Telfair County, Georgia

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Telfair is a county in Georgia. It was formed in 1807 from the following county/ies: Wilkinson. Telfair began keeping birth records in , marriage records in 1810, and death records in . Marriage licenses were required beginning in 1805. It began keeping land records in 1809, probate records in 1831, and court records in 1810. For more information, contact the county at 713 Telfair Ave., McRae 31055. On the attached map, Telfair is located at G5.

Some early records were lost when the courthouse burned in .

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

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