Stewart County was created from Randolph County in 1830 Later, portions of Stewart County were used to create Quitman County in 1858. County seat: Lumpkin, Georgia. Early Settlers: Sampson L. Lampkin, county surveyor; Edward Studevant, coroner; Thomas R. Mangham, clerk of the superior court, Jonathan F. Bridges, sheriff; Joseph Williams; Sampson Bell; William C. Grimmer; Robert Applewhite: and H. M. Jenkins.
Digital Images of Stewart County Wills 1850 to 1852
Testators: Burke, John; Culpepper, John ; Gates, Samuel; Hall, Josiah ; Horton, Daniel ;Hughes, Nancy; Thornton, Robert ;West, Mary ;Williams, John
Digital Images of Stewart County Annual Returns and Estates
Testators: Allen Belcher, William Disharoon, Theophilus Hardie, Stephen Harris, Moses Matthews, Patterson Orphans, Joseph Powell, Matilda Price, John Stevenson, Peter Thompson, James White and Alexander Wilson.