Dougherty County, Georgia Death Index
From the Albany, Georgia Clerk of Court Records
This death index is derived from the Dougherty County Clerk of Court records. To see the full death certificate on any of these names,
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Type in an "8" to see the death records search. When you find the name you want, select the pickbox on the left side of the name and type in a "5" on the right side, then click ENTER on the screen.
Dougherty County, Georgia was created December 15, 1853 from Baker County as Georgia's 103rd county. Portions of Worth County were later added to Dougherty County in 1854 and 1856. The county was named for Charles Dougherty, an Athens judge who strongly favored states' rights in the mid-1800s. The county seat is Albany, which was incorporated on December 27, 1838 and was founded by Nelson Tift. Communities include: Acree, Pecan City, Pretoria, and Putney.
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