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County was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on
February 9, 1854 from portions of Clinch, Irwin, Telfair, and Ware
These lands were originally ceded by the Creek in the Treaty
of Fort Jackson in (1814) and the Treaty of the Creek Agency (1818)
apportioned to the above Counties before becoming Coffee County.
Berrien (1856), Jeff Davis (1905), and Atkinson (1917) Counties were
subsequently formed from sections of Coffee's original borders.
The County is named for General John E. Coffee, an officer in the War
of 1812, a state legislator, and a U. S. representative.
The county seat is Douglas, Georgia
Cities and Towns
Broxton -- Bushnell -- Douglas -- Lax
Mora -- Nicholls -- Pridgen -- Upton -- West Green
of Cemeteries; Roxie Mae Cemetery Burials; Satlila
Memorial Gardens Cemetery burials, Smith/Holland Cemetery burials, St.
Illa Bap Cemetery Burials; Spikes Cemetery burials; Wilsonville
Cemetery, Wayfare Cemetery; Tanner Cemetery burials; DAVIS Cemetery,
BROXTON Cemetery, MOORE Cemetery, SAND HILL Cemetery, SALEM Cemetery
burials Dec 2009: Lovette bio Jan 2010: Deaths 1919 to 1925; Aug
2011 Coffee County, Georgia Marriages 1855 to 1880 -Mortality census-
Obits for Coffee County, Obits for Mr. Tyner Corbitt, J. F. Barnes,
Spurgeon Meeks, Tommie Paulk, Ruth Raleigh, Stanislaw Kazimerczah,
Telfair County, Georgia - north
Jeff Davis County, Georgia - northeast
Bacon County, Georgia - east
Ware County, Georgia - southeast
Atkinson County, Georgia - south
Berrien County, Georgia - southwest
Irwin County, Georgia - west
Ben Hill County, Georgia - west
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