Lumpkin County Georgia Cemeteries

Lumpkin County Georgia Cemeteries

By: Ted O. Brooke and John Carver

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Those whose names are recorded in this book, who lie in the cemeteries of Lumpkin County, have lived in interesting times. They heard with their own ears that the Declaration was signed and they were soldiers in the American Revolution and the War of 1812; they were here during the gold rush days of the "twenty-niners", when the lands of northwest Georgia, including Lumpkin County, were take from the Cherokees and given out in the 1832 lottery, when the Cherokees were forced out on the Trail of Tears and when the Federal mint opened in Dahlongega, when sons and brothers and fathers went for soldiers to faraway places in the Creek Indian War, the War for Southern Independence, World Wars I & II, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq. The legacy of the Cherokee remains with us today in the names of Dahlonega, Nacoochee, Wahoo, Chestatee, and Etowah to remind Georgians that we were not the first settlers in Lumpkin County. 526 pages, full name index. Names include: Duckett, Findley, Jarrard, Mooney, Posten, Satterfield

Title: Lumpkin County Georgia Cemeteries

Author Name: Ted O. Brooke and John Carver

Categories: Georgia County History, Georgia Cemetery, Georgia Research, Georgia,


ISBN Number: 097174663X

ISBN Number 13: 9780971746633

Binding: Library

Book Condition: New

Type: Hardcover

lbs: 2.00 lbs

Seller ID: t61904

Keywords: Georgia, Lumpkin County, cemetery, cemetery records, Duckett, Findley, Jarrard, Mooney, Posten, Satterfield,