Morgan County Items For Sale

Patsy Harris has researched and written several books which will be very useful for Morgan County genealogists.

  • Three book set of Early Morgan County, Georgia Newspapers Morgan County newspapers and the surname and slave/owner indices are made from the abstracted articles of extant local newspapers.

  • Minutes of the Board of Commissioners, Madison, Georgia 1824 - 1853.

  • Records of Confederate Hospitals, Madison, Georgia - coming Summer, 2004

Order from: Bonnie P. Harris, 1801 Sugar Creek Trail, Buckhead, GA 30625. Check out her web page. Phone/fax (706) 342-1011. patsyharrisgeorgia@yahoo.com

1860 Morgan County Census Images - The donation of the 1860 Morgan County, Georgia, Census images for permanent, free display in the USGenWeb Archives was made possible through the generosity of Victor Hawk (vhhawk@wans.net) and the permission of S-K Publications . These census images are copyrighted by S-K Publications and are not to be republished or redistributed without their permission. The images are also available on CD (in a higher-quality format that was reduced when they were converted to .GIF files for the Web) from S-K Publications, PO Box 8173, Wichita KS 67208-0173. More information on these images can be found here.

Ann H. Auburg has abstracted and indexed Morgan County Deed Books A through C (3 Feb 1808 - 9 Jan 1812). All three deed books have been combined into a 137 page comb-bound book. The name index contains 4292 entries. She has a limited number and are priced $20.00 each. They may be ordered from: Ann H. Auburg, 3009 Moss Avenue, Midland, Texas 79705. Her telephone number is (915) 699-5703, and her e-mail address is: aauburg@apex2000.net.

VANLANDINGHAM GENEALOGY - VOLUME II

Volume II of the Vanlandingham family history is available. The book is large, 507 pages, 8-1/2 x 11, soft backing, similar to a very large telephone directory. There are photos, maps, descendant charts, copies of legal records and a complete index. The family has been uniquely fortunate in the preservation of their early records, and the book represents the combined efforts of a number of interested descendants. Information which has been used as a basis for membership in Daughters of the American Revolution is included. The number of books printed is limited, and additional copies probably will not be printed. The price, $35.00, includes postage and handling. Send check or money order to:
J. L. Vanlandingham
717 Woodrow Circle
New Braunfels, TX 78130