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Re: Habersham County Militia Districts 1820-1840
Posted by: Dennis Dover (ID *****6897) Date: November 26, 2002 at 16:05:04
In Reply to: Habersham County Militia Districts 1820-1840 by william ramsaur of 954

Bill, good question. Somewhere I read that either the boundaries for the land districts or the militia districts in Cherokee County never changed to this day (or at least till the 1950's). That's hard to believe. You will see district 666 in the following link on what is now the western border of Habersham County, White County and a portion of Lumpkin having been in Habersham in the early days. I've never run across a similar map showing either the land districts or the militia districts for what was and is Habersham County before or after. What a help that would be for all of us.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~galumpki/maps/LumpkinGMD.jpg




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