Welcome To Lonoke County Arkansas Genealogy Page

My name is Janey Kaiser and I am the coordinator for the Lonoke County Arkansas page. The PURPOSE OF THIS PAGE is to aid you in your search for Lonoke County Arkansas residents. It is hoped that the information contained here will help you better understand how and when the county boundaries changed, who some of the residents were, where Lonoke county information may be found and how to contact others that may be working on families of your same interest.

Brief History of Arkansas

In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory. Its northern, eastern and southern borders were the same as they are now, but to the west, some of what is now Oklahoma was included. Two years later, in 1821, the territorial capital was moved from Arkansas Post to Little Rock.

By 1836, the Arkansas Territory had the 60,000 residents required to become a state, and after writing an acceptable constitution, was declared the 25th state in the United States

 

About the Arkansas Gen Web Project


In April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Arkansas Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Arkansas, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index. At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page. If you would like to host a county, in Arkansas, contact Betsy Mills.

 

   

THE US GEN WEB Project


In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index. At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page.

 

 

ARKANSAS, U S Gen Web Archives

 

World Gen Web

 

It is a genealogy volunteer site called Genealogy Look Up Forum.

It is a web site of volunteers who will do various types 

of look ups in many states such as Birth, Death, Census, Cemetery, Marriage, and obituaries. 

"WE NEED VOLUNTEERS"

 

We need volunteers who are able to do look ups for our viewers.  

If you are interested please contact me, Janey Kaiser, and 

I will put your name here along with your email address.


Terri Buster  will do Census Look Ups for our County

Thank You Terri

 


 

Look up Obits in the Cabot Area.

Please Just Email Diane Duvall


Census Look Ups

Please Just Email Sharon I. Cauley


Census Look Ups (not limited to this County)

Please email Telisa Textor

Thank you for your help


 

Please visit this new page.  We must never forget.

 


EARLY HISTORY of Lonoke County

April 16, 1873, the legislature created Lonoke County by taking land from Pulaski and Prairie counties, making it the seventy-first county in Arkansas. The legislative act designated the town of Lonoke as the county seat. Named by a railroad surveyor that used a massive red oak tree as a landmark. The final boundaries of Lonoke were realized in 1882. The boundary change added 100 square miles to the county, resulting in the addition of the town of Carlisle. The first officials of Lonoke County, appointed by the Governor were: Judge E. L. Beard, Sheriff J. M. McClintock, County Clerk George M. Chapline and Treasurer Anderson M. Russell.

There has been three Courthouses in Lonoke County. On October 12, 1873, William Goodrum executed a deed for property for the consideration of $2,000. This property was to be used for the grounds of the first courthouse, located in Brownsville community. The first courthouse was formerly used as Prairie County's Courthouse, was torn down, moved, and rebuilt on the Goodrum lot. This two-story frame building measuring twenty-four by ninety feet, burned in 1881. Fortunately all of the county records were saved. Until a new courthouse was built, buildings were rented for the governmental purpose.

The second Courthouse was built in 1885 for $15,000. This second courthouse was a two story brick structure two halls, five offices, a fireproof vault, a courtroom, offices on the second floor and a clock tower. This courthouse was torn down to build a larger one.


The third and present courthouse was built in 1928, at a cost of $200,000. The stately building is a rectangular, four story structure with an exterior of red brick, white stone trim and an entrance portico of white columns. The interior of this courthouse still features marble, original tile floor sand some of the original lighting fixtures. Dedication Day for the new Courthouse was set for May 14, 1928. A full day's activities included a parade, singing from local groups, a picnic, a speech from Lonoke contain, Joe T. Robinson, who was running for Vice President of the United States, and the long awaited opening of the old cornerstone. The Courthouse was put on the National Register of Historical Places by the U.S. Dept. of Interior June 8, 1982.


Lonoke County had the great fortune to have had four men from its midst serve as Governor of Arkansas. James P. Eagle served from 1889 to 1893; Joe T. Robinson served from 1912 to 1913; W.K. Oldham served in 1913 until the legislature adjourned, after Robinson had resigned; John E. Martineau served from 1927 to 1928, when he resigned to become a Federal District Court Judge in eastern Arkansas. Joe T. Robinson also served a total of ten years in the U. S. Congress and twenty-four years in the U.S. Senate.


