Arkansas

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General

See also these surnames: Burris, Davis, Faires, Hartsell/Hartzell, Inman, McCollough, Taylor.

"1880 Census for AR." GB4

Ashley Co.

"1850 Ashley Co., AR. Census." S-K Publications. GB4

Benton Co.

"Benton County Pioneer: 100th Anniversary Battle of Pea Ridge." Benton County Historical Society (Arkansas), 1962. The book lists some of soldiers who fought on both sides of the Battle of Pea Ridge including Stand Watie's men, 4th Arkansas, federal soldiers under Curtis, Confederate soldiers buried in Benton County,some pension records and histories. DAS1

Calhoun Co.

"Men and Women in the Armed Forces from Dallas County, Fordyce, Arkansas." Book put together by American Legion Auxiliary of the Claude Bradley Post No. 78. Published by Southern Publishing Co. Camden, Arkansas. Photos and Family information of Veterans from Dallas and Calhoun Counties, Arkansas. It resembles a school yearbook and it has photos and information of hundreds of Vetertans of W.W.2 from Dallas and Cahoun Counties. My Father and Uncle are listed in this book as well as other relatives. KA4

Carrol Co.

See also under these surnames: Allen.

"Carroll County Families: These Were The First." Carroll County Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc & Jim Lair - published 1991. Unbelievable amount of family history. Over 700 pages, the book is about 9 inches by 16 inches, a very large book. There is an index of surnames, but will need specific information. I can scan pages and send them. These are but a few of the surnames - the index itself is 80 pages long! Some of the Surnames: Allread - Armer - Bailey - Baker - Ball - Blevins - Bunch - Carmack - Carter - Chrisman - Clifton - Cox - Davidson - Eib - Ellison - Flodberg - Fry - Freeman - Gage - Gentry -Graf - Gum - Hamilton - Hittson - Houp - Hurt - Jenne - Lair - Langston - Lasley - Leathers - Luke - McCollough & McCullough - Meek - Moore - McKinney - Nelson - Ogle - Pace - Purselly - Queen - Rex - Roberts - Robinette - Schell - Sietz - Sisco - Smith - Smull - Snow - Standlee - Sugg - TePool - Torok - Wood - Wright. JB13

Clark Co.

"1850 Clark Co., AR. Census." S-K Publications. GB4

"Clark County Cemeteries, Vol 1 - Gurdon Area." Clark County Historical Association (self-publ), 2009. Contains an index of individuals buried in the following cemeteries, with dates of birth and death, if known: Bear, Bierne, Bethel Springs, Brown, Center Ridge, CC Poor Farm, Copeland Ridge, Davis, Decipher, Easley, Greenville, Gum Springs, Hart's Chapel, Kansas, Jane Lyons, Jenkins, Lard, Mitchell, Mt. Friendship, Pawley, Randolph, Richwoods, Rose Hedge, Rose Hill, Sandy Crossing, Shady Grove, Smith, South Fork, Springhill, Stroud, Vaden and Whelen Springs. In some entries, gravestone transcription is provided. D4

"Clark County Cemeteries, Vol II - Arkadelphia Area." Clark County Historical Association (self-publ), 2009. Contains an index of individuals buried in the following cemeteries, with dates of birth and death, if known: Arnold, Barkman, Bell, Bridges, Buck, Burris/Burroughs, Caddo Valley, Carter, Cash, Chambers, Clayborn Chapel, Conger, Cryer, DeGray, Edwards, Feaster, Freeman, Geheb, Hart, Heard, Helms, Jarman Grove, Jenkins, Johnston, Langley, Lee, Magnolia Manor, Manning, McClure, Mitchell, Nunn, Rest Haven, Richland, Richmond Hill, Rogers, Rose Hill, Ross, Shady Grove, Shiloh, Stage Coach, Stephens, Stroope, Unity, Wilson and Yarbrough In some entries, gravestone transcription is provided. D4

"Clark County Cemeteries, Vol. IV - Amity Area." Clark County Historical Association (self-publ), 2010. Contains an index of individuals buried in the following cemeteries, with dates of birth and death, if known: Alpine, Amity Methodist, Atlee, Berry, Bethsadia, Brushy, Buck, Callaway/Holder, Dillard, Piney/Francis, Franklin, Freeman/Greene/ Friendship, Garner, Golden, Hawkins, Haygood, Hill/Chalybeate Valley, Holder, Humphrey, Jack's Creek, Jones, Jordan/Shirley, New Hope, Oak Grove, Osborn/Nutt, Shiloh, Skyline Graves, Straightway, Sweet Home, Thomason/Huffman, Thompson Chapel, Wheeler/White, Wingfield and Young. In some entries, gravestone transcription is provided. D4

"Through the Eyes of Farrar Newberry - Clark County, Arkansas." Clark County Historical Association (self-publ), 2002. Compilation of historic Calrk County information extracted from newspaper articles and three books written by Farrar Newberry. Included are some oral histories, information about historic documents and historic sites no longer available in print elsewhere. There is an alphabetized surname index included with the book. D4

Cleburne Co.

