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Genealogical Material from Legal Notices in Early Georgia Newspapers.

$38.50

By: Judge Folks Huxford, Pub. 1989, rReprinted 2006, 310 pages, Hard Cover, Index, ISBN #0-89308-656-8.

The types of legal notices found in this book are as follows: Letters of Administration of estates; establishment of lost plats; appointment of Road Commissioners; Grand Jury presentations; advertisements of divorce and separation; notices of Indian depredation of Whites; powers of attorney; lists of deserters; rewards and warrants for arrests; divorce suits; guardianship; notices of application for dowry... and many other such things to locate one’s ancestors that would be next to impossible to find from other sources. Legal notices such as the above from the following Georgia newspapers are to be found here: Georgia Gazette (Savannah), Jan.. 11, 1790 to Nov. 21, 1799 and Jan. 2, 1800 to Jan., 1802; The Columbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, Mar. 31, 1796 to Nov. 26, 1819; The Republican & Savannah Evening Ledger, July 15, 1808 to Nov. 20, 1805; The Southern Patriot (Savannah), Dec. 22, 1804 to Oct. 25, 1805; The Southern Recorder (Milledgeville), Mar. 18, 1824 to Dec. 17, 1844; The Georgia Journal (Milledgeville), Dec. 17, 1809 to Dec. 11, 1816; The Southern Centennial & Universal Gazette (Augusta), July 6, 1793 to Oct. 24, 1799 and Jan. 9, 1794 to Oct. 24, 1799; The Augusta Chronicle & Gazette of the State, Nov. 9, 1800 to Mar. 14, 1825 and July 24, 1790 to Nov. 19, 1800 and June 5, 1790 to Nov. 15, 1800; The American Advocate, Jan. 13, 1816 to Oct. 3, 1816; and The Darien Gazette, Oct. 22, 1818 to Mar. 14, 1825.