Reference Books and Public Domain Documents
Volunteer email Address
Census 1850 - 1910
Marriage books A, B, C, & D.
Deed Record Book A. 1845-1849
|Deed Record Book A (Folio Letter A )
Loose Probate Records 1844 -1930
Census of 1850/1920
Harts 4 volumes of marriages to 1900
I give and bequeath : will record "A", Montgomery Co., by Hart
|1880 Federal Census for Garland Co., AR||Debra Garner|
|Montgomery County: Our Heritage Vol. 1 & 2 Facilities|
|Cemetery Inscriptions of Montgomery County (1986)|
|1850 Federal Census for Montgomery Co., AR||Brenda Morris|
|1850 Federal Census for Montgomery Co., AR||Stacey Poe|
|Montgomery Co. AR. Census
1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910 & 1920
|Sharon Minton Hill|
|1850 Census' for Hot Spring, Jefferson, Montgomery, Perry, Prairie, Pulaski, Saline, Scott, and Yell Counties.||Stacey Poe|
|They Can't Go Home: A History of Northwestern Garland County, Arkansas, Including the Towns of Buckville and Cedar Glades||Sharon Minton Hill|
|Marriage (up to the 1890's), Loose Will and Probates, Montgomery Co., and Scott Co. books||Hettie Lock|
|Montgomery County Library resources||Librarian, Montgomery County Library ph/fax 870-867-3812|
|Granville Whittington trading post ledger book 1836/1839?||Susan Lloyd|
|Goodner, John D. & Lacy, Hubert Wesley. The Goodner Family Volume 1 & 2.||Susan Lloyd|
|Volunteers own Database Lookups.|
|Database and website for these Montgomery Co. surnames: Hill, Minton, Lamb, Posey and Avant.||
|Will be glad to do look ups:
Amerson, McConnell, Baggs/Beggs/Boggs/Biggs, Howell, Hill, Voyles, Bates, Trout, Goodner, Wilhite, Jackson, Himes, Brewer, Barber, Gastin, some Scotts and Summits and many other off lines of these surnames.
Compiling a data base on the Sims, Gaston, Sulphur Springs, Mountain, Oden (Polk), twp families. Hope I can help others find their families.
|Bates & Robbins genealogy research records||Virgil Sims|
|Tackett database including bible records and court house documents||Karen
|Oden area genealogy database|
INTERNET LINKS - FREE LOOKUPS
|Arkansas Family History Association|
|Books We Own Project|
|Arkansas Statewide Lookups|
|Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness|
the two letter state code for the XX )
Join first. Guidelines for posting to the lists:
Subject line MUST have the following: County/Year/Surname
In the body of the email: List whom you are looking for. Supply as much information as you can. Birthplace, ages, occupation, etc.
AR-CENSUS-LOOKUP-Lemail@example.com Leave subject line blank. Type subscribe in body of message. AR-CENSUS-LOOKUP-Dfirstname.lastname@example.org
|RootsWeb Social Security Death Index Interactive Search|
|Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 This database is an index to approximately 594,000 deaths that occurred in Arkansas between 1914 and 1950.|
|Arkansas Divorce Index, 1923-1939 This database is an index to divorces that were filed in the U.S. state of Arkansas from 1923-27 and 1934-39. Information|
Arkansas Marriages, 1851-1900
Arkansas marriage information taken from selected county
courthouse records. Does include Montgomery Co. AR.
Arkansas Marriage Index, 1933-1939
Arkansas Marriages to 1850
Arkansas Marriages, 1779-1992 Arkansas marriage information taken from selected county courthouse records. Does not include Montgomery Co. AR.
Arkansas Marriages, 1820-1949 Arkansas marriage information taken from selected county courthouse records. Does not include Montgomery Co. AR.
If you own any Montgomery County related references and willing to do lookups please let me know, .
Guidelines for Lookup Volunteers
Volunteers may do unlimited lookups if :
1. The lookup volunteer is the actual author and copyright holder of the publication.
2. The lookup volunteer is using primary source documents, i.e. local courthouse resources or their own Xeroxed copies of PUBLIC domain documents.
3. Volunteers may be able to make certain limited scope lookups in copyrighted publications under the FAIR USE provisions of existing law.
When requesting lookups, please put the name of the book from which you are requesting a lookup in the first line of the message as many of these wonderful people have volunteered to be a resource for several counties. Limit your requests and don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time and effort. Lookup requests should be limited to one name, or perhaps two if it is a married couple. Information given will be minimal, for example if it is a cemetery lookup, the information will be the name of the cemetery and the dates on the headstone. Please do not ask for "everybody with X surname" or an entire family group, or for hardcopies to be mailed. Should the book prove useful, we can provide the author's address and ordering information if the book is not out of print. Volunteers will endeavor to get a written statement from each copyright holder which stipulates which books may be used for lookups.
Hint: If you write to another country and expect a reply, send an international reply coupon available from the Post Office. This coupon is exchangeable in any country of the Universal Postal Union for one or more postage stamps representing the minimum postage for a priority item or unregistered letter sent by air to a foreign country.