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Welcome to Gwinnett County

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I am Tam Inman and I will be your host. My main focus is to add information to help others in researching their family history. The "Genealogy Family" has a strong bond and are the most helpful people I have ever known. Hopefully this site will give back to some of the many, many people that have given to me over the past ten years. Genealogy is truly my passion.

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The volunteers at Genealogy Trails History Group are dedicated to transcribing genealogical and historical data, and placing it online for free use for all researchers.

Any data we come across or donated is added to this site. We regret that we are unable to perform any personal research for you.

If you have data, transcriptions, family bibles or any other information you would like to contribute, please contact Tam


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

 

Cities and Towns

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.


Online Data

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Churches

County Records

Deaths By Years

Death Certificates Transcribed

History

Marriages

Military

Military Obituaries

News Article Groups

Newspaper Data

Obituaries & Death Notices

Registered Voters

Surnames

Viewers Research

Wills & Legal Records


Recent Updates

Date Updated Catagory Update
Jan 22, 2014 Military Obituaries John O Medlock
Jan. 22, 2014 News-Marriage Announcements Byrd, Williams, Fleming, Henson, Perry and Smith
Jan. 24, 2014 Viewers Research Paul Kemps research includes several marriages for the surnames Kemp, Johnson, Terry...
Jan. 25, 2014 Registered Voters

Alchenson, Abbett, Adair, Allen, Bennett

Feb. 15, 2014 Bios Roberts
Feb. 15, 2014 Obits Wall, Hooper
March 24, 2014 Obits Ivy, Long, Jacobs, Jackson
March 24, 2014 Bios Snell, Montgomery
March 24, 2014 Marriage News Cloud
May 19, 2014 Obituaries Howell, Hutchens, Petty & Peeples
May 19, 2014 Biographies Paschal, Pirkle & Norton
July 17, 2014 Marriages Wilbanks & Stapps
October 10, 2014 Obituaries Rev. M.D. Turner
November 12, 2014 Death Certificates Smith, Randolph, Downs, Dodd, Doss, Davis, Deaton, Duncan, Barrett, Bagwell, Cobb, Cain Cantrell & more!


Volunteering

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Data Submission

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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
Rockdale County, Georgia - south
Fulton County, Georgia - west


 

 

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