Dawson County Wills and Estates
Dawson County was created in 1857 from Lumpkin County. Later a portion was taken from Gilmer County. County seat is Dawsonville. (In 1850, Calhoun was called Dawsonville before it was renamed.) The County was named for Judge William C. Dawson. Researchers should also search Lumpkin County.
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Dawson County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers
Dawson County Marriages
Dawson County Wills
- Index to Dawson County Marriages 1858 to 1883
Indexes to Dawson County Probate Records
- Dawson County Wills 1857-1862 (abstracts).
- Index to Dawson County Annual Returns, Books D & E, 1835-1854.
- Index to Dawson County Wills, Guardians, Administrators, Bonds, Book B, 1857-1896.
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