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Appling
Barrow
Brantley
Catoosa
Chattahoochee
Clinch
Coweta
DeKalb
Echols
Fayette
Glascock
Habersham
Heard
Jeff Davis
Lanier
Lowndes
Madison
Morgan
Paulding
Pulaski
Rockdale
Stewart
Telfair
Treutlen
Walker
Webster
Wilkinson
Atkinson
Bartow
Brooks
Calhoun
Chatham
Chattooga
Cobb
Crawford
Dodge
Effingham
Floyd
Glynn
Hall
Henry
Jefferson
Laurens
Lumpkin
Meriwether
Murray
Peach
Putnam
Schley
Sumter
Terrell
Troup
Walton
Wheeler
Bacon
Ben Hill
Bryan
Camden
Cherokee
Coffee
Crisp
Dooly
Elbert
Forsyth
Gordon
Hancock
Houston
Jenkins
Lee
Marion
Miller
Muscogee
Pickens
Quitman
Screven
Talbot
Thomas
Turner
Ware
White
Worth
Baker
Berrien
Bulloch
Candler
Clarke
Colquitt
Dade
Dougherty
Emanuel
Franklin
Grady
Haralson
Irwin
Johnson
Liberty
McDuffie
Mitchell
Newton
Pierce
Rabun
Seminole
Taliaferro
Tift
Twiggs
Warren
Whitfield
Baldwin
Bibb
Burke
Carroll
Clay
Columbia
Dawson
Douglas
Evans
Fulton
Greene
Harris
Jackson
Jones
Lincoln
McIntosh
Monroe
Oconee
Pike
Randolph
Spaulding
Tattnall
Toombs
Union
Washington
Wilcox
Banks
Bleckley
Butts
Charlton
Clayton
Cook
Decatur
Early
Fannin
Gilmer
Gwinnett
Hart
Jasper
Lamar
Long
Macon
Montgomery
Oglethorpe
Polk
Richmond
Stephens
Taylor
Towns
Upson
Wayne
Wilkes


County County Seat Date Created Origin Named For Host Map Mailing List
Appling County Baxley 1818 Land ceded by the Creek Indians in the Treaty of Fort Jackson in 1814 and the Treaty of the Creek Agency in 1818 Colonel Daniel Appling, hero of the War of 1812 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Atkinson County Pearson 1917 Clinch and Coffee William Yates Atkinson, governor of Georgia and speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Bacon County Alma 1914 Appling, Pierce and Ware Augustus Octavius Bacon, US Senator; president pro tempore of the United States Senate ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Baker County Newton 1825 Early Colonel John Baker, American Revolutionary War hero ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Baldwin County Milledgeville 1803 Creek Cessations of 1802 and 1805 Abraham Baldwin, Founding Father, US Senator, one of the Georgia delegates who signed the US Constitution ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Banks County Homer 1858 Franklin and Habersham Dr Richard Banks, a local physician ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Barrow County Winder 1914 Gwinnett, Jackson and Walton "Uncle Dave" David Crenshaw Barrow Jr, chancellor of the University of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Bartow County Cartersville 1832 Created from a portion of Cherokee County in 1832 and originally called Cass County after General Lewis Cass General Francis S Bartow, Confederate political leader, first Confederate general killed in the American Civil War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Ben Hill County Fitzgerald 1906 Irwin and Wilcox Benjamin Harvey Hill, US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Berrien County Nashville 1856 Coffee, Irwin and Lowndes John MacPherson Berrien, US Senator, United States Attorney General ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Bibb County Macon 1822 Houston, Jones, Monroe and Twiggs Dr William Wyatt Bibb, first Governor of Alabama, US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Bleckley County Cochran 1912 Pulaski Logan Edwin Bleckley, Georgia State Supreme Court Chief Justice ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Brantley County Nahunta 1920 Charlton, Pierce and Wayne Either Benjamin D Brantley or William Gordon Brantley, US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Brooks County Quitman 1858 Lowndes and Thomas Captain Preston S Brooks, hero of the Mexican–American War and Congressman from South Carolina ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Bryan County Pembroke 1793 Chatham Jonathan Bryan, a colonial settler and famous state representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Bulloch County Statesboro 1796 Bryan and Screven Archibald Bulloch, Revolutionary War soldier, Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives, and acting governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Burke County Waynesboro 1777 Originally Organized as St Georges Parish Edmund Burke, British political philosopher and Member of Parliament who was sympathetic to the cause of US independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Butts County Jackson 1825 Henry and Monroe Captain Samuel Butts, a hero of the Creek War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Calhoun County Morgan 1854 Early and Baker John C Calhoun, US Representatative, Senator, and Vice President from South Carolina ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Camden County Woodbine 1777 St Mary and St Thomas Parishes Sir Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain who was sympathetic to the cause of the Revolution ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Candler County Metter 1914 Bulloch, Emanuel and Tattnall Allen Daniel Candler, state legislator, US Representative and Governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Carroll County Carrollton 1826 Creek Cessation 1825 Charles Carroll, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Catoosa County Ringgold 1853 Walker and Whitfield Chief Catoosa, a Cherokee chief ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Charlton County Folkston 1854 Camden Robert Milledge Charlton, jurist, US Senator and mayor of