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Georgia Census Notes

Federal Georgia Census Records are available to the public for census years: 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930. See 1790-1940 Census Search at Ancestry.

1790-1810 Georgia Federal census records schedules are missing.  There is an 1800 Territorial Census for Oglethorpe County. Early Georgia tax lists 1792-1819 can prove helpful as a census substitute. These early census and tax records are included in the 1790-1890 Georgia Census Records at Ancestry.

The 1820 Federal Georgia census is missing schedules for Franklin, Rabun and Twiggs counties.

1890 Georgia Federal census records burned in a 1921 warehouse fire with the exception of remnants containing part of Columbus Town in Muscogee County.  Even the Georgia Veterans and Widows census schedules were lost. See A Fire Destroyed The 1890 Census, Bridging the 1890 Census Gap and 1890 Census Fragment of Georgia.

Soundex code indexes for Federal Georgia census records are available on microfilm for census years: 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930.

Georgia State Census Records:  There were numerous state census enumerations conducted between 1787 and 1879.  Sadly, only a few scattered years and remnants of these state census records have survived, however, the year 1859 is reported to be complete.  Following are other known Georgia state census years and some of the areas they cover:

1798 - Greene County

1827 - Taliferro County.

1834 - Various Localities.

1838-  Laurens, Newton and Tattnall Counties.

1845 - Fragments off various localities.

1852-1853  Various localities.

1859 - Supposedly, the entire state.

1865 - Fragments of various localities.

1879 - Columbia County.

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1660-1820 US Reconstructed Census Records

1699-1944 Georgia Marriages

1790-1890 Georgia Census

1828-1978 Georgia Marriages from Select Counties

1850 US Census Search

1851-1900 Georgia Marriages

1900 Census Online 

Early Georgia Settlers

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Georgia Vital Records

Georgia Dept of Community Health

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2600 Skyland Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30319-3640
Phone: (404) 679-4701

Birth & Death  records are on file from 1919 to present.

Marriages & Divorce records are on file from 1952 to present. 

County clerks at the county level may have earlier records on file, particularly in counties where large cities are located.

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Georgia

(Statehood 1788)

Many early settlers traveled from Virginia and the Carolinas to Georgia for the "land lottery".  Families were required to live in the territory for at least 1 year to be eligible for the drawings.  The drawings were held between 1803 and 1832, giving away tracts of land as large as 400 acres.  

See: 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, 1807 Georgia Land Lottery, 1820-1832 Georgia Land Lottery, Georgia Land Lottery, 1827,   Georgia Land Lottery, 1832 and 1832 Georgia Gold Lottery.


Statewide Georgia Census Records Online

 1790 Census of Georgia (Reconstructed)

 1790-1890 Georgia Census Records at Ancestry

 1835 Georgia Pension Roll- Statewide

 1840 Georgia Census of Pensioners

 1850 Federal Census Index and 1850 Census Images

 1850 Federal Census Mortality Schedules Index and Images

 1850 Federal Census Slave Schedules Index and Images

 1860 Federal Census Index

 1864 Census for Re-Organizing the Georgia Militia at Ancestry

 1870 Federal Census Index and 1870 Census Images

 1880 Federal Census Records Search at Family Search

 1890 Georgia Census Fragment at Ancestry

 1900 Federal Census Index and 1900 Census Images

 1910 Federal Census Index

 1920 Federal Census Index

 1930 Federal Census Index at Family Search

 1940 Federal Census Index and 1940 Census Images

 Census Records & Cherokee Muster Rolls

 Georgia Statewide Databases of Census Records & Genealogy Records

 


GA Census Records Online by County

Towns County (formed 1856 from Rabun & Union)

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Treutlen County (formed 1917 from Emanuel & Montgomery)

No known census online.  Submit a link here.


Troup County (formed 1826 from Indian Lands)

1830 Federal Census Index

1830 Federal Census

1830 Federal Census Records

1840 Federal Census Records

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census Mortality Schedules

1860 Federal Census Records

1860 Federal Census Extraction of Free Blacks

1860 Federal Census Mortality Schedules

1860 Federal Census Slaveholders

1870 Federal Census Index

1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedules

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedules

Other Records

Citizens of Antioch Community 1893-1901


Turner County (formed 1905 from Dooly, Irwin, Wilcox & Worth)

1910 Federal Census Records


Twiggs County (formed 1809 from Wilkinson County)

