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Quitman County was established in 1858 from Randolph and Stewart Counties. The county seat is Georgetown.


1860 Quitman Co, GA Census

(2nd filming, Quitman Co., GA, provided by Keith Marshall)

FHL #0803134

p. 477 Line 15

28/28,
Nancy B. SMITH, age 48, head, $1,000 $1,200
Henry COMBS, 19 GA
Eleazer SMITH, 17
Sarah SMITH, 12
Samuel SMITH, 11
William SMITH, 8
Mary SMITH, 5
Curtis LOWE, 21, "teacher of school" ("married within the year")
Martha LOWE, 19 ("married within the year")


Civil War (Muster Roll for Co. F, 61st GA Infantry Regiment, provided by Keith Marshall)

Henry T. COMBS enlisted 15 Aug 1861*, killed at Cold Harbor 27 Jun 1862*.

KM Notes: Actually my research shows Henry T. COMBS enlisted in September 1861 near Savannah, a long way from Quitman County, and died in a Richmond hospital in 1863 after being wounded at Cold Harbor . Most of these boys were in their first battle, and their regiment suffered horrific casualties.


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