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                           Worth County, Georgia

Worth County, named for Major General William J. Worth,
who served during the Mexican War
was created December 20, 1853 from Dooly
and Irwin Counties.

Towns and Communities:
Poulan, Sumner, Sylvester* and Warwick

Historic Community: Pindartown
Location of only post office in that section of Georgia
for many years.

*Until 1894, Sylvester was known as Isabella Station, when the name
was changed to honor a local family

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