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

This County is available for adoption.

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The county seat is Darien
McIntosh County was split off from Liberty County in 1793. The new county was named McIntosh for its most famous family, which included Lachlan McIntosh, who was a general in the Continental Army. The McIntosh clan in Darien dates back to 1736


Cities and towns

Darien
Eulonia
Sapelo Island




Online Data

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Church Histories/Records

County Records

Court Records

Deaths

History

Marriages

Military

Newspaper Data

Obituaries

School Data

Villages

Wills/Legal Records 

Website Updates:

March 2014: List of Known Newspapers of McIntosh County
January 2014: Bio: DeLORME - Transcribed by L A Bauer
October 2013: List of Schools
August 2013: Vietnam War Casualties; Bio: BARCLAY - transcribed by LA Bauer
June 2013: WW2 Honor List for Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Force - transcribed  by Peggy Thompson
March 2013: Towns : Theo, Ridgeville, Valona, South Newport River - Transcribed by Kristen Bisanz
Oct 2009: Bio GOULDING
Sep 2009: St. Cyprians Episcopal Church Records; List of Cemeteries; List of Deaths 1919 to 1925; List of Marriages; Villages, 1840 Pensioners


Adjacent Counties
Liberty County (north)
Glynn County (south)
Wayne County (west)
Long County (northwest)


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