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Statistics & Facts

The Georgia state capital is Atlanta.
The population of Murrayville is approximately 2,651.
The approximate number of families is 948 (1990).
Murrayville is positioned 34.43 degrees north of the equator and 83.91 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Murrayville elevation is 1,500 feet above sea level.


Ten miles north of Gainesville, Ga. and 10 miles south of Dahlonega, Ga.
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History & History Related Items

Murrayville was named for John Patrick Murray; who owned an Inn That was a stopover for people on their way to the gold fields of Dahlonega--Dahlonega was the the site of the first gold rush in U.S.A. The census of 1820 showed John P. Murray as post Master and Murrayville had a population of 62---Present population (1999) is approximately 1500. Murrayville is an un-incorporated township on the shores of Lake Sidney Lanier and about 50 miles from Atlanta. Murrayville Has more community pride many smaller towns that are incorporated. The Murrayville Civic Association makes sure we get our share of the tax monies coming in to Hall County. Murrayville has A fire station, Bank and a new 4000 sq. ft. Post Office is on the drawing board. Murrayville has an annual event called "The Murrayville Gathering" Hundreds of people from all over north Ga. attend this popular event.
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Murrayville City Government

US Post Office
Dahlonega Hwy.
Murrayville, GA 30564
Phone: 770-536-2903

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