Georgia Passports

PASSPORTS ISSUED BY GOVERNORS OF GEORGIA 1785 TO 1809 AND FROM 1810 TO 1820


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Page 263 - Thursday 1st October 1801
ORDERED
    That passports through the Creek Nation to the settlements on the Tom of
Don Bigby river, be prepared for the persons and all their families Lewis
McClain, John Burney, Micajah Wall, and John Young, and also for the
following persons without their families - Majr. John Powers, Benjamin
Pierce, Stephen Gatland, Edward Gatland, and James Gatland - and for Thomas
Harris and Benjamin Edwards - which were presented and signed

Page 398 - Monday 3rd April 1809
    On the recommendation of several respectable inhabitants of this state
and South Carolina
ORDERED
    That Passports through the Creek Nation be prepared as after mentioned,
to wit, One for Jesse Parker and his family - One for William Pearce , One
for Peter and William Roberts and one for John Tison - which were presented
and signed

Page 501 - Monday 16th October 1809
    On recommendation
ORDERED
    That passports through the creek nation be prepared as after mentioned -
to wit - one for Michael Mathews, one for William Moore, and one for Thomas
Pearce - which were presented and signed

Page 28 - Saturday 9th December 1809
    On application
ORDERED
    That passports be prepared for the following persons to travel thro the
Creek Nations of Indians, to wit - one for John Gayle, one for Mathew Gayle,
one for Nathan Shackleford - one for James Young, and one, for William
Pearce - which were presented and signed

Page 74 - Thurs. 8th February 1810
    On application
ORDERED
    That a passport be prepared for Bryant Sheffield to travel through the
Creek Nation of Indians - which was presented and signed

Page 101 - Sat. 31st March 1810
    On application
ORDERED
    That passports be prepared for the following persons to travel through
the Creek Nation of Indians, to wit, one for Moses Brown and Daniel Brown,
the former with his mother-in-law, four children and five negroes from the
County of Liberty in this state - one for John Adams and Mallichi Coward,
the former with his wife, four children and three negroes, from Barnwell
District, South Carolina - one for William Burt, Mathew Lard and Mathew
McCravy, the former with his wife, three children and four negroes, and the
latter with his wife and one child all from Barnwell District, South
Carolina, and one for George W.S. Pearre [sic] from the County of Columbia
in this State - which were presented and signed

Page 124 - Wednesday 3d July 1811
    On application
ORDERED
    That a passport be prepared for Messrs. Thomas F. Lovett, Joshua Pearce
and Archibald Mills, the two first from the County of Scriven, and the
latter from the County of Burke in this State, to travel through the Creek
Nation of Indians - Which was presented and signed

2nd November 1797
    Patrick Brown, John Wheat, Kinchill Sheffield, Sampson Mounger, his wife
and four children, exhibited passes to pass thro' the Creek Nation, signed
Com. Freeman and countersigned by Edward Price
    ------------------------------------------------------------218

7th September 1801
    William and John Pierce of Washington County, Mississippi Territory, on
their way to Savannah. ---------------------------------------340



Page 62 - Friday 19th January 1810
On application
ORDERED
That passports be prepared for the following persons to travel through the
Creek Nation of Indians, to wit - One for Thomas Melville, Isaac Harrell and
Samuel Warren with their families and one for John McKennon - which were
presented and signed.


 

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