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Georgia Census Records Abstracted by Georgia Pioneers

The following records from the U. S. Census Bureau were extracted to assist the genealogist in researching Georgia families

Georgia Pioneers was developed by Jeannette Holland Austin to share information preserved over a 40-year period. It contains traced genealogies, probate records, confederate deaths, revolutionary war pensions, cemeteries, obituaries, marriages, census, cherokees, births, school graduates, etc.

1879 to 1880 Industrial Census

The Industrial Census includes those persons who were manufacturers, lumber mills, saw mills, brick yards, tile works, flour and grist mills, slaughtering and meating packing and salt works, boots and shoes, etc. For the genealogist wishing to learn more about the ancestors, this is an excellent resource.

Hancock; Haralson; Harris; Hart; Heard; Henry; Houston; Jackson; Jasper; Jefferson; Johnson; Laurens; Lee; Liberty; Lincoln; Lowndes; Lumpkin; Macon; Madison; Marion; McDuffie; McIntosh; Meriwether; Miller; Milton; Mitchell; Monroe; Montgomery; Morgan; Murray; Muscogee; Newton; Oconee; Oglethorpe; Paulding; Pickens; Pierce; Pike; Polk; Pulaski; Putnam; Quitman; Rabun; Randolph; Richmond; Rockdale; Schley; Screven; Spalding; Stewart; Sumter; Talbot; Taliaferro; Tattnall; Taylor; Telfair; Terrell; Thomas; Towns; Troup; Twiggs; Union; Upson; Walker; Walton; Ware; Warren; Washington; Wayne; Webster; White; Whitfield; Wilcox; Wilkes; Wilkinson; Worth

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