Early Records of Jackson County, Georgia
Local histories and genealogical records are fascinating and a valuable tool for anyone tracing their roots. The records compiled in this book are important to those researching their African-American roots, those with ancestors who moved from North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, as well as many other counties in Georgia.
Keep in mind, if your ancestor fought in the Revolutionary War, he may have moved to Georgia in order to participate in the many land grants and lotteries. Records included in this book are: history of the county; marriages (1805-1861); Free African-Americans in Jackson County in 1830; Court Minutes 1799-1831; deeds; wills and appraisements 1796-1814; land lottery grants 1827 and 1832, and land grants to Revolutionary War Veterans; Civil War soldiers from Jackson County; and Thyatira Presbyterian Church minutes, 1828-1848. Total pages - 536. Good luck in your searching!
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