1830 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Index

1840 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census

1850 Federal Census Partial

1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

Other Records

1818-1853 Tax Lists


Union County (formed 1832 from Cherokee Lands & Lumpkin)

1834 Special Census Records

1835 Census Records of Cherokees East of the Mississippi

1840 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census

1850 Federal Census Slave Schedule

1851 Siler Roll

1851 Chapman Roll

1854 Cherokee Roll

1860 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census Partial

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Upson County (formed 1824 from Crawford & Pike)

1830 Federal Census Records Transcription

1840 Federal Census Index

1840 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Images

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Transcription Part 1

1850 Federal Census Transcription Part 2

1850 Federal Census Supplement

1850 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1850 Federal Census Slave Schedule

1860 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1860 Federal Census Agricultural Schedule

1870 Federal Census Index

1870 Federal Census - Households 1-530

1870 Federal Census - Households 531-800

1870 Federal Census - Households 801-1049

1870 Federal Census - Households 1050-1704

1870 Federal Census Transcription of Thomaston

1870 Federal Census Agricultural Schedule Index

1872 Census of Paupers

1880 Federal Census Index

1880 Federal Census Transcription  (Files arranged by town and district names)

1880 Federal Census Index of Agricultural Schedule

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1883 Census of Pensioners

Other Records

1825 Tax List

1827 Georgia Land Lottery Records

1844 List of Children Eligible for Poor School

1845 Poor School Records

1846 Poor School Records


Walker County (formed 1833 from Murray)

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1900 Federal Census Index

1900 Federal Census Records Transcription

1900 Federal Census Records Index and Transcription


Walton County (formed 1818 from Cherokee Lands)

1820 Federal Census Index

1820 Federal Census Images

1830 Federal Census Index

1830 Federal Census

1830 Federal Census Images

1840 Federal Census Images

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census Images

1860 Federal Census Index

1860 Federal Census Images

1870 Federal Census Index

1870 Federal Census

1870 Federal Census Images

1880 Federal Census Images

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1900 Federal Census Images

1920 Federal Census Images


Ware County  (formed 1824 from Appling)

1850 Federal Census Index

1860 Federal Census

1860 Federal Census Records & Index

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Warren County (formed 1793 from Columbia, Richmond & Wilkes)

1820 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census

1860 Federal Census

1870 Federal Census Surname Index

1870 Federal Census

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1920 Federal Census Records


Washington County (formed 1784 from Indian Lands)

1820 Federal Census Index

1820 Federal Census

1830 Federal Census Index

1830 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census

1860 Federal Census Index

1860 Federal Census

Another 1860 Federal Census

1870 Federal Census Index

1870 Federal Census

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1920 Federal Census Records Transcription


Wayne County (formed 1803 from Indian Lands, Appling, Camden & Glynn)

1840 Federal Census

1850 Federal Census Index

1860 Federal Census

1860 Federal Census Records & Index at GenWeb

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Webster County (formed 1856.  Previously Kinchafoonee County)

1860 Federal Census Index at USGenWeb Census Project

1860 Federal Census at USGenWeb Census Project 

1860 Federal Census

Another 1860 Federal Census

1870 Federal Census Index

1870 Federal Census

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1920 Federal Census


Wheeler County (formed 1912 from Montgomery)

No known census online.  Submit a link here.


White County (formed 1857 from Habersham)

1860 Federal Census Index  A-J

1860 Federal Census Index  K-Z

1860 Federal Census

1870 Federal Census Images

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1910 Federal Census Records


Whitfield County (formed 1851 from Murray & Walker)

1860 Federal Census Records Transcription (Files arranged by page #.)

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1900 Federal Census Records Transcription of ED 101 (Files arranged by page #.)


Wilcox County (formed 1857 from Dooly, Irwin & Pulaski)

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Wilkes County (formed 1777 - The Original Territory)

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Index

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Wilkinson County (formed 1803 from the Creek Cession)

1820 Federal Census Surname Index

1820 Federal Census

1820 Federal Census at GenWeb Archives

1840 Federal Census

1840 Federal Census Revolutionary War Participants

1850 Federal Census Surname Index

1850 Federal Census

1850 Federal Census at GenWeb Archives

1860 Federal Census

1860 Federal Census Agricultural Schedule

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule


Worth County (formed 1852 from Dooly & Irwin)

1860 Federal Census of Isabella PO

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

Other Records

Noteworthy Citizens of 1860

1909-1910 Business Directory

WWII Honor Roll

 

 

 

 

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