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 Camden County, Georgia   
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Hello and welcome to the Genealogy Trails website for Camden County, Georgia.

This County is available for adoption.
Our goal at Genealogy Trails is to help you track your ancestors through time and place by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.

This is a continuation of our original, Illinois Genealogy Trails History and Genealogy Project and we are excited about this opportunity to expand into other states. We welcome your feedback and comments, and of course, your data contributions. If you have data that you would like to have posted on this website, please contact us.

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Camden County was one of the original counties of Georgia (the second county), created February 5, 1777 and was named after Charles Pratt, Earl of Camden. Pratt was an outspoken proponent of home rule for the colonies when he was the Lord Chancellor of England.

The county seat is Woodbine, Georgia

Cumberland Island is the site of the ruins of Dungeness, the mansion of the family of Andrew Carnegie, built in the 1880s.


Cities and towns
Kings Bay Base
Kingsland
St. Marys
Woodbine




Online Data

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Church Histories/Records

County Records

Court Records

Deaths

Family Bibles

History

Marriages

Military

Newspaper Data

Obituaries

Surnames

Wills/Legal Records 

Updates:
Marriages 1831-1880
Slave Affidavits


Adjacent Counties

Glynn County (north)
Nassau County, Florida (south)
Charlton County (southwest)
Brantley County (northwest)


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