Savannah ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Chatham County Savannah 1777 Christ Church and St Phillip Parishes William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, British Prime Minister sympathetic to the Revolutionary cause ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Chattahoochee County Cusseta 1854 Muscogee and Marion Chattahoochee River, which forms the county's (and the state's) western border ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Chattooga County Summerville 1838 Walker and Floyd Chattooga River ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Cherokee County Canton 1831 Cherokee Cessation of 1831 Cherokee Nation, which controlled this part of the state autonomously until 1831 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Clarke County Athens 1801 Jackson Elijah Clarke, a Revolutionary War hero ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Clay County Fort Gaines 1854 Randolph and Early Henry Clay, Secretary of State, Speaker of the House of Representatives and US Senator from Kentucky ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Clayton County Jonesboro 1858 Fayette and Henry Augustin Smith Clayton, a local jurist and Congressman ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Clinch County Homerville 1850 Lowndes and Ware General Duncan Lamont Clinch, a hero of the War of 1812 and the Seminole War and US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Cobb County Marietta 1832 Cherokee Colonel Thomas Willis Cobb, a hero of the War of 1812 and US Congressman ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Coffee County Douglas 1854 Clinch, Irwin, Telfair and Ware General John E Coffee, a hero of the War of 1812 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Colquitt County Moultrie 1856 Thomas and Lowndes Walter Terry Colquitt, Methodist preacher and US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Columbia County Apling 1790 Richmond Christopher Columbus, explorer ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Cook County Adel 1918 Berrien General Philip Cook, Confederate general and secretary of state ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Coweta County Newnan 1826 Created on Creek lands ceded in 1825 in the treaty of Indian Springs and Creek Cessions of 1826 Coweta Tribe of the Creek Nation ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Crawford County Knoxville 1822 Houston William Harris Crawford, US Senator, minister to France and Secretary of the Treasury ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Crisp County Cordele 1905 Dooley Charles Frederick Crisp, speaker of the US House of Representatives ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Dade County Trenton 1837 Walker Major Francis L Dade, hero of the Seminole War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Dawson County Dawsonville 1857 Gilmer and Lumpkin William Crosby Dawson, US Senator and state legislator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Decatur County Bainbridge 1823 Early Commodore Stephen Decatur, a War of 1812 naval hero ADOPTABLE Mailing List
DeKalb County Decatur 1822 Henry, Gwinnett and Fayette "Baron" Johann DeKalb a German who accompanied the Marquis de Lafayette and was inspector general of the Colonial Army ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Dodge County Eastman 1870 Montgomery, Pulaski and Telfair William Earle Dodge, a New York temperance leader, businessman, and cofounder of Phelps, Dodge and Company, a mining and metals company ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Dooly County Vienna 1821 Creek Cessation of 1821 Colonel John Dooly, a hero of the American Revolution ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Dougherty County Albany 1853 Baker Charles Dougherty, a noted Athens judge ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Douglas County Douglasville 1870 Campbell and Carroll Stephen Arnold Douglas, an Illinois Democratic Congressman who ran against Abraham Lincoln in the United States presidential election, 1860 and lost ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Early County Blakely 1818 Creek Cessation of 1814 Peter Early, tenth governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Echols County Statenville 1858 Clinch and Lowndes General Robert M Echols, state legislator and hero of the Mexican-American War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Effingham County Springfield 1777 St Matthew and St Phillip Parishes Thomas Howard, Third Earl of Effingham, who was sympathetic to the independence movement ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Elbert County Elberton 1790 Wilkes Samuel Elbert a General in the Revolutionary War, who became the governor of Georgia in 1785 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Emanuel County Swainsboro 1808 Bulloch and Montgomery Colonel David Emanuel, who became governor of Georgia in 1801 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Evans County Claxton 1914 Bulloch and Tattnall General Clement Anselm Evans, hero of the Civil War and commander in chief of the United Confederate Veterans ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Fannin County Blue Ridge 1854 Gilmer and Union Colonel James Walker Fannin Jr, hero of the Texas Revolution. ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Fayette County Fayetteville 1821 Creek Cessation of 1821 Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, French hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Floyd County Rome 1832 Cherokee General John Floyd, Indian fighter and U.S. Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Forsyth County Cumming 1832 Cherokee John Forsyth, Secretary of State under President Martin Van Buren ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Franklin County Carnesville 1784 Cherokee and Creek Cessations of 1783 Benjamin Franklin, First US ambassador to France ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Fulton County Atlanta 1853 Campbell, Cobb, DeKalb and Milton Robert Fulton, engineer and inventor, or Hamilton Fulton, Chief Engineer of the State of Georgia in 1853 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Gilmer County Ellijay 1832 Cherokee George Rockingham Gilmer, 16th governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Glascock Gibson 1857 Warren General Thomas Glascock, hero of the War of 1812 and the Seminole War of 1817, and U.S. Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Glynn County Brunswick 1777 St David and St Patrick Parishes John Glynn, British Member of Parliament and Sergeant-at-law, who was sympathetic to the cause of American independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Gordon County Calhoun 1850 Cass and Floyd William Washington Gordon, first president of the Central of Georgia Railroad ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Grady County Cairo 1905 Decatur and Thomas Henry Woodfin Grady, famous orator and managing editor of the Atlanta Constitution ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Greene County Greensboro 1786 Washington General Nathanael Greene, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Gwinnett County Lawrenceville 1818 Cherokee Cessation of 1817 and Creek Cessation of 1818 Button Gwinnett, one of Georgia's delegates to the Continental Congress who signed the Declaration of Independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Habersham County Clarkesville 1818 Cherokee Cessations of 1817 and 1819 Colonel Joseph Habersham, hero of the Revolutionary War and Postmaster General in the Cabinet of George Washington ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Hall County Gainesville 1818 Cherokee Cessations of 1817 and 1819 Dr Lyman Hall, one of Georgia's delegates to the Continental Congress who signed the Declaration of Independence. He became governor of Georgia in 1783 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Hancock County Sparta 1793 Greene and Washington John Hancock, president of the Continental Congress and the first signer of the Declaration of Independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Haralson County Buchanan 1856 Carroll and Polk General Hugh Anderson Haralson, US Congressman ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Harris County Hamilton 1827 Muscogee and Troup Charles Harris, a prominent Savannah attorney ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Hart County Hartwell 1853 Elbert and Franklin Nancy Morgan Hart, heroine of the Revolutionary War. ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Heard County Franklin 1830 Carroll, Coweta and Troup Stephen Heard, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Henry County McDonough 1821 Creek Cessation of 1821 Patrick Henry, prominent lawyer, orator, and patriot ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Houston County Perry 1821 Creek Cessation of 1821 John Houstoun, member of the Continental Congress who became governor of Georgia in 1778   Mailing List
Irwin County Ocilla 1818 Creek Cessations of 1814 and 1818 Jared Irwin, governor who rescinded the Yazoo Act in 1796 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Jackson County Jefferson 1796 Franklin General James Jackson, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Jasper County Monticello 1807 Randolph Sergeant William Jasper, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Jeff Davis County Hazlehurst 1905 Appling and Coffee Jefferson Davis, first and only President of the Confederate States of America ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Jefferson County Louisville 1797 Burke and Washington Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Jenkins County Millen 1905 Bulloch, Burke, Emanuel and Screven Charles Jones Jenkins, governor of Georgia, who was the author of the famous Georgia Platform of 1850 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Johnson County Wrightsville 1858 Emanuel, Laurens and Washington Herschel Vespasian Johnson, US Senator and Georgia governor ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Jones County Gray 1807 Baldwin James Jones, US Congressman ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Lamar County Barnesville 1920 Monroe and Pike Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar, US Senator and justice of the US Supreme Court Peggy McSwain Mailing List
