Oglethorpe County, Georgia

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Oglethorpe is a county in Georgia. It was formed in 1793 from the following county/ies: Wilkes. Oglethorpe began keeping birth records in , marriage records in 1795, and death records in . It began keeping land records in 1794, probate records in 1794, and court records in 1794. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 261, Lexington 30648 . On the attached map, Oglethorpe is located at C5.

For information about the state of Georgia see Georgia Family History Research.

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