|This page is part of
U. S. GENWEB and GEORGIA GENWEB, an all-volunteer effort
to make genealogy information accessible and free for everyone.
Meriwether County, Ga. Genealogical Resources
U.S. Census reports are available for Meriwether County from 1830 to 1920.
Wills and estate documents, as well as other genealogical information, are available from the Meriwether County Judge of Probate Court, P. O. Box 608, Greenville, GA 30222. 706-672-4952.
all other information, contact the Meriwether County Courthouse,
Post Office Box 428, Greenville, GA 30222. 706/672-1314.
Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce
91 Broad Street, Post Office Box 9, Warm Springs, GA 31830. 706-655-2558.
Vital Records (birth and death certificates (beginning 1919)
Georgia Vital Records Unit, Georgia Department of Human Resources, 2600 Skyland Drive, N. E., Atlanta, GA 30319-3640. 404-679-4701.
Meriwether Vindicator, P. O. Box 9, 3051 Roosevelt Hwy., Greenville, GA 30222, 706-846-3188.
P. O. Box 741, Greenville, GA 30222
2323 Gilbert Street, Greenville, GA 30222. 706-672-4004.
Pine Mountain/Manchester Library
218 W. Perry Road, Manchester, GA 31816. 706-846-3851.
5800 Jonesboro Road, Morrow, GA 30260. 678-364-3700
Meriwether Genealogy Pages
The Meriwether County genealogy page at MyFamily.com.
Write to one of them about joining.
Cari Spano also has a Meriwether genealogy
Phil Tidwell's web page at MyFamily.com also includes some
valuable Meriwether resources, including the 1910 county map. Write Phil about joining.
Jon F. Fuller
American History and Genealogy Project
Meriwether County page
in print about Meriwether County include:
Several volumes of 19th century marriage licenses
"Brooks of Honey and Butter," a two-volume set on prominent
Meriwether families and plantations
"Meriwether County, Ga. Cemeteries" by Priscilla Turner
A compilation of articles printed in the Meriwether Vindicator featuring
Historical Account of Meriwether County 1827-1974 by Regina P. Pinkston
The Heritage of Meriwether County Georgia 1827-2004
Join the circle of researchers who share information
through a Meriwether County Mailing List.
Send an email to
The message should include only one word: "subscribe."
copyright Vivian Price Saffold 2002-current