Lanier County Lakeland 1920 Berrien, Clinch and Lowndes Sidney Lanier, famous attorney, linguist, mathematician, and musician ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Laurens County Dublin 1807 Wilkinson Colonel John Laurens, aide to George Washington during the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Lee County Leesburg 1826 Creek Cessation of 1826 General Richard Henry Lee, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Liberty County Hinesville 1777 St Andrew, St James and St John Parishes Named in honor of the noted patriotism of the citizens of Midway in their support of the cause of colonial independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Lincoln County Lincolnton 1796 Wilkes General Benjamin Lincoln, hero of the Revolutionary War who was later assigned to the suppression of Shays' Rebellion ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Long County Ludowici 1920 Liberty Dr Crawford Williamson Long, in 1842 the first man to use diethyl ether as an anesthetic for surgery ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Lowndes County Valdosta 1825 Irwin William Jones Lowndes, a prominent figure in the affairs of South Carolina throughout the formative years of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Lumpkin County Dahlonega 1832 Cherokee, Habersham and Hall Wilson Lumpkin, governor of Georgia and US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Macon County Oglethorpe 1837 Houston and Marion General Nathaniel Macon, Speaker of the House of Representatives and US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Madison County Danielsville 1811 Clarke, Elbert, Franklin, Jackson and Oglethorpe James Madison, fourth President of the United States and chief drafter of the Constitution ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Marion County Buena Vista 1827 Lee and Muscogee General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox," hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
McDuffie County Thomson 1870 Columbia and Warren George McDuffie, famous orator and governor of South Carolina ADOPTABLE Mailing List
McIntosh County Darien 1793 Liberty General Lachlan McIntosh, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Meriwether County Greenville 1827 Troup General David Meriwether, a hero of the Revolutionary War and a US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Miller County Colquitt 1856 Baker and Early Andrew Jackson Miller, president of the Medical College of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Mitchell County Camilla 1857 Baker Gen Henry Mitchell, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Monroe County Forsyth 1821 Creek Cessation of 1821 James Monroe, fifth President of the United States and author of the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Montgomery County Mount Vernon 1793 Washington General Richard Montgomery, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Morgan County Madison 1807 Baldwin General Daniel Morgan, hero of the Revolutionary War and US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Murray County Chatsworth 1832 Cherokee Thomas W Murray, famous state legislator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Muscogee County Columbus 1826 Creek Cessation of 1826 Muskogee ethnic group, to which the Creek and Seminole Nations belong ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Newton County Covington 1821 Henry, Jasper and Walton Sergeant John Newton, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Oconee County Watkinsville 1875 Clarke Oconee River, which forms its eastern boundary ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Oglethorpe County Lexington 1793 Wilkes General James Edward Oglethorpe, the founder of the colony of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Paulding County Dallas 1832 Cherokee John Paulding, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Peach County Fort Valley 1924 Houston and Macon Its location in Central Georgia is one of the richest peach producing regions in the state Fran Smith Mailing List
Pickens County Jasper 1853 Cherokee and Gilmer General Andrew Pickens, hero of the Revolutionary War and US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Pierce County Blackshear 1857 Appling and Ware Franklin Pierce, fourteenth President of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Pike County Zebulon 1822 Monroe General Zebulon Pike, explorer and hero of the War of 1812 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Polk County Cedartown 1851 Floyd and Paulding James Knox Polk, eleventh President of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Pulaski County Hawkinsville 1808 Laurens Count Kazimierz Pulaski of Poland, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Putnam Eatonton 1807 Baldwin General Israel Putnam, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Quitman Georgetown 1858 Randolph and Stewart General John Anthony Quitman, hero of the Mexican-American War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Rabun Clayton 1819 Cherokee Cessation of 1819 William Rabun, governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Randolph County Cuthbert 1828 Lee John Randolph of Roanoke, US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Richmond County Augusta 1777 St Paul Parish Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmond, who was sympathetic to the cause of colonial independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Rockdale County Conyers 1870 Henry and Newton Rockdale Church, which was so named for the subterranean bed of granite that underlies this region of the state ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Schley County Ellaville 1857 Marion and Sumter William Schley, governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Screven County Sylvania 1793 Burke and Effingham General James Screven, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Seminole County Donalson 1920 Decatur and Early Seminole Nation ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Spalding County Griffin 1851 Fayette, Henry and Pike Thomas Spalding, US