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Online Images of Wills, 1859 to 1865Names of Testators: Abercrombie, Rachel; Adamson, G. W.; Adamson, N. C.; Abercrombie, Lavinda; Allen, Young; Beavers, Willis; Betts, William; Blalock, Jesse; Burks, Christopher; Burks, Wiley; Camp, Abner; Campbell, William; Chambers, Joseph; Chapman, Elizabeth; Coker, James; Coles, Isaac; Conner, Nancy; Crawley, G.; Dickey, William; Dickson, Robert; Dodd, Edward; Dodd, Frances; Duffey, David; Estes, Allen; Evans, Hugh; Fitzgerald, Philip; Fuller, William A.; Garner, George; Gilbert, John Henry; Guice, John; Gunter, Isham; Hall, Elisha; Harrell, T. S. L.; Harris, Gilford; Henderson, Robert; Huie, John; Irwin, Samuel; Jackson, Daniel; James, David; Johnson, Jordan; Jones, Allen; Jones, Edward; Key, C. A.; Mann, achariah; McMullin, N. S.; Melson, William; Mitchell, Hinche; Mitchell, Thomas; Moore, H. J.; Moran, Nancy; Morris, Richard; Morris, Richard (2); Nash, Edward; Noland, James; Northen, Besset; Osborn, John; Oslin, Sarah; Pate, James; Peacock, D. W.; Phillips, Trusten; Pledger, Joseph; Ragsdale, Mary; Rountree, Mary Ann; Sanders, William; Smith, Archable; Smith, Joseph F.; Stanly, John; Tankersley, Andrew; Tankersley, John; Tarver, L. W.; Walden, Elisha; Wallis, Rubin; Williamson, Thomas; Williamson, Thomas S.; Wright, Nancy
- Topographical Map of Clayton County.
- Index to Marriages 1859 to 1870
Indexes to Probate Records
- Wills 1859 to 1921
- Inventories, Vouchers, Sales, 1857 to 1897
- Inventories, Vouchers, Sales, 1898 to 1957
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Addendum--When Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind, she included familiar family members. The father figure Fitzgerald was the epitome of a family whose plantation was located near Jonesboro, Georgia on. Pictured is the old plantation on Mundys Mill Road which continues to survive in its dilapidated state. As expected they were Irish. This genealogy is traced and is available to members of Georgia Pioneers.
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Family Names Found in Clayton County Wills, Estates, MarriagesClayton County was formed from Fayette (to the west) and Henry (to the east) in 1858 and was named after Judge Augustin S. Clayton, who served in the Georgia General Assembly. All of the records have been preserved. Researchers should also research Fayette County where a good many of its residents are found.
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