Antony, William H. Gilstrap, Benjamin Green, Jesse P. Jones, James W. Jones, John M.
1840 Georgia Census of Pensioners
Burke County | New Georgia Encyclopedia
I have added many marriages from other resources making this. I alphabetized the names, and listed the Groom - Bride - Date Married - and listed information of notes if any. Marriage Announcement and Engagements may be listed as well. There maybe some mistakes, please do point them out to me to correct.
Burke County, Georgia
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