by David Dobson
This superb collection of marriage records is a genuine Georgia peach! With data covering nearly sixty percent of the state over 125 years.
This book contains 588 pages and is packed with data. You can view the complete index of this book from the link above.
Example of what's inside:
Jun. 9, 1823
Yesterday a man by the name of James Brown was found drowned in Walnut Creek near the bridge, on the road leading to Milledgeville, about a mile from this place. The verdict of an inquest held over him, that he "came to his death by violence.
Aug. 18, 1823
Died in Marion on the 5th inst., Susan, daughter of Edwin Hart Esq. age 16 years (with eulogy).
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County, Georgia : A Pictorial History
Eighteen Thirty-Two Gold Lottery of Georgia
Fourth or 1821 Land Lottery of Georgia
County, Georgia--1820, 1830, and 1840 censuses
Atlas & Gazetteer