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Dougherty County, was established in 1852 from Baker County. The county seat is Albany.


1845-1852 (from Albany, Geogia, Newspaper Clippings, Volume 1: 1845-1852, extracted by Barbara Moss)

NOTICE
My wife, Sarah CUMBEST, having left my bed and board without any provocation whatever, I hereby fore warn all persons from trading with her, or entertaining her in any way whatever, as I am determined to enforce the law on any one that harbors her.

(Signed) James CUMBEST, Albany

Note: More than likely, this notice appeared before the existence of Dougherty County, when Albany was still part of Baker County.


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