"CLEBURNE COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORD BOOKS ONE THROUGH FOUR 1883-1907." compiled by FRED CLARK. Cleburne County Historical Society. Groom and Bride list of marriages including ages, place of residence, marriage date and bondsman. LLS

Cleveland Co.

"Cleveland County, Arkansas Cemetery Records, Vol. 3." Cleveland County Extension Homemakers Council; Nowling Printing; 1996. Cemeteries and locations are listed with alphabetical listings of tombstone headings with dates. I cannot determine if couples are buried together. T9

"Cleveland County Arkansas: Our History and Heritage," Vol. 1, 2006. Cleveland County Historical and Genealogical Society, 2006. Compilation of family histories; some are more complete than others; a few include photos. Most include name and address of submitter also. T9

Conway Co.

"Cemeteries of Conway County," Vol. 2. The Conway County Genealogical Association, 1997. Cemeteries: ELMWOOD, HAPPY BEND, HILL FAMILY, LEWISBURG, OAK GROVE, ODD FELLOW, OLD LEWISBURG, PLEASANT HILL, RIGGS, ROSE OF SHARON, SACRED HEART, WEST ON POOR FARM ROAD. D24

Craighead Co.

"History of Craighead County, Arkansas." Harry Lee Williams, Parke-Harper Co., Little Rock, Ark. 1930. Covers earliest period of this county, including Arkansas Territory; Old Land Grants, Indians; Greene County, Poinsett County, Cross County, St. Francis County, Jackson County, Mississippi County, Crittenden County, Independence County, and Randolph County; New Madrid Earthquake; Pioneer Roads and Ferries; First Steamboats; Early Church History; First Settlers; Jonesboro; The First Census; Old Cemeteries. TLF

Crawford Co.

"Cemeteries of Van Buren, Arkansas thru 1997." SL9

"Crawford county Arkansas World War II Veterans." Crawford co. Friends of Genealogy, 2008. This book is on the Veterans that have served in the WWII. It gives a short summary on our men and women Vets of Crawford co that is listed some with pictures. RF

"History of Crawford County, Arkansas with Biographical Appendix." Historical Preservation Association of Crawford co., July 2001. Republished by: Crawford co Friends of Genealogy, July 2008. This book is about the History and people of Crawford co. This history is based upon historical fact combined with local tradition. RF

"History in Headstones Crawford County Cemetery Updates," Vol 1-4. by Crawford County genealogical Society, c. 1998. Cemetery Updates for Crawford co that lists name of person,date and what cemetery he/she is buried. sometimes it gives military service information. RF

Dallas Co.

"Men and Women in the Armed Forces from Dallas County, Fordyce, Arkansas." Book put together by American Legion Auxiliary of the Claude Bradley Post No. 78. Published by Southern Publishing Co. Camden, Arkansas. Photos and Family information of Veterans from Dallas and Calhoun Counties, Arkansas. It resembles a school yearbook and it has photos and information of hundreds of Vetertans of W.W.2 from Dallas and Cahoun Counties. My Father and Uncle are listed in this book as well as other relatives. KA4

Faulkner Co.

"Faulkner County, Arkansas, 1778-1964." Robert L. Gatewood, The Faulkner Press, 1964. A history of Faulkner County, Arkansas (indexed). Appendixes include lists of judges, mayors, Confederate veterans, Spanish-American war veterans,and casualties of World Wars I and II. SWP

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Hendrix College yearbook, 1965 & 66, "The Troubadour." MF1

Garland Co.

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Grant Co.

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Greene Co.

"1850 Census of Greene Co., Arkansas." copyright [c] 1989 by: S-K Publications. SL5

Hot Springs Co.

"1850 U.S. Census for Hot Spring Co., AR." GB4

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Jefferson Co.

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Johnson Co.

"Northwest Arkansas Connections, Selected Obituaries Book 5," by Jimmie and Doris Evans Dewberry. Published by Arkansas Research Inc, P O Box 303, Conway Ar 72033. Contains obits from about 1946-2006 mostly 70's, 80's and 90's. SJK

Logan Co.

"Logan County, Arkansas Marriage Records 1877-1924." SL9

Lonoke Co.

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Madison Co.

