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

This County is available for adoption.

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Randolph County is named after John Randolph.

Another Georgia county, Jasper County, was the original Randolph County; however, because of John Randolph's opposition to U.S. entry into the War of 1812, the Georgia General Assembly changed the name of Randolph County to Jasper County in an act of December 10th, 1812. Randolph County was named for John Randolph of Roanoke.. Eventually, Randolph's reputation was restored, and on December 20, 1828, the General Assembly created the current Randolph County

The county seat is Cuthbert, Georgia

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Towns and Villages

Wills/Legal Records 

Website Updates:

April 2014: Bio: GARNER - Transcribed by LA Bauer
March 2014: Known Newspapers of Randolph County
WW2 Army Honor Roll - Transcribed by Peggy Thompson
January 2014: Bio: DEAN - Transcribed b y LA Bauer
November 2013: Bio: CROZIER, CUTTS - Transcribed by LA Bauer
October 2013: Bio: CLARKE - Transcribed by LA Bauer
September 2013: Bio: WARD - Transcribed by Dena Whitesell
August 2013: Vietnam War Casualties
July 2013: Bio: BALDWIN - Transcribed by LA Bauer
June 2013: Bios: ALLISON, BEALL - Transcribed by LA Bauer
March 2013: Town Histories - Springvale, Shellman, and Bio for STEVENS - Transcribed by Kristen Bisanz
Jan 2013: Pensioners- Biographies-Engagement of  Miss Emmi Boyett Morris, to Mr. Frank Allison Sealey
April 2011 List of Cemeteries; Deaths 1919 - 1920; 1850 Mortality Schedule-1840
Sep 2009: 1876 Births;

Adjacent Counties
Stewart County, Georgia - north
Webster County, Georgia - northeast
Terrell County, Georgia - east
Calhoun County, Georgia - southeast
Clay County, Georgia - southwest
Quitman County, Georgia - west

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