Vital Records
Birth, Death, Marriages


People of Lumpkin


1873 Frank Logan Asbury poses for a photograph in his cadet uniform.

He was a student at the North Georgia Agricultural College located in Dahlonega in Lumpkin County. This handmade uniform is said to have been one of the first two uniforms issued at the college.


Asbury, Rufus R

Company C 52d Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry

1895. Frank T. Hopkins who was a cadet at North Georgia Agricultural College, known since 1930 as North Georgia College
1860s-1880s. M. F. Stephenson, prominent citizen of the county.
Maj. James J Findley Company D 52d Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry
1880s-1900s. Benjamin Parks
Early 1900's, W. B. Townsend, prominent citizen, editor and owner of the Dahlonega Nugget; died in 1933, burried Mt. Hope
Doctor Homer Head, graduated from North Georgia Agricultural College (now North Georgia College) in the 1890s, and then practiced medicine in Dahlonega. For a while, he was the only doctor in the area.
1860s. Josiah Askew Woody in uniform. During the Civil War he served in Co. B, First Georgia Regulars
1860's, W. J. T. Hutcheson, a well-known miner of the region. He served as a sergeant in the Blue Ridge Rifles during the Civil War, Co. E, Infantry Battalion, Phillips' Legion, Georgia Volunteers.
1863. John Barnes, Wahoo district of Lumpkin. Killed in battle of Jonesboro
1870's, Nancy Cavendish Barnes, from the Wahoo district of Lumpkin County. She was the wife of John Barnes, who was killed in the Battle of Jonesboro, and a prominent figure in county history.
1917-1919. Miller Davis in World War I army uniform