Telamon Cuyler Collection, Series 1. Historical Manuscripts

Telamon Cuyler Collection, Series 1. Historical Manuscripts

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Cuyler, Telamon Cruger Smith, 1873-1951
Title: Telamon Cuyler Collection, Series 1. Historical Manuscripts
Dates: Bulk, 1760-1870
Dates: 1609-1942
Quantity: 44.0 Linear feet 92 boxes and 50 oversize folders
Coll. Number: ms1170.series1

Biographical/Historical Note

Telamon Cruger Smith Cuyler (1873-1951) was born in Rome (Ga.) to Captain Henry Hunter Smith and Estelle Cuyler Smith. He legally changed his surname from Smith to Cuyler in 1905. In 1893, he received a Bachelor of Law degree from the Univeristy of Georgia. In 1900, he married Grace Barton and they had two children. Between 1895 and 1905, he served as special counsel for the governements of Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala, and Chile. Cuyler authored sixty privately printed works on Southern, Confederate, and Georgia history. Upon his death in 1951, his large collection of historical documents and photographs were willed to the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library.


Scope and Content Note

Series 1. Historical Manuscripts consists of manuscripts relating to Georgia history collected by Telamon Cuyler covering the period 1754-1905. The series includes correspondence; bonds; county records, particularly for Jones County (Ga.); court records; indentures; inventories; land grants; newspaper clippings; and official Georgia government records for the office of the Adjutant General, Comptroller General, Governor, and Treasurer from 1754-1905 (with gaps). Topics documented within the collection include the Georgia militia; the Revolutionary War; Indian affairs in Georgia during the 1830s (particularly treaties); shipping (1770s-1780s); and boundary disputes between Georgia and Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

The series also contains administrative records and correspondence pertaining to the activities of the Confederate government and the Georgia military troops during the Civil War. These records include materials of Ira R. Foster (Georgia Quartermaster General), H. H. Waters (Executive Secretary, Dept. of Georgia), Henry C. Wayne (Georgia Adjutant General), and Jared I. Whitaker (Georgia Commissary General).


Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by topic.


Index Terms

Berrien, John MacPherson, 1781-1856
Boundaries, State.
Cherokee Indians.
Cobb, Howell, 1815-1868
Confederate States of America.
Court records.
Creek Indians--Georgia.
Foster, Ira R., (Ira Roe), 1811-1885
Georgia--Boundaries--Alabama.
Georgia--Boundaries--Florida.
Georgia--Boundaries--North Carolina.
Georgia--Boundaries--South Carolina.
Georgia--Boundaries--Tennessee.
Georgia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
Georgia--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Georgia--History--Revolution, 1775-1783.
Georgia. Adjutant-General’s Office.
Georgia. Comptroller General’s Office.
Georgia. Militia.
Georgia. Office of the Governor.
Governors--Georgia.
Indentures.
Indians of North America--Southern States.
Jones County (Ga.)
Land grants--Georgia.
Land grants.
Military administration--Confederate States of America.
Military administration--Georgia.
Shipping--Southern States.
Slavery--Georgia--History.
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783.
Waters, H. H.
Wayne, Henry C., (Henry Constantine), 1815-1883
Whitaker, Jared I. (Jared Irwin), 1818-1884

General Notes

Portions of this collection have been digitized and are available online as part of America's Turning Point: Documenting the Civil War Experience in Georgia and Southeastern Native American Documents, 1730-1842.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Telamon Cuyler collection, ms 1170, series 1. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries

Processing Information note

The box numbers in this series do not run consecutively and there are no boxes numbered 8, 9, 10, or 13.


Related Material

For the rest of the Telamon Cuyler Collection MS 1170 at the Hargrett Library, see also: Series 2. Family Papers; Series 3. Personal Materials; Series 4. Correspondence; and Series 5. Writings, Notes, and Photographs


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11Alabama. Butler County. Sec. of State T. B. Tunstall, 1838, 1840
 
2American Revolution. Treaty of Peace, 1784
 
3Anderson, J. R. Tredegar Iron Works, 1861
 
4Andrews, Garnett
Letter, Washington, G[eorgi]a [to] [William] Schley, Gov[erno]r of Geo[rgi]a, Milledgeville, [Georgia] / Garnett Andrews, 1837 March 30 View online.
 
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15Astor, John J., 1877
 
6Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Company
 
7Augusta (GA) Citizen's Petition, 1786
 
8Augusta (GA). Public Corn, 1788
 
9Baber, Ambrose, 1836
 
10Baldwin, Abraham, 1799-1805
Letter, Washington, [D.C.] / Abr[aham] Baldwin, 1805 December 23 View online.
 
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111Barnard, Timothy, 1785-1822
[Letter] Augusta, [Georgia] to the Governor and the Executive Council / Geo[rge] Jones, 1786 May 23 View online.
Receipt for express[es and] provisions [delivered to] the Creeks, Augusta, [Georgia] / [received by] Clark, Elbert and Co[mpany], 1785 September 16 View online.
[Receipt for] sundries furnished the Indians, Savannah / [certified by] Timothy Barnard, 1785 June View online.
[Letter] Flint River / Tim[oth]y Barnard, 1787 August 1 View online.
Talk from head men of Buzzard Roost and [the] Cussetas to the Gov[er]n[o]r of Georgia, interpreted by T[imothy] Bar[nar]d, 1787 May 1 View online.
[Letter] Buzzard Roost, [Flint River], [to Governor George Mathews?] / Tim[oth]y Barnard, 1787 May 1 View online.
[Letter] Flint River, Georgia, [to] Governor [of] Georgia, George Mathews, Augusta, Georgia / Timothy Barnard, 1787 June 8 View online.
Letter, Flint River, [to Governor of Georgia, George Mathews?] / Tim[oth]y Barnard, 1787 August 18 View online.
Claim for Indian depredations / Hacky Walker, 1822 October 28 View online.
[Letter] Flint River, [Georgia to Governor of Georgia, Edward Telfair ?] / Tim[oth]y Barnard, 1790 July 12 View online.
[Letter] Flint River, [Georgia to] Gen[era]l John Twiggs / [Timothy Barnard], 1793 July 6 View online.
[Letter] [to] Gen[era]l John Twiggs, Augusta [Georgia] / Timothy Barnard, 1793 July 9 View online.
[Letter] Rebel Town, [to Governor of Georgia, Edward Telfair?] / John Twiggs, 1793 July 19 View online.
Letter, Fort James [to] Col[onel] Benjamin Hawkins / Timothy Barnard, 1804 May 17 View online.
[Letter] Flint River, [Georgia to] Mr. Mumford / Tim[oth]y Barnard, 1814 August 5 View online.
[Letter] Flint River, [to] Colo[nel] B[enjamin] Hawkins / Tim[oth]y Barnard, 1814 November 3 View online.
Talk [from] the Chehaw Chiefs to David B. Mitchill [Mitchell], Governor of Georgia / [signed by] Chefecksecoimmauthlau, 1816 December 27 View online.
 
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112Barnett, Samuel, 1862
 
13Bartow, Francis, 1851, 1857
 
14Bee, Barnard E., 1864
 
15Beecroft, Samuel, 1788
 
16Benning, Henry L., 1861
 
17Bethune, James N., 1861-1862
 
18Billups, John, 1838
 
19Berrien, John Macpherson, 1804-1853
[Letter] Washington, [D.C. to George] Troup, Gov[ernor of Georgia] / J[ohn] Macpherson Berrien [and] Thomas W. Cobb, 1826 February 23 View online.
[Letter] Washington, [D.C. to George] Troup, Governor [of Georgia] / J[oh]n Macpherson Berrien, 1826 April 22 View online.
[Letter] Senate Chamber [to George] Troup, Gov[ernor of Georgia] / J[oh]n Macpherson Berrien, 1826 May 9 View online.
[Letter] Washington, [D.C. to George] Troup, Gov[ernor of Georgia] / J[oh]n Macpherson Berrien, 1826 May 7 View online.
[Letter] Washington, [D.C. to George] Troup, Gov[ernor of Georgia] / J[ohn] Macpherson Berrien, 1826 May 18 View online.
 
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120Berrien, John Macpherson and Berrien family, 1797, 1845, 1859
 
21Blodget, Foster, 1861
 
22Bloomfield, Joseph, Gov. of New Jersey, 1810
 
23Bolton, C. Civil Engineer, 1824
 
24Bozeman, James, 1832
 
25Brown, Joseph E., 1857-1862
 
26Buie, M. A., 1861-1862
 
27Bulloch, Archibald and James, 1786
 
28Bunkley, Jesse C., lawsuit, 1836
 
29Calhoun, John, 1822-1838
Letter, Department of War [to] John Clark, Gov[erno]r of Georgia / John C. Calhoun, 1822 January 17 View online.
[Letter] Dep[art]m[en]t of War [to] John Ross, [et al.] / J[ohn] C. Calhoun, 1824 January 30 View online.
 
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130Camak, James, 1836, 1839
 
31Campbell, Duncan G., 1822
 
32Carr, Patrick, 1784-1790
Letter, Spring Hill, [Georgia to] Edward Telfare [i.e. Telfair], Governor of [Georgia] / Patrick Carr, 1786 April 26 View online.
Acc[oun]t of Major Patrick Carr [for] supplies to the Indians, Georgia, 1784 September 22 View online.
Account of Pat[rick] Carr, Georgia, 1784 View online.
 
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133Cass, Lewis, 1835-1858
 
34Chapman, O. W., 1873
 
35Charlton, Thomas V. P., 1805
 
36Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1853
 
37Church, Alonzo, 1836
 
38Clark, Elijah, 1794-1811
 
39Clay, Clement C., 1840
 
40Clemson, Thomas G., 1862
 
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51Clock Speech chart
 
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141Cobb, Howell, 1858-1863
 
42Cobb, Thomas R. R. (T.R.R.), 1849, 1853
 
43Cobbs, John, undated
 
44Coffee, John, letters to, 1832
[Letter] to Gen[era]l John Coffee / H. R. Ward, 1832 June 28 View online.
 
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145Coffee, John Commissioner of Alapaha Road, 1823-1832
 
46Coffee, John, letters from, 1819-1833
Letter Cherokee Agency, [to] George R. Gilmer, Governor of Georgia / Gen[era]l John Coffee, 1829 November 26 View online.
Report of General John Coffee on the boundary line between the Creeks and Cherokees Florence, Alabama [to] John H. Eaton / Jo[h]n Coffee, 1829 December 30 View online.
Letter Department of War, to Geo[rge] R. Gilmer, Milledgeville, Georgia, 1830 September 6 View online.
[Letter] Winns Ferry, [Georgia] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville / John Coffee, 1832 January 9 View online.
[Letter] [to] Gen[era]l [John] Coffee / Geo[rge] M. Waters, 1832 January 23 View online.
[Sworn statements on behalf of] John Hamilton, Andrew Hamilton, Zachariah Slayton, Philip Coleman, and Clinton Webb Gwinnett County, Georgia, 1832 January 23 View online.
Letter Clarkesville, Georgia, to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 January 27 View online.
[Letter] Bryan County, Geo[rgia], [to] Wilson Lumpkin, [Governor of Georgia], Milledgeville, Geo[rgia] / Major Geo[rge] M. Waters, 1832 January 30 View online.
Letter [with sworn statement] Gainesville, Georgia, to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 January 31 View online.
Letter Etowah, C[herokee] N[ation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville / John Coffee, 1832 February 5 View online.
Letter Etowah, Ch[erokee] Na[tion], to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville / John Coffee Letter, 1832 Feb. 18, Etowah, Ch[erokee] Na[tion], to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville / John Coffee, 1832 February 18 View online.
Letter Camp Lumpkin, to Governor Wilson Lumpkin, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 March 3 View online.
Letter Camp Lumpkin to Governor Wilson Lumpkin, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 March 3 View online.
Letter Etowah to Governor Wilson Lumpkin, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 March 17 View online.
Letter Etowah to Governor Wilson Lumpkin, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 March 25 View online.
Letter Etowah, [Cherokee Nation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 May 6 View online.
[Letter] Etowah, [Cherokee Nation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / Gen[era]l John Coffee, 1832 May 13 View online.
Letter Etowah, [Cherokee Nation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / Gen[era]l John Coffee, 1832 June 12 View online.
Letter Etowah, [Cherokee Nation], to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 June 17 View online.
Letter, Etowah, [Cherokee Nation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 June 24 View online.
Letter [with enclosed] communications, Etowah, [Cherokee Nation to] Wilson Lumpkin, [Governor of Georgia] / Gen[era]l Jno [i.e., John] Coffee, 1832 July 7 View online.
Letter, Head Quarters, [Etowah], Ch[erokee Nation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 July 21 View online.
[Letter], Etowah, [Cherokee Nation] to Wilson Lumpkin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / Jno. [i.e., John] Coffee, 1832 October 9 View online.
[Letter] Etowah, [Cherokee Nation] to Governor [Wilson] Lumpkin, Milledgeville, Georgia / John Coffee, 1832 November 9 View online.
Letter, Milledgeville to Governor Wilson Lumpkin, Milledgeville / John Coffee, 1832 November 22 View online.
 
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21Colerain Plantation. Letter, 1798 View online.
 
2Confederate. Alabama Legislature, 1861 View online.
 
3Confederate. Chimborazo Hospital. Letter, 1863 View online.
 
4Confederate. Military. General Orders, 1861-1862 View online.
 
5Confederate. Military. General Orders, 1863 View online.
 
6Confederate. Military. General Orders, 1864 View online.
 
7Confederate. Military. Special Orders, 1861-1862, 1864 View online.
 
8Confederate. Military. Special Orders, 1861-1862, 1864 View online.
 
9Confederate. Military. Special Orders, 1861-1862, 1864 View online.
 
10Confederate States. Post Office, 1861-1863 View online.
 
11Confederate. Reminiscences, undated View online.
 
12Confederate. Seal - wax impression and letter, 1907 View online.
 
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31Cooper, Mark A. Letters, 1827-1862
 
2Cooper, Mark A. Letters re:, 1967
 
3Couper, James Hamilton. Letter, 1836
Letter Waynesville, Wayne C[oun]ty, [Georgia] to William Schley, Milledgeville, [Georgia] / J[ames] Hamilton Couper, 1836 June 2 View online.
 
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34Crawford, Martin J. Letter, 1854
 
5Crawford, William H. Letters (1809-1817), Fragment (1817), 1809-1817
[Letter] Washington, [D.C.] to Jared Irwin, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / W[illia]m H. Crawford, 1809 February 4 View online.
Letter, War Department, [Washington, D.C. to] David B. Mitchell, Governor of Georgia, Milledgville [i.e., Milledgeville, Georgia] / W[illia]m H. Crawford, 1816 September 24 View online.
 
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36Cumming, Thomas. Letter, 1791
 
7Cutts, A. S. Letter, 1861
 
8Cuyler, Jacob. Letter, 1794
 
9Cuyler, Thomas H. Receipts (1857-1858), envelope (1871), 1857-1858, 1871
 
10Cuyler-Hood-Smith-Hamilton letters, 1799-1888
 
11Davis, Jefferson. Papers, 1861-1863
 
12Day, Ambrose. Papers, 1804-1805
[Account of payment owed] to Ambrose Day [by the] State of Georgia / [signed by] Ambrose Day View online.
 
