Echols County, Ga 1860 Census

Welcome to Echols County, Georgia
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 Echols County was created in 1858 from Clinch and Lowndes Counties. 
The county was named in honor of Robert M. Echols.
Troublesome, where the county seat was located was later changed to Statenville in honor of James W. Staten.


The County Coordinator is Deborah Broxson

Table of  Contents
Addresses
Cemetery - Updated
May 7, 2007
Census
Churches
City/Towns
Family Group Sheets
Funeral Home Records
History
Links
Look Up Volunteers
Mail List
Maps
Marriages
Marriages - Sumitted by Individuals
Obits
Photos
Pioneers
Reunions
Sheriffs
Surnames
Veterans
WWI Draft Registration

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Neighboring Counties
Clinch Hamilton   Lanier
Lowndes
Suwannee
Queries and Message Boards
Cousin Connect
Rootsweb Message Board

USGenWeb Archives for Echols County

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