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Researching in Georgia


A significant number of Georgia settlers migrated from South Carolina and North Carolina, especially in the 1830's at the time of the Land & Gold Lotteries. And many more went from Georgia to Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, and on to Texas in the period just before and after the Civil War.

Be sure to visit the neighboring state websites when researching your families from Georgia.

South Carolina
North Carolina
Florida
Alabama
Tennessee

Georgia Records Online

These records are on USGenWeb sites or on sites maintained by others and only linked to from this page.

Georgia Cemetery Records
Georgia Census Records
Georgia Family Group Sheet Project
Georgia USGenWeb Archives Project

Revolutionary War
War of 1812
Indian Wars
Mexican War
Civil War


Special Projects

The WorldGenWeb Project
Family Groups Sheets Project
Georgia Tombstone Project
USGenWeb Archives Project
USGenWeb Census Project
USGenWeb Census Project 2

USGenWeb Digital Map Library
USGenWeb Lineage Project
USGenWeb Pension Project
USGenWeb Special Collections Projects
Georgia African American Genealogy
Georgia African American Griots
AFRIGENEAS: African Sponsored Genealogy

 

As the USGenWeb site states, "USGenWeb started branching out and some more specialized "projects" were created to collect and disseminate data that goes beyond county and state lines". A listing of these Special Projects and their descriptions can be found on the USGenWeb site.

This is an archives listing of Georgia Cities and Towns (USGenWeb sites), listed alphabetically:
A - B    C - D    E - G    H - K    L - N    O - R    S - T    U - Z


See also Georgia Place Names on the Carl Vinson Institute of Government website. Listed are about 10,000 Georgia place names (both historical and current), with links to maps showing a majority of the places.

And...this link to Georgia Place Names on the Kenneth K. Krakow website.



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