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313Dearborn, Henry. Papers, 1802
 
14Delaware. Plea for funds for Newark Academy, 1773
 
15Doles, George. Letters, 1861
 
16Duche, Jacob. Letter and copy, 1777
 
17Early, Eleazar. Letter, 1813
 
18Eaton, John Henry (Governor of Florida). Letters, 1836
Letter Tallahassee, [Florida] to Governor J[oh]n H[enry] Eaton / Gen[era]l R[ichard] K. Call, 1836 January 8 View online.
[Letter] Tallahassee, [Florida to] Jno. [i.e. John] H[enry] Eaton, Gov[erno]r of Florida / R[ichard] K. Call, 1836 January 8 View online.
Letter Tallahassee, [Florida] / J[oh]n H[enry] Eaton, Governor [of Florida], 1836 January 9 View online.
Letter Tallahassee, [Florida to] W[illia]m Schley, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville, [Georgia] / John H. Eaton, Gov[erno]r of Florida, 1836 January 21 View online.
Letter Tallahassee, [Florida to] W[illia]m Schley, Governor of Geo[r]gia, Milledgeville / J[ohn] H. Eaton, 1836 January 25 View online.
Letter Tallahassee, [Florida to William Schley?, Governor of Georgia] / J[ohn] H. Eaton, Gov[erno]r of Florida, 1836 February 2 View online.
 
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319Elliott, Caroline. Letters, 1862-1863
 
20Elliott, John. Letters (1804, 1807) and abstract (1814), 1804, 1807, 1814
 
21Elliot, Rev. Stephen. Letter, 1866
 
22Emancipation. Receipt, 1785
 
23Emanuel, David. Letter, 1787
 
24Estill, J. H. Letter, 1878
 
25Evans, Clement A. Letters to, 1860
 
26Finch & Warland Trading Co. Paper, 1830
 
27Florida. East Florida Papers, 1782-1795
Letter to Governor [Arturo] ONeal [i.e., O'Neill] / Geo[rge] Mathews, [Governor of Georgia], 1787 November 7 View online.
Letter Natches [i.e., Natchez District] to Edw[ar]d Telfair, Gov[ernor of Georgia] / Manuel Gayoso de Lemos, 1792 August 29 View online.
Translation of the answer given by his Excellency the Governor of his most Catholick [sic] Majesty's Province of East Florida to a letter from his Excellency the Governor of the State of Georgia, St. Augustine, [Florida to] George Mathews / Vincent[e] Manuel de Zespedes, 1787 December 10 View online.
 
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328Florida. Gulf Coast map, undated
 
29Forsyth, John. Letters, 1811-1839
Letter, Washington, [D.C. to] G[eorge] M. Troup, [Governor of Georgia] / John Forsyth, 1825 March 5 View online.
[Letter] Sand Hills, [Georgia] / John Forsyth, 1826 June 15 View online.
[Letter] Georgetown, District of Columbia [to] George R. Gilmer, Governor of Georgia / John Forsyth, 1830 January 24 View online.
 
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330Forsyth, Robert. Receipts (1789) and letter (undated), 1789, undated
Acc[oun]t of expence [sic] [for two] hats to be forwarded to the Creek Indians/ [signed by] Rob[ert] Forsyth, 1789 April 11 View online.
 
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331Gaines, Edmund Pendleton. Extract of letter, 1815
Extract of a letter, War Department, [Washington, D.C.] to Major General [Edmund P.] Gaines, 1815 October 24 View online.
 
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332Galphin, George. Receipt, 1788
 
33Galphin, Thomas. Silver Bluff letter, 1789
 
34Galusha, Jonas. (Gov. of Vermont). Resolution, 1809
 
35Garfield, James A. Letter, 1869
 
36Gartrell, Lucius J. Letter, 1858
 
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VB113George III. Memoranda regarding Dragoons to Ireland and note from theh Queen's House, 1790, 1796
 
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41Georgia. Accounts. County clerks, 1790
 
2Georgia. Accounts. Governor's warrants
 
3Georgia. Accounts, 1784
Account [of] articles furnished [by] James Rae for the use of the Fat King/ [by order of] John Habersham, 1784 View online.
 
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44Georgia. Accounts, 1785
Rec[eip]t [of payment to] Joseph Langford for bringing an express from the Cherokees, Savannah, [Georgia] / [signed by] Joseph Langford; witness[ed] by G[eorge] Handley, 1785 March 10 View online.
 
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19B19Georgia. Accounts [oversize item removed from folder 4:4], 1785 View online.
 
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45Georgia. Accounts, 1786
 
6Georgia. Accounts, 1787
Account [of funds owed] Neil Cleveland [by the] State of Georgia/ [signed by] Neil Cleveland, 1787 View online.
 
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47Georgia. Accounts, 1788
 
8Georgia. Accounts, 1789
[Account of payment owed] Ja[me]s M. Simmons [by] the State of Georgia/ [signed by] Ja[me]s M. Simmons, 1789 View online.
Receipt for wine from the public store of the State of Georgia/ [signed by] John Howell, 1789 May 23 View online.
 
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49Georgia. Accounts, 1790
 
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19B18Georgia. Account of the Members of Council [oversize item removed from folder 4:9], 1789 View online.
 
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410Georgia. Accounts, 1791
 
11Georgia. Accounts, 1792
 
12Georgia. Accounts, 1793
 
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VB118Georgia. Accounts. Joseph Watts - Yazoo, 1793
 
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413Georgia. Accounts, 1794
 
14Georgia. Accounts, 1795
 
15Georgia. Accounts, 1796
 
16Georgia. Accounts, 1797
 
17Georgia. Accounts, 1798
 
18Georgia. Accounts, 1798-1799
 
19Georgia. Accounts, 1799
[Receipt for] fifteen dollars from T[homas ?] Johnson/ [signed by] Joshua L.[?] Smither, 1799 February 9 View online.
Ac[count of expenses associated with prisoners] Peter Hutchinson [and] Merit Mitchel, 1799 July 8 View online.
[Receipt] for monies disbursed by Thomas [?] Johnson, 1799 March 14 View online.
 
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420Georgia. Accounts, 1800
 
21Georgia. Accounts, 1803
 
22Georgia. Accounts, 1805-1806
 
23Georgia. Accounts, 1825
 
24Georgia. Accounts, 1826
 
25Georgia. Accounts, 1831
[Receipt] for [funds] paid [to] Henry Burns/ [paid by] Col[onel] J.W.A. Sanford, 1831 January 3 View online.
 
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426Georgia. Accounts, 1833
 
27Georgia. Accounts, 1838-1839
 
28Georgia. Accounts, undated
 
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19B20Georgia. Accounts. Petition against raising funds to clear and open the Ogeechee River [oversize item removed from folder 4:28], undated View online.
 
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51Georgia. Adjutant General. Bonds of Indenture, 1784, 1809
 
2Georgia. Adjutant General. Elholm, Augustus C. George, 1786-1795
[Letter] Augusta, [Georgia] to George Walton, Augusta, Georgia / A[ugustus] C[hristian] George Elholm, 1787 October 23 View online.
Extract from [a] letter,[State of] Franklin [to] Governor [Edward] Telfair, 1786 September 30 View online.
 
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53Georgia. Adjutant General. Elholm, Augustus C. George
[Legal opinion on the] petition of Col[onel] Jesse Sanders, his officers and men, 1793 View online.
Petition of Augustus Christian George Elholm, Augusta, [Georgia], 1792 December 6 View online.
 
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54Georgia. Adjutant General. Elholm, Augustus C. George
[Letter] Office of Adj[utan]t Gen[era]l [to] George Mathews, Governor [of Georgia], Augusta, [Georgia] / Augustus C. G. Elholm, 1794 April 4 View online.
[Letter] to George Mathews, Governor [of Georgia], Augusta, [Georgia] / Augustus C. G. Elholm, Adjutant General, 1794 August 1 View online.
[Statement of] Jhon Holinghead [i.e., John Hollingshead]/ [signed by] Jhon Holinghead [i.e., John Hollingshead], 1794 June 17 View online.
[Statement transferring] John Espey['s] clame [sic]/ [signed by] Tho[ma]s Trammell [and] John Espey, 1794 June 11 View online.
[Statement transferring] Ja[me]s Espey['s] wages/ [signed by] Ja[me]s Espey, 1794 June 17 View online.
 
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55Georgia. Adjutant General. Fauche, Jonas, 1798
 
6Georgia. Adjutant General. Floyd, C. R., 1840-1841
[Sworn statement of] Nathan Norton, Fort Moniac, [Florida], 1840 March 15 View online.
 
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57Georgia. Antebellum. Music lyrics, State government misc., 1860
 
8Georgia. Athens. Business papers, 1869
 
9Georgia. Attorney General. Bulloch, W. B., 1799
 
10Georgia. Attorney General. Pendleton, Nathaniel/Stirk, Samuel, 1785-1786
 
11Georgia. Auditor's Office, 1787
[Receipt of] W[illia]m Neel for coming express from the Creek Nation, 1787 April 25 View online.
[Receipt of] Reuben Jones for bringing dispatches from the Creek Nation, 1787 April 25 View online.
[Receipt of] Capt[ain] James Pearre for the pay and support of the Indian guard, 1787 February 15 View online.
[Receipt for payment to] James White to proceed to the Creek Nation, 1787 February 14 View online.
[Receipts for services of] Rich[ar]d Worsham, John Temple, Rob[er]t Dixon, [and] Ambros Gaines, 1787 July 17 View online.
 
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61Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-Alabama Boundary Line, 1839
 
2Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-Florida Boundary Commission, 1819-1862
[Letter] Milledgeville, [Georgia to] John Clark, Governor of Georgia / William Green, 1819 December 13 View online.
 
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63Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-Florida Boundary Line, #1-35, 1799-1827 July
[Letter], Flint River [to] Capt[ai]n Span or Capt[ai]n [John?] Swelley, Montgomery County, Georgia / Timothy Barnard, 1799 October 11 View online.
[Letter] Florida Line, to George M. Troup, Gov[ernor of Georgia], Milledgeville, G[eorgi]a / Tho[mas] Spalding, 1827 March 12 View online.
Correspondence between T[homas] Spalding and Gov[ernor] Th[omas] M[ann] Randolph, 1827 April 4 View online.
[Letter] Milledgeville, [Georgia], to Geo[rge] M. Troup, Governor [of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / Thomas Spalding, 1827 May 8 View online.
 
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64Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-Florida Boundary Line, #36-70, 1827 October-1846 May
 
5Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-Florida Boundary Line, #71-125, 1846 September-1873 March
 
6Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-North Carolina Boundary Line, 1799-1831
[Letter] War Department, [to] James Jackson, Governor of Georgia, Louisville, [Georgia] / James McHenry, Sec[re]t[ar]y [of] War, 1799 August 13 View online.
Letter[s], Cherokee Nation, [to] George R. Gilmer, [Governor of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / Edward Lloyd Thomas, 1831 February 28, March 5 View online.
 
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67Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-South Carolina Boundary Line, 1853
 
8Georgia. Boundary Settlements. Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line, 1818-1819
Letter, Look-out Mountain, [Cherokee Nation ? to] William Rabun, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville, [Georgia] / Joseph McMinn, Governor of Tennessee, 1818 May 16 View online.
Letter [to] William Rabun, [Governor of Georgia], Milledgeville, Georgia / Hugh Montgomery, 1818 April 2 View online.
Letter, Camp Ustonally [i.e., Oostanaula ?] to William Rabun, Governor of Georgia, Milledgeville, [Georgia] / Joseph McMinn, 1818 June 27 View online.
Report of the commissioners on the part of Georgia for running the boundary line between the states of Georgia and Tennessee to W[illia]m Rabun, Governor of Georgia / J. Camak ... [et al.], 1818 July 13 View online.
Letter, Cherokee Agency [to] W[illia]m Rabun, Gov[ernor] of Georgia / Return J. Meigs, 1819 January 5 View online.
 
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69Georgia. Business records. Miscellaneous, 1819
 
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71Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Fitch - James Ogilby, 1761-1764 View online.
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Fitch - Townsin Roberson, 1762 April 2 View online.
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Fitch - Da Costa E. Farr, 1764 January 10 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Fitch - Andrew McCorrie, 1764 February 21 View online.
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Fitch - John Wertsch, 1765 April 11 View online.
 
6Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Jones - Thomas Moodie, 1770 May 29 View online.
 
7Georgia. Colonial. Account. Rev. John Syth - William Johnson, 1768 March 26 View online.
 
8Georgia. Colonial. Account. John Walker - Rae, Whitefield & Co., 1771 December 30 View online.
 
9Georgia. Colonial. Account. William Wilson - Benjamin Wilson, 1756 March 12 View online.
 
10Georgia. Colonial. Accounts. Committee of the District of Augusta, 1775 View online.
 
11Georgia. Colonial. Act. Business regulations (fragment), 1759 View online.
 
12Georgia. Colonial. Candler, William. Signature (fragment) View online.
 
13Georgia. Colonial. Egmont, Earl of. Papers, 1735-1745 View online.
 
14Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Mrs. Mary Bateman, 7 January 1774 View online.
 
15Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. William Brisbane, undated View online.
 
16Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. William Clark (Philip Box, Adm.), 21 November 1766 View online.
 
17Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. George Cuthbert (James Cuthbert & Alexander Inglis Exec), 18 February 1771 View online.
 
18Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Owen Day, 6 September 1758 View online.
 
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19B24-26Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. David Douglass (1764) and James Dormer (1747) [oversize items removed from 7:19], 5 January 1747, 31 March 1764 View online. View online. View online.
 
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720Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Finley (Elizabeth Finley, Exec.), 19 August 1760 View online.
 
21Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Rev. Samuel Frink (23 October 1771) and Robert Fox (19 November 1746), 1746, 1771 View online.
 
22Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Michael Germaine, 2 March 1769 View online.
 
23Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. James Gray Sr., 21 January 1767 View online.
 
24Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Robert Hamilton, ca. 1774 View online.
 
25Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Benjamin Horn, undated View online.
 
26Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Jackson, 24 August 1771 View online.
 
27Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Mrs. James Kennan, 10 September 1770 View online.
 
28Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. William Kennedy, undated View online.
 
29Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. William Kirk, 6 April 1767 View online.
 
30Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Lester, undated View online.
 
31Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Daniel McCauly, 20 November 1770 View online.
 
32Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Mary Maxwell, 9 January 1775 View online.
 
33Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Pettycrew (David Holms, Adm.), 20 August 1773 View online.
 
34Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Joseph Prunniere, 25 May 1768 View online.
 
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19B5Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. William Pugh [oversize item removed from 7:34], 1759 April 18 View online.
 
23Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Rae [oversize item removed from 7:35], 1773 July 25 View online.
 
16Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Bowl Miller [oversize], 1772 View online.
 
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735Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Nicholas Rigby, 6 May 1756 View online.
 
36Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Thomas Ross. Re: John Douglass, Edward Keatings, and Catherine Cashell, 29 November 1766 View online.
 
37Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. John Stevens, ca. 1759 View online.
 
38Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. George Strobher, 1 July 1771 View online.
 
39Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Joseph Summers, 18 June 1776 View online.
 
40Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. George Sybolt, 22 November 1757 View online.
 
41Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Peter Wynne (Elijah Breaseal, Exec.), 26 April 1771 View online.
 
42Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Benjamin Youngblood, 8 September 1773 View online.
 
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51Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Copies from a court book, including the estate of George Fraser, Alexander Martin, and James Cook; sketch of a tract of land called Cedar Grove by Henry Yonge, 1778
 
Georgia. Colonial. Estate Papers. Daniel Clark of Augusta, 1757
 
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743Georgia. Colonial. Executive Council. Land warrants, 1770-1775 View online.
 
