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"Douglas County, Georgia, Genealogy"
Posted by: Joe Baggett Date: September 07, 2001 at 12:52:24
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“Douglas County, Georgia, Genealogy,” edited and published by Joe Baggett, is a continuation of the original “Douglas County, Georgia, Genealogy” published in the 1970s and 1980s. Issues will be mailed 26 times a year. Subscription: $26 per year payable to Joe Baggett, 8823 Rose Avenue, Douglasville, Ga. 30134. E-mail baggettcj@aol.com. Please include your e-mail address with your subscription payment and details on which family lines you are researching.

Queries and other submitted information are welcomed. The more information you supply, the better your chances of finding more useful information about your family.

Issues will contain information from almost 30 years of research on the 19th century families of Douglas County, Old Campbell County (now south Fulton County), eastern Carroll County, southern Paulding County, southern Cobb County, and even Coweta County. Included will be the editor’s large collection of data from the United States census, cemeteries, military, courthouse and church records, newspapers, correspondence with researchers beginning in the early 1970s, etc. The first issue will be mailed in October 2001.

Research is also available at an hourly rate on any persons shown on the 1880 United States Census.


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