Lonoke County is still primarily an agricultural county. Areas of interest are the Joe Hogan Fish Hatchery, the Smoke Hole Natural Area, Toltec Mounds State Park, and Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery.

By the act of April 16, 1873, sections of Prairie and Pulaski counties were cut off to form a new county, which was named Lonoke. It is said the name was derived from a "lone oak" tree which stood on the site of the present Town of Lonoke and which was used as a landmark by George P. C. Rumbough when he was surveying the lands of the county. The act creating the county designated the Town of Lonoke as the seat of justice, and George M. Chapline, Thomas Doyle and William Goodwin were appointed commissioners, who, under the direction of the county court, were to purchase lots for the county buildings. The first courthouse was a building that had been used as the courthouse of Prairie County, but which had been removed to Lonoke from Brownsville. It was destroyed by fire in 1881, but the records were saved. The square where the present courthouse stands was donated to the county by C. T. Thompson and Walton Harris in 1875.

Lonoke is divided into the following townships: Butler, Carlisle, Caroline, Cleveland, Crooked Creek, Eagle, Fletcher, Furlow, Goodrum, Gray, Gum Woods, Hamilton, Indian Bayou, Isbell, Lafayette, Lonoke, Magness, Oak Grove, Pettus, Prairie, Pulaski, Richwoods, Scott, Totten, Walls, Ward, Williams and York.

The county is situated in the central part of the state. On the north it is bounded by White County; on the east by Prairie and Arkansas counties; on the south by Jefferson, and on the west by Faulkner and Pulaski counties. It's area is 807 square miles, drained by numerous creeks and bayous, and the soil is generally fertile. The first rice grown as a commercial proposition in Arkansas was grown in this county. Dairying is an important industry.

The first settlements in what is now Lonoke County were made in the northwest part. As early as 1821 Sampson Gray came from Tennessee and settled on Moss Prairie. He was followed by Francis Secrist, James Dunnaway, S. C. Moss, William Sanders, Sr., William Sanders, Jr., Drury Dobbins, James Erwin, Joseph Stillwell, John Reynolds, Hamilton Reynolds, Lot Johnson, Josephus Tucker, John Harrod and a few others, all of whom came to Arkansas while it was still a territory. Game was plentiful in early days, and the pioneers depended largely upon their trusty rifles to provide a supply of meat for their families. Andrew J. Legate, who came to the county in 1842, used to tell of killing five bears one morning before breakfast.

The main line of the Missouri Pacific Railroad crosses the northwest corner, with stations at Austin, Cabot and Holland. The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific runs east and west through the central portion, and the St. Louis Southwestern provides transportation for the southwestern part. The Pine Bluff & Northern runs southward from McCreanor on the Rock Island, six miles east of Lonoke. The population of the county in 1920 was 33,400, a gain of 5,417 over the census of 1910.

Lonoke and England, the largest towns, are described in other chapters. Austin was incorporated on October 22, 1895, and in 1920 reported a population of only 163. Carlisle, on the Rock Island nine miles east of Lonoke, was incorporated on July 1, 1878. It is a banking town, has a weekly newspaper, foundries and machine shops, a rice mill, a telephone exchange, general stores, and a population of 602. Cabot, on the Missouri Pacific, was incorporated on February 22, 1897. It has a weekly newspaper, a bank, two nurseries, a telephone exchange, etc., and a population of 477. Keo, an incorporated hanking town on the St. Louis Southwestern, has large lumber interests, general stores, etc., and a population of 325. Butlerville, Kerra, Pettus and Tomberline are thriving villages and local trading centers.


MAP OF LONOKE COUNTY ARKANSAS IN 1895

 

 

  Lonoke is Located in central Arkansas.  Lonoke County was created in 1873 from Pulaski and Prairie counties. Its name was derived from the "Lone Oak" tree that stood at the site of the town of Lonoke, the county seat of government. Within its boundaries are numerous creeks, bayous and fertile land for agriculture.  Lonoke, Cabot, Humnoke, England, Carlisle and Keo are thriving communities in Lonoke County.  Lonoke is Positioned 34.78 Degrees North of the Equator and 91.89 Degrees West of the Prime Meridian.