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19B2Georgia. Colonial. Executive Council. Land warrants [oversize item removed from 7:43], 1770-1772 View online.
 
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744Georgia. Colonial. Executive Council. Orders, 1771-1772 View online.
 
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111Georgia. Colonial. Houstoun, Patrick, 1773 View online.
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Francis Arven-David Montaigut, 5 September 1768 View online.
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Robert Baillie - George Baillie, 1767 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Bishop-Thomas Cains, 8 October 1767 View online.
 
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19B21Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Mary Bowling-Joseph Pruniere [oversize item removed from 11:5], 1 January 1762 View online.
 
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116Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Jonathan Bryan-John Mulryne, 1 March 1768 View online.
 
7Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Thomas Burrington-Peter Blythe, 26 January 1769 View online.
 
8Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Owen Daniel-Philip Howell, 5 July 1768 View online.
 
9Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Samuel Douglass-Henry Yonge the Younger, 5 April 1768 View online.
 
10Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Mary Ellis, 1774 View online.
 
11Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Thomas Flyming-Peter Blyth, 7 April 1767 View online.
 
12Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Joseph & Hannah Gibbons-Michael Switzer et al., 11 August 1761 View online.
 
13Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Graham-Thomas Young, 3 February 1767 View online.
 
14Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Grant-George Baillie, 1 September 1767 View online.
 
15Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James Gray-Edward Keating, 14 July 1767 View online.
 
16Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James Habersham, Jr. - Commissioners, 10 July 1774 View online.
 
17Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Anthony Hancock-Thomas Ellis, 1753 View online.
 
18Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Robert Humphreys-Joshua Atkinson, 5 July 1758 View online.
 
19Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Irvine, 4 May 1767 View online.
 
20Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. David Jervey-John Irvine, 2 January 1769 View online.
 
21Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James Johnston-Joseph Farley, 20 October 1774 View online.
 
22Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Peter Laffitte-Anthony Lamotte, 24 April 1759 View online.
 
23Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Alexander Low-William Low, 21 January 1756 View online.
 
24Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Abraham Lunday-John Nevill-Mordecai Sheftall, 5 April 1768 View online.
 
25Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Lachlan McGullivray-Thomas Lee, 2 October 1769 View online.
 
26Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James McHendry-James Muter, 2 June 1767 View online.
 
27Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Joseph Maddock-James Simpson, 1 April 1771 View online.
 
28Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Nathaniel Miller (fragment) View online.
 
29Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. William Moore-John Vanrenselear et al, 31 May 1770 View online.
 
30Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. David Murray-Charles Murray, 1 February 1770 View online.
 
31Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Charles Ogilvie-John Forbes, 24 June 1775 View online.
 
32Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Thomas Parsons-Thomas Elder, 21 April 1769 View online.
 
33Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James Edward Powell-Henry Yonge, 1 November 1768 View online.
 
34Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Matthew Roche-Mordecai Sheftall, 3 October 1768 View online.
 
35Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Jethro Rountree-Needham Jarnigan, 3 January 1771 View online.
 
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19B1Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Sybella Shaley-Clement Martin, Jr. [oversize item removed from 11:36], 24 November 1774 View online.
 
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1137Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Simpson-George Baillie, 6 January 1767 View online.
 
38Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Edward Telfair-Teleman Cuyler, 6 September 1768 View online.
 
39Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. William Telfair-George Mackintosh, 6 January 1767 View online.
 
40Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. William Telfair-Basil Cowper, 1 December 1767 View online.
 
41Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Nehemiah Tindal-John Adam Treutlen, 2 March 1768 View online.
 
42Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Travis-John Tinkler, 23 October 1767 View online.
 
43Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Alexander Wylly-Timothy Lowten, 26 February 1773 View online.
 
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19B17Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Francis Wynne-George Wyche [oversize item removed from 11:44], 6 August 1766 View online.
 
14Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Henry Yonge the Younger-Sarah Tinkler [oversize item removed from 11:45], 19 January 1771 View online.
 
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121Georgia. Colonial. Land survey. Martin Lachner, 30 September 1761 View online.
 
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19B8Georgia. Colonial. Land Transactions. William Ewen-Jacob Berrer [oversize item removed from 12:2], 1761 View online.
 
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123Georgia. Colonial. Land Transactions. Frances Jones-John and Philip Jones, 9 March 1774 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Land Transactions. Thomas Leitch-Daniel Kennedy, 3 November 1760 View online.
 
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19B15Georgia. Colonial. Land Transactions. Lachlan McGillivray-George McKenzie [oversize item removed from 12:5], 24 May 1767 View online.
 
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126Georgia. Colonial. Land Transactions. Robert Noble-George Noble, 19 February 1756 View online.
 
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19B9Georgia. Colonial. Laurens, Henry. Altamaha lands [oversize item removed from 12:7], 1763 View online.
 
13Georgia. Colonial. Slave Mortgage. Richard Bradley-Isaac Young [oversize item removed from 12:8], 26 July 1763 View online.
 
11Georgia. Colonial. Mortgage. Nehemiah Wade-Devereaux Jarrat [oversize item removed from 12:9] View online.
 
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1210Georgia. Colonial. Oglethorpe, James. extract from "Life of Oglethorpe" View online.
 
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19B10Georgia. Colonial. Oglethorpe, James. House of Assembly minutes [oversize item removed from 12:10], 1787 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Parish of Christ Church. Barbery Barrier. Renunciation of dower [oversize item removed from 12:11], 1762 View online.
 
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1212Georgia. Colonial. Parish of St. John. Alex Duff & Lachlan Duff-Alex Inglis. Power of Attorney, 1772 View online.
 
13Georgia. Colonial. Parish of St. Matthew. Indenture. Mortgage, 1765, 1772 View online.
 
14Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. James Baird-John Buchanan, 12 January 1773 View online.
 
15Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. George Blamire-Francis Arthur & John Lawson, 7 October 1764 View online.
 
16Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. Isaac Levy-William Vanderspiegle, 13 November 1758 View online.
 
17Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. Thomas Stephens-William Ewen & John Milledge, 25 April 1761 View online.
 
18Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. William Taverner-John Sauder, 1 September 1772 View online.
 
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19B12Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. William Tucker-Benjamin Stiles power of attorney [oversize items removed from 12:19], 1 May 1770 View online.
 
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1220Georgia. Colonial. Power of Attorney. Henry Yonge-Elizabeth Yonge & James Deveaux, 13 October 1760 View online.
 
21Georgia. Colonial. Receipts, 1776 View online.
 
22Georgia. Colonial. Receipts, 1765-1783 View online.
 
23Georgia. Colonial. Receipts fragments, undated View online.
 
24Georgia. Colonial. Shipping account. Capt. Garrison-James Armstrong, 3 April 1765 View online.
 
25Georgia. Colonial. Slavery., undated View online.
 
26Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Bill of sale. Willliam Baillows-Francis Blake, 8 June 1757 View online.
 
27Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Bill of sale. John Henderson-James Bray, 15 March 1774 View online.
 
28Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Bill of sale. William Wilson-Benjamin Wilson, 12 March 1756 View online.
 
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19B3Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Bill of sale. Alexander Wylly-Mrs. Heriot Crooke [oversize item removed from folder 12:29], 1774 February 4 View online.
 
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1230Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Deed of gift. Thomas Basset, 5 April 1758 View online.
 
31Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Deed of gift. Henry Yonge-Mary Yonge, 1 May 1769 View online.
 
32Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Manumissions. John Hearn, Daniel Ross, 1762-1765
[Statement of] manumission of [two Indian slaves belonging to] John Hearn, Georgia, 1762 June 12 View online.
 
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1233Georgia. Colonial. Slavery. Vessel Gambia. Smallpox inoculation, 2 August 1768 View online.
 
34Georgia. Colonial. Verelst, Harmon. Meeting of associates of Dr. Bray, 27 November 1744 View online.
 
35Georgia. Colonial. Whitefield, George. College, 1764 View online.
 
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141Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1756 September 13 View online.
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1758 View online.
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1759 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1760 View online.
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1762 View online.
 
6Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1764 View online.
 
7Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1765 View online.
 
8Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1766 View online.
 
9Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1767 View online.
 
10Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1768 View online.
 
11Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1769 View online.
 
12Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1770 View online.
 
13Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1771 View online.
 
14Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1772 View online.
 
15Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1773 View online.
 
16Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, 1774 View online.
 
17Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands (includes fragments), 1776-1777 View online.
 
18Georgia. Colonial. Orders for warrants for lands, undated View online.
 
19Georgia. Colonial. Blank land grant forms, undated View online.
 
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151Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1756-1757 View online.
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1758-1759 View online.
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1760-1761 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1762 View online.
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1764 View online.
 
6Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1765 View online.
 
7Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1766-1767 View online.
 
8Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1768-1769 View online.
 
9Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1770-1771 View online.
 
10Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1772-1773 View online.
 
11Georgia. Colonial. Council orders, 1774 View online.
 
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15A1Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. William Jackson, 450 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1769 View online.
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. William Candler, 200 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1770 View online.
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. William Candler, 50 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1770 View online.
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. Frederick Francis, 150 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1770 View online.
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. Edward Eckles, 200 acres in Wrightsborough Township, St. Paul's Parish, 1770 View online.
 
6Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. Edward Barnard, 350 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1771 View online.
 
7Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. Barnabas Pace, 100 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1772 View online.
 
8Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. Edmund Bugg, 200 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1772 View online.
 
9Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. John Bennet, 150 acres, St. Paul's Parish, 1774 View online.
 
10Georgia. Colonial. Land Grants. Micajah Vasser, 1000 acres, Montgomery County, 1794 View online.
 
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15B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. James I (illegible)
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. (illegible), 1609
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. (in Latin), 1620
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. William Adams to William Boys, 1627
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. William Austen & William Turfer [?], 1640
 
6Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Edward Batourk [?] & Walter St [?], 1627
 
7Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Stephan Blimroe [?] & John Gimnell [?], 1629
 
8Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Burgess of the Burrough of Wallingford & Elizabeth Seymour, 1703
 
9Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Peeter Cloake & John Gimble, 1627
 
10Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. William Elgar & Peter Johnson, 1671
 
11Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Joseph Green-receipt of brass measures (date missing)
 
12Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Horlackondson [?] to Playfor [?] (in Latin)
 
13Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. John Holland & Thomas Lampkin, 1652
 
14Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Re: Thomas Lampart [?] (in Latin), [1560?]
 
15Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Peter Maplisson & Judith Slaybrooke, 1649
 
16Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Robert Maye & Thornhurst, 1610
 
17Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Robert Moorcock & Elizabeth Gardner, 1668
 
18Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Writ of obligation [?]-Anthony Panle & Richard Fonle [?], 1624
 
19Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Obligation-Jasper Scoles [?] & Richard Webb, 1658
 
20Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Obligation-Leonard Smythe & Peeter Abbe, 1622
 
21Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Colward Taddie, Stephen Bishopp, Jeffery Tomlin, Thomas Wheatley, John Franklin, James Henneker & John Smith, 1652
 
22Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Receipt [?]-payment to John Tagett, John Bull, Samuel Neale, William Roper, 1767
 
23Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Receipt of brass measure by Samuel Turner to be delivered to George Talbot
 
24Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Obligation-Clement Typp to Vincent Packle [?], 1634
 
25Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Tomson Warner for receipt of brass measures & weights, 1768
 
26Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Walter Waller & John Webb, 1657
 
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12C1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Edward Bridges (Wootten, Kent, England); and Henry Collard (Kent); lease [large hole, heavy creases], 1778
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. John Andrews, Elizabeth (wife?) and William Dennis (deed) [parchment, writing faded, good], 1783
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Reverend Edward Tymewell Brydges (Wootton, Kent, Great Britian) [first part]; Thomas Goft (Salisfield Parish, Kent), William Wilds (Chordon Parish, Kent [second part] and Edward Busy (Chilhany Parish, Kent); for 10s [turn, fair-good], 1789
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Reverend William Dejovas Byrch and Elizabeth (Canterbury), his wife, and Richard Gardner, Jr. counterpart of lease on land in Kent., 1782
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Reverend William Chapman (London) and John Woods (London) for conveyance (?) [dirty, good], 1639
 
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13C1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. William Edgar (London) and Peter Johnson (Canterbury); conveyance (?) [fair, some fading], 1671
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Christopher Edwards, Richard Russell, Robert Lattenden, John Lattenden; deed, lease?, 1680
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Samuel Greenhill (Canterbury) and Daniel Farris; for counterpart of mortgage [dirty, good], 1714
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Thomas Hall and wife Elizabeth and John Horton [good, one hole], 1725
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Philip Lord Hardwicke concerning the "Act concerning sea marke and mariners" (1566) - for the placing of channel markers and bouys [good], 1750
 
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14C1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Richard Hart (Kent), and William Barrett; deed of mortgage [fine, some dirt], 1653
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Andrew Johnson (Canterbury, G. B.) and Daniel Nicballs, Thomas Nicballs (Hobstone, Kent); land lease [good, some staining], 1713
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Thomas Wolley Bickaring, Mary (wife) [Canterbury, Kent GB] and Thomas Upton (London); for assignment of mortgage [heavy creases], 1772
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Henry Piggott and John Cronck Chiddings: tone; lease [some fading at bottom parchment curling], 1704
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. George Robinson (Kent), and Richard Perryne and wife Marie; conveyances of lurd, 1636
 
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15C1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Philip Sabind (Kent), and Thomas Napheton (Kent); lease (mortgage) [good], 1670
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Mary Sandys (North bourne, Kent), and Paul Barrett (Grayes Inn, Middlesessex), deed. Preabmle gives details of Sandys relations [much deterioration], 1676
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Richard Sandys (Northborne, Kent), Benedictus Sandys, John Kidden (London), Robert Bonner (London); for lease of land [fair], 1691
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. [many tears, creases], 1706
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Edward Saunderr (Northborn, Kent); and Edwin Sandye (London); [much fading, bad deteriorations at top through middle], 1605
 
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16C1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Henry Smith and James Buck; conveyance [creased, dirty], 1654
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Thomas Taylor with Robert Holden; counterpart of lease [good], 1635
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Daniel Trigg, Margarett (wife) (Kent), and William Belches; conveyance of lease to Belch [heavy curling at top], 1706
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Thomas Turner (Kingston, Kent) Thomas Kent (London) and John Shorter and Sir Richard Sandys (Northbourne, Kent) mortgage counterpart [large stain running width of document], 1700
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Thomas turner (Kingston, Kent); and William Shorter (Surrey); and Mary Sandys (widow of Sr. Richard Sandys) (Northbourne, Kent), 1691
 
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17C1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. John Tymes and James Kelley, land lease [good], 1674
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Combe Winsley (Canterbury), and James Abree; for mortgage. [good], 1751
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Peter Wright the Younger (Depfford, Kent), and William Gritch; lease [deteriorated], 1681
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. English. Latin. Charles II [loudly faded, creased]
 
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15B27Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Edward Baker & Thomas Morris, 300 acres, Parish of St. Andrew, 1774
 
28Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Jacob Barrier/ wife Barbery & Andrew Pence, lot in Ewensburgh, 1762
 
29Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. John Bowman & Miles Brewton, lease, 1772
 
30Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Roger Chew & Joseph Pannill, lease, Parish of St. Paul (2 indentures), 1775
 
31Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Charles Clark & Martin Weatherford, Parish of St. Paul, 1774
 
32Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Commissioners of Confiscated Estates & Lachlan McIntosh, 44 acres, Parish of St. Andrew, 1784
 
33Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Commissioners of Forfeited Estates & Francis Courboisie, 1784
 
34Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Abraham Danford & Jacob Lockerman, 50 acres in District of Great Ogeechee, 1758
 
35Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Lewis Johnson & Richard Crooke, 500 acres, Parish of St. Andrew, 1773
 
37Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Holman Freeman & William Candler, 350 acres, Parish of St. Paul (Richmond County), 1779
 
38Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. John Graves & Benjamin Andrews, 1759
 
39Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Luther Halliwell & Blasingame Harvey, 150 acres, St. George Parish, 1773
 
40Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Richard Hubbard & Benjamin Williamson, 1760
 
41Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Richard Hubbard & Benjamin Williamson, 1760
 
42Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Robert Humphrys & Joshua Atkinson, Ebenezer District, 1758
 
43Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. John Ingles & John Burnley, 500 acres, Parish of St. Andrews lease, 1777
 
44Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Samuel Jeanes & Mary Drew, St. Johns Parish, 1769
 
45Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Samuel Kemp & Daniel Kemp, Baldwin County, 1808
 
46Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Zachariah Lamar, wife Sarah & Daniel Wallicon. St. Paul Parish, 1771
 
47Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Thomas Lee & John Aitkinson, St. Matthew Parish, lease, 1775
 
48Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Samuel Lewis & Samuel Jones, 1763
 
49Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Alexander Low & William Low, 1755
 
50Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Alexander Low & William Low, lease, 1755
 
51Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Robert Lucas & Jacob Lockerman, St. John's Parish, lease, 1761
 
52Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Rev. John Joachim Zubly, wife Anne & George Galphin, land in Augusta, release, 1771
 
53Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Rev. John Joachim Zubly, wife Anne & James Myers, release, 1777
 
54Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Charles Odingsells & Rev. Moses Allen, wife Elizabeth, 1775
 
55Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Charles Odingsells & Rev. Moses Allen, wife Elizabeth, Parish of St. John, lease, 1775
 
56Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Thomas Osgood & Joseph Oswald, St. Andrew Parish, release, 1774
 
57Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Thomas Osgood & Joseph Oswald, St. Andrew Parish, lease, 1774
 
58Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Frances Roab/Robe & William Riggs Travers, lease, 1775
 
58BGeorgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Frances Roab/Robe & William Riggs Travers, Christ Church Parish, 1775
 
59Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Matthew Roche & Lewis Johnson, assignment of writs, 1773
 
60Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Jethro Rowntree & Needham Jarnigan[?], lease, 1771
 
61Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Drury Scruggs, wife Cattherrainer & Joshua Pearce, release, 1769
 
62Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Drury Scruggs, wife Cattherrainer & Joshua Pearce, St. Matthew Parish, lease, 1769
 
63Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Jeremiah Sliterman & John Kitts, 1758
 
64Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. John Timmons, wife Maciah[?] & John Mitchell, Colonel's Island lease, 1775
 
65Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Francis Taylor, wife Elizabeth & George Ducker, Ewensburg, 1771
 
66Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. John Adam Treutlen & James O'Berry, St. Matthew Parish, 1767
 
67Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. George Walker, wife Mary & Thomas Fussol[?], St. George Parish, 1772
 
68Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. William Wheat, wife Martha & John Anderson, St. Paul's Parish, Wrightsborough Township, 1774
 
69Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. William Wheat, wife Martha & John Anderson, St. Paul's Parish, Wrightsborough Township, release, 1774
 
70Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. John Williams & Thomas Wylly, Christ Church Parish, lease, 1777
 
71Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Jacob Winfree & John Golightly, St. George Parish, lease, 1769
 
72Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Georgia. Thomas Woods & Job Price, St. George Parish, lease, 1774
 
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1B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Banks (Charleston) to William Washington and Joseph Brown (Charleston); for 5s [good condition], 1783 November 6
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Banks to William Washing and Joseph Brown; for 6300 (Charleston, S. C.) [fair, some tears]
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Jacob Barrien (Christ Church Parish, GA) and his wife, Barbery, and Edmund Pierce (Christ Church Parish, GA); purchase of land in Ervensburg [small tears, holes], 1765
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Mary Bowling (Savannah, GA) to Joseph Pruniere...fragment [laminated]
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Bowman to Miles Branton (Charleston), for 3000, 1772
 
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2B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. William Bradley (London), and John Masell (Savannah) [tears, holes, brittle], 1767
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. William Bradley the Elder (London) and John Marrell (Savannah); lease [pieces, brittle], 1767
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. James Brown (St. George Parish) and William Davis Quarrell (Jamacia), Jonathan Simpson, Jr. (Boston), release [pieces, brittle], 1775
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. James Brown (St. George Parish) and William Davis Quarrell (Jamacia), Jonathan Simpson, Jr. (Boston), lease for a year [pieces, brittle], 1775
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Josiah Bryan and Thomas Lynch (Charleston, S. C.), Alexander Rose. Release in fee simple. [fair, large tears, 2d page], 1770
 
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3B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Josiah Bryan (Georgia) and Thomas Lynch (Charleston, S. C.); for one year lease [tears, holes], 1770
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Samuel Burgess (Christ Church Parish) and Joseph Butler. lease [good, some tears], 1775
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Samuel Burgess (Christ Church Parish) and wife Elizabeth, and Joseph butler. release in fee [good, some holes], 1775
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Hepworth Carter; Hugh Lawson, Abraham Ravot (Commissioners of forfeited estates); and James Gignilliat (Chatham County) . lease for a year [fine], 1783
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Hepworth Carter, Hugh Lawson and Abraham Ravot to James Gignilliat (Liberty Co. G. A.); for 5s [fair], 1783
 
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4B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Abraham Ravot, Hugh Lawson, Hepworth Carter (Commissioners of forfeited estates), and Francis Courvoisie, John Kell (Savannah). release [good, some tears], 1784
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Abraham Ravot, Hepworth Carter, Hugh Lawson (Commissioners of confiscated estates), & John Barnard. release [good, long tears], 1775
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Roger Chew (Alexandria, V. A.) and Joseph Pannill (St. Paul's Parish, G. A.). release in fee. three sheets plus special covenats [poor, brittle, holes, insect damage], 1775
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Charles Clarke (St. Paul's Parish, G. A.) and Martin Weatherford. for release of alnd [some tears], 1774
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Grey elliot and wife, Mary (Savannah) and William Syford; for release of land in Savannah. [torn on creases], 1770
 
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5B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Lachland M. Gillivary [?] (Vale Royal, G. A.) to Henry Bell (St. George Parish); for 10 fragment [laminated], 1764
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Lewis Johnson (Provost Marshal, G. A.) and John Murray; for conveyance of land in Christ Church Parish [pieces], 1776
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Isaac LaRoche (Savannah) to Elizabeth Butler (St. Philip Parish) for 80 fragment, p. 1 only [laminated], 1776
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Thomas Lee (Savannah) to John Aitkinson; for 18, 15s, 1772
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Thomas Lee (Savannah) and Thomas Burrington lease [in pieces], 1764
 
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6B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Thomas Lee (Savannah) and wife Rebecca; and Thomas Burrington; release [in pieces, brittle], 1764
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Robert Lucas (New Hanover); and Jacob Lookerman (St. John's Prish, G. A.); conveyances of land? [tears, holes], 1761
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Derich Mannan (Granville Co. S. C.) to Christopher Frederick Meyers (Augusta G. A.); for 100 [torn, fragile], 1775
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. tripartite, Georgia between Nathanial Miller (St. George Parish, G. A.) and Elizabeth Colson (S. C.) and Thomas burrington (Savannah); deed of settlement [pieces, fragment], 1759
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Thomas Morgan (St. George Parish, G. A.), Elizabeth (wife) and John Patton, Richard Thompson (Christ Church Parish, G. A.); for release of acrage in St. Matthews Parish [small tears, large holes], 1766
 
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7B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Daniel Ocain (Savannah) and Thomas Burrington; for release of land in St. George Parish [tears, holes], 1765
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Daniel Ocain (Savannah) and Thomas Burrington. release 2pps [good, medium hole], 1765
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Andrew Pence (Christ Church, G. A.) and Mary (wife) and Humphrey Harrison [fair, tears], 1763
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. James Philips (Savannah) to William Mackenzie; for 794 5s 5d plus 800 [brittle], 1772
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Rae and wife Catharine (Savannah) and John Smith for conveyance of town lot [tears, holes], 1769
 
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8B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Matthew Roche (Provost Marshall); and John Graham; conveyances of confiscated lands [torn, staining, fair/good], 1775
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Levi Sheftall and wife Sarah and William Esson (?) for release in fee. Consideration 168 pieces, fragment., 1774
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Benjamin Sheftall, Mordecai Sheftall, Lewis Sheftall (Savannah?) and Edmund Pearse; for "Bargain & sale". [pieces, fragment, 1765
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Wereat (Christ Church Parish), David Brydie, Charles Francis Chevalier (Savannah); lease [fair], 1769
 
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9B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John F. Williams and Catharine, his wife, to John Inglis; dedemus potestatem and return theron., 1774
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Francis Williams and Catharine, his wife, (Augusta); and John Ingelis (Savannah); release of tract of 500 acres [poor, in pieces], 1774
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Witherspoon (St. Andrews Parish, G. A.) and Mary, his wife, and David Witherspoon [some tears, stains, fair condition], 1772
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Witherspoon (St. Andrews Parish, G. A.) to John Simmons (St. Johns Paris, G. A.) for 5s [good], 1774
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. John Witherspoon and wife Mary (St. Andrews, G. A.) to John Simmons (St. John, G. A.); for 100 [good, some tears], 1774
 
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10B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Joseph Wood (St. Philip Parish) and Katherine to Joseph Clay (Savannah), 52. 10s fragment, 2 pages [laminated], 1766
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Alexander Wylly (Savannah); and John Rider (Savannah); lease for a year. [fair, some tears], 1771
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Alexander Wylly and wife Susannah (Savannah) and John Rider (Savannah); for 1200 [torn], 1771
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Alexander Wylly (Savannah) and Michael Lucas "Assignment of the rents...of a town lot and improvements in the town of Savannah by way of mortgage" [torn, pieces, brittle], 1773
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Isaac Young (Christ Church Parish), Martha, his wife, and John Graham (Savannah) [fragmented, pieces, brittle], 1759
 
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11B1Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Florida (East). Andrew Turnbull (East FL); and James Graham, Charles Johnston, and John Simpson (all of London); mortgage [good, some creasing, holes], 1778
 
2Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Pierre Blanchard (N. Y. C.), Joseph Pierre, Andre Malin, and Bernard Allgre (N. Y. C.); deed [good], 1797
 
3Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Abraham Emmans (West Chester Co. N. Y.) and John Delancy (N. Y.), James Stewart, Benjamin Ogdon (W. Chester Co.); release [good], 1781
 
4Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Joseph Pierre, Andre Malin, Pierre Blanchard, Bernard Allegre by Andre Falsy and George Schroeppel; deed of conveyance. N. Y. [good], 1797
 
5Georgia. Colonial. Indentures. Jacob van Voorhes (N. Y., N. Y.), his wife Martha and Daniel Lawrence; release of land [dirty, good], 1784
 
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15COL1Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for amending an act for better regulating the town of Savannah, 1761 View online.
 
OL2Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for raising and granting money to His Majesty, 1761 View online.
 
OL3Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for establishing a ferry over Great Ogeechee River...at Pine Bluff, 1761 View online.
 
OL4Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for subjecting and making liable to attachment the estate real and personal of absent debtors..., 1761 View online.
 
OL5Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for raising money to repair Tybee Light House and duty on Negroes, 1761 View online.
 
OL6Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for repair of Christ Church in Savannah, 1763 View online.
 
OL7Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for the more speedy and effectual settling and strengthening this state..., 1776 View online.
 
OL8Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for confiscating estates of certain persons, 1782 View online.
 
OL9Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for attainting persons of high treason and confiscating their estates, 1778 View online.
 
OL10Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act of amercement, 1783 View online.
 
OL11Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for enforcing the payment of arrears of taxes and duties, and imposing tax on goods, wares... and Negro slaves, 1783 View online.
 
OM1Georgia. Colonial. Inventory of estate of Adam Henderson, 1775 View online.
 
OM2Georgia. Colonial. Power of attorney-Garland Britten to John Morel, 1767 View online.
 
OM3Georgia. Colonial. Indenture.Thomas Bruce & Thomas Burrington for ship The George, 1759 View online.
 
OM4Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. Richard Cunnyngham/Cunningham Crooke & Herriot Cunningham Tannatt for Negro girl named Present, 1775 View online.
 
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51Georgia. Colonial. Deed of 50 acre lot near Augusta, William Jackson and Macartan Campbell, 1793
Recorded in book H folio 119-120, Clerks Office Superior Court, Richmond County, Georgia, 1801
 
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15COM5Georgia. Colonial. Deed of conveyance. Heriot Crooke to granddaughter Heriot Cunnygham Tannatt for Negro boy Alexander (Aleck), 1774 View online.
 
OM6Georgia. Colonial. Deed of Gift. Herriot Crooke to granddaughter Elizabeth Crooke Tannatt for Negro girl named Judy, 1774 View online.
 
OM7Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James Dixie & Thomas Burrington for lot, 1759 View online.
 
OM8Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. John Duke & Andrew Nowland for Negro woman, 1756 View online.
 
OM9Georgia. Colonial. Document. Thomas Durham vs. Elizabeth Smith (executrix of estate of Joseph Smith), 1772 View online.
 
OM10Georgia. Colonial. Memorial. James Fort, John Burnett Sr., Isaac Abrahams, Daniel Blue, Stephen C. King, John Burnett Jr., John Hardee, William B. Davis, Henry Dubignon to Georgia House & Senate on construction of canal from Alatamaha to Turtle River, Brunswick Canal Co., 1826 View online.
 
OM11Georgia. Colonial. Inventory. Estate of John Grover, St. Mary's Parish, 1774 View online.
 
OM12Georgia. Colonial. Power of attorney. John Knight to Philip Hooker, 1775 View online.
 
OM13Georgia. Colonial. Power of attorney. John Knight to Philip Hooker, 1775 View online.
 
OM20Georgia. Colonial. Power of attorney. Roger Chew to Basil Jackson for the estate of Samuel Chew, 1775 January 16
 
OM14Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James McHenry to Francis Macarlan & Martin Campbell, places slaves as security on loan, 1759 View online.
 
OM15Georgia. Colonial. Indenture. James McHenry to Francis Macarlan & Martin Campbell, one slave & lot for security on loan, 1759 View online.
 
OM16Georgia. Colonial. Document. Walter & James Port to Joseph Ottolenghe, William Ewen, Mary Smith, release, 1764 View online.
 
OM17Georgia. Colonial. Bond of Indemnity. Walter & James Port to Joseph Ottolenghe, William Ewen, Mary Smith, 1764 View online.
 
OM18Georgia. Colonial. Renunciation of Dower-Elizabeth Taylor to George Ducker, signed by Noble Jones, 1771 View online.
 
OM19Georgia. Colonial. Bond. Alexander Wylly (Savannah) to Michael Lucas, 1770 View online.
 
