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Davis Cabin

About Heard County
(Location: 33.2996 N, 85.1292 W)

The area now known as Heard County was created in 1830 from the Counties of Carroll, Coweta and Troup.     Heard County takes its namesake from Governer Stephen Heard. The Cabin pictured here is known as the Davis Cabin, where the first Heard County government was formed. Many Heard County records are non-existant today due to courthouse fires in 1843 and 1894 which makes research in the county very difficult. All who have information in the form of Wills, Deeds, Grants, Bibles etc are encouraged to submit their information so it can be shared with everyone.

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   Heard County Historical Society P.O. Box 990 Franklin, GA. 30217.

   Map - of Heard County.

   Heard County - From the Chamber of Commerce

   Formation of Heard County - maps

   Historical Heard County - Atlas'

   National Register of Historic Places in Georgia

   Links to Heard Counties Families

   Links to towns within Heard County

   Military info. for Heard County

    Southeastern Genealogy Online

    Books We Own for Heard County

   Surrounding Counties:   Carroll, Coweta, Troup, and Randolph Co., AL.

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Heard County Lookups

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Jan Nance
(1860, 1870, 1880)
Jan Nance
(1900, 1910, 1920)
must provide page #, index not avail.
Jan Nance
Has books on local area
Kim Gay
Adamson Family InformationCarol A. Voiles

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