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Find genealogy records: Vital records (birth, marriage, death), census, cemeteries, probate, land, churches, newspapers, etc. for Johnson County, Arkansas.


Fall by the Mulberry RiverJohnson County, Arkansas
County Genealogy
Records and Information


Guide to Johnson County Arkansas genealogy records and information: Birth, marriage, death, census, family history, and military records.
County QuickStart:

African Americans

American Indians

Archives and Libraries

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Great records for genealogy and history are available for Johnson County. Click here for courthouse, Libraries, Family History Centers, and other repositories.

Bible Records

Biograpies

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Business Records

Cemeteries

Census

Church Records

Court Records

Directories

Emigration and Immigration

Ethnic Groups

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Funeral Homes

Gazetteers

Genealogy

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Guardianship

History

Local histories are available for {{{1}}} County. They may include biographies, church, school and government history, and military information. Click for a brief Timeline History of the county. For more about local histories, see Arkansas Local Histories.

Land and Property

Maps

Migration

Military Records

Naturalization and Citizenship

Newspapers



Finding More Arkansas Newspapers Additional newspapers abstracts can sometimes be found using search phrases such as AdkinsWH/Sandbox co format 3 newspapers in online catalogs like:

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Obituaries

Occupations

Periodicals

Probate Records

Public Records

Schools

Social Networking Groups

Societies

Taxation

Vital Records

Birth

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In 1877, a few county and city clerks[1] started keeping birth and death records.

In 1914, the state law required all county clerks to record births and forward them to the state.

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See also: • Arkansas Online Genealogy Records, • How to Find Arkansas Birth Records and • Arkansas Vital Records—Birth.

Marriage



Death



Divorce



Voting Registers

Websites

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See the County Websites page.

References

  1. such as Sebastian County (Fort Smith) and Pulaski County (Little Rock) (No entry in FamilySearch Catalog found for Pulaski County nor for Little Rock, Aug 2014)

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