Welcome to the Coweta County Genealogical Society

The Coweta County Genealogical and Historical Research Library is located in Newnan, Georgia at:

8 Carmichael Street Newnan, Georgia

     Our hours of operation are Wednesday – Saturday, from 10 am to 4 pm.  

If you are involved in family or historical research in Coweta County and surrounding areas (Heard for example was once part of Coweta). Let us know how we can help you, our support staff personnel are knowledgeable of events and vanishing locations.


Public meetings are held on the third Saturday of March, June, September, and December beginning at 1:30 pm at our research library in Newnan, Ga.  We are working to improve the quantity and quality of information found here. Please leave us your comments on our Guest Register!  This will take you to our “Contact Us” link above; here you can send us an email or get a phone number for an active volunteer. For the latest news and updates of the Coweta County Genealogical Society, see our current events! For information concerning other events or venues located in Coweta County, please visit the Coweta County Convention & Visitors Bureau. We are glad you dropped by to visit. Browse through our website or come visit us in person!


Coweta Co. Genealogical Soc Meeting

Sat. March 17th 1:30 at Coweta Co Gen. Soc. Library.

8 Carmichael St. Newnan GA.

Indian Trails of GA

Jimmy Dunagan will be discussing events and interactions between the State of GA and Indians, leading to the last of the Indian cession of land to GA. Mr. Dunagan was born in Muscogee Co. Columbus GA. As a young man, he hunted and fished with his father on land where the center of the Creek Indian Nation was located. He is an 8th generation Georgian and 11th generation American. His family settled on the Savannah River 1768 and moved onto Cherokee land in North GA 1774. Later they were moved to Harris Co. in western GA when Harris was made part of the state of GA.




Family History Fanatics is presenting an eConference Finding Family Stories and Passing Them On January 19th at 8:45 am Central Time. 

Speakers will be Randy Seaver, Eric Wells, Victoria Woo and Tammy Hepps. Participants will learn about how to find, preserve, and share their family stories.  Five hours of interactive instruction for the early bird price is $19.99 through January 10th and $24.99 thereafter. More details and registration can be found at https://www.familyhistoryfanatics.com/jan2018. Feel free to let any of your friends or family know about this e-Conference.


Andrew & Devon Noel Lee

Family History Fanatics

Humble, TX | 281-552-7288


Coweta County Genealogical Society in Georgia

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