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        Formed in 1832 from Cherokee County, which had been formed from the Cherokee Nation East only a year before.  Lying in the gold belt, all the lots in Forsyth County were 40 acre lots.  Forsyth consisted of Districts 1, 2, 3 and 14 of the First Section of Cherokee County.   It was named for John Forsyth.  The County Seat is Cumming.  In 1856 Milton County was created from part of Forsyth County.   


Sister pages.
 Forsyth County Georgia History
 Historical Society of Forsyth County, Inc.

If you don't read the whole page, refresh or reload often or
click on underlined items, you are missing a lot of the information.

Forsyth County Records Online


Cemeteries, Churches and Obituaries


  Marriages The First 100 years

 Forsyth County Surnames   Family Pages and Family Links

Articles, Newspaper Abstractions, Photos    

Forsyth Co. has it's own

Learn about it
by clicking here.


Be sure and check the calendar.
Click on the picture to go.
When you add an event to the
calendar, write down the password
you use so you can edit it if necessary.

Genconnect Boards
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How to write a Successful Query

Surname Helper at GenConnect Surname Helper to search  

Post your questions!!

Archived Queries  

Share Your Records and Check those shared.

Wills and Probates


Bible Records

Deeds and other Land Records

Military Records and Pensions

Family sheets and biographies

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Send your ideas and material to Donna Parrish


Neighboring Counties:    Hall,  Milton,  Fulton,  Dawson, Lumpkin, Cherokee, Gwinnett

North Georgia Resources: Resource Page    NW Ga History

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