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Monday, March 26, 2018

Names of Georgia Ancestors - > Appling County


Appling County Wills, Estates, Vouchers, Marriages, Homestead Exemptions

Sweetwater, Georgia

Appling County was created in 1818 by the Georgia State Legislature from land owned by the Creek Indians (1814 Treaty of Fort Jackson) and was named for Colonel Daniel Appling of Columbian County, a hero of the War of 1812. The original boundary extended from the Altamaha River to the St. Marys River. The genealogists should note the fact that Appling was the parent county of all or part of Atkinson, Bacon, Brantley, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Echols, Jeff Davis, Pierce, Telfair, Ware, and Wayne counties. The county seat is Holmesville. 

The following Appling County Records are available to members of Georgia Pioneers

Online Images of Estates, Guardianships, Vouchers, etc. 1856-1879

Testators: Abbott, John S.; Bell, Sarah A., minor; Bell, Mary A., minor; Bennett,Martha; John S.; Boatright, C.; Burns, A.; Carnes, John; Carter, Daniel; Carter, George; Carter, Isaac; Carter, Jacob; Carter, James; Carter, Jesse; Carter, John, minor; Carter, Nancy; Carter, Rutha; Carter, Stephen; Carter, Wiley; Caswell, F. N., heirs of; Colby, Abraham; Comas; Crosby, Silas; Curtis, Paul; Deen, minors; Dodge, C. W.; Douglas, Alexander; Dunkin, John; Dyal, D. Washington; Eason, George; Ellis, John; Floyd, Lewis, minors of; Frawley, William T.; Graham, John; Graham, Mary; Hollers, Thomas; Holton, John G.; Hunter, N. H.; Johnson, Archibald; Johnson, Daniel; Johnson, Malcolm; Johnson (settlement); Ketterson, Phillip; Lee, Warren, minors of; McGans, Nicholas; McGaully, Henry; McGaully, James, heirs of; Mobley, Jesse; Mobley, Solomon; Nail, Rubin; Nettles, William; Nicholas, Jonathan; Nunez, Hugh; Paterson, William; Quirk, William; Reddick, Isham; Robinson, John; Robinson minors; Sellers, Drucilla, minor; Summerall, David; Surrency, Allen P.; Surrency, H. W.; Surrency, Wealthy; Taylor, Burrell; Taylor, Isaiah; Thomas, John; Thomas, Sarah; Tillman, James; Touchstone   -- see more names --


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