"Family Maps of Madison County, Arkansas." Gregory A. Boyd, J.D. Shows original Homesteads in relationship to other families. A16

"Madison County [Arkansas] Cemeteries, Volume IV." Compiled by Hope Hodgdon Creek, Madison County Genealogical & Historical Society, March 2001, Revised October 2001. Cemeteries in the Southeast Corner of County, including Atkins, Boston, Dutton, Jones, Kilgore, Liberty/Sisemore/Williams, Radford/Freewill (nr Red Star), Pine Grove (nr Spoke Plant), Watson/Pettigrew, Evans (Johnson County) cemeteries and the single grave on the John White Homesite. The books not only list the people buried in the cemeteries but also the known ancestry and decendancy of the individuals. A16

"Madison County [Arkansas] Cemeteries, Volume V." Compiled by Hope Hodgdon Creek, Madison County Genealogical & Historical Society, Spring 2003. Includes Bolinger, Burk, Carpenter, Cove, Eagle Gap, Fields, Mt. Olive, Ogden, Old Bethel at Red Star, Reeves (Newton Co) Sparks/Light, Venus and Williams nr Dripping Springs & the Squire Williams Family cemeteries. The books not only list the people buried in the cemeteries but also the known ancestry and decendancy of the individuals. A16

"Northwest Arkansas Connections, Selected Obituaries Book 5," by Jimmie and Doris Evans Dewberry. Published by Arkansas Research Inc, P O Box 303, Conway Ar 72033. Contains obits from about 1946-2006 mostly 70's, 80's and 90's. SJK

Marion Co.

"Genealogies of Marion County Families 1811-1900." Compiled and edited by Vicki A. Roberts and Mysty T. McPherson, published by Historic Genealogical Society of Marion County Arkansas, 1997. Genealogies of people of Marion County that were gathered from the people there or sent in by descendants. In most cases, sources are also cited, but only for the entire genealogy and not each individual person. RM5

"Northwest Arkansas Connections, Selected Obituaries Book 5," by Jimmie and Doris Evans Dewberry. Published by Arkansas Research Inc, P O Box 303, Conway Ar 72033. Contains obits from about 1946-2006 mostly 70's, 80's and 90's. SJK

Nevada Co.

"Marriages Nevada County, Arkansas 1871-1901." The Hempstead County Genealogical Society. Includes bride index. LDM

Newton Co.

"History of Newton County Arkansas." Walter F. Lackey, Newton County Historical Society, 1950. General history of Newton County, Arkansas. It is indexed by surname. A16

"Northwest Arkansas Connections, Selected Obituaries Book 5," by Jimmie and Doris Evans Dewberry. Published by Arkansas Research Inc, P O Box 303, Conway Ar 72033. Contains obits from about 1946-2006 mostly 70's, 80's and 90's. SJK

Perry Co.

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

Pope Co.

"Cemeteries of the Buttermilk, Griffin Flat and Pea Ridge Communities in Pope County, AR." James and Alta Ballard, C L and Lina Boyd, Randy and Cathy Duvall (self-publ., no date). Contains indices of burials in the following Pope Co cemeteries: Crossroads, Ford, Guest, McCarley, Shady Grove, Suggs, Tate, and Thompson Chapel. These indices were created from using old transcriptions, as well as actually walking the cemeteries in question. In some cases, genealogical information was added to entries where known, i.e., parents, siblings and offspring. D4

"Cemeteries of Center Valley and Gumlog Communities in Pope Co., AR." James and Alta Ballard, C L and Lina Boyd, Randy and Cathy Duvall (self-publ., 1996). Indices of burials in the following Pope County cemeteries: Davis Chapel, Ennis, Ewing, Indian, Old Baptist, Unknown, and Wash Duvall. These indices were created from using old transcriptions, as well as actually walking the cemeteries in question. In some cases, genealogical information was added to entries where known, i.e., parents, siblings and offspring. D4

"Cemeteries of the East Fork, Fork Mountain, and Heactor Area of Pope County, AR." James and Alta Ballard, C L and Lina Boyd (self-publ., 1996-1998). Contains indices of burials in the following Pope Co cemeteries: Carr, Eddy, Ellis, Forks of the Creek, Hill, Hughes, Kelley, McAlister, Napier, New Hope at Lost Corner, Nogo, Old Baptist at Hector, Old Rock Springs, Price at Hector, Rock Springs, Sinclair, Tripp, Williams at Hector, Williams at Welcome Home, and Wolf. These indices were created from using old transcriptions, as well as actually walking the cemeteries in question. In some cases, genealogical information was added to entries where known, i.e., parents, siblings and offspring. D4

