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Blood Kin:

Pioneer Chronicles of Upper Georgia Centered Forsyth County, Georgia


This book is divided into three parts, with part two documenting 49 chapters of family histories. Part one, the pioneer period, features chapters on the public ferries of the upper Chattahoochee River in Forsyth and Cobb counties, and profiles of the surviving soldiers of the Seminole War in 1836. Extensive appendices include Deed Book A of originalCherokee County (1832), a history of judicial circuits of Forsyth County (1832-1998), entries from a merchant's day book (1836) from the old Orrsville store on the Chattahoochee, and more than one hundred obituaries (1923-1929). Includes a 73-page all-name index.










Publish Date: 1999 * No Longer in Print *
Number of Pages: 705
Details: Laminated Hardcase, 73-page all-name index, illustrated with photos

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Volume 7 Upon Our Ruins
Upon Our Ruins [Vol. 7]


Volume 1 Pioneer History
Pioneer History [Vol. 1]


Volume 2 Cherokee Planters
Cherokee Planters [Vol. 2]


Volume 3 Unhallowed Intrusion
Unhallowed Intrusion [Vol. 3]


Volume 4 Crimson and Sabres
Crimson and Sabres [Vol. 4]


Volume 5 Blood Kin
Blood Kin [Vol. 5]


Volume 6 The Cottonpatch Chronicles
The Cottonpatch Chronicles [Vol. 6]

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