CLAYTON COUNTY BOOKS
CLAYTON COUNTY BOOKS
Register of signatures of depositors in branches of the Freedman's Savings
and Trust Company, 1865-1874 Microfilm Atlanta - Reels 8, 9, 10 Savannah - Reel 12
What does America mean to you? History and genealogy Author: Ownbey, Evenly Jeanette Miller 1895- CS71.M422 Vol. 1 & 2 Subject: Massey, Rankin, Glendening, Houston, Winston, Dabney, Barrett, Overton, Bryant, Miller, Massie, Mary Dabney Winston 1740-1835
Georgia Pioneers and Their Times by Jeanette Holland Austin (1990)
The Georgians: Genealogist of Pioneer Settlers by Jeanette Holland Austin (1984)
Georgia Bible Records by Jeanette Holland Austin (1985)
Index to Georgia Wills - Jeanette H. Austin
Abstracts of Georgia Wills Jeanette H. Austin
Colonial Georgians by Jeanette Holland Austin
Deaths of Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Died In Georgia And Their Widows by Jeanette Holland Austin(1983)
Abstracts of Some Revolutionary War Pensions by Jeanette Holland Austin (1987)
Creeks and Seminoles - Wright, J. Leitch, Jr., University of Nebraska Press, 1986.
Sacred Revolt, The Muskogees' Struggle for a New World
Martin, Joel W. Beacon Press Books, 1991.
Woodward's reminiscences of the Creek, or Muscogee Indians, contained in letters to friends in Georgia and Alabama Thomas S. Woodward; with an appendix containing interesting matter relating to the general subject ; with a forward by Peter Brannon. 168 pages 1859 pub Index only: http://www.floridadetective.net/genbooks.html
These books are superb references for researching both Creek and Cherokee heritages.
Mormon Church Files - www.familysearch.org
The IGI, International Genealogical Index, is composed primarily of civil and church records that were micro filmed by the Mormon Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of latter- Day Saints). These records contain birth, death, and marriage records. There will not be records of entire families. Volunteers read and transcribe microfilms when the Church is allowed to film the records of governments and churches. As they are checked and made available, they are added to the IGI.
The Ancestral File is a collection of genealogist submitted by people who do genealogy. Anybody can submit theirs and everybody is encouraged to do so. The Pedigree Resource is similar to the Ancestral File. This information is generally submitted through the Internet.
The IGI, the Ancestral File, and the Pedigree Resource File (along with the Social Security Death Index and tons of other data) is made available at the site www.familysearch.org. There is no fee nor subscription required to use the site. It is an incredible resource! (I found over 4400 names in 13 generations by just searching for my mother's mother!) Anybody can "upload" their genealogy and have it made available to everybody - again, Thank you - Earl Capps
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