Washington County, Georgia History & Biographies
Washington County, Georgia was created on February 25, 1784. The county seat is Sandersville, Georgia. Washington County was named for General George Washington prior to him becoming President and is the only county in the U.S. to be named for him as a General. The biographical sketches were submitted by the families themselves.
“Stephen B. Mills, physician, Dwight, Washington Co., GA, son of Stephen and Mary (Gladin) Mills, was born in Washington county November 24, 1829. His grandfather, John Mills, migrated from North Carolina to Georgia when a young man, and settled in Washington county. ...etc...
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