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Crisp, Dade, Dawson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dodge, Dooly, Dougherty, Douglas and Early Counties.

Crisp County
Was formed in 1905 from Dooly County.
Cordele is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Crisp Co., GA

Crisp County, GA GAGenWeb

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Dade County
Was formed in 1837 from Walker County.
Trenton is the county seat.


Volunteers

Will do look-ups



Tombstone Transcription Project - Dade Co., GA

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Dawson County
Was formed in 1857 from Lumpkin and Gilmer Counties.
Dawsonville is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Dawson Co., GA

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Decatur County
Was formed in 1823 from Early County.
Bainbridge is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Decatur Co., GA

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DeKalb County
Was formed in 1822 from Henry, Fayette and Gwinnett Counties.
Decatur is the county seat.


Volunteers

DeKalb County Will do Look-ups Mary West



DeKalb Historical Society Cemetery Database

Tombstone Transcription Project - DeKalb Co., GA

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Dodge County
Was formed in 1870 from Montgomery, Pulaski and Telfair Counties
Eastman is the county seat.


Volunteers

Cemeteries of Dodge Co. GA Will do look-ups Barbara Shore



Tombstone Transcription Project - Dodge Co., GA

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Dooly County
Was formed in 1821 from Indian Lands ceded in 1821.
Vienna is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Dooly Co., GA

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Dougherty County
Was formed in 1852 from Baker County.
Albany is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Dougherty Co., GA

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Douglas County
Was formed in 1870 from Carroll and Campbell Counties.
Douglasville is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Douglas Co., GA

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Early County
Was formed in 1818 from Creek Indian Lands.
Blakely is the county seat.


Volunteers

    Will do look-ups    



Tombstone Transcription Project - Early Co., GA

Early County AHGP Cemeteries

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