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Images of Spalding County Wills

>Spalding County Wills 1852-1880 (abstracts)

Indexes to Probate Records

  • Will Bk A 1852-1880.
  • Annual Returns, Appraisements, Vouchers, 1851 to 1862.
  • Annual Returns, Appraisements, Vouchers, 1862-1865.


  • General Index 1852-1873
  • Brides Index 1852-1873
  • Spalding County Marriages from newspapers 1885-1886.

Map of Spalding County

Searching for your Ancestors?

Colonial Couple The beginning of any research is speaking with family members, visiting graveyards and searching for old bible records. Next, researching the Census Records if important. But those records only go back to 1790 and at that point have limited data. This is why the most important phase of genealogical research is to search county court houses where the families resided. In America, one can easily go back to 1607. This is the main purpose of this website, which features images of actual records in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Hence, the problem which genealogists have suffered for many years, of old, aged records difficult to read and in many cases lacking proper indexes is now resolved on this website.

Names of Families in Spalding County Wills, Estates, Marriages

Spalding County Court HouseSpalding County Court House. Spalding County was created in 1851. Griffin is the county seat. Spalding County was named for Thomas Spalding from the Scottish Highlands who came to Georgia with Oglethorpe whose great-grandfather, John Mohr McIntosh, chieftain of the clan which settled Darien.

Research in Henry and Pike is indicated. Early Settlers: Elisha Akin, William Alexander, Benjamin Searcy, Thomas Simonton, William Welch, C. A. Davis, W. S. Doyal, E. H. Drewry, William Freeman, B. W. Ferrell, Lewis Flemister, Asa Miles, Joseph P. Manley.