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Bibb County, Georgia
Bibb County is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. The 2005 Census Estimate shows a population of 154,918. The county seat is Macon.
Bibb County was created by act of the Georgia Legislature on December 9, 1822, with Macon to be incorporated in December of 1823; designated the county seat. It was carved from Jones, Monroe, Houston, and Twiggs counties. The county seat has never been changed, and no other county has ever been created out of land from Bibb County.
The county was named for Dr. William Wyatt Bibb, a physician from Elbert County who went on to serve in the United States Senate and House of Representatives before becoming the first elected Governor of Alabama.