"Cemeteries north and northeast of Atkins, Pope Co., AR." James and Alta Ballard, C L and Lina Boyd, Randy and Cathy Duvall (self-publ., 1996). Contains indices of burials in the following Pope Co cemeteries: Bewley at Gumlog, Childers, Dixon and Oakland (Atkins). These indices were created from using old transcriptions, as well as actually walking the cemeteries in question. In some cases, genealogical information was added to entries where known, i.e., parents, siblings and offspring. D4

"Cemeteries north of Atkins, Pope Co., AR." James and Alta Ballard, C L and Lina Boyd, Randy and Cathy Duvall (self-publ., 1996). Contains indices of burials in the following Pope Co cemeteries: Shiloh and St. Joe. These indices were created from using old transcriptions, as well as actually walking the cemeteries in question. In some cases, genealogical information was added to entries where known, i.e., parents, siblings and offspring. D4

"History of Pope County, Arkansas, Vol. I." Pope County Historical Association, Jostens Publishing Co., 1979. Family, community, church and school histories; Pope County officials 1829-1978. SWP

"History of Pope County, Arkansas, Vol. II." Pope County Historical Association, Jostens Publishing Co., 1981. Family, community, church and school histories. SWP

Pulaski Co.

"The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas." The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889. From the title page: "A condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a brief descriptive history of each of the counties above named, and numerous biographical sketches of the prominent citizens." Indexed. SWP

"Mount Holly Cemetery Burial Index -- 1843-1993." Sybil F. Crawford & Mary Fletcher Worthen; August House, Inc; 1993. Listing of all legible tombstones with some annotations regarding lineages and other comments. Please give specific names to the best of your ability for look-ups. Limit request to 3 names. KWD

Scott Co.

"Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Scott County, Arkansas." Southern Publishing Company 1891/ Hearthstone Legacy Publications. This book contains historical, geographical, and biographical information of Scott County from its settlement to 1891 and county maps from 1855, 1895, 1898, and 1915. Family biographies include the following surnames: Allen * Arrington * Bird * Brown * Chiles * Climer * Crutchfield * Dickens * Dixon * Dollens * Duncan * Finley * Gilbreath * Glass * Goddard * Hall * Hanes * Hawkins * Helms * Henderson * Hon * Hough * James * Johnson * Keener * Kennon * Leming * Looper * Lynch * Malone * May * Millard * Mitchell * Morgan * Oliver * Partin * Rawlings * Robson * Rose * Roth * Sanders * Sanford * Self * Sessions * Slover * Smith * Stanford * Sullivan * Taylor * Turner * Vaughn * Vise * Wilson * Wolf * Wood * Workman. N4

Sharp Co.

"A History of Cave City Arkansas." Cave City History Committee , Windmill Publications 2001. DH15

Van Buren Co.

"1930 Federal Census." Census for Van Buren and Washington Counties in Arkansas. LLS

"CEMETERIES OF VAN BUREN COUNTY, ARKANSAS." Van Buren County Historical Society. Index of person intered in cemeteries of Van Buren County, Arkansas. LLS

"Bride's Marriage Index 1865-1991 Van Buren County, Arkansas." Van Buren County Historical Society. List of Marriage in Van Buren County Arkansas 1865-1991 by Bride's name. LLS

"Groom's Marriage Index 1865-1991." Van Buren County Historical Society. Groom's Marriage Index for Van Buren County, Arkansas 1865-1991. LLS

"A History of Van Buren County (Arkansas)." Ruby Neal Clark, Mae Shull Holloway, Eleanor Bowling Ryman, Alma Dean Stroud, River Road Press, Conway, Arkansas Description: General history of Van Buren County, Arkansas. I also own the surname index. A16

Washington Co.

"1930 Federal Census." Census for Van Buren and Washington Counties in Arkansas. LLS

"Cemeteries of Washington County, Arkansas," Vol VI. NW Arkansas Genealogical Society, 1983. Black Oak, Blackburn, Brentwood, Coil, Collier, Episcopal, Fall Creek, Funkhouser, Ganderville, Hash, Hutch, Kinnibrugh, McGarrah, Mountain View, Oak Grove, Parks, Sunset, Terry Family, Union Star, West Fork, Woolsey, and Zinnamon cemeteries. B14

"Cemeteries of Washington County, Arkansas," Vol VII. NW Arkansas Genealogical Society, 1984. Fairview Memorial Gardens, Hazel Valley, Nickell Family Cemetery, Salem, Smith, Stokenbury, Thomas, Tuttle and Union Point cemeteries. B14

"Cemeteries of Washington County, Arkansas," Vol VIII. NW Arkansas Genealogical Society, 1985. Mineral Springs, White House, Campbell, Williford, Steele Graveyard, Evergreen, Kelton or Winslow, Tharp, Highland, and Low Gap cemeteries. B14

"History of Washington County, Arkansas." Shiloh Museum; Phillips Litho Co; 1989. PEP