Welcome to the website of Sheila H. Perry
Clerk of the Superior, State and Juvenile Courts of Putnam County, Georgia
Latest News and Events
NEW PUTNAM COUNTY REAL ESTATE DATA ADDED to www.gsccca.org Your Clerk, Sheila Perry, would like for you to know that additional years have been added to the Clerk's Authority real estate records. Check them out at the Georgia Superior Courts Clerks Cooperative Authority website. Putnam County deeds are now available from 1977 to present. This is an ongoing project and we will let you know as more historical data is added. At the moment, if you need any deed informaiton prior to 1977 you may still come into our office to find them.
DD-214's - Please File Them! Putnam County Clerk of Superior Court Sheila Perry is asking all veterans of military service to make sure their DD-214 is recorded at the courthouse. The DD-214 should have been recorded at the time of the service member’s discharge from the military.
Ms. Perry states, “I have discovered that many veterans did not have their DD-214 recorded, or many recorded it elsewhere. If you are now living in Putnam County, then bring it by my office and I will record it in our records. If there comes a time you need a certified copy, then I will be able to provide one for you and it will not be necessary to send to another town or state to obtain the record. This is a free service to all veterans. Thank you for your service to your country.”
Putnam County Courthouse100 S. Jefferson Avenue
Eatonton, GA 31024
Telephone (706) 485-4501
Fax (706) 485-2875
Note from the Clerk
The duties and responsibilities of this office are many and varied, but our main function is to serve you, the citizens of our community. This website has been designed to answer some of your questions regarding our office.
The office of the Clerk of Superior Court is an elected office. You elect the Clerk of Superior Court to administer the proper registration and retention of official documents. Included are civil and criminal proceedings, real estate and personal property transactions, and various other vital records. The Clerk of Superior Court also administers the jury system.
The office of the Clerk of Superior Court consists of three divisions: The JUDICIAL division (civil and criminal records), REAL ESTATE division and BUSINESS/ADMINISTRATIVE division.