong CountyGeorgia-county-map.gif

Counties[edit | edit source]

Extinct or Renamed Counties:  Campbell | Cass | Kinchafoonee | Milton

Colonial Parishes:  Christ Church | St. Andrew | St. David | St. George | St. James | St. John | St. Mary | St. Matthew | St. Patrick | St. Paul | St. Philip | St. Thomas

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wikipedia contributors, "Georgia" in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia at (accessed 15 March 2016).
  2. Wikipedia contributors, "List of US States by Date of Admission," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia,, accessed 1 Nov 2016.