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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Surviving Records of Dublin, Georgia

Old Home in Dublin, Georgia
Laurens County, Georgia is part of the deep South.  The original settlers came from Washington County where they drew land grants for service in the Revolutionary War. The early days were merchandizing stores in Dublin and markets for foodstuffs and cotton. In plain terms, this was the farmer's world.  The court house records survived the ravages of General Sherman and are a treasure trove for genealogists.  The old wills have been digitized and are available to members of Georgia Pioneers

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