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Welcome to Gwinnett County, Georgia Genealogy Trails. Our goal is helping you find your ancestors by placing data online for the Free use of all researchers.  We are proud to expand into Georgia providing our "experience" gained from years of researching our ancestors and website hosting.  We want to hear about you and the history of your ancestors. We need help with contributions of your data, history and stories to make this a great site for research.  Everything is helpful: Obituaries, Biographies, Photos and County History, to name a few.

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Gwinnett County, Georgia - A Brief History


Gwinnett County was created on December 15, 1818 and was named after Button Gwinnett, the second signer of the Declaration of Independence and an English born American political leader who briefly served as Georgia's provisional president of Georgia in 1777.

The 50th county to be organized in Georgia, Gwinnett County was created from lands ceded to the state of Georgia by the Cherokee and Creek Indians and a portion of Jackson County.






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Website Updates


Date Updated Catagory Update
March 25, 2015 Bios McConnell, Williams & Jordan
April 13, 2015 News_Crime

Cheek, Miller, Connoly,Harris, Johnson, Parrish, Norman, Clarke, Goode, Prescott, Hancock, Van Nort & Merideth

April 13, 2015 Obits Cooper, Brownlee, Morgan, McElroy, McGee
June 22, 2015 Obits Brand
August 26, 2015 Obits Kelly, Herrington, Simpson

February 5, 2016

Marriages of the 1860's  
June 11, 2016 Obits Mackin & Parker
June 11, 2016 Census Lawrenceville Pages 1A 1B 2A
August 4, 2016 Census 1920 Lawrenceville Page 2B, 3A & 3B
August 4, 2016 Community News David & Luann Pruitt
August 4, 2016 Obits Alonzo Fields
December 10, 2016 Community News GWINNETT COUNTY WINS THE DISPUTE




Towns/Cities in Gwinnett County

Auburn -- Berkeley Lake -- Braselton -- Buford -- Centerville -- Dacula -- Duluth
Five Forks -- Grayson -- Harbins -- Hog Mountain -- Lawrenceville -- Lenora -- Lilburn
Loganville -- Mountain Park -- Norcross -- Peachtree Corners -- Rest Haven--
Sugar Hill

Pittman: a post-village of Gwinnett county, is a station on the main line of the Southern railway, about four miles southwest of Duluth.

Rosebud: a post-hamlet in the southwestern part of Gwinnett county, is not far from the Walton county line. The nearest rail­ road station is Loganville, five miles east.

Snellville : a village of Gwinnett county, is about seven miles south of Lawrenceville. It has a money order postoffice, with rural free delivery, some mercantile interests, and in 1900 reported a population of 147. Grayson, on the Loganville branch of the Seaboard Air Line, is the nearest railroad station.

Suwanee: a town in the northwestern part of Gwinnett county, is at the junction of the Lawrenceville and the Southern railroads, and in 1900 reported a population of 247. It has a money order postoffice, with rural free delivery routes emanating from it, express and telegraph service, important mercantile and shipping interests, schools, churches, etc.



Adjacent Counties  

Forsyth County, Georgia   -  north
Hall County, Georgia   -  northeast
Jackson County, Georgia   -  northeast
Barrow County, Georgia   -  east
Walton County, Georgia   -  southeast
Dekalb County, Georgia   -  southwest


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