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This County is available for adoption.

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The county seat is Dallas, Georgia

Paulding County was created from Cherokee County by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 3, 1832. In 1851, a portion of Paulding County was used to help create Polk County. Other portions of Paulding County were annexed to neighboring counties (Campbell, Carroll, Cobb, Douglas, Haralson, and Polk) between 1832 and 1874. Between 1850 and 1874, Paulding County was expanded through annexation of parts of Carroll, Cobb, Douglas, and Polk counties

The County is named after John Paulding (October 16, 1758 – February 18, 1818), who was famous for the capture of the British spy Major John André in 1780 during the American Revolution. André was on a mission carrying secret papers from Benedict Arnold when he was captured.


Cities and towns

Braswell -- Dallas -- Hiram

Online Data

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Church Histories/Records

County Records

Court Records

Deaths

Family Bibles

History

Marriages

Military

Newspaper Data

Obituaries

School Data

Wills/Legal Records 

Website Updates:

March 2014: Known Newspapers of Paulding County
October 2013: List of Schools
August 2013: Vietnam War Casualties; List of Cemeteries,
June 2013: WW2 Honor List for Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Force - transcribed  by Peggy Thompson
May 2013: Obit for CARTER - Transcribed by Kim Mohler
March 2013: Van Wert, Sweetwater Creek - Transcribed by Kristen Bisanz
Jan 2013: Deaths for 1919-1925, Biographies, 1850 Mortality, History, Obits, Marriages 1865 to 1870
 

Adjacent Counties
Bartow County, Georgia - north
Cobb County, Georgia - east
Douglas County, Georgia - southeast
Carroll County, Georgia - south
Haralson County, Georgia - southwest
Polk County, Georgia - west


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