FORMER U.S. ATTORNEYS for
THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT of GEORGIA

Former United States Attorneys for the Southern District of Georgia

Matthew McAllister

1789-1797

Charles Jackson

1797-1798

George Woodruff

1798-1802

David B. Mitchell

1802-1804

William B. Bullock

1804-1813

Charles Harris

1813-1815

William Davies

1815-1819

Richard W. Habersham

1819-1827

Matthew H. McAllister

1827-1835

Robert M. Charlton

1835-1836

William H. Stiles

1836-1838

John E. Ward

1838-1839

Robert M. Charlton

1839-1840

Solomon Cohen

1840-1842

Alexander Drysdale

1842-1844

Richard A. Cuyler

1844

Henry R. Jackson

1844

Henry Williams

1850-1853

George S. Owens

1853-1856

George A. Gordon

1856-1857

Joseph Ganahl

1857-1860

Hamilton Gouper

1860

John D. Pope

1870-1876

Henry P. Farrow

1876-1880

John S. Bigby

1880-1883

Sion A. Darnell

1882-1886

Dupont Guerry

1886-1901

Marion Erwin

1901-1912

Alexander Akerman

1912-1914

Earl M. Donalson

1914-1919

John W. Bennett

1919-1922

F. G. Boatright

1922-1927

Charles L. Redding

1927-1932

Walter W. Sheppard

1932-1933

Charles L. Redding

1933

J. Saxton Daniel

1933-1953

William C. Calhoun

1953-1961

Donald H. Fraser

1961-1969

R. Jackson B. Smith, Jr.

1969-1977

William T. Moore, Jr.

1977-1981

Hinton R. Pierce

1981-1992

Jay D. Gardner*

1992-1994

Harry D. Dixon, Jr.

1994-2001

Richard S. Thompson

2001-2004

Paul Murphy*

2004

Lisa Godbey Wood

2004-2007

Edmund A. Booth, Jr.

2007-2009

Edward J. Tarver

2009-Present

*AG or Court-Appointed U. S. Attorney

 

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