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Friday, December 18, 2015

Savannah History #GA #History

Old cobblestone streets on River Street in Savannah.  These stones led to the river and wharf where the first settlers landed in 1733. One can imagine Oglethorpe walking up the steep bluff to the site of the city. The charm of this city is unending, with its shops along the pier, splendid old buildings and historical sites. The Chatham County Wills and Estates are still intact, surviving back to Button Gwinnett, the first will probated in the Colony!  In those days, while colonists built an economy, the energy and labor of their improvements are listed in the old wills.  In those days, the average size will and inventory of an estate is 50 pages or more!  Find your ancestor's estate on Georgia Pioneers

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