The appeal in this case is from the award of the custody of a child of the parties to the mother by the Juvenile Court of Bibb County. Held:
The judgment of the Juvenile Court of Bibb County shows that the matter of the custody of the child was transferred to that court by order of Bibb Superior Court on November 23, 1971. The Juvenile Court of Bibb County is a court of special and limited jurisdiction and its judgments must show upon their face such facts as are necessary to give it jurisdiction of the person and the subject matter. Ferguson v. Hunt, 221 Ga. 728
, 730 (146 SE2d 756
); Bosson v. Bosson, 223 Ga. 259 (1) (154 SE2d 364)
. The juvenile court order in this case shows that jurisdiction of the custody of this child was by transfer from the Bibb Superior Court.
Under the holding in the Showalter case, supra, the superior court under the 1971 statute was not authorized to transfer the question of the custody of this child to the juvenile court. The juvenile court, therefore, had no jurisdiction to determine the custody of this child and its order is void.
The judgment must therefore be reversed and the cause is remanded to the Bibb Superior Court for determination of the question of custody of the child which is a matter still pending from the divorce proceedings.