Pike County, Georgia African-American Records
I am looking for primary or secondary records for African-American persons who lived in Pike County, Georgia. I am especially interested in the pre-1870 period, as research for this period is extremely difficult. If you have Pike County estate records, wills, or other documents where slaves or freedmen are named, consider posting them here to aid African-Americans in their family research.
AFRICAN-AMERICAN LINKS AND RESOURCES
- Pike County Estate Inventories Listing Slaves by Gene McGrady (digital images linked). Allow adequate time for the images to open.
- Slaves Mentioned in Pike County Wills by William Russell for GAArchives
- List of Joseph T. Fincher's farm laborers and neighbors who helped raise his gin house.
- Fincher Papers - Dawson slaves by Linda Fincher Wood
- Fincher Papers - King slaves by Linda Fincher Wood
- Fincher Papers - Slave Named Samuel by Linda Fincher Wood
- Pike County African Americans That Served in World War I by Regina Moore
- Pike County African Americans That Served in World War II by Regina Moore
- Pike County Marriage Records Post-Civil War
- KING & HOLT Family by Regina Moore
- Photo of Ben in Molena in 1920's - Please help identify
- Georgia's Slave Population in Legal Records: Where and How to Look by David E. Paterson
- African-American Historical & Genealogical Resources
- Slave Info Mailing List
- Cyndi's List of African-American Sites
- Names from Georgia, 1865-1866: Freedmens Bureau, letters, roll 13, Littleton, CO, 4672 South, Fountain Circle 80127, F.C. Rathburn, 1986.
- African-American Gateway
- African-American Cemeteries Online
- Shade Richards of Pike & Spalding Counties, Slave Narative by WPA
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Pike County, Georgia Coordinator: Barbara Smallwood Stock, CG
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