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Wilkinson County, was established in 1803 from Creek Cession. Land was taken to form Twiggs County in 1809. The county seat is Irwinton.


1860 Wilkinson Co, GA Census

(transcribed by S. C. Hefner)

Bloodworth District

p. 885

173-175 John COMBS 35 M Farm Laborer GA
Lydia 35 F GA
Nancy All(?) 8 F GA
Wm. ? 7 M GA
Janey F. 5 M[sic] GA
Martha P. 3 F GA
Loui P. 9/12 F GA


1864 Muster roll of Co. B. 14th, Regt. Georgia Volunteer Infantry Army of North Virginia, C.S.A.
Wilkinson Co., GA.; Ramah Guards; extracted by Ann Moss)

Henry CUMBEST, killed Spotsylvania, Va. 1864. From Baldwin Co.


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