• Early Georgia Trapps Miscellaneous Census and Marriage Records

  • Joseph Trapp, Franklin County, bought 287 1/2 acres - dated 17 May, 1784

    Joseph Trapp married Winney Thornton February 27, 1792 in Wilkes County

    Elizabeth Trapp married Angelhart Cruse March 9, 1796 in Richmond County

    John L. Trapp married Sally Johnson November 28, 1817 in Jackson County

    Elizabeth S.A. Trapp married J.F.C. Cumming August 6, 1847 in Floyd County

    1837 Poor School Roll for Floyd County: Mary Trapp, age 12, Sandford Trapp, age 14

    Thomas and Rachel Trapp of Baldwin County

    Thomas did not show up on the 1810 Tax List for Baldwin County.

    Miltary records for Baldwin County 1814-1815 shows Thomas in the
    Second Class of the 33d Regt. G.M

    Thomas Trapp married Rachel Wooten June 16, 1814 in Baldwin County

    He registered for the Land Lottery of 1820.

    Thomas died May 4, 1820.

    Rachel registered for the April-May 1821 Land Lottery.

    She bought and sold land in Cass County (Pine Log), Georgia in 1841

    Rachel sold land in Floyd County, Georgia February 24, 1850

    She sold land in Carroll County, Georgia September 13, 1852

    Benjamin, William, and Timothy Trapp were in Baldwin County with
    Thomas and could have been his brothers. Benjamin was from Virginia.

    1820 Georgia Census

    John L. Trapp - Jackson County
    Benjamin Trapp - Jones County
    Rachel Trapp - Baldwin County
    Timothy Trapp - Baldwin County
    Martha Trapp - Baldwin County

    1830 Georgia Census

    Benjamin Trapp - Baldwin County
    Rachel Trapp - Baldwin County
    John L. Trapp - Jackson County

    1840 Georgia Census

    John L. Trapp - Henry County

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Name: James M. Trapp
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Silver Creek, Georgia 30173
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