CHARLTON COUNTY, GEORGIA MARRIAGE RECORDS 1855-1888

Frances T. Ingmire
6 Pages, 8.5"x11", Alphabetical Lists for Brides/Grooms, Soft Cover, 1985, FI-0809, $5.00

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Charlton County, Georgia was taken from Camden County on February 18, 1854. A part of Ware County was added to it in 1855 and a part of Charlton County was set off to Brantley County in 1920. The County is named for Robert Milledge Charlton, an U. S. Senator from Georgia.

 

Example

“Ebenezear Corneal to Sarah Crews 10/24/1860.”

 

Surnames Included in this Publication

ALLEN, ALTMAN, ANDERSON

BACHLOTT, BACKLOTT, BAILEY, BAKER, BARNARD, BENTON, BROWN, BRYANT

CANADAY, CASON, CHESSER, CHISHOLM, COLSON, CONNER, COOPER, CORNEAL, CREWS

DANIELS, DAVIS, DEDGE, DIXON, DRAWDY

GARRETT, GAY, GIBSON, GROOMS, GUNTER

HARRIS, HICKS, HIGHSMITH, HODGE, HODGES, HOWARD

JOHNS, JOHNSON, JONES

KEENE, KENNISON, KNOWLES

LANG, LAYTON, LOWTHER

MATTOX, MILLS, MINCHEW, MIZELL, MOTT, MURRAY

NAZWORTH

O'BERRY, O'QUINN

PETTY, PINKNEY

REYNOLDS, ROBINSON, RODDENBERRY, RODDENBERT, ROGERS, ROWLAND

SHEFFIELD, SMITH, SNOWDEN, SPRADLEY, STOKES

TAYLOR, THOMPSON, TODD

VERNON, VICKERY

WAINWRIGHT, WALKER, WILSON, WRIGHT

YARBORO, YARBOROUGH

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