Post a Query

We have a new way of posting our Query's.  I hope this makes it easier.


Archived Queries for 1998

Archived Queries  January thru June 1999

Archived Queries July thru December 1999

Archived Queries January thru October 4, 2000

 

I hope this helps in your search for that certain link to your family. When you go to this site just click on the first letter of the surname you are searching for, it will take you to the surname. Just click on the surname and it will take you to the query. I hope this makes it easier for everyone in their search. The archived queries are the only one set up this way.


PicoSearch

 

 

  Help

You may search for a  name in Lonoke County with this link.  

 


Cities & Towns of Lonoke County

 

Allport     Austin     Blakemore     Brummitt     Butlerville     Cabot     Carlisle     Culler   

England     Furlow     Humnoke     Keo     Kerr     Lonoke (County Seat)

Oak Grove     Parnell     Pettus     Scott     Seaton     Seaton Dump     Snake Island     

South Bend     Sylvania     Tomberlin     Ward     Woodlawn

 


POST OFFICES--PAST AND PRESENT

 

Allport (1914-1926)
Ashvale (1887/1905)
Austin (1861-Date)
Bayou Two Praries (1849-1849)
Billeagle (1894/1909)
Blakemore (1892-1913)
Brownsville (1851/1868)
Brummitt (1912/1943)
Butlerville (1877-1933)
Cabot (1873-Date)
Carlisle (1873-Date)
Ceridge (1912/1930)
Cherryville (1858-1866)
Cobbs (1880-1916)
Coy (1913-Date)
Cullor (1911-1913)
England (1888-Date)
Furlow (1898-1907)
Glover 1885-1886)
Goodbar (1886/1890)
Goodbars (1876/1886)
Grand Prairie (1845-1851)
Groveland (1880-1888)
Hamilton (1857/1904)
Hicks Station (1867-1872)
Humnoke (1912-Date)
Jebb (1903-1913)
Jewel (1898-1906)
Keo (1889-Date)
Kerr (1876-1876)
Kerrs (1878-1935)
Krupp (1901-1907)
Larissa (1857/1878)
Lonoke (1872-Date)
Magness (1884-1884)
McCreanor (1900-1908)
Melta (1899-1905)
Meto (1912-1922)
Needmore (1892-1905)
Neill (1894-1904)
Newby (1901-1903)
Oakland Grove (1842-1861)
Orlan (1882-1883)
Panola (1890/1904)
Parnell (1891-1905)
Pettus (1881-1944)
Prairie Centre (1886/1878)
Red Oak (1853-1858)
Redoak (1900-1905)
Ryan (1918-1927)
Ryan (L) (1912-1914)
Stanton (1870-1870)
Sylvania (1893-1916)
Tank (1875/1875)
Toltec (1889-1932)
Tomberlins (1877/1915)
Ward (1883-Date)
Waterproof (1900-1905)
Wattensaw (1887/1954)
Weedons (1877-1881)
Wilobel (1894-1895)

 


Lonoke County Newspaper

Lonoke: Lonoke Democrat


 

 

Pictures from the Past

We are adding new pictures all the time.  Please visit.

 


WELCOME!

OLD PIONEERS OF LONOKE COUNTY

If you would send me your stories about your family's, in an attached file I will post them to this page and we will all have something to do with and help to create this page.  I am sure it will help everyone who has an interest in this county.  Thank you, Janey

 


England 1898

 

LONOKE COUNTY ARKANSAS POST OFFICE

 

ZIP Code               Post Office                     Date Established              Date Discontinued

72007                   AUSTIN

72023                   CABOT

72024                   CARLISLE

72037                   COY

72046                   ENGLAND                           11/08/1880

72072                   HUMNOKE

72083                   KEO

72086                   LONOKE                            03/22/1867

72176                   WARD                              03/20/1882


Migrations

Hope your family came this way?
 Click on the name and find a brief history

 

    NAME                      LIFESPAN                      ORIGIN

Jordan DANIELS                  1894 - 1985             Cherokee, Alfalfa County, OK

John William GLOVER             1798 - 1855             Northampton County, NC

Leatha Virgie JOHNSON           1898 - 1978             Bethpage, Sumner County, TN

