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About Us
Founded in 1962 by Mary Bondurant Warren, Heritage Papers has published over 200 titles of genealogical interest over the past 43 years. She was presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council (GHRAC) of the Georgia Department of Archives and History in October 2010.
Perhaps the best known publication is FAMILY PUZZLERS, the nation's only weekly genealogical magazine, which was edited by Mrs. Warren from 1964 until 1997. It was continued as FAMILY PUZZLERS, TNG, a monthly magazine, by her daughter Amy Warren Sanders from July 1998 until June 2000. See the Family Puzzlers link to the left for more information on bound annual volumes of Family Puzzlers and annual surname indexes.
BOUND ANNUAL VOLUMES of FAMILY PUZZLERS (with surname index included) are $10.00 each, while supplies last.
Quarterly Magazines
Back issues (1970-1985) of our quarterly magazines CAROLINA GENEALOGIST & GEORGIA GENEALOGIST are still available at $8.00 each. These magazines contained, in serial form, transcriptions of county records, marriage records, newspaper notices, cemetery surveys, Bible records, and research tips for the states of Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Historic Maps
Don't forget to check out our selection of maps from the Colonial, Revolutionary War and Federal periods of our country's history! These may provide more clues to help you with your research!
Hidden away in letters, manuscripts, governmental records, and out of print books, is vital information sought by genealogists and historians. Over the past half century we have sought to bring these sources to light, as articles and books.
Now being issued only as e-books are transcriptions and abstracts of letters and reports from Georgia’s founding in 1733 to 1755 when it became a functioning Royal Colony. Now you can hear the voices of the settlers writing home of their trials, tribulations, and successes – “news” previously unavailable.