Jasper County, Mississippi Genealogy & History

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Jasper County was formed in 1833 out of Jones and Wayne Counties.
Jasper County has two county seats, Bay Springs (Western District) and Paulding (Eastern District).
In 1932 the Paulding courthouse burned.

 
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I am your new county coordinator, Diane Payne.

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Cemeteries in Jasper CountyUpdated!

Census Records & Mortality Schedules

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Court Records

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Deed & Land Records

Family Album

History of Jasper CountyNew!

Maps of Jasper County & Region

Military Histories & Records

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This site is dedicated to my husband Larry G. Evans and his Jasper County ancestors
Grandparents Reece Evans & Edora Graham
Great-grandparents Thomas Graham & Emma Pruitt
Great-great-grandparents Robert Pruitt & Harriett Reed
Great-great-grandparents Nathan Graham & Charolette

"In all of us there is a hunger marrow deep,
to know our heritage, to know who we are,
and where we have come from."

Alex Haley
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