|Creator:||Georgia. Superior Court (Jackson County).|
|Title:||Jackson County court records|
|Quantity:||12.0 Linear feet (30 document boxes)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of loose papers numbering several thousand official court records of Jackson County, Georgia. Included in these records are bonds, petitions, fi fas, pleas, and wills.|
Jackson County, in northeast Georgia, is the state's twenty-second county, created in 1796 from part of Franklin County on land formerly held by Cherokee and Creek Indians. It was named for James Jackson, who was a general in the Revolutionary War. Jackson County lost territory when portions of it went to the formation of Barrow, Clarke, Madison, and Walton counties.
Arranged in chronological order.
Jackson County court records. MS 68. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.