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William Rabun
April 8, 1771 William Rabun born, Halifax County, North Carolina.
  William Rabun
March 4, 1817 William Rabun begins term as governor of Georgia
  William Rabun
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
May 1, 1819 Dr. William Greene is appointed by Gov. William Rabun to settle continuing disputes over the location of the Florida-Georgia border
  William Rabun
October 24, 1819 Governor William Rabun dies following a sudden illness, Powellton, Georgia (Hancock County)
  Hancock County, Georgia
  William Rabun
October 24, 1819 Matthew Talbot serves as governor after the death of William Rabun
  William Rabun
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
December 21, 1819 Rabun County created
  William Rabun
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Rabun County, Georgia
August 4, 2007 Federal authorities bust an illegal still operating in the Chattahoochee National Forest near Clayton, Georgia. It is the largest operation found in the National Forest in over 20 years.
  William Rabun






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