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Crawford County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,630. The county seat is Knoxville. Crawford County is included in the Macon, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Contents. [hide ]. 1 History; 2 Geography. 2.1 Major highways; 2.2 Adjacent counties. 3 Demographics.


Crawford County was created in 1822 from part of Houston County and was named in honor of U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Treasury William H. Crawford. In 1823, the Georgia State Legislature designated Knoxville as the county seat, and a courthouse square was laid out. The legislation made " permanent the site of ...


Crawford County, created in 1822 from part of Houston County and later enlarged by additions from Macon and Talbot counties, honors William H. Crawford, the Georgian who served as U.S. secretary of the treasury that same year. Crawford also worked as a jurist and a diplomat. Knoxville commemorates General Henry ...


Crawford County Tax Assessors Office Chief Appraiser D'Lyn Jones Phone: 478- 836-2800. Fax: 478-836-2229 d.jones@crawfordcountyga.org P O Box 1054. Roberta, GA 31078 ------- Board of Assessors Ken King - Chairman Jo Ann Dugger - Assessor Virgil Hamlin - Assessor ...


Feb 6, 2018 ... 1.1 Crawford County, Georgia Record Dates. 2 County Courthouse; 3 History. 3.1 Parent County; 3.2 Boundary Changes; 3.3 Variant Spellings; 3.4 Record Loss. 4 Places/Localities. 4.1 Populated Places; 4.2 Neighboring Counties. 5 Genealogy Resources. 5.1 Research Guides; 5.2 African Americans ...


Crawford County, Georgia, United States, maps, List of Towns and Cities, Street View, Geographic.org.


Jan 20, 2006 ... Crawford County, in west central Georgia, is Georgia's fifty-seventh county. The 325-square-mile county was created on December 9, 1822, from Houston County , which had been formed from land given up.


Georgia USGenWeb Archives Project Created 1822 from Houston County. map. Click Here to Search the Georgia USGenWeb Archives. Table of Contents. Bible Records · Biographies · Cemetery Records · Census Records · Church Records · Court Records Admins, Estates, Guardians, Etc. Deeds/Land · History.


The downtown area has a large and well-used riverfront park, and the city has more entries on the National Register of Historic Places than any other city in Georgia. The area has a richer cultural and art presence than many others of its type. The Georgia Music Hall of Fame highlights state music achievements, and the city ...