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:
Against Oblivion: A History of Calhoun county
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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
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|My name is Margie Daniels the host for Calhoun County Georgia.
Send your data and I will be glad to share it here.
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