Calhoun County Georgia
Greetings ya'll!  I am Margie Daniels, Calhoun County Georgia site manager.   I do not live in Calhoun County but do live in the South.  I do have a interest in Calhoun county since my family was from the county.  You guessed it.  I took the county to research my relatives.  What a great way to gather information.  I will gather the county data while I do my own research for my family. Best of both worlds.  Want to help?  I sure could use a lending hand.  Send your information to me and  I will add it to the county site.  Want to help others with look ups or queries?  Send me your information and what resources you have for helping and I will gladly add you to the list of volunteers.  God Bless 

Calhoun County was created on Feb. 20, 1854 by an act of the General Assembly (Ga. Laws 1853-54, p. 284). Created from Baker and Early counties, Calhoun County's original boundaries as specified in the act were:

Beginning at a point where the North and South parallel line between lots of land numbers 393 and 334, in the 4th district of Early County, intersects with the county line between Randolph and Early, and Randolph and Baker, and thence east on said line until it intersects with the most westwardly main run of the Chickassawhatchie Creek, and thence South on said run and creek (though not including Grimmett's causeway,) until the point where said creek intersects the east and west district line, dividing the third from the seventh district of Baker, and the fourth from the sixth district of Early, and thence westwardly on said line until it intersects with the main branch or run of Spring Creek, thence up said main run to the north and south line, dividing lots of land numbers 348 and 359, in the 4th district of Early, and thence north along said line until it intersects with said county line between Randolph and Early Historical Maps of Georgia site


Against Oblivion: A History of Calhoun county 
If anyone knows where to purchase this book please email me


Mail list

Historical Population Profile

Georgia Newspaper project

Dougherty, Early, Baker, Randolph, Clay



The county courthouse has burned down twice in Calhoun County, once in 1888 and again in 1920.

Morgan, the county seat, was named for General Daniel Morgan, a Revolutionary War figure.

Calhoun County Clerk
P.O. Box 226
Morgan, GA 31766
(229) 849-4835



Eubanks descendants contact margie@majorinternet.met



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