Milton County, Georgia

Milton County, Georgia

Milton County was formed in 1857 from parts of Cherokee, Forsyth and Cobb Counties. Portions of DeKalb and Gwinnett counties were annexed in 1859. The county seat was Alpharetta.
Milton County was a very poor county. There was only one paved road and no school buses. Fulton County wanted to expand and promised Milton County paved roads, school buses and a better school if they agreed to a merger. Roswell, which was never a part of Milton County, was also approached. In 1932 Milton County, along with the city of Roswell, became part of Fulton County.


Milton County Marriages
(Marriages prior to 1866 are missing)

Mason, Ellie married Williams, Hattie in 1929

Mason, J. H. married Waters(Wates), M. J. in 1895
(James H. I think is son of Merrill and Sarah: Martha J. Waters)

Mason, Annie married Lacy(Lacey), T. A. in 1905
(Daughter of Bluford and Phoebe)

Mason, Annie married Sweatman, John in 1918
(Daughter of Sylvie and ?William?)

Mason, Etta married Holcombe, Henry in 1918

Mason, Ida married Turley, D. P. in 1898
(Daughter of Bluford and Phoebe)

Mason, L. C. married Turley, J. A. in 1895
(Eliza C. daughter of Bluford and Phoebe; James A. Turley) 

Mason, Martha married Grimes, Henry in 1880