County Resources, Searcy County
Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1976-2005 on CD
Index to Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1976-2005
If you're wishing for the full obituaries? Well, the books listed below have photocopies of each of the obits. Read on...
Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1976-1981
Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1982-1987
Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1988-1993
Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1994-1999
Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 2000-2005
SET of all 5 books: Marshall Mountain Wave Obituaries, Searcy County, Arkansas, 1976-2005
Arkansas Land Patents: Searcy County
What are land patents? All of what is now Arkansas was once owned by the federal government--it is a public domain land state. People who purchased land from the federal government received documents called land patents. Land was obtained through purchase, military warrants, homesteads, scrip acts and other laws that allowed the land to be transferred out of federal hands. The paperwork generated in those sales can be very helpful to genealogists. Copies of the land patents make interesting additions to published family histories but the land entry case files are most apt to have helpful details about families or clues that help piece together information from other sources.
What information is included? The county volumes of land patents list patentee's name, volume and page of the patent book, land office, document and miscellaneous document numbers, type of transaction, precise legal description, and number of acres. Introductory information describes in great detail how to get copies of the patents and land entry case files, how to use other land record sources, how to integrate the information with other sources, what is found in a typical homestead case file, where and when the Arkansas land offices operated, and a selected bibliography. County maps are also included. The time period covered by this information is earliest settlement through 30 June 1908. Information from 156,784 patent documents is included. These county volumes are based on current-day county boundaries.
Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications from Carroll, Baxter, Boone, Madison, Marion, Newton and Searcy Counties
This book is an index to Confederate veterans who applied for pensions from the State of Arkansas. Information includes: veteran's name, widow or mother's name, company, unit, year(s) of enrollment, county from which applied and death dates of the veteran and his widow. Also included is a list of pensioners granted awards through legislative acts and a list of residents of the Confederate Home. Pensioners in this book are cross-referenced to the 1911 Arkansas Confederate Veteran census. A detailed summary of pension legislation and suggestions for further research are included. Pensions were based on the state of residence at the time of eligibility.
Arkansas State Donation and Swamp Lands: Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Fulton, Izard, Madison, Marion, Newton, Searcy, and Stone Counties
See our detailed explanation about donation and swamp lands under our "Land Records" category. (Then click your "back" browser button to return to this page.)
Or buy this book in .pdf with electronic delivery (no shipping), ISBN 978-1-56546-545-9, $8.95
Index to Arkansas' World War I Soldiers from Baxter, Fulton, Izard, Marion, Searcy, Stone, and Van Buren Counties
FREE Searcy County Death Record Indexes
The following links lead you to death record indexes for specified time periods. The information in these indexes is taken straight from Arkansas Health Department records. Click here to visit the Health Department's website for more information about ordering a death certificate. We've been selling this information in book form for some time, but have decided to make it available free to all our cousins researching our Arkansas ancestors. Click here to see details about the books.
Remember, just like in horseshoes and nuclear war, "close" counts when it comes to spelling.County Death Record Index 1914-1923
Searcy County was created: 13
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