The Evans County Library's George Durrence Room is filled with histories and genealogies of the various families that make up our community. Here you will find newspaper microfilms, marriage books, family histories and cemetery records to assist you in your educational endeavors. The George Durrence room also contains a computer with internet access connected to Ancestry.com.
Hours & Contact Information Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Friday: Closed Saturday: Closed Sunday: Closed
The Statesboro Regional Library maintains a large collection of books, magazines, periodicals and other records to assist you in the study of your genealogy. Their census records, cemetery records, Civil War information, and marriage records, along with court records and wills, will open up many doors as you travel down your family's historical paths.
Hours & Contact Information Monday & Thursday: 9am – 8pm / Friday & Saturday: 9am – 6pm Web: strl.inf Statesboro Regional Public Library124 South Main Street • Statesboro, GA 30458 Phone: 912.764.1340
Zach S. Henderson Library, Georgia Southern University
The Zach S. Henderson Library's Special Collections at Georgia Southern University holds several collections related to Evans County history. They include church records, historical surveys, land and survey records, and individual collections. These include:
Early Records of Tattnall County Baptist Churches (1804-1858; Beards Creek, Cedar Creek, and Salem) Evans County Historical Surveys, 1970s Ft. Stewart land acquisition records, 1937-1958 Hodges, (Elias) Surveying records, 1920-1940 Hodges, (Lucile) papers Kennedy, (Joseph Everett) collection (1965-1990) Perkins, (S.E. “Zeke”) collection Hames (Curtis G.) collection Evans County Centennial collection
Hours & Contact Information Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
Located in the Old Jail in Downtown Reidsville, Georgia, the Tattnall County Archives are a nonprofit organization which preserves historical documents. Their mission is to protect and preserve valuable and irreplaceable historical documents and artifacts from Tattnall County history; to add important modern material to the collection; to maintain the repository in clean and functional order; and to make these historical resources available for historians, genealogists, and other researchers. (information from Tattnall Archives website)
Hours & Contact Information By Appointment
Web: Tattnall Archives Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phones: 912-557-6049 For time-sensitive matters call archivist Janisse Ray at 912-557-1053 Courthouse Square Corner of Highways 280 & 121 Reidsville, GA 30453