Publications For Sale - Lumpkin Co. GA Genealogy


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By Ted O. Brooke & John Carver
Published 2005

Part of the area that became Lumpkin County, Georgia, was settled as early as 1818 when Hall County was created.  In 1832 Lumpkin county was created from Hall County and from Cherokee Indian lands in the 1832 Georgia Land Lottery.  Bordering Lumpkin County are Dawson, Fannin, Gilmer, Hall, Union, and White Counties, Ga.

Lumpkin county, Georgia Cemeteries includes:

Complete surveys of all 80 cemeteries in Lumpkin County.
Over 13,000 tombstone inscriptions include full names, birth
    and death dates, military and other relevant data.
Maps of Lumpkin County for 1832, 1839, 1896, 1915 and 2001.
Complete index of all names, including maiden names of females.
Nine appendices include:
Lost cemeteries of Lumpkin County
Early births (pre 1820) and deaths (pre 1850).
Military service markers for all wars.
1850, 1860, 1870 & 1880 Mortality Census schedules.
Hard cover with fine quality acid-free paper.
526 (+xvi) pages.

Surnames having more than forty references:
Abercrombie, Adams, Anderson, Ash, Barnes, Beck, Berry, Brown, Butler, Cain, Caldwell, Chapman, Chester, Christian, Crane, Davis, Dowdy, Edwards, Evans, Fields, Fortner, Free, Gaddis, Garrett, Gooch, Grindle, Grizzle, Head, Ingram, Jarrard, Jones, Lance, Lee, Lingerfelt, Martin, McDonald, Miller, Mincey, Moore, O'Kelley, Parks, Peck, Perry, Pierce, Ravan, Rider, Ridley, Roberts, Robinson, Sain/Saine/Sayne, Satterfield, Seabolt, Smith, Stringer, Sullens/Sullins, Thomas, Thompson, Turner, Walden, Walker, Waters, Whelchel, White, Wilson, Wimpey/Wimpy and Woody.

The price is $35 each, postpaid.

Order from:
Ted Brooke
2055 Foster Drive,
Cumming, GA 30040