Representative; Georgia delegate to the Constitutional convention of 1798 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Stephens County Toccoa 1905 Franklin and Habersham Alexander Stephens, US Representative; governor of Georgia; first and only Vice President of the Confederate States of America ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Stewart County Lumpkin 1830 Randolph General Daniel Stewart, hero of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Sumter County Americus 1831 Lee General Thomas Sumter, the "Fighting Gamecock," hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Talbot County Talbotton 1827 Muscogee Matthew Talbot, served in the Georgia State Senate for 15 years, including two as Senate President; governor of Georgia for two weeks ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Taliaferro County Crawfordville 1825 Greene, Hancock, Oglethorpe, Warren and Wilkes Colonel Benjamin Taliaferro, US Representative and hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Tattnall County Reidsville 1801 Montgomery Josiah Tattnall, US Senator and governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Taylor County Butler 1852 Macon, Marion and Talbot Zachary Taylor, twelfth President of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Telfair County McRae 1807 Wilkinson Edward Telfair, second governor of Georgia after the establishment of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Terrell County Dawson 1856 Lee and Randolph Dr William Terrell, US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Thomas County Thomasville 1825 Decatur and Irwin General Jett Thomas, hero of the War of 1812 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Tift County Tifton 1905 Berrien, Irwin and Worth Colonel Nelson Tift, Confederate States Navy captain; US Representative ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Toombs County Lyons 1905 Emanuel, Montgomery and Tattnall General Robert Toombs, US Senator; Confederate States Secretary of State ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Towns County Hiawassee 1857 Rabun and Union George Washington Towns, governor of Georgia during the antebellum period ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Treutlen County Soperton 1917 Emanuel and Montgomery John A Treutlen, first elected governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Troup County Lagrange 1826 Creek Cessation of 1826 George M Troup, governor of Georgia and US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Turner County Ashburn 1905 Dooly, Irwin, Wilcox and Worth Captain Henry Gray Turner, US Representative and hero of the Civil War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Twiggs County Jeffersonville 1809 Wilkinson General John Twiggs, hero of the Revolutionary War, governor of Georgia ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Union County Blairsville 1832 Cherokee Federal Union ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Upson County Thomaston 1824 Crawford and Pike Stephen Upson, famous state legislator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Walker County Lafayett 1833 Murray Major Freeman Walker, US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Walton County Monroe 1818 Creek Cessation of 1818 George Walton, one of Georgia's delegates to the Continental Congress who signed the Declaration of Independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Ware County Waycross 1824 Appling Nicholas Ware, US Senator ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Warren County Warrenton 1793 Columbia, Hancock, Richmond and Wilkes General Joseph Warren, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Washington County Sandersville 1784 Creek Cessation of 1783 George Washington, first President of the United States ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Wayne County Jesup 1803 Creek Cessation of 1802 General Anthony Wayne; known as "Mad Anthony"; US Representatives; hero of the Revolutionary and Northwest Indian Wars ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Webster County Preston 1853 Stewart Daniel Webster (1782–1852), United States Secretary of State, supported Clay's Compromise of 1850 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Wheeler County Alamo 1912 Montgomery General Joseph Wheeler, US Representative; hero of the Civil War and the Spanish–American War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
White County Cleveland 1857 Habersham David T White or Colonel John White, hero of the Revolutionary War ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Whitfield County Dalton 1851 Murray George Whitefield, famous preacher who established Bethesda Orphanage near Savannah ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Wilcox County Abbeville 1857 Dooly, Irwin and Pulaski General Mark Wilcox, a famous soldier and legislator from Telfair County ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Wilkes County Washington 1777 Cherokee and Creek Cessations of 1773 John Wilkes, distinguished British Member of Parliament who sympathized with the cause of American independence ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Wilkinson County Irwinton 1803 Creek Cessations of 1802 and 1805 General James Wilkinson, hero of the Revolution and the War of 1812 ADOPTABLE Mailing List
Worth County Sylvester 1853 Dooly and Irwin General William J Worth, hero of the Mexican-American War ADOPTABLE Mailing List


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