(John) Henry LASTER             1855 - abt 1935         Easley, Pickens County, SC

Plesant PILKINTON               1858 - 1931             Chickasaw County, MS   

James Knox Polk WHITLEY         1839 - 1891             Tipton, TN


 

Arkansas Territory:  1819 & Arkansas Statehood: 1836

1814 Arkansas Territory Tax List

1816 Arkansas Territory Tax List

Pre-1830 Arkansas Territory Tax List

1835 Arkansas Federal Pension Roll

1860 Federal Census Index Indian Lands (now Located in Ok.)

1860 Federal Census of Indian Lands, (now Located in Ok.)

Head of Household for 1880 Census, Lonoke Co.
By Townships

1920 Census

Click on each file and it will open to a page of the census


Historical Places in Lonoke County

 


Lonoke County Old Picture's

 


Politicians who were born in Lonoke County

 


Politicians who lived in Lonoke County

 


Politicians who died in Lonoke County

 


Penny Post Cards from Lonoke County, Arkansas

 


 

 

 

LONOKE CO. AR MARRIAGES

COPIED FROM LONOKE COUNTY MARRIAGE INDEX BOOK A -U VOL. 1 PAGE 75, 

NAMES ARE LISTED IN SURNAME ORDER CRUMP - CUNNING

LONOKE CO. AR MARRIAGES

COPIED FROM LONOKE COUNTY MARRIAGE INDEX BOOK A -U VOL. 1 PAGE 78,

NAMES ARE LISTED IN SURNAME ORDER CULLUMS - CURTIS

LONOKE CO. AR MARRIAGES

COPIED FROM LONOKE COUNTY MARRIAGE INDEX BOOK A -U VOL. 1 PAGE 235 

NAMES ARE LISTED IN SURNAME ORDER ORENDER - OWENS

LONOKE CO. AR MARRIAGES

COPIED FROM LONOKE COUNTY MARRIAGE INDEX BOOK A -U VOL. 1 PAGE 236, 

NAMES ARE LISTED IN SURNAME ORDER OWENS - PARDUE

(Submitted by Lynn Snyder) 

MARRIAGE

LONOKE COUNTY (Submitted by Brain & Tricia Carothers)

(Submitted by Pam Howard) 

MARRIAGE RECORDS

  LONOKE CO., AR. VOLUME D (1881 1885) VOLUME E (1885 1888)

MARRIAGE RECORDS

PRAIRIE CO., AR. VOLUME C (1854 1861)

MARRIAGE RECORDS

PRAIRIE CO., AR. VOLUME D (1861 1875)(Submitted by Vivian Bass)

 

TWO MARRIAGE BOOKS DATING FROM 1873 thru 1952

compiled together by DWIGHT SHUBERT

MARRIAGE INDEX A and B

MARRIAGE INDEX C and D

MARRIAGE INDEX E AND F

MARRIAGE INDEX G

MARRIAGE INDEX H

MARRIAGE INDEX I AND J

MARRIAGE INDEX K AND L

MARRIAGE INDEX M AND Mc

MARRIAGE INDEX N AND O

MARRIAGE INDEX P thru PHLUEGER

MARRIAGE INDEX PHAIN thru Q

MARRIAGE INDEX R thru RIXIE

MARRIAGE INDEX ROACH thru RYON

MARRIAGE INDEX S

MARRIAGE INDEX T thru V

MARRIAGE INDEX W

MARRIAGE INDEX Y thru Z

Arkansas Marriage Records

This is a site that has a Directory of links to other Marriage Records as well as a searchable database

Submitted by Janet Schaible.  Thank you Janet for your wonderful site.

 


LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH

The Lonoke Baptist Church -- Our Past

Submitted by W. P. Fletcher

 


 

Cemetery Listings for the whole County

  LONOKE COUNTY, COMPILED BY TOM C. MARTINET 

Some of the links will open

16th Section Cemetery

Located off Hwy 319 near Ward, AR.

Apple Hill Cemetery

Some pictures have been added.

Barger Cemetery

This is a old cemetery and on private land.

  Their are pictures of before clearing and after.  

