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Digital Library of Georgia

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“The Digital Library of Georgia is a GALILEO initiative based at the University of Georgia Libraries that collaborates with Georgia’s Libraries, archives, museums, and other institutions of education and culture to provide access to key information resources on Georgia history, culture, and life.”

The Digital Library of Georgia has many free databases helpful to genealogy and family history research. Databases include, but are not limited to:

 

GENEALOGY RECORDS/FAMILY DATABASES

  • Marriage Records from Microfilm “The collection contains marriage records dated from 1806 to 1920 from the following counties: Burke, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Franklin, Glynn, Greene, Hancock, Jackson, Jefferson, Montgomery, Oglethorpe, Richmond, Warren, and Wilkes.”

  • Morgan County Marriage Records “Searchable database of Morgan County, Georgia marriage records dating from the early 19th to the late 20th century; the database is searchable by the groom’s name, bride’s name, year, or exact date of marriage.”

  • McClatchey family papers, 1838-2005 “Correspondence and photographs documenting the genealogical history of the McClatchey family from 1838-2005, focusing primarily on Marvin McClatchey Jr. (1916-2002), son of Marvin McClatchey (1886-1939) and Juliet Neel McClatchey (1885-1960), and Sally Bruce Blackford McClatchey (1922-2015)”

  • Screven County Genealogy Search Engine  “Database providing genealogical information about people who resided in or were in some way related to the Screven County, Georgia area; the database is searchable by first and last name.”

  • Strother Family Genealogical Papers “Correspondence related to the genealogy of the Strother Family of Atlanta, Georgia.”

  • Carlisle Family Photographs, circa 1870-1960 “Photographs taken between 1870 and 1960 of four generations of the Carlisle family of Atlanta, Georgia and images depicting sporting events, summer camps, and a military parade.”

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