Georgia Genealogy Trails
"Where your Journey Begins"
Sheila D. Massie
CITIES AND TOWNS
DOOLY CO. GEORGIA HISTORY
Dooly County was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on May 15, 1821. It was one of the original land lot counties from land ceded from the Creek Nation. The entire county of Crisp and parts of Macon, Pulaski, Turner, Wilcox and Worth counties were formed from Dooly County's original borders. The County is named for Colonel John Dooly, a Georgia revolutionary war hero who helped prosecute Tories in 1779 and was murdered by them the following year.
The County seat is Vienna.
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Soldiers of Dooly
6/18/15-Added Information on
the Stovall Trial.
Also, link to
information on the
town of Vienna
2/5/15-Added 80 pages
to the 1870
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