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Georgia -- Superior Court (Camden County)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Camden County, Georgia, records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-001
Scope and Contents Records from Camden County (Ga.) departments including, courts (Superior, Inferior, Ordinary, Probate, Justice, and City Courts), Tax assessor, Sheriff, Education, and Elections. Types of records in this collection include, tax digests (improved and wild), civil and criminal records, court minutes, interrogatories, judgments, dockets, deed indexes (including transactions involving slavery), land grants, plat drawings, and property indentures, estates (wills, guardianships,...
Dates: 1777-1989

Register for Posting Lands, Book No. 1, 1927-1962

Identifier: RG1-01-473
Scope and Contents This volume contains the notices (with land descriptions) of Posted Land in Camden County, Ga. Posted land was considered off-limits for hunting, fishing, and trapping without seeking direct permission from the land owner.When this record was created, Georgia State law required land owners who refused to allow hunting, fishing, and or trapping on their lands were to post notices along the perimiter of their lands. Land owners were also required to register their land by...
Dates: 1927-1962

Registered Voters, 1912

Identifier: RG1-01-555NI
Scope and Contents

This record lists of names of residents of the county that have taken the voter's oaths. Information presented includes (1) number of the Georgia Militia District in which the voter lives, (2) signature of the voter, (3) age of voter when registering, (4) racial composition, (5) residence (not filled in), (6) and occupation

Dates: 1912

Ted Stemple collection

 Collection — Box 25 (originally, Orange Hall records bx)
Identifier: MC-023
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of oaths of allegiance, oath of faith, superior court records, petitions for citizenship and other issues. The donor, Ted Stemple, found these court documents when he was a young boy. They had been abandoned in the basement of the old courthouse in Saint Marys, Georgia. As noted in his donation letter, he made it a point to grab documents that appeared to be older.

Dates: 1789-1898