Wilkes County, Georgia - Bibliography

PRIMARY SOURCE ABSTRACTIONS

A 1790 Census for Wilkes County, Georgia Prepared from Tax Returns With Abstracts of the 1790 Tax Returns
by Frank Parker Hudson (01 June, 1988)

1840 Wilkes County Georgia Census Index
by Frances T Ingmire (1999)

"Ceded Lands" Records of St. Paul's Parish and Early Wilkes County, Georgia
by Alden Associates (1964)

Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Estates, Wilkes County
by Sarah Quinn Smith (reprint 1966)

Early Records of Georgia: Wilkes County, Vol I
by Grace Gillam Davidson (comp.) (1932) (1968)

Early Records of Georgia: Wilkes County, Vol II
by Grace Gillam Davidson (comp.) (1932) (1968)

Wilkes County (Georgia) cemeteries and a few from adjoining counties
by F.M. & Nell H. Newsome (1970)

Wilkes County, Georgia deed books A-VV, 1784-1806
by Michal Martin Farmer (1996)

Abstracts of Wills, 1790-1852, and Marriages, 1790-1832, of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Elizabeth Tidd Le Master (1959)

Wilkes County, Georgia land grants
by Mary Bondurant Warren (1995)

Original Land Grants (1783-1853) and Some Deeds (1785-1890) in the Collins District (G.M. 1616), Madison Co., Georgia (formerly a part of Elbert County and Wilkes County, Georgia)
by David H Robertson (1980)

Original Land Grants, Deeds, and Early History of Fork District, Madison County, Georgia (formerly a part of Elbert County and Wilkes County, Georgia)
by David H Robertson (1983)

The List of Deaths: [a complete alphabetical list of recorded deaths in and around Wilkes County, Georgia]
by John Burdette Smith (1994)

Wilkes County, Georgia Marriage Records, 1792-1832
by Frances Terry Ingmire (1985)

Wilkes County, Georgia Early Marriages, 1792-1832
by Robbie F. Sutlive (February, 1996)

Military Markers and Data: Cemeteries Located in Wilkes County, Georgia
by John J. Sheahan, Jr.

Veterans Without Military Markers: Years of Death, 1985-1994, Cemeteries Located in the Counties of Georgia: Richmond, Columbia, Mc Duffie, Lincoln, Wilkes; South Carolina: Aiken and Edgefield
by John J. Sheahan, Jr.

Tax List for the Year 1791, Wilkes County, Georgia
by Sarah Q Smith (1954)

Wilkes County, Georgia Tax Records, 1785-1805
by Frank Parker Hudson (1996)

Wilkes County, Georgia Will Index, 1777-1921: A testator index for researchers
by Ted O Brooke (1997)

The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1833
by Robert Scott Davis, Jr. (1979)

The Supplement to The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1889
by Robert Scott Davis, Jr. (1999)

PEOPLE, SURNAMES AND ALLIED FAMILIES

James and Richard AYCOCK: Their descendants, earliest settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Jane Everline Aycock (1985)

First and second additions and corrections to James and Richard AYCOCK, their descendants, earliest settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Jane Everline Aycock (1999)

The BURLESON family of Wilkes County Georgia at the close of the American Revolution
by William S Burleson (1983)

An Account of the John CALLAWAY Family and Home in Wilkes County, Georgia
by Brantly Mercer Callaway (1983)

The CALLAWAY, HINTON, and WOOTTEN Families of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Jim Hoffman (2002)

The CROOK Family: Descendents of Lewis and Susannah CROOK of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Thomas Heflin Compton (1988)

Jonathan DAVIS of Orange County, Virginia and Wilkes County, Georgia and Some of His Descendants
by Mildred Davis Davidson (1994)

The Hardin Creek HARPERs of Early Wilkes County, Georgia
by P. H Cook (1965)

HAYNIE Family of Northumberland County, Virginia.: Captain John HAYNIE (c. 1624- post 1894) to ... Lucy HAYNIE (1748-1812) of Ludenburg County, Virginia and Wilkes County, Georgia
by Clayton Torrence (1949)

The HILLs of Wilkes County, Georgia and allied families
by Lodowick Johnson Hill (1972)

The Life and Times of Judge Junius HILLYER
Bernard P. Wolff (1989)