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51Georgia. Colonial. Bond. Thomas Barrington and Isaac DeCosta and Thomas Farr, 1758
 
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18BGeorgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act to prevent Master of Vessells from carrying off Persons in Debt from this Provuace [fragmented; in pieces]
 
Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act to continue several acts for regulating the Militia in the province of Georgia [in pieces, seal detached], 1755
 
Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act, for raising and granting to his majesty - the sum of four hundred and fourty bounds sterling for erecting a fort and battery in the island of cospur in the Rica Savannah and the Sum of One Hundred Pounds Sterling for erecting a lookout and batteryon medway rivers and for impervering commissimess to issue certificates for the said sums and for sunkry the same by a tax of ten shillings in every hundred pounds value of peer kins and beaver shins expanded from a taken or cursed out this provence to any part of his majesty's dominms except to Great Britian only [in pieces, clean], 1761
 
Georgia. Colonial. Legislative Acts. An act for further explaining and amending an act entitled an acto to empower the several surveyors therin named to lay out publik roads in the province of georgia and to sink wells in the town of savannah. the seal of the royal province of georgia is appended, 1762 March 4
 
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161Georgia. Comptroller General (Auditor). John Wereat. Tax collection papers, 1782-1792
Account of Colo[nel] Daniel McMurphy against the state of Georgia / [audited by] John Wereat View online.
Extract from the minutes of the [Georgia] House of Assembly / [prepared by] John Wilkinson, 1782 January 12 View online.
Account [of] Robert Dixon and Stephen Jett / [audited by] John Wereat, 1786 View online.
 
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162Georgia. Comptroller General (Auditor). John Wereat. Tax collection papers, 1782-1792
Account [of] J. and N. Johnston / [audited by] John Wereat View online.
 
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163Georgia. Comptroller General (Auditor). Abram Jones. Tax collection papers, 1793-1798
 
4Georgia. Comptroller General. James Meriwether. Tax collection papers [see also oversize folder 19B], 1799-1804
 
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19B7Georgia. Comptroller General. James Meriwether. Tax collection papers [oversize material removed from 16:4], 1801 View online.
 
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165Georgia. Comptroller General. Eleazer Early. Tax collection papers [see also oversize folder 19B], 1805-1808
 
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19B6Georgia. Comptroller General. Eleazer Early. Tax collection papers [oversize material removed from 16:5], 1806 View online.
 
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166Georgia. Comptroller General. James Bozeman. Tax collection papers, 1809-1824
 
7Georgia. Comptroller General. William Triplett. Tax collection papers, 1825-1828
 
8Georgia. Comptroller General. T. B. Howard. Tax collection papers, 1829
 
9Georgia. Comptroller General. John G. Park. Tax collection papers, 1836-1842
 
10Georgia. Comptroller General. David E. Bothwell. Tax collection papers, 1843-1848
 
11Georgia. Comptroller General. Ezekiel S. Candler. Tax collection papers, 1849-1854
 
12Georgia. Comptroller General. Peterson Thweatt. Tax collection papers, 1855-1864
 
13Georgia. Comptroller General. John Wilkinson. House of Assembly minutes, 1785
 
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171Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, receipts, 1861 January-May View online.
 
2Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, receipts, 1861 June-December View online.
 
3Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, 1862 January-April View online.
 
4Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, receipts, 1862 May-December View online.
 
5Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, 1863 January-July View online.
 
6Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, receipts, 1863 August-December View online.
 
7Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, 1864 January-May View online.
 
8Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, 1864 June-November View online.
 
9Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence, 1865 View online.
 
10Georgia. Confederate. Adjutant General. Henry C. Wayne. Correspondence View online.
 
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181Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 View online.
 
2Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 January View online.
 
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51Georgia. Confederate. Morning Report of Brigadier General H. R. Jackson's Brigade, Monterey Army of the North West, Commanded by Col. E. Johnson [oversize item removed from 18:2], 1861 November 5
 
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183Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 February View online.
 
4Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 March View online.
 
5Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 April View online.
 
6Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 May View online.
 
7Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 June View online.
 
8Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 July View online.
 
9Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 August View online.
 
10Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 September View online.
 
11Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 October View online.
 
12Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 November View online.
 
13Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1861 December View online.
 
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191Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 January-March View online.
 
2Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 April-June View online.
 
3Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 July-December View online.
 
4Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 January View online.
 
5Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 February View online.
 
6Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 March View online.
 
7Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 April View online.
 
8Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 May View online.
 
9Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 June View online.
 
10Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 July View online.
 
11Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 August View online.
 
12Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 September View online.
 
13Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 October View online.
 
14Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 November View online.
 
15Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 December View online.
 
16Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1862 View online.
 
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201Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 View online.
 
2Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 January View online.
 
3Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 February View online.
 
4Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 March View online.
 
5Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 April View online.
 
6Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 May View online.
 
7Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 June View online.
 
8Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 July View online.
 
9Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 August View online.
 
10Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 September View online.
 
11Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 October View online.
 
12Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 November View online.
 
13Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 December View online.
 
14Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1863 View online.
 
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20C18Georgia. Confederate. Map of Military Division in North Georgia [oversize material removed from 20:14], 1863 View online.
 
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2015Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 January View online.
 
16Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 February View online.
 
17Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 March View online.
 
18Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 April View online.
 
19Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 May View online.
 
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20C8Georgia. Confederate. Muster Roll Mechanic Fire Company No. 2 [oversize material removed from 20:19], 1864 May View online.
 
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2020Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 June View online.
 
21Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 July View online.
 
22Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 August View online.
 
23Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 September View online.
 
24Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 October View online.
 
25Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 November View online.
 
26Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 December View online.
 
27Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1864 View online.
 
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211Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, undated View online.
 
2Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1865 January View online.
 
3Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1865 February View online.
 
4Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1865 March View online.
 
5Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1865 April View online.
 
6Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1865 May
 
7Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, 1865
 
8Georgia. Confederate. Correspondence, bonds, orders, claims, receipts, and affidavits, undated View online.
 
9Georgia. Confederate. Shipping View online.
 
10Georgia. Confederate. Soldiers Tickets, 1861-1865 View online.
 
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221Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Ira R. Foster Quartermaster General of Georgia Troops, 1861 May-September View online. View online.
 
2Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Ira R. Foster Quartermaster General of Georgia Troops, 1861 October-December View online.
 
3Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Ira R. Foster Quartermaster General of Georgia Troops, 1862 View online.
 
4Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Ira R. Foster Quartermaster General of Georgia Troops, 1863 View online.
 
5Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Ira R. Foster Quartermaster General of Georgia Troops, 1864, undated View online.
 
6Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. H. H. Waters Secretary Executive Department of Georgia, 1861 View online.
 
7Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. H. H. Waters Secretary Executive Department of Georgia, 1862 View online.
 
8Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. H. H. Waters Secretary Executive Department of Georgia, 1863 View online.
 
9Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. H. H. Waters Secretary Executive Department of Georgia, 1864 View online.
 
10Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. H. H. Waters Secretary Executive Department of Georgia, 1865 View online.
 
11Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1861 View online.
 
12Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1862 January-May View online. View online.
 
13Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1862 April-September View online.
 
14Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1862 October-December
 
15Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1863
 
16Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1864
 
17Georgia. Confederate. State Officials. Jared Irwin Whitaker Commissary General, 1865
 
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231Georgia. County Records. Appling County
 
2Georgia. County Records. Baker County
 
3Georgia. County Records. Baldwin County
 
4Georgia. County Records. Bibb County
 
5Georgia. County Records. Bulloch County
 
6Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: confiscation of estates, 1783
 
7Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition to fortify Woods Fort, 1787
Petition of [the] inhabitants of Burke County, [Georgia], to [the] Governor [of Georgia] / Jesse Inman ... [et al.], 1787 October 18 View online.
 
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238Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: paying taxes, 1789
Petition of the inhabitants of Burke County, [Georgia], to the speaker and house of assembly [of Georgia] / William Allen ... [et al.], 1789 January 28 View online.
 
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239Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition for church charter, 1790
 
10Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: James Taylor, 1792
 
11Georgia. County Records. Burke County Jurors, State vs. William Allen Burton, 1790-1791
 
12Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: William Allen Burton, 1791
 
13Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: Blassingame Harvey, 1791
 
14Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: John Hume Manderson, 1796-1797
 
15Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: Jeremiah Pitman, 1796-1797
 
16Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: Rhoda Pope, 1797
 
17Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: Thomas Sanford, 1798
 
18Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: Leonard Nobles, 1799
 
19Georgia. County Records. Burke County Jury re: Littleberry Tillman, 1800-1801
 
20Georgia. County Records. Burke County Petition re: Littleberry Tillman, 1800-1801
 
21Georgia. County Records. Burke County Affidavit of Stephen Tilly, 1800
 
22Georgia. County Records. Burke County Affidavit of Uz Floyd, 1800
 
23Georgia. County Records. Burke County Affidavit of Samuel Cobb Leneve, 1800
 
24Georgia. County Records. Burke County Statement of William Jones, 1800
 
25Georgia. County Records. Burke County Foreclosures, 1792
 
26Georgia. County Records. Burke County Cases started and finished, 1791
 
27Georgia. County Records. Burke County Court martial of Blassingame Harvey, 1794
 
28Georgia. County Records. Burke County Various petitions and letters, 1785-1792
Petition of the inhabitants of Burke County, [Georgia] to Samuel Elbert, Governor [of Georgia] and the Executive Council / John Fulton [?] ... [et al.], 1785 May 5 View online.
 
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2329Georgia. County Records. Burke County Cases-Charles Cavanah, Samuel Moore, 1794-1795
 
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19B22Georgia. County Records. Burke County Cases-Charles Cavanah, Samuel Moore. Slave theft [oversize item removed from 23:29] View online.
 
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2330Georgia. County Records. Burke County Letter, John Buford, 1797
 
31Georgia. County Records. Burke County. Paupers, 1827
 
32Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1784-1785
 
33Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1786-1789
 
34Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1790-1791
 
35Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1792-1794
 
36Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1795-1797
 
37Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1798-1799
 
38Georgia. County Records. Burke County [see also oversize folder 20C], 1800-1815
 
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20C11, 16Georgia. County Records. Burke County Bonds of Receivers of Returns of Taxable Property [oversize material removed from folder 23:38], 1814 View online. View online.
 
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2339Georgia. County Records. Burke County, 1816-1843, undated
 
40Georgia. County Records. Burke County. Birdsville, 1843
 
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241Georgia. County Records. Butts County, 1843-1844
 
2Georgia. County Records. Camden County, 1788-1835
 
3Georgia. County Records. Carroll County, 1845
 
4Georgia. County Records. Cass County census, 1834
 
5Georgia. County Records. Catoosa County, 1858
 
6Georgia. County Records. Chatham County. Sheriff Edward Lloyd, 1782-1787
 
7Georgia. County Records. Chatham County, 1784-1792
 
8Georgia. County Records. Chatham County, 1794-1832
Aff[idavi]ts of Peter Coleman [and] John Cole, Chatham County, Georgia / sworn to before Ben Lloyd, 1794 November 10 View online.
 
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249Georgia. County Records. Chattahoochee County
 
10Georgia. County Records. Cherokee County, 1846
 
11Georgia. County Records. Cherokee County census, 1834
 
12Georgia. County Records. Clarke County, 1814
 
13Georgia. County Records. Clayton County, 1865
 
14Georgia. County Records. Cobb County, 1860
 
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20C12Georgia. County Records. Cobb County census [oversize item removed from folder 24:15], 1834 View online.
 
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2416Georgia. County Records. Columbia County, 1791-1839
 
17Georgia. County Records. Elbert County, includes petitions to Convention of Georgia with signatures [see also oversize folder 20C), 1786-1833
 
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20C2Georgia. County Records. Elbert County, plan of the Town of Petersburg in the fork of Savannah and Broad Rivers [oversize items removed from folder 24:17], 1736 View online.
 
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2418Georgia. County Records. Effingham County, 1787-1794
 
19Georgia. County Records. Fayette County, 1834-1865
 
20Georgia. County Records. Forsyth County, 1846
 
21Georgia. County Records. Forsyth County census, 1834
 
22Georgia. County Records. Franklin County [see also oversize folder 20C], 1787-1798
Petition, Franklin County, Georgia [to] the Governor of Georgia / [signed by] Benja[min] Cleveland ... [et al.], 1787 View online.
Petition of the citizens [of] Franklin County, Georgia to John Milledge, Governor of Georgia View online.
 
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20C3Georgia. County Records. Franklin County indenture George Ogg and Thomas Glascock [oversize material removed from folder 24:22], 1787 View online.
 
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2423Georgia. County Records. Franklin County boundary, 1800
Report [with] map, Augusta, [Georgia] / Levin Wailes, 1800 May 26 View online.
 
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2424Georgia. County Records. Fulton County
 
25Georgia. County Records. Gilmer County, 1844-1863
 
26Georgia. County Records. Gilmer County census, 1834
 
27Georgia. County Records. Glynn County, 1788-1804
 
28Georgia. County Records. Glynn County history, 1825
History of [Glynn County], Georgia / Colonel William Whig Hazzard, 1825 October 29 View online.
 
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2429Georgia. County Records. Greene County [see also oversize folder 20C], 1788-1810
[Letter] [to] Colo[nel] Henry Karr / Davis Grisham, 1788 October 1 View online.
Letter Greene County, [Georgia to] Geo[rge] Handley, [Governor of Georgia] / Colo[ne]l H[enry] Karr, 1788 October 10 View online.
 
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20C4Georgia. County Records. Greene County petition regarding the riotous behavior of the lower battalion [oversize material removed from folder 24:29] View online.
 
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2430Georgia. County Records. Gwinnett County, 1838
 
31Georgia. County Records. Habersham County, 1836-1838
 
32Georgia. County Records. Hall County, 1820
 
33Georgia. County Records. Hancock County, 1796-1814
 
34Georgia. County Records. Henry County, 1844
 
35Georgia. County Records. Houston County, 1830
 
36Georgia. County Records. Jackson County, 1802-1807
 
37Georgia. County Records. Jackson County, includes estates of Richard Mitchell, John Byrom, James Bullard, and M. M. Toland, 1818-1861
 
38Georgia. County Records. Jasper County, 1866-1884
 
39Georgia. County Records. Jefferson County, 1797-1863
 
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251Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1800-1809
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1810-1811
 
3-6Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1812
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1813-1815
 
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25A1-2Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1816
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1817-1821
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. George Cabaness/Henry Cabaness
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. Thomas Hawkins/ Hiram Vines
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. Nancy Lacy
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. David Odom
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. Thomas Smith/Henry Low
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. William Wilson
 
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261Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1819-1820
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1821
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1822 January
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1822 February
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1822 March 1-12
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1822 March 13-18
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1822 April
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1823-1824
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1825-1827
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1828-1829
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1831-1832
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1833
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1834
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1835-1836
 
15Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1837-1839, undated
 
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271Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1840
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1841 January-March 29
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1841 March 30-July
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1841 September
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1841 October-November
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1842 January-March
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1842 May-December
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1843
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1844
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1846
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1847
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1848
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1851-1864
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County, undated
 
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281Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1808-1809
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1810-1817
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1818-1819
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1820 January
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1820 February
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1820 March-July
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1820 August-November
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1821
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1822
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1823
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1824-1826
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1827
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1828-1829
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1830
 
15Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1831-1833
 
16Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1834-1840
 
17Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1841
 
18Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1842 January-March
 
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291Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1842 April-December
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1843 January
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1843 February-October
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1844 January-September
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1844 October-December, 1845
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1846
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1847
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1848-1849
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1850-1855
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1856-1859
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County, 1860-1869
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County fragments, undated
 
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301Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1810
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1811
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1812
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1813-1814
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1815
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1816 January-March
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1816 April-December
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1817-1818
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1819
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1820 January
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1820 February
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1820 March-November
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas (B-D), 1820 December 1, December 4
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas (E-L), 1820 December 4
 
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311Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas (M-W), 1820 December 4
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1820 December 11-28
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1821 January
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1821 February-October
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1821 November
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1821 December
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1822 January
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1822 February-March
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1822 April
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1822 May-November
 
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321Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1823
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1824 January
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1824 February
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1824 March-April
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1824 May
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas (A-F), 1824 June-November 10
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas (G-W), 1824 November 10-December
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1825 January-April
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1825 June-November
 
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331Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1826 January-March
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1826 May
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1826 July-November
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1827
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1828
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1829 January-October
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1829 November-December
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1830-1831
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1832-1833
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1834-1835
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1836-1837
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1838
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1839 February-August
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1839 September-December
 
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341Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1840-1841 July
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1841 November-December
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1842 January-August
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1842 October-December
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1843 January-July
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1843 August-November
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1844-1845
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1846
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1847-1848
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1849
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1850-1869
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1870-1873
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1874-1875
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1876-1879
 
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351Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1880-1882
 
2Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1883-1884
 
3Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1885
 
4Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1886-1887
 
5Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1888-1889
 
6Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1890-1894
 
7Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1895-1899
 
8Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1900
 
9Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1901
 
10Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1902
 
11Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1903
 
12Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1904
 
13Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, 1905-1909
 
14Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas, undated
 
15Georgia. County Records. Jones County. FiFas fragments, 1819-1872
 
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361Georgia. County Records. Laurens County
 
2Georgia. County Records. Liberty County
 
3Georgia. County Records. Lincoln County
 
4Georgia. County Records. Lumpkin County census, 1834
 
5Georgia. County Records. Lumpkin County
 
6Georgia. County Records. McIntosh County
 
7Georgia. County Records. Macon County
 
8Georgia. County Records. Madison County
 
9Georgia. County Records. Miscellaneous county seals. Inferior Courts
 
10Georgia. County Records. Monroe County
Extract [of legal proceedings and] verdict [for] Daniel Grant vs. William H. House, Monroe County, Georgia / [prepared by] Wilkins Hunt, 1824 April View online.
 
