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William Schley
December 15, 1786 William Schley born, Fredrick, Maryland
  William Schley
November 4, 1835 William Schley begins term as governor of Georgia
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
  William Schley
December 7, 1835 In an address to the House of Representatives, Gov. William Schley charges that Creek Indians from Alabama with hostilities against Georgians living in Stewart and Baker Counties.
  William Schley
  Creek Indians
  Stewart County, Georgia
  Baker County, Georgia
August 3, 1836 Governor William Schley hires Abbott Hall Brisbane to study possible routes between the Chattahoochee River and Chattanooga for the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
  Western and Atlantic Railroad
  William Schley
October 2, 1837 Former governor George Gilmer defeats incumbent William Scley to become Governor of Georgia.
  William Schley
December 22, 1857 Schley County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Schley County, Georgia
  William Schley
November 20, 1858 William Schley dies, Augusta, Georgia
  William Schley

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