Brownsville Cemetery

Bulterville Cemetery

Burirs Cemetery

CAMP NELSON CEMETERY

THE MEN OF THE 10TH TEXAS INFANTRY

Carlisle Cemetery

Concord Cemetery

Eagle-Wheat Cemetery

Faver Cemetery

Flynn Cemetery

I am working on this site.  When I am finished, it will be a complete listing of 

Flynn Cemetery as of 1995.  That is the latest List I have. 

Flynn Black Cemetery

This cemetery adjoins the Flynn Cemetery

Hamilton Community Cemetery

Submitted by Kathy McGhee

A few pictures with this cemetery

Howell Cemetery

Lonoke Cemetery

A few listings with pictures

Martin Cemetery

Meto Cemetery

Mount Carmel Cemetery

Mulberry Cemetery

Surveyed by: Richard Dycus, Nov. 28, 2002 

Old Carlisle Cemetery

List of names and tombstones

Pepper Lake Cemetery

Submitted by Kathy McGhee

Pleasant Hills Cemetery

St Mathews Cemetery

Simmons Cemetery

Sullivan Cemetery

Some older graves in wood next to existing cemetery

Sylvania Cemetery

Located Next to Sylvania Presbyterian,2419 Arkansas HWY 321 N. Ward, AR. 

Copied from Page 778 of Cemetery Records

Tomberlin Cemetery

Surveyed by:  Richard Dycus Nov.  28,  2002

Union Valley Cemetery

A few pictures with this cemetery

Submitted by: Laura Coleman

Wattensaw Baptist Church Cemetery

The Wattensaw Baptist Church is located on Highway 31, eight miles north of Lonoke, 

in Lonoke, Co., AR. Transcribed from reading Headstones in the Cemetery.  

(Submitted by Lynn Snyder)

Wattensaw Cemetery

These are just a few listings in this Cemetery.  

They were submitted by Brian and Tricia Carothers

Zion Cemetery

Burial List and Grave Location submitted by Sandy Rhodes

 


Lonoke County, Arkansas, Wills, Books A and B, 1873-1913

A list of Names


 

This is where we start information on the War's.

 

If you have a Relative or any Information from Lonoke County and would like to submit to the War Pages, please email their names and information to Janey Kaiser and I will add your information to our pages.  Be sure and include what War they were in.  Thank You.


 

 IN ARKANSAS 

 

 

 

Please visit this Site for other States with Message Boards

Some Arkansas Civil War Links I found

Arkansas Civil War Time Line

Secession of States During the Civil War

Confederate Cemetery Listings

Civil War Roaster

The Original Arkansas Civil War Page

THE CIVIL WAR IN ARKANSAS

ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR MEMORIAL PAGE

CIVIL WAR MAP OF BATTLES IN ARKANSAS

CONFEDERATE POW'S LISTED IN ARKANSAS UNITS

Who died in Rock Island Il. Prison Camp

"Arkansas Confederate and Union Soldier's Burial Place"

SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS

ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR INFORMATION

    Sons of Confederate Veterans

(Patrick R Cleburne Camp #1433)

 

The Electric Cemetery Home Page: Genealogy, Civil War

 


 

Lonoke County, Arkansas, World War II Casualties Army and Air force

 

Arkansas State World War II Casualties Listings per County

You can go to this site and look up any County in Arkansas to see there Casualties

 

 


 

List of Korean War Casualties in Lonoke County

 


 

 

The Names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall from Arkansas

Sorted by Town

Arkansas Missing in Action Vietnam War

 


Be sure and visit the surrounding Counties

Pulaski  Jefferson  White  Prairie  Faulkner


Lonoke County Museum

Arkansas Census Records Online

Submitted by Brenda Hay


Lonoke County Penitentiary Records 1918 thru 1920

Submitted by Deb Robinson

We want to thank Cindy Gill for File 1 and 2


Lonoke County

Another site with a lot of Information


The Ross Family

Ross Chappell, author of a new book about the ROSS family.  Several members of this family 

settled in Prairie County in the mid-1800's.  Numerous descendants of the family yet reside 

in Lonoke and Prairie Counties.  


The Boone Family Genealogy Site

Check it out.  He has a lot of information on this Web Page


Thomas L Holt

  Check it out if you think you might be a descendant. 