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3611Georgia. County Records. Montgomery County
Petition from the inhabitants of Montgomery County, [Georgia] [to] Governor of Georgia, [Jared Irwin?] / John Howard ... [et al.], 1796 February 14 View online.
 
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3612Georgia. County Records. Morgan County
 
13Georgia. County Records. Murray County census, 1834
 
14Georgia. County Records. Muscogee County
 
15Georgia. County Records. Oglethorpe County
 
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20C5Georgia. County Records. Oglethorpe County regarding the Oconee river [oversize item from folder 36:15] View online.
 
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3616Georgia. County Records. Paulding County
 
17Georgia. County Records. Paulding County census, 1837
 
18Georgia. County Records. Putnam County
 
19Georgia. County Records. Randolph County
 
20Georgia. County Records. Richmond County
 
21Georgia. County Records. Richmond County
 
22Georgia. County Records. Richmond Academy, 1793
 
23Georgia. County Records. Screven County
 
24Georgia. County Records. Talbot County
 
25Georgia. County Records. Tattnall County
 
26Georgia. County Records. Telfair County
 
27Georgia. County Records. Twiggs County
 
28Georgia. County Records. Union County census, 1834
 
29Georgia. County Records. Union County
 
30Georgia. County Records. Warren County [see also oversize folder 20C]
 
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20C14Georgia. County Records. Warren County. Indenture Josiah Tattnell and Philip Clayton reverted estates [oversize item removed from 36:30], 1794 View online.
 
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3631Georgia. County Records. Washington County
Affidavit of James Dennard, Washington County, Georgia / sworn to before John Glenn, 1798 March 11 View online.
 
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3632Georgia. County Records. Wayne County
 
33Georgia. County Records. Webster County
 
34Georgia. County Records. Wilkes County, 1785
 
35Georgia. County Records. Wilkes County. Includes building court house [see also oversize folder 20C], 1785
 
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20C13Georgia. County Records. Wilkes County. Petition for head-rights land grants [oversize item removed from folder 36:35], circa 1783 View online.
 
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3636Georgia. County Records. Unnamed County. Grand Jury List
 
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371Georgia. Covers/envelopes, 1774-1847
 
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20C15Georgia. Estates, confiscated. George Law [oversize item removed from folder 37:2], 1784 View online.
 
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373Georgia. Estates, confiscated., 1785
Account [of] the Governor of Georgia, 1785 View online.
 
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374Georgia. Estates, confiscated. John Mulryne, 1785
 
5Georgia. Estates, confiscated., 1786
 
6Georgia. Estates, confiscated. John Green, 1789
 
7Georgia. Estates, confiscated. Commissioners' Reports (1791) and letter (1789), 1789-1791
 
8Georgia. Executive Council. Accounts, 1787
 
9Georgia. Executive Council. Acts [see also oversize folder 20C], 1782
 
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20C6Georgia. Executive Council. Act to prevent plundering and detect spies and an and act for burying certain high crimes and misdimeanors [oversize item removed from folder 37:9], 1782-1783 View online.
 
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3710Georgia. Executive Council. Administrative expenses, 1787-1788
Account of warrants drawn by his honor the Governor on the treasury, Augusta, [Georgia] / examined [by] John Wereat, 1788 View online.
 
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3711Georgia. Executive Council. Attendance receipts, 1784-1789
 
12Georgia. Executive Council. Committee on Finance
 
13Georgia. Executive Council. Extracts of minutes, 1784-1786
Extract from the minutes [of the] Executive Council, Savannah, [Georgia] / [prepared by] L. Rees, 1784 March 23 View online.
Extract from the minutes [of the Executive] Council / [prepared by] G[eorge] Handley, 1785 October 11-14 View online.
Extract from the minutes [of the] E[xecutive] C[ouncil] / [prepared by] G[eorge] Handley, 1786 August 2 View online.
Extract from the minutes [of the] E[xecutive] C[ouncil] / [prepared by] G[eorge] Handley, 1786 February 14 View online.
 
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3714Georgia. Executive Council. Extracts of minutes, 1787-1788
Extract from the minutes [of the] E[xecutive] C[ouncil] / [prepared by] J[ames] Meriwether, 1788 February 4 View online.
 
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3715Georgia. Executive Council. Extracts of minutes, 1789-1790
Extract from the minutes [of the] E[xecutive] C[ouncil] / [prepared by] J[ames] Meriwether, 1789 April 10 View online.
 
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3716Georgia. Executive Council. Index to minutes, incomplete, undated
 
17Georgia. Executive Council. Resignation letter, July 4 th celebration accounts, 1789
 
18Georgia. Executive Council. Petition of Isaac Low, undated
 
19Georgia. Executive Council. Rules, 1788
 
20Georgia. Executive Council. Schedule of Inclosures, circa 1787
 
21Georgia. Executive orders, 1819, 1836
Executive order to publish certain acts of legislature, Milledgeville, [Georgia] / [prepared by] R. A. Greene, 1836 January 1 View online.
 
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3722Georgia. Federal Constitutional Convention expenses of Georgia delegates, 1787-1789
 
23Georgia. Financial records. Miscellaneous
Petition [with] account to the House of Representatives of Georgia / John E. Smith, 1789 December 2 View online.
 
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3724Georgia. Fort Washington. Bill of John Barnett, 1794
 
25Georgia. Frederica. regarding plan of the Common, 1790
 
26Georgia. General Assembly. Committee on Finance, 1786, 1790
 
27Georgia. General Assembly. Resolves, 1785
 
28Georgia. General Assembly. Resolution, 1888
 
29Georgia. Governor's Mansion. Correspondence, 1836-1837
 
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381Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds, 2 January, 17 April 1756 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Johannes Altherr, butcher, late of Savannah. Rev. Bartholomew Zauberbuhler and Joseph Altherr, executors. To Messieurs: Thomas Rasberry, William Russell, Noble Wimberly Jones, William Even, John Morel; Signed John Reynolds, James Habersham, secy. Memorandum. Oath of appraisers, Thomas Rasberry, William Russell, William Even, and John Morel; attested: James Campbell.
Order of Council for warrant of lands. Granted 500 acres to George Love.
 
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38G1Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds. Estate of Stephen Currett [oversize], 18 November 1756 View online.
Bond of Thomas Lee, blacksmith, Captain John Barnard, and William Even of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Stephen Currett, mariner, of Halifax.
Signed Thomas Lee, John Barnard, William Ewen; attested James Whitefield.
 
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383Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds, 18 November 1756 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Stephen Currett, mariner, late of Halifax. Thomas Lee executor.
To Messieurs: Peter Tondee, David Truan, Isaac Tripp, James Rutherford, Edward Davidson; signed John Reynolds, James Whitefield.
Memorandum not filled in Inventory of estate of Stephen Currett.
Signed: James Rutherford, Peter Tondee, David Truan, Isaac Tripp; attested Joseph Ottolenghe.
 
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38G2Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds. Estate of John Hawkins [oversize], 30 December 1756 View online.
Bond of David Douglass, Thomas Ross, and George Johnston for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late John Hawkins, planter of Augusta.
Signed David Douglass, Thomas Ross, George Johnston; attested Edward Barnard, James McHenrey.
 
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385Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds, 1757 January 13 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Newdigate Stephens, planter, late of Savannah. Frances Stephens, widow, administratrix. To Messieurs: William Russell, John Farmur, David Montaigut, Richard Milledge, Anthony Camuse; signed John Reynolds, James Habersham, secy.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers William Russell, John Farmur, David Montaigut, and Richard Milledge; attests James Campbell
 
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38G3Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds. Estate of Samuel Stanhope [oversize], 20 January 1757 View online.
Bond of Samuel Mercer, William Ewen, and Edward Barnard of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Samuel Stanhope of Savannah, bachellor. Signed Samuel Mercer, William Ewen, Edward Barnard; attested James Whitefield.
 
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387Georgia. Governor. John Reynolds, 2 February 1757 View online.
Proclamation of Governor John Reynolds laying an embargo on all ships and vessels not otherwise excepted; "Given under my hand and the great seal of His Majesty's sais Province at Savannah."
Unsigned.
Incomplete.
 
8Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 26, 28 August 1757 View online.
Accounts payable of estate of the late Andrew Clemonts, Rebecka Clemonts administratrix.
Signed Henry Ellis.
Inventory of estate of Andrew Clemonts
Signed James Weston, Ezekiel Backler, William Moore.
 
9Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 29 October 1757 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of David Lewis on Butlers Creek adjoining Thomas Rede in District of Augusta.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, Depty secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
10Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 17 February 1758 View online.
Will of Isaac Barksdale of Augusta, Indian trader, naming John Rae and John Oyston executors, mentioning his brother John, various Negro slaves, Jane and William Rae, children of his partner John Rae, former clerk Dugald Campbell, and freeing "my Negro wench Nancy and her two Malato [ sic] children named Johnay and Salley" and "my Negro wench Nanncy whom I partly freed before."
 
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38G4Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Will of Isaac Barksdale [oversize], 12 June 1757 View online.
 
5Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of John Munroe [oversize], 26 January 1758 View online.
Bond of Charles Pryce, James Edward Powell, and Charles Watson of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late John Munroe.
Signed Charles Pryce, James Edward Powell, Charles Watson; attested James Whitefield.
 
6Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Ruprith Schrimse [oversize], 26 January 1758 View online.
Bond of Theobald Kieffer of Ebenezer, Thomas Rasberry and Joseph Ottolenghe of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Ruprith Schrimfe.
Signed Theobald Kieffer, Thomas Rasberry, Joseph Ottolenghe; attested James Whitefield.
 
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3813Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 26 January, 10 February 1758 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Ruprith Schrimfe, planter, late of Ebenezer. Theobald Kieffer, administrator.
To Messieurs: Nicholas Cromenberger, Christopher Cramer, Jacob Meyer, Matthias Zettler, Christian Birck; signed Henry Ellis, attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum. Oath of appraisers, Nicholas Cronenburger, Christopher Cramur, Matthias Zettler, Jacoh Meyer, Christian Birck; attested Christian E. Thilo, District of Ebenezer.
Inventory of estate of Ruprith (Rubrecht) Schrimfe
Signed Mattias Zettler, Christopher Cramer, Christian Birck.
 
14Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 7 February, 22 May 1758 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Evan Lewis on Walnut Branch off Bryan Creek. Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, depty. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William De Brahm, surveyors general.
 
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38G7Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Elizabeth McKue, orphan [oversize], March 1758 View online.
Bond of Audley Maxwell for £5000 for guardianship of Elizabeth, the orphan child of Peter McKue. Signed Audley Maxwell, Morgan Sable, James Maxwell, Junior; attested William Young.
 
8Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Francis Robinson [oversize], 25 May 1758 View online.
Bond of Thomas Parker, John Farmur, and Charles Watson of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Francis Robinson.
Signed Thomas Parker, Charles Watson, John Farmer.
 
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3817Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 26 May 1758 View online.
Petition of David Thomas of Mount Pleasant, planter, principal creditor of Nicholas West, deceased, to Governor Henry Ellis requesting administration of the estate of West.
Signed David Thomas; attested in Parish of Christ Church, James Whitefield, D. secy.
 
18Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 15 July 1758 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Samuel Way, planter, late of Midway, John Lupton executor.
To Messieurs: John Mitchell, Edward Sumner, Thomas Way; signed Henry Ellis, James Whitefield, D. Secy.
On verso: Memorandum. Oath of appraisers, John Mitchell, Thomas Way, and Edward Sumner; attested John Elliott, Parish of St. John.
Inventory of estate of Samuel Way.
Signed Edward Sumner, John Mitchell, Thomas Way.
 
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38G9Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Will of Daniel Demetre [oversize], 9 August 1758 View online.
Will of Daniel Demetre of Savannah naming James Habersham and Francis Harris as executors and mentioning son-in-law William Thomas Harris, dispensing of eight slaves and property in District of Sapelo, the Society of Freemasons in Savannah, and the sons of James Habersham, James the younger, Joseph and John.
Signed Daniel Demetre; attested David Montaigut, Thomas Rasberry, James Mossman.
On verso: Authorization for execution. Signed Henry Ellis.
 
10Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate William Pugh [oversize], 15 August 1758 View online.
Bond of Catherine Pugh, widow, of Halifax, James Gray of Augusta, and Hugh Ross, laborer, of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late William Pugh, planter.
Signed Catherine Pugh, James Gray, Hugh Ross; attested James Whitefield.
Incomplete.
 
11Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Samuel Stanhope [oversize], 23 August 1758 View online.
Bond of Charles and Elizabeth Pryce, Mungo Graham, and James Love, all of Savannah, for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Samuel Stanhope, surveyor.
Signed Charles Pryce, Elizabeth Pryce, Mungo Graham, James Love; attested William Young.
 
12Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of James Brewer [oversize], 28 September 1758 View online.
Bond of David Cunningham of Savannah, shopkeeper, James Edward Powell, and Thomas Rasberry for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late James Brewer, mariner.
Signed David Cunningham, James Edward Powell, Thomas Rasberry; attested William Young.
 
13Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Joseph Watson [oversize], 16 October 1758 View online.
Bond of Sarah Margritta Read, widow, of Charleston, William Francis and James Edward Powell of Savannah for administration of the estate of the late Joseph Watson.
Signed Sarah Margritta Read, William Francis, James Edward Powell; attested James Whitefield
 
14Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of John Robinson [oversize], 19 October 1758 View online.
Appointment of Audley Maxwell, John Stevens, John Elliott, and Francis Arthur as administrators of the administration oath to Grey Elliott, administrator of the estate of the late John Robinson, mariner of Savannah. Signed Henry Ellis.
Oath of administration of Grey Elliott. Certified, District of Midway, John Stevens.
 
15Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of John Robinson [oversize], 19 October 1758 View online.
Bond of Grey Elliott, Mark Carr, and Kenneth Baillie for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late John Robinson.
Signed Gray Elliott, Mark Carr, Kenneth Baillie; attested John Elliott.
 
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3826Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 19 October 1758 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Robinson, mariner, late of Savannah. Gray Elliott, administrator.
To Messieurs: David Montaigut, Thomas Rasbury, William Russell, John Morel, and William Ewen; signed Henry Ellis, attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum. Oath of appraisers, David Montaigut, Thomas Rasbury, William Russell, John Morel, and William Even; attested James Edward Powell, District of Savannah.
Inventory of estate of John Robinson, mariner
Signed David Montaigut, Thomas Rasberry, William Ewen, William Russell, John Morel.
 
27Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 2 November 1758 View online.
Bond of James Furguson, tailor, of Savannah. John Feaster, blacksmith, and Cornelius McCarty for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Robert Fletcher.
Signed James Furguson, John Feaster, Cornelius McCarty; attested James Whitefield.
 
28Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 28 November 1758 View online.
Petition of Thomas Bussett, Junior, to Governor Henry Ellis requesting appointment of Lachlan McGillivray, Edward Barnard, and Thomas Burrington as guardians since Bassett is under twenty-one and has inherited real property from his deceased father Thomas Bassett, Senior, of Augusta.
Signed Thomas Bassett; attested James Whitefield.
 
29Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 4 December 1758 View online.
Resolution of King George II allowing Henry Ellis, Governor of Georgia, to repair to the northern colonies in the summer months "for the recovery or preservation of [his] health." Signed W. Charpel.
 
30Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 5 December 1758 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of John Lariscy on lower ford of Briar Creek, Parish of St. Matthew.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, d. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
31Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 1758 View online.
Appointment of John Henry Grave, John Rae, David Douglass, Martin Campbell, and Edward Barnard as administrators of the administration oath to Lachlan McGillivray, administrator of the estate of the late Thomas Bassett of Augusta.
Oath of administration of Lachlan McGillivray.
Certified James Whitefield.
Incomplete.
 
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38G16Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Abraham Johns [oversize], 22 February 1759 View online.
Bond of Thomas Day of Charleston, William Wright and Joseph Stanley of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Abraham Johns.
Signed Thomas Day, William Wright, Joseph Stanley.
 
17Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Petition Elizabeth McKue [oversize], 16 March 1759 View online.
Petition of Elizabeth McKue to Governor Henry Ellis requesting appointment of Andley Maxwell as guardian since McKue is under twenty one and has inherited real property from her deceased father Peter McKue of Midway.
Signed Elizabeth McKue; attested James Whitefield.
 
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3834Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 7 August 1759 View online.
Warrant for survery of land of Nicholas Lawrence "four miles west of Savannah" bounded by lands of Thomas Bailey, Isaac Young, the Newington lots, John Morel, William Gibbons, Joseph Stanley, and the Savannah farm, Carpenter tything.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, D. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William Debrahm, surveyors general.
 
35Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 20 August 1759 View online.
Bond of Thomas Bosomworth, clerk, and Adam Bosomworth-gentleman, of St. Catharine's Island, and Charles Watson of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late John Lattimore.
Signed Thomas Bosomworth, Adam Bosomworth, Charles Watson; attested Elizabeth Bodington.
Lacking some text.
 
36Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 13 September 1759 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of William Cockran, shoemaker, late of Savannah.
Joshua Vaughn, carpenter, administrator.
To Messieurs: Thomas Hooper, Cornelius McCarty, P. Blyth, Richard Milledge, James Miller; signed Henry Ellis; attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed Thomas Hooper, Richard Milledge, Cornelius McCarty; attested David Montaigut, Parish of Christ Church.
Inventory of estate of William Cockran.
Signed Thomas Hooper, Richard Milledge, Cornelius McCarty.
 
37Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 2 October 1759 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Veit Lachner on upper Ebenezer garden lots in Parish of St. Matthew.
Signed Henry Ellis, certified James Whitefield, D. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
38Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 13 November 1759 View online.
Order of Governor Henry Ellis decreeing 5 December 1759 as public day of Thanksgiving, given in Council with Sir Patrick Houstoun, Jonathan Bryan, James Mackay, James Edward Powell, William Clifton, and William Knox present.
Signed Charles Watson, deputy clerk of council.
 
39Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 4 December 1759 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Joseph Leitner at Bethany or Blue Bluff adjoining land of John Klein. Directive to Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, D. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
40Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 15 December 1759 View online.
Certification of land survey for Abraham Hood, a town lot in Augusta, Parish of St. Paul, warranted by Governor Henry Ellis. Signed Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
41Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 10 January 1760 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Christopher Bornamen, doctor, late of Halifax. Gaspar Greiner of Halifax, administrator.
To Messieurs: James Nessmith, Andrew Greiner, Andrew McCorrie, Nicolaus Pesser, signed Henry Ellis, attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed Andrew Greiner, Nicolaus Pesser, Andrew McCorrie; attested James Nessmith, Parish of St. George.
Inventory of estate of John Christopher Bornaman
Signed James Nessmith, Andrew McCorrie, Andrew Greiner, Nicolaus Pesser.
 
42Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 30 January 1760 View online.
Appointment of Francis Harris and Charles Watson as executors of the estate of the late Thomas Parker of Savannah.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield.
 
43Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 9 February 1760 View online.
Speech "to the king's beloved men and head warriors of the upper and lower Creek Nations" urging peace and attempting to quell fears of Cherokee aggressions.
Signed Henry Ellis.
 
44Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 26 February 1760 View online.
Appointment of Benjamin Smith of South Carolina as executor of the estate of the late John Palmer of South Carolina as he died in the state.
 
45Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 4 March 1760 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of John Lewis between Barrington and mouth of Lewis's Creek.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, d. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William De Brahm, surveyors general.
 
46Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 6 May 1760 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Isaac Lewis on Lewis's Creek along the Altamaha and Barrington.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, D. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
47Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 8 May 1760 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of William Alexander, tavern keeper, late of Parish of St. George. Thomas Irwin and David Alexander, administrators.
To Messieurs: James Anderson, James Houstoun, John Thomas, Roger Lawson, Thomas Caudry; signed Henry Ellis, attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers James Houstoun, James Anderson, and John Thomas; attested David Emanuel, District of Halifax.
Note on qualifications of appraisers and removal of several from the area, thus adding David Lewis and Roger Lawson; signed David Emanuel.
 
48Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 26 May 1760 View online.
Speech "to the Mico's head-men and warriors of the Creek Nations" discussing specifically the report of Robert French that several traders in the upper towns have been killed by the Creeks. Ellis cautions them not to continue in such paths, that friendship still exists, and peace is too valuable to throw awa Signed Henry Ellis.
 
49Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 27 May 1760 View online.
Petition of Ann Moreland to Governor Henry Ellis requesting appointment of Dorotby Moreland as guardian since Ann Moreland is under twenty-one and has inherited real estate from her deceased father Martin Moreland.
Signed Ann Moreland; attested James Whitefield.
 
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38G18Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Christopher Fulbright [oversize], 16 July 1760 View online.
Bond of Margaret Croxton of Augusta, Parish of St. Paul, John Fitch of Savannah, and Thomas Croxton, planter, of Augusta, for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Christopher Fulbright.
Signed Margaret Croxton, John Fitch, Thomas Croxton; attested James Whitefield.
 
19Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Lachlan McIntosh [oversize], 20 July 1760 View online.
Appointment of John Rae, Edward Barnard, and Lachlan McGillivray as administrators of the administration oath to David Douglass, administrator of the estate of the late Lachlan McIntosh, Indian trader, of Augusta.
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, D. secy.
Oath of administration of David Douglass. Certified, Parish of St. Paul, Edward Barnard.
 
20Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Lachlan McIntosh [oversize], 20 July 1760 View online.
Bond of David Douglass, Lachlan McGillivray, and William Struthers for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Lachlan McIntosh, trader.
Signed David Douglass, Lachlan McGillivray, William Struthers.
 
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3853Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 20 July 1760 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estates of Lachlan McIntosh, Indian trader, late of Augusta.
David Douglass of Augusta, Parish of St. Paul, administrator.
To Messieurs: Lachlan McGillivray, William Struthers, John Petty crew, Samuel Alshenar, Thomas Lee; signed Henry Ellis, attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers Lachlan McGillivray, William Struthers, John Pettycrew, and Samuel Alshenar; attested Edward Barnard, Parish of St. Paul.
Inventory of estate of Lachlan McIntosh and George Johnston.
Signed Lachlan McGillivray, William Struthers, John Pettycrew, Samuel Alshenar.
 
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38G21Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of John Roberts [oversize], 11 August 1760 View online.
Appointment of John Rae, David Douglass, Edward Barnard, and Lachlan McGillivray, justices of Parish of St. Paul, as administrators of the administration oath to William and Elizabeth Crays, administrators of the estate of the late John Roberts, planter, of Augusta.
Signed Henry Ellis.
Oath of Administration of William and Elizabeth Crays.
Certified, District of Augusta, Edward Barnard.
 
22Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of John Roberts [oversize], 11 August 1760 View online.
Bond of William and Elizabeth Crays of Augusta, Parish of St. Paul, George Galphin, and Robert Hannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late John Roberts, planter.
Signed William Crays, Elizabeth Crays, George Galphin, Robert Hannah; attested Edward Barnard.
Incomplete.
 
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3856Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 22 August 1760 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for sale of the late John Mearn, planter. Jenet Barker, administratrix.
To Messieurs: Peter Nephew, David Dicks, John Hearn, Robert Houstoun, Saunders Moss; signed Henry Ellis; attested James Whitefield.
On verso: Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers Peter Nephew, David Dicks, John Hearn; attested Elisha Butler.
 
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38G23Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis. Estate of Cornelius Cook [oversize], 28 August 1760 View online.
Bond of Mary Ann Cook, widow, of New Windsor, South Carolina, James Paris of that place, and Robert Bolton of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late Cornelius Cook.
Signed Mary Ann Cook, James Paris, Robert Bolton; attested James Whitefield.
 
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3858Georgia. Governor. Henry Ellis, 3 September 1760 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Thomas Leitch at Halifax on Briar Creek in Parish of St. George, "here to fore settled by William Irvin."
Signed Henry Ellis; certified James Whitefield, D. secy.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general.
 
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38a1Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 7 November 1760 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Ross, Indian trader, late of Augusta. Lachlan McGillivray, administrator.
To Messieurs: John Graham, William Even, Moses Nunes, Thomas Morgan, James McHenry; signed James Wright, attested James Whitefield Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers William Ewen, James McHenry, and Thomas Morgan; attested Lewis Johnson, Parish of Christ Church.
Inventory of estate of John Ross.
Signed William Ewen, Thomas Morgan, James McHenry.
Bond of Lachlan McGillivray of Augusta, Parish of St. Paul, Thomas Vincent and James Mossman of Savannah for administration of the estate of the late John Ross, Indian trader.
Signed Lachlan McGillivray, Thomas Vincent, James Mossman; attested James Whitefield.
 
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38G24Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of John Spencer [oversize], 7 November 1760 View online.
Bond of Lachlan McGillivray of Augusta, Thomas Vincent, and James Mossman of Savannah for £2000 for administration of the estate of the late John Spencer.
Signed Lachlan McGillivray, Thomas Vincent, James Mossman; attested James Whitefield.
 
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38a3Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 7 November 1760 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Spencer, Indian trader, late of Augusta, Parish of St. Paul. Lachlan McGillivray of Augusta , administrator.
To Messieurs: John Graham, William Ewen, Moses Nunes, Thomas Morgan, James McHenry; signed James Wright, attested James Whitefield.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers John Graham, William Ewen, Moses Nunes, and Thomas Morgan; attested David Montaigut, District of Savannah.
 
3aGeorgia. Governor. James Wright [see also oversize box 38G], 24 November 1760 View online.
Inventories of estates of John Spencer, deceased.
Signed William Ewen, Thomas Morgan, John Graham, Moses Nunes Rivers, James McHenrey.
Fragments.
 
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38G25Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of John Spencer including 11 enslaved people (Sam, Nancey, Stepney, Anthony, Sanco, Prince, Cupid, Cambridge, Deborah, Bristol, Dick) [oversize item removed from 38a:3a], 1760-1761 View online.
 
26Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of William Strathers [oversize item removed from 38a:4], 25 November 1760 View online.
Appointment of Edward Barnard, John Francis Williams, and Francis Macartan, all of parish of St. Paul, as administrators of the administration oath to William Struthers, trader, of Augusta, administrator of the estate of his late sister Jane Struthers of Great Britain.
Signed James Wright [signature mutilated]; attested James Whitefield.
Bond of William Struthers, William Trewin, and James Colbert, all of District of Augusta, Parish of St. Paul, for administration of the estate of the late Jane Struthers.
Signed William Struthers, William Trewin, James Colbert; attested Edward Barnard.
 
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38a5Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 2 December 1760 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of John Lynn on North Newport River at Caine Creek Between lands of Lachlan McIntosh and —MacKay in Parish of St. John. Signed James Wright; certified James Whitefield.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general
 
6Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 7 April 1761 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of John Lawson on Altamaha River above Fort Barrington adjoining land of John Gray, Parish of St. Andrew. Signed James Wright; certified James Whitefield.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general
 
7Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 5 May 1761 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of John Lewis on the Altamaha River adjoining his father Samuel Lewis. Signed James Wright; certified James Whitefield.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general
 
8Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 2 June 1761 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Abraham Lewis in Parish of St. Andrew bounding Lewis's Creek and lands of John Lewis and Isaac Lewis. Signed James Wright; certified James Whitefield.
Sketch map of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general
 
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38G28Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of Stephen Adgye [?] [oversize item removed from 38a:9], 18 July 1761 View online.
Bond of Alexander Wylly, merchant, Edmund Tannatt, planter, and Lewis Johnson, merchant, all of Savannah, for administration of the estate of the late Stephen Adye of St. Christophers.
Signed Alexander Wylly, Edmund Tannatt, Lewis Johnson; attested John Talley.
 
29Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Will of Nathaniel Polhill [oversize], 30 July 1761 View online.
Will of Nathaniel Polhill of Berkley County, South Carolina, naming wife Hannah Polhill as executrix.
Signed Nathaniel Polhill; attested Thomas Barksdale, John Fullerton, John Wingood.
On verso: Authorization for execution.
Signed James Wright.
 
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38a10aGeorgia. Governor. James Wright, 1 September 1761 View online.
Warrant for survey of land of Martin Lachner on the island opposite Ebenezer adjacent land of Christopher Creamer.
Signed James Wright.
Fragments only.
 
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38G30Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Land grant and plat for John Lewis in the Parish of St. Andrews [oversize], 1761 View online.
Land grant to John Lewis for that tract bounded by Lewis's Creek in Parish of St. Andrew.
Sketch map and written description of property by Henry Yonge and William DeBrahm, surveyors general. Description authorized under Governor Henry Ellis
Sketch map.
 
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38a12Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 6 January 1762 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John DeVeaux, late of Little Ogeechee. George Delegal, executor.
To Messieurs: John Fox, David Fox, Junr., Joseph Summers, Joseph Wright, John Wilson; signed James Wright, attested John Talley. Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed John Fox, David Fox, Junr., Joseph Summers, Joseph Wright; attested Philip Delegal, Parish of Christ Church and in Little Ogeechee.
Inventory of estate of John DeVeaux.
Signed John Fox, David Fox, Junr., Joseph Summers, Joseph Wright.
 
13Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 22 January 1762 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Lester, late of Savannah. Thomas Burrington and Matthew Roche executors.
To Messieurs: Andrew Maxton, Samuel Pelton, James Bruce, William Patterson; signed James Wright, attested John Talley.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers Andrew Maxton, Samuel Pelton, and William Patterson; attested David Montaigut, Parish of Christ Church.
 
14Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 22 January 1762 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Morgan Sabb, planter, late of Ogeechee. Mary Sabb, executrix.
To Messieurs: James Mackay, Mark Carr, Adam Bosomworth, Thomas Maxwell, James Maxwell, Junr.; signed James Wright, attested John Talley.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed Mark Carr, Adam Bosomworth, James Maxwell, Junr.; attests James Fisher, Parish of St. John.
Inventory of estate of Morgan Sabb, signed Mark Carr, Adam Bosomworth, James Maxwell, Jr.
 
15Georgia. Governor. James Wright [see also oversize box 38G], 27 March 1762 View online.
Depositions relative to theestate of William Mackay and his wife Margaret Mackay of Darien, Parish of St. Andrew, both deceased, stating that the intent of said deceadents was to name Barbara Mackay, daughter of Captain James MacKay, heiress.
Signed Thomas Smith, John McLeod, David Miller attested James Wright.
 
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38G31Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of William MacKay [oversize items removed from folder 38a:15], 27 March 1762 View online.
 
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38a16Georgia. Governor. James Wright [see also oversize box 38G], 15 April 1762 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Sir Patrick Houstoun, late of Savannah. Dame Priscilla Houstoun, widow, executrix. To Messieurs: Noble Jones, James Mackay, James Bulloch, George Cuthbert, and David Montaigut; signed James Wright, attested John Talley.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, Noble Jones, James Mackay, James Bulloch, and George Cuthbert; attested William Clifton.
Inventory of estate of Sir Patrick Houstoun, Bart., signed Noble Jones, James Mackay, James Bulloch, George Cuthbert.
 
16aGeorgia. Governor. James Wright, 13 May 1762 View online.
Inventory of estate of William Mackay, deceased.
Signed Lachlan Mackintosh, George Mackintosh, Angus Clark, William Clark, John McDonald.
See also WRIGHT 15
 
17Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 20 September 1762 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Edward Somerville, late of Savannah, John Rae and Thomas Eatton, executors.
To messieurs: George Baillie, David Montaigut James Mossman, Alexander Fyffe, and John Morel; signed James Wright, attested John Talley.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed David Montaigut, George Baillie, James Mossman; attested Joseph Ottolenghe, Parish of Christ Church. Inventory of estate of Edward Somerville
Signed David Montaigut, George Baillie, James Mossman.
Subpoena ticket for Thomas Moodie relative to the case of Mordecai Sheftall vs. John Rae, administrator of estate of Edward Somerville.
 
18Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 19 November 1762 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for the estate of John Gray of Frederica. John Dunbar, Thomas Young and John Simpson, administrators.
To Messieurs: Roderick Mackintosh, John Polson, William Clark, Hugh Clark, Angus Clark, Daniel Mackaye, James Forrester, David Jervey, and Thomas Clancy; signed James Wright, attested John Talley.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers Roderick Mackintosh, John Polson, William Clark, Angus Clark; attested Alexander McDonald, Parish of St. Andrew. Oath of Appraisers James Forrester, David Jervey, and Thomas Clancy; attested Benjamin Wilson, Parish of St. James.
Inventory of estate of Captain John Gray.
Signed John Poison, William Clark, Angus Clark Inventory of estate of Captain John Gray.
Sighed James Forrester, David Jervey, Thomas Clancy.
 
19Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 1 April 1763 View online.
Appointment of Robert Baillie and Lachlan Mac Intosh of Parish of St. Andrew as administrators of the administration oath to George McIntosh, administrator of the estate of the late Captain John Mcintosh of Darien.
Signed James Wright; attested John Talley.
Oath of administration to George McIntosh.
Attested Lachlan MacIntosh.
 
20Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 26 May 1763 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Fitch, planter, late of Savannah. Anne Fitch, executrix.
To Messieurs: John Thomas, James Carter, Lewis Bynon, William Blake, Jacoh Beall, Philemon Kemp; signed James Wright, attested John Talley.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers John Thomas, James Carter, and Lewis Bynon; attested David Emanuel, Parish of St. George.
Inventory of estate of John Fitch, at Spirit Creek Plantation. Signed John Thomas, Lewis Bynon, James Carter.
Inventory of estate of John Fitch.
Signed John Thomas, Lewis Bynon, James Carter. Also including numerous other bonds, receipts, debits, and credits relative to the estate of John Fitch with the following individuals named or given as signatories: Francis Macartan, Martin Campbell, W. Macoodgion, George Northwind, Thomas Lloyd, John Simpson, James Jackson, Edward Barnard, Anthony Dean, William Clifton, Thomas Burrington, George Galphin, James Paris, Christopher Weisenbaker, Thomas White, Samuel Farley, William Wright, David Montaigut, John Morel, John Bowles, John Rae, Ezekiel Harlow, James Papst. George Ducker, Thomas Battoon, Peter Walsh, William Blake, Philemon Kemp, Jacob Beall, Robert Bolton, William Smith, Patrick Carroll, Thomas Gegg, Nehemiah Wade, John Lyon, Stephen Millen, Christopher Peters, Joseph Ottolenghe.
Petition of Anne Fitch, widow of John Fitch, to Governor James Wright, asking dismissal from her bond of administration.
Signed Grey Elliott, proctor for Anne Fitch, James Wright
 
21Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 29 July 1763 View online.
Bond of Ann Stuart, spinster, Charles Watson, and John Talley, all of Savannah, for administration of the estate of Mary Jubert, Widow. Signed Ann Stuart, Charles Watson, John Talley; attested Samuel Patton.
 
22Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 6 October 1763 View online.
Bond of John Barnes of Little Ogeechee, Joseph Clay, merchant, and Michael Stutz, carpenter, both of Savannah, for administration of the estate of the late Richard Warren. Signed John Barnes, Joseph Clay, Michael Stutz; attested John Talley, John Ross.
 
23Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 27 March 1764 View online.
Petition of Jacob Holbrook (son of the late Jacob Holbrook of Savannah) to Governor James Wright asking that Andrew Loremore be named guardian of Holbrook being under twenty-one and heit to real estate from his deceased father).
Signed Jacob Holbrook; attested James Wright.
 
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38G32Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of Lachlan MacIntosh [oversize item removed from 38a:24], 28 March 1764 View online.
Appointment of Benjamin Smith and James Parsons as administrators of the administration oath to John Hume, administrator of all the estate of the late Lachlan McIntosh not administered by the late David Douglass, Signed James Wright; attested John Talley.
Oath of administration of John Hume; Signed John Hume; attested Benjamin Smith. Bond of John Hume, merchant, of Charleston, South Carolina, James Edward Powell and James Graham, merchants, of Savannah, for administration of the estate of the late Lachlan McIntosh.
Signed John Hume, James Edward Powell, James Graham; attested Benjamin Smith, John Talley.
 
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38a25Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 19 April 1764 View online.
Revokation of letters of administration from Francis Macartan and Martin Campbell, storekeepers of Augusta, for estate of the late Richard Hughes, Indian trader, of Augusta, and Transfer of such letters to Philip Hughes, son of Richard Hughes and grand Nephew of Jemima Elliott.
Signed James Wright; attested John Talley.
 
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38G33Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of Joseph Stanley [oversize item removed from 38a:26], 12 October 1764 View online.
Will of Joseph Camuse, carpenter, of Savannah, naming Richard Milledge, Parish of Christ Church, as executor and mentioning children Joseph and Elizabeth Camuse.
Signed Joseph Camuse; attested Joseph Stanley, Ann Cox, William Young.
Authorization of execution, signed James Wright.
 
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38a27Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 15 October 1764 View online.
Will of John Ludwig Mayer, practitioner in physick, of Ewensburgh, Parish of Christ Church, naming wife Barbara Mayer (during her widowhood only) and Rev. John Joachim Zubly executors. Signed John Ludwig Mayer; attested George Shearouse, Sigismund Biltz, John Eppinger. On verso: Authorization for execution.
Signed James Wright.
 
28Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 31 October 1764 View online.
Bond of Benjamin Stirk, Thomas Eatton, merchant, and Joseph Dunlap, carpenter, all of Savannah, for administration of the estate of the late Catherine Hamilton.
Signed Benjamin Shirk, Thomas Eatton, Joseph Dunlap; attested John Talley.
 
29Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 27 November 1764 View online.
Bond of John Eppinger, bricklayer, Ann Lorrimore, widow, Peter Tondee and John Street carpenters, all of Savannah, for administration of the estate of Andrew Lorrimore.
Signed John Eppinger, Ann Lorrimore, Peter Tondee, John Street; attested John Talley.
 
30Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 1 April 1765 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Mathias Kugle, brickmaker, late of Parish of Christ Church.
Christina Kugle, widow, administratrix.
To Messieurs: [blank]; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed Thomas Lee, Matthias Ash, Peter Tondee; attested George Baillie.
Inventory of estate of Mathias Kugle
Signed Matthias Ash, Thomas Lee, Peter Tondee.
 
31Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 1 April 1765 View online.
Will of Adam Bosomworth leaving all slaves, property, etc., to wife Elizabeth Bosomworth; signed Adam Bosomworth and; attested John Lettimore, James Maxwell, Junr., John Handcock.
Certification signed James Wright.
Appointment of James Mackay and Elisha Butler as administrators of the oath of administration to Elizabeth Bosomworth, widow of Adam Bosomworth of Parish of St. John.
Signed James Wright; attested Thomas Moodie. Oath of administration, signed Elizabeth Bosomworth; attested James Mackay.
 
32Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 12 August 1765 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of James Bell, painter, of Savannah. Roger Kelsal and Simonat Munro administrators.
To Messieurs: [blank]; signed James Wright attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed James Love, Adrian Loyer, Thomas Flyming, John McFarlen attested George Baillie, Parish of Christ Church.
Inventory of estate of James Bell; signed James Love, Thomas Flyming, John McFarlen.
 
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38G34Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Esther Rasberry petition for a guardian [oversize item removed from 38a:33], 18 June 1766 View online.
Petition of Esther Rasberry to Governor James Wright requesting appointment of her mother Mrs. Ann Rasberry, widow, of Savannah as guardian since Esther Rasberry is a minor and inheritor of estate from her late father Thomas Rasberry, merchant.
Signed Esther Rasberry; certified with note in hand of James Wright.
 
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38a34Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 26 June 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Mary Bryan, widow, of Savannah. John Smith, Magdalen Williamson, and Joseph Clay, executors. To Messieurs: William Ewen, Champernown Williamson, Robert Bolton, James Read, Thomas Netherclift; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers William Ewen, Champernown Williamson, and Robert Bolton; attested Grey Elliott.
Inventory of estate of Mary Bryan.
Signed William Ewen, Champernown Williamson, Robert Bolton.
 
35Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 26 June 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Raymond Demere, merchant, Island of St. Simons. John Graham and Donald Mackay, executors.
To Messieurs: Robert Baillie, John Polson, James Forester, and Allan Stuart; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed Robert Baillie, John Poison, Allan Stuart; attested John Simpson.
Inventory of estate of Raymond Demere.
Signed Robert Baillie, John Poison, Allan Stuart.
 
36Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 8 July 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of the Rev. John Martin Bolzius, clerk, of Parish of St. Matthew. Gertraud Bolzius, administratrix.
To Messieurs: [piece missing]; signed James Wright.
Memorandum. Oath of appraisers, Herman Henry Lemké, John Flerl, John Wertsch; attested Theobald Kieffer, Parish of St. Matthew.
Inventory of estate of the Rev. John Martin Bolzius; signed Herman Henry Lemké, John Flerl, John Wertsch.
 
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38G35Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Estate of Joseph Clay [oversize item removed from 38a:37], 11 September 1766 View online.
Bond of Joseph Clay, merchant, James Habersham, Junr., merchant, and David Cutler Braddock, all of Savannah, for administration of the estate of the late John Barnes, gardener.
Signed Joseph Clay, James Habersham, Junr., David Cutler Braddock; attested John Stanton.
 
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38a38Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 13 October 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Thomas Lloyd, late of Savannah. Rebecca Lloyd, executrix.
To Messieurs: [blank]; signed James Wright; attested Thomas Moodie.
On verso: Letters of administration granted to James Love, executor of the estate of the late Mungo Graham, Parish of Christ Church.
Signed James Wright; attested Thomas Moodie.
 
39Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 11 November 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Christian Reidelsperger, late of Parish of St. Matthew, John Wilson and his wife Mary (formerly wife of Christian Reidelsperger), administrators.
To Messieurs: James Grant, John Starr, and John Snider; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers, signed John Starr, John Snider, James Grant; attested John Adam Treutlen, Clement Martin, Parish of St. Matthew.
 
40Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 27 November 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Henry Curtis, planter, late of Parish of Christ Church. Margaret Curtis, widow,administratrix.
To Messieurs: David Delegal, John Dodds, Cornelius Carden, Cornelius Harveny; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers David Delegal, John Dodds, and Cornelius Carden; attested Philip Delegal, Parish of Christ Church.
 
41Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 28 November 1766 View online.
Bond of Henry Preston of Savannah and the Hon. William Simpson, chief justice of Georgia, for administration of the estates of the late Charles Blundey.
Signed Henry Preston, William Simpson; attested Thomas Moodie.
 
42Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 16 December 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of John Perkins, late of Parish of Christ Church, Christian Perkins, executrix.
To Messieurs: David Montaigut, Matthew Roche Nicholas Neilson, John Milledge; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers David Montaigut, Matthew Roche, and Nicholas Neilson; attested Charles Watson.
 
43Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 19 December 1766 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Thomas Ross, planter, late of Augusta. John Douglass administrator.
To Messieurs: Edward Barnard, Thomas Waters, LeRoy Hammond; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers Edward Barnard, Thomas Waters, LeRoy Hammond; attested James Jackson, Parish of St. Paul.
Inventory of estate of Thomas Ross.
Signed Edward Barnard, Thomas Waters, LeRoy Hammond.
 
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38G36Georgia. Governor. James Wright. Land grant to Thomas Young of the Parish of St. John [oversize item removed from 38a:44], 6 January 1767 View online.
Land grant to Thomas Young for that tract of land bounded by Adam Bosomworth, Clement Martin, and John Sandiford in Parish of St. John.
Signed James Wright; attested Charles Watson.
 
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38a45Georgia. Governor. James Wright, 21 January 1767 View online.
Warrant of appraisement for estate of Kenneth Baillie, planter, Parish of St. John. Elizabeth Baillie, Andrew Darling, James Mackay, and Robert Baillie, executors.
To Messieurs: Thomas Maxwell, William Baker, Daniel Sillivant, and Robert Nichols; signed James Wright, attested Thomas Moodie.
Memorandum.
Oath of appraisers Thomas Maxwell, William Baker, Daniel Sillivant, and Robert Nichols; attested Parmen us Way, Parish of St. John.
 
45aGeorgia. Governor. James Wright, 22 January 1767 View online.
Bond of Joseph Wright and Nicholas Horton merchants, and James Edward Powell and Jamest Cuthbert, all of Savannah, for guardianship of Thomas Hamilton, Charles Hamilton, and Francis Hamilton, minors.
Signed Joseph Wright, Nicholas Horton, James Cuthbert, James Edward Powell; attested Thomas Moodie.
 
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