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A Web Page about the History and Genealogy of Calhoun County.

My name is Carol Smith and I am the coordinator for the Calhoun County Arkansas Website. The purpose of this page is to aid you in your search for Calhoun County genealogy and history. It is my hope that the information contained here will help you in your research. If you would like to contribute information to these pages, please let me know.

 

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Calhoun County

Table of Contents

Addresses & Phone Numbers of Local Resources

ArGenWeb

Arkansas First Family Certificates

Arkansas Genealogy & Historical Links

Cemetery Records-Archives

Cemetery Records-Other Resources

Civil War Heritage

Communities & Towns

Courthouse Records

Early Businesses & Professionals

Early Marriage Records 1850-1885

Early Settlers

Federal Land Records

Genealogy Tools

History & Culture

Libraries & Archives

Mailing Lists

Maps & Geographical Information

National Register of Historic Places

Neighbors

Newspapers

Obituary Lookup

People & Families

Professional Researchers, Volunteers and Related Services

Publications

Religion & Early Churches

Resources at the Arkansas Archives

Schools

Societies & Groups

Trivia

USGenWeb

Wikipedia Information

World War II Casualties

Calhoun County, Arkansas was formed on December 6, 1850 by the Arkansas General Assembly who carved it from portions of Dallas, Ouachita and Bradley Counties to give the area citizens a more centrally located seat of government. The county was named for John C. Calhoun, an early Vice President of the United States serving under John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson

NOTE: 1850 Census Information: Calhoun County was formed after the Census for 1850 was taken in Arkansas. However, the Ouachita County 1850 Census does have many families that were incorporated into Calhoun County when it was formed.

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Calhoun County, AR

If it concerns Calhoun County or the people in it, it is appropriate, including current community events, family reunions, highschool reunions, or discussions on the history of our county.  In otherwords, we can discuss our families or the history, sharing any research materials we have in order to help others.

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Sarah E. Dunlap Lynch 16 Aug 1856 - 13 Nov 1901; wife of Captain James Lynch

Calhoun County Resident who was a

Survivor of the Mountain Meadows Massacre


Calhoun County's Biographies in

The Goodspeed Biographical & Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas

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REUNIONS

Information about Family Reunions in Calhoun County or involving Calhoun County natives. Send an email to Carol Smith

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My name is Carol Smith and I am the coordinator for the Calhoun County
Arkansas Website. Comments, suggestions, additions, problems, corrections
and criticisms are welcome. This site has no commercial value or intent other
than a non-profit source of information. This Website is privately owned and
maintained by Carol Smith. Copyright 2014.

 

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