Welch, Mathews, Bryant Family History Center

This Site is from Jim Welch. His research focuses on Lonoke Co.

Families and contains Family Tree's and Photos. 


New Links that are very interesting and helpful

Maps for the Northeastern States

Maps for the Southeastern States

Maps for Arkansas


Arkansas Land Records

Interactive Search by Surname

Joy Fisher's Pre-1908 homestead and bounty land patents for the state of 

Arkansas that lets you search the records by Surname

Federal Land Records

For Lonoke County, Arkansas 

Federal Land Records

You can search the state of Arkansas by County

Joy Fisher's Pre-1908 homestead and bounty land patents for the state of

Arkansas that lets you search the records by County.


Railroad Maps 1828 - 1900

Thought this was a very interesting site


Census Online

Links to Online Census Records for any State and a few Countries


Southwest Arkansas Archives

 

We are located in Washington , Arkansas, next to Old Washington Historic State Park. We are a central clearing house for archival material from 12 counties in southwest, Arkansas.  These counties were once the edge of the frontier for the United States.  We are open Monday-Friday, 9-4. Faith Riley, Director

 

Southeastern Genealogy Online

Information for Lonoke County and all the 

Counties of Arkansas as well as other States

 


Surname Web

 

John Robertson's Historical County Lines

County maps of all the U. S. (incomplete)

Bill Couch -The Original Arkansas Genealogy Gen Web


Betsy Mills Arkansas Counties Boundary Maps:

 1842, 1850, 1852 and 1871!

1842  Map, 1850 Map, 1852 Map, 1871

 

This will take you to Shelia Brannon's Map Page. Be sure and visit her home page, she has some neat information that may help you no matter what county you are interested in.  To return to this page you must use your back command on your browser. 


 

The Arkansas History Commission and State Archives

 

LDS HOMEPAGE


Home of the Arkansas Razorbacks

Sports schedule and notes


Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet


Research Forms, Information and
Genealogical Products

Arkansas Census Books

1830-1850 Census Books for Arkansas From S-K Publications

Census View, Census Records on CD

Family Tree Maker Census Abstracts

National Archives and Records Administration


Neat Informational Sites

Arkansas Death Records for 1850 by Terry Moore

Arkansas Department of Education

Arkansas Genealogical Society

Census State Data Center by UALR

This is neat information about Arkansas

Lineages

Genealogy Reference Library and Resource Center

Welcome To The State of Arkansas


County and Census Formation Maps From 1813 through 1925

 

Panoramic Maps Collection

These maps are beautiful. you can click and zoom to any part and they print out very well. 

Currently there are maps for almost all the states. The images above are examples of 

what you will find. You can zoom in close enough to count the windows in a building.

U.S. Territorial Maps 1775-1920

 14 beautiful full color maps that load fairly quickly.

County Outline Maps

U. S. County Outline Maps

U.S. Surname Distribution

John Robertson's Genealogy & Maps


Vital Records Information - Arkansas

State Health Department has birth and death records from 1914 and marriage records from 1917, divorce records from 1921.  Clerks of counties where license was obtained have marriage records. The Clerks of Circuit Courts also have records of wills, deeds, divorces, and war service.

Arkansas County Courthouses

Addresses in alphabetical order by county

 

Lonoke County Vital Records

Lonoke County Clerk
P.O. Box 431
Lonoke, AR 72086
(501) 676-6403

 


ARKANSAS RESOURCES

            

Color Landform Atlas: Arkansas

Genealogy in Arkansas

 

United States Resources: Arkansas

 


 

Arkansas Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 908
Hot Springs, AR 71902-0908

Arkansas Historical Association
History Department
Old Main 416
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701


SPECIAL THANKS and ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Joy Fisher for providing access to the Arkansas land records.  Betsy Mills for providing access to the Arkansas Counties Boundary Maps; 1842, 1850, 1852, 1871.  Shelia Brannon for providing access to the Arkansas Counties Boundary Maps; 1819, 1836, 1850, and present.  John Robertson for providing access to the Historical County Lines Maps of all the U. S.

 

You are the122551Visitor since May 9, 1999.

 

Janey Kaiser

 

This page was last updated February 14, 2012, by Janey Kaiser

County Coordinator for Lonoke County, Arkansas