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Clay , Clayton , Clinch , Cobb , Coffee , Colquitt , Columbia , Cook , Coweta and Crawford Counties.

Clay County
Was formed in 1854 from Early and Randolph Counties.
Fort Gaines is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



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Clayton County
Was formed in 1858 from Fayette and Henry Counties.
Jonesboro is the county seat.


Volunteers

Clayton Co Cemetery Book Will do Book look-ups Judy Webb



Tombstone Transcription Project - Clayton Co., GA

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Clinch County
Was formed in 1850 from Ware and Lowndes Counties.
Homerville is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



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Cobb County
Was formed in 1832 from Original Cherokee County.
Marietta is the county seat.


Volunteers

Cobb Co Cemetery Book,
Vol I, II & III
Will do look-ups Edie Brand
Cobb Co Cemetery Book, Vol I & II Will do Book look-ups Linda Murray
Limited Cobb Co Cemeteries Will do look-ups Vicki Friedman



Tombstone Transcription Project - Cobb Co., GA

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Coffee County
Was formed in 1854 from Clinch, Irwin, Ware and Telfair Counties.
Douglas is the county seat.


Volunteers

Coffee County (Cemetery Book reprint 1989) Will do look-ups Joel E. Hewitt



Tombstone Transcription Project - Coffee Co., GA

Coffee County Cemetery Surveys

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Colquitt County
Was formed in 1856 from Lowndes and Thomas Counties.
Moultrie is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



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Columbia County
Was formed in 1790 from Richmond County.
Appling is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Columbia Co., GA

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Cook County
Was formed in 1918 from Berrien.
Adel is the county seat.


Volunteers

Cemetery Book Will do look-ups B J Ray
A Survey of Cemeteries Cook County, Georgia Will do Book look-ups Joyce Feazell



Tombstone Transcription Project - Cook Co., GA

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Coweta County
Was formed in 1825 from Indian Lands ceded in 1826 & 1827.
Newnan is the county seat.


Volunteers

Coweta Co. Cemeteries Will do Book look-ups Al Franklin
Coweta Co. Cemeteries Will do Book look-ups Colleen Sims



Elder-Linch Cemetery

White Oak ARP Church Cemetery ( Old Smyrna )

Tench Cemetery

Tombstone Transcription Project - Coweta Co., GA

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Crawford County
Was formed in 1822 from Houston County.
Knoxville is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Crawford Co., GA

Crawford County AHGP Cemeteries

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