Printer Lady [about Sarah HILLHOUSE]
by Frances Traxler Greiff

Index for The HILLs of Wilkes County, Georgia and allied families
by Mary Bondurant Warren (1988)

MEADOWS and NORMAN families of Taliaferro and Wilkes counties, Georgia
by Doris West Walker (1987)

Recollections of Alexander H. STEPHENS
by the Hon. Alexander H. Stephens (1865) (1910 ed. by Myrta Lockett Avary)

THORNTON Trails
by Betty Sue Bunch and Linda Wheatley

George WILLIS, 1754-1827: King William County, Virginia and Wilkes County, Georgia
by Catherine Heard Robertson (1974)

GENERAL HISTORY

Chronicles of Wilkes County, Georgia: From Washington's Newspapers 1889-1898
by Mary Bondurant Warren (1978)

Gilmer's Georgians, Sketches of Some of the First Settlers of Upper Georgia, of the Cherokees and the Author
by Gov. George Gilmer (1855)

The History of Wilkes County, Georgia: From the Beginnings to 1860
by Robert M. Willingham (June, 1985)

The History of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Robert Marion Willingham (2002)

Masterful Women: Slaveholding Widows from the American Revolution Through the Civil War
by Kirsten E. Wood (01 June, 2004)

No Jubilee: The Story of Confederate Wilkes
by Robert M. Willingham (1976)

The Story of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Eliza A Bowen (1950)

The Story of Wilkes County, Georgia: Edited, Annotated and Indexed, with an Introduction by Louise Frederick Hays
by Eliza A. Bowen and Louise Frederick Hays (01 October, 1997)

Vanishing Sites of Old Wilkes
by J. Russell Slaton (1996)

War Time Journal of a Georgia Girl
by Eliza F. Andrews (1908)

We Have This Heritage: The History of Wilkes County, Georgia, Beginnings to 1860
by Robert Marion Willingham (1969)

ACADEMIC PAPERS

Agrarian Arcadia: Anglo-Virginian planters of Wilkes County, Georgia in the 1850s
by Charles Danforth Saggus (1996)

From Bobby Brown to Elijah Clark: An intensive cultural resources survey of an 8,250-acre Timber Harvest Area, Thurmond Lake, Elbert, Lincoln, and Wilkes Counties, Georgia
by C. Andrew Buchner (1997)

Social and Economic History of Danburg, Georgia
by Charles Saggus (1951)

CHURCH

History of Beaverdam Baptist Church, Wilkes County, Georgia: On the occasion of its sesquicentennial year
by Elizabeth Lunsford Granade (1986)

Phillip's Mill Baptist Church minutes, Wilkes County Georgia, 1785-1850 (LCDA&H)
by Jimmie Tucker Franklin (1995)

Appointed to Tell: A Chronicle of Springfield Baptist Church Washington-Wilkes County, Georgia orgainized in 1868
by Cecelia Gartrell Evans (2000)

Appointed to Tell More: A Chronicle of Springfield Baptist Church organized 1868 and Rev. Lewis Williams 1821-1906 of Washington-Wilkes County, Georgia
by Cecelia Gartrell Evans (2001)

A History of Tabor Baptist Church, Wilkes County, Georgia
by Al Wright (1974)

MILITARY HISTORY

Burnside's Bridge: The Climactic Struggle of the 2nd and 20th Georgia at Antietam Creek
by Phillip Thomas Tucker (01 February, 2000)

To Gettysburg and Beyond: The Parallel Lives of Joshua Lawrence CHAMBERLAIN [of Maine] and (Gen.) Edward Porter ALEXANDER [of Wilkes County, GA]
by Michael Golay (01 September, 2000)

Kettle Creek Battle and Battlefield: A Commemoration Booklet on the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Kettle Creek, Wilkes County, Georgia
by Robert Scott Davis (1978)

Kettle Creek: The Battle of the Cane Brakes, Wilkes County, Georgia
by Robert Scott Davis (1975)

Military Markers and Data: Cemeteries Located in Wilkes County, Georgia
by John J. Sheahan, Jr.

Veterans Without Military Markers: Years of Death, 1985-1994, Cemeteries Located in the Counties of Georgia: Richmond, Columbia, Mc Duffie, Lincoln, Wilkes; South Carolina: Aiken and Edgefield
by John J. Sheahan, Jr.

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