Could you please indicate which war or time period this in in relationship to, and if you are looking for federal or state warrants?
GEORGIA & ALABAMA Federal or state around 1790 1830. Thank you
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Found more info about Watts family
Watts family tree at familysearch.org. family search is a free website, you just need to register to search.
Another family tree on familysearch.org
First White settlers in county
40 Acres donated by Watts family for county courthouse in 1867
Bureau of Land Management tract book Edward Watts also a John Watts mentioned