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The ARGenWeb Project - Arkansas Home

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  • Brief History of Arkansas In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory.
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AR Counties

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  • Brief History of Arkansas In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory.
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County Links

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  • Brief History of Arkansas In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory.
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White County Genealogy

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  • Brief History of Arkansas In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory.
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Arkansas

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  • Brief History of Arkansas In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory.
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Sebastian Co., AR Genealogy

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  • Brief History of Arkansas In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was acquired by the United States, and, in 1819, Arkansas was organized as a territory.
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Greene County, Arkansas © 1998-2017 ~ Sandy Hardin ...

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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Cemeteries

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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Marriages

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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Census

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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Obituaries

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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Surnames

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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Family Records

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  • Greene County was formed on November 5, 1833 out of portions of Lawrence County, Arkansas and contained portions of present Poinsett County in 1838, Craighead County in 1859, and Clay County in 1873. The county was named after Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene.
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The ARGenWeb Project - County List

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  • Arkansas Counties Selection List National Association of Counties - cities in a particular county, county seats, and courthouse addresses plus more!. C lickable ...
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Welcome to the Arkansas County, ARGenWeb Project!

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  • Arkansas County has rich history and is the oldest county in Arkansas. Arkansas County was the only area west of the Mississippi (1873) to have an American Revolutionary battle take place ( e-Reference Desk, Arkansas County ).
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ARGenWeb Lonoke County, Arkansas

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  • MAP OF LONOKE COUNTY ARKANSAS IN 1895 Lonoke is Located in central Arkansas. Lonoke County was created in 1873 from Pulaski and Prairie counties.
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Crittenden County, Arkansas, USGenWeb - argenweb.net

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  • Crittenden County was formed on October 22, 1825; the 12th county to be formed in Arkansas Territory. Crittenden County was named for Robert Crittenden, first Secretary of Arkansas Territory.
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Conway County, Arkansas - Part of the ARGenWeb Project

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  • WELCOME CONWAY COUNTY, ARKANSAS Genealogy. Conway County Coordinator Euna Beavers. Please be patient! This site is being reconstructed due to RootsWeb being down.
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Montgomery County ARGenWeb Project

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  • Welcome to the Montgomery County ARGenWeb Project. Keeping Internet Genealogy Free. Montgomery County is located in western central Arkansas with Mount Ida being the county seat. The county, 804 sq. miles, (515,210 acres) was formed from Hot Spring County 9 December, 1842 and named in honor of General Richard Montgomery of the Revolutionary War.
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GENEALOGY: Sharp County, Arkansas - argenweb.net

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  • SHARP COUNTY. Sharp County was formed in 1868 from Lawrence Co., AR. The first county seat was Evening Shade. The county seat changed to Hardy, AR. In 1965 the county seat changed again, to the present day Ash Flat, AR. Cherokee Village is known throughout for its retirement center. Hardy is visited by many tourists for the arts and crafts.
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White County Genealogy - The ARGenWeb Project

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  • Welcome to the Argenweb.net website of the White County Historical Society. My name is Paul V.Isbell and I am beginning to maintain the website August 2016 for the White County Historical Society.
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Jackson county - argenweb.net

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  • Early Marriages 1834-1875 listed by Bridegroom for Jackson County. Early marriages listed by Bride for Independence and Jackson County. MARRIAGES 1880-2000 FROM COUNTY CLERK THIS IS A SUPER SITE AND USE THE NAME FINDER. GOODSPEEDS-Biographies of Jackson Co. 1890Be sure to check this for Surnames
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