The Randolph County Circuit Clerk's Office has
deeds, mortgages, naturalizations, military discharges (only on
individuals who recorded their discharges), criminal/civil court records
(circuit), land dispute records (chancery), divorce, addition/subdivision
plats/surveys, commercial credit leins-federal & state leins, deputations
& commissions, performance bonds, indictment records, cemetery deeds,
Randolph Lodge #71, Randolph Memorial Gardens, other miscellaneous records
- wills & death, and circuit and
chancery court records. The fee is unknown, but they will copy
and mail records.
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE has Tax Receipts, Tax books back to 1800's, Disabled Veterans and Land Tax sales.
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE has Current Real and Person Property Records.
COUNTY JUDGE'S OFFICE has Old Road Records and Ordinances and Court Orders.
HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Correspondence concerning subscriptions,
editorial matter, contributions and genealogical questions may be
directed to the above address. Annual membership dues are $15.00.
Memberships are valid for one calendar year. The RC Historical
and Genealogical Society publishes the Randolph County Review.
This publication is provided without a fee to it's members..
Single copies for non-members are available for $7.00 per copy.
The Randolph County Historical and Genealogical Society does
research for a small fee. If you need help in the Randolph County
area, send your questions along with a self-addressed, stamped
envelope to the address above. Please be as specific as possible
and include any dates you may have. Fees are: $2.00 per hour and
$0.25 a copy. There are many records available
in the library and a vounteer will look through them for you. For
more information, write to the above address, or email
HOURS: M, T 10am-7pm; W, TH, F 9am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm
MICROFILM HOLDINGS IN THE RANDOLPH COUNTY LIBRARY
MICROFILM UNRELATED TO RANDOLPH COUNTY
CENSUS INDEXES AND OTHER STATE RESOURCES (TEXT FORM)
OTHER RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN THE GENEALOGY ROOM AT THE RANDOLPH COUNTY LIBRARY
Randolph County, Arkansas Marriages, 1821 - 1893, by Burton Ray Knotts, 1995, (includes 5284 marriages from marriage books A1, A2, and 1-9).
Cemeteries and Burial Sites of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Margaret A. Barnhart, published by Pegasearch, 1988 (including nearby cemeteries outside Randolph County).
Randolph County History - The History of Randolph County, Arkansas, compiled by Regina Cook, Project Director, with the assistance with Euple Riney, Ruthan Riney, Nancy Riney, Bea Hearn & Jamie Cook, published by Curtis Media Corporation, 1992.
History of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Lawrence Dalton, published 1946 (1st edition).
Index of names for Lawrence Dalton's History of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Margaret A. Barnhart, 1981.
1910 Directory of Randolph County, Arkansas, published by Star Herald Printing Company, by L. F. Blankenship, second printing 1978.
Index to the L. F. Blankenship 1910 Directory of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Margaret A. Barnhart.
1890 "Census" of Randolph County Arkansas as Constructed from the Personal Property Tax List, transcribed and indexed by Burton Ray Knotts, 1985.
A History of the Congregation Worshipping at Sutton Schoolhouse Commonly Known as New Hope Church as kept by the Church Historian, 1867 - 1913, prepared Francis L. and Carolyn Pratt, St. Louis, MO (no date).
St. Paul's Church, 1868-1923 - 125 Years, published by St. Paul' Church
History of the First Baptist Church - Pocahontas, Arkansas, by Ruth Tyer, compiled Feb, 1994 from Information by Mrs. Vera Price Wyatt and Mrs. Minnie Mays.
Pocahontas Centennial Incorporated, Randolph County Arkansas - 1856-1956, published by Pocahontas Chamber of Commerce, 1956.
In the Long Ago - Photos of Randolph County, Arkansas, published by the Star Herald Printing Company, Inc., no publication date.
Playful Pocahontas Pictures, the Centenni Alive City, copyright 1956 by Daly Holt, Pocahontas.
Pocahontas Highschool Chieftain Yearbook - 22 volumes, starting with 1960 (years vary)
Maynard Highschool Yearbook - 7 volumes (years vary)
St. Paul's Highschool Yearbook - 8 volumes (years vary)
The Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeastern Arkansas - Greene, Clay, Fulton, Craighead, Randolph, Mississippi, Poinsett, Independence, Sharp, and Izard Counties, published by the Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889.
Lawrence County Cemeteries 1968 - 1990, by Lawrence County Retired Teachers Association - a County Unit of Arkansas Retired Teachers Association, no publication date.
Alphabetical Census of Randolph County, Arkansas - 1850, by Margaret A. Barnhart.
Alphabetical Censuses of Randolph County, Arkansas - 1850-1860-1870, by Margaret A. Barnhart.
Alphabetical Census of Randolph County, Arkansas - 1880, by Margaret A. Barnhart.
1900 Federal Census - Greene County, Arkansas, published by the Greene County Historical and Genealogical Society, Paragould, Arkansas.
1870 Federal Census of Craighead County, Arkansas, extracted from microfilm by R. L. and Flossie and Dunnam.
Everton's Genealogical Helper, (1979 - 1991 some missing).
NEW! Land and Property Research in the United States, by E. Wade Home, 1997.
NEW! Genealogy Online, Researching Your Roots through the Internet, by Elizabeth Powell Crowe, 1997.
NEW! How to get the Most out of Death Certificates, by Caroline Billingsley and Desmond Walls Allen.
FAMILY HISTORY PUBLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH RANDOLPH COUNTY
The Jordan BALL Family 1825-1994 (BRIDGES included in back), Compiled by Wilma Shelton Easley, May 4, 1994, Ennis, TX.
Joel BLANCETT and Some Descendants, no author or date.
James BOWERS Descendants, New Jersey to Arkansas, by Flodelle Hooton Gates, 1988.
Some of the Ancestors and Some of the Descendants of Henry BURTON, Revolutionary War Soldier, and John BURTON, Revolutionary War Seaman, by Tilford A. Jones, 1990.
DeCLERK, SCHMIDT and Related Families of Randolph County, Arkansas, by M. C. Knotts and B. R. Knotts, 1988.
George Porter GREGORY and Some Descendants, by Norman Thomas Blansett.
Colonel Joseph HARDIN of Davidsonville, 1784-1826, by Marion Stark Craig, M.D., 1972.
HUFSTEDLER Family and Allied Families Believed to be Descendants of Michael Hochstaedter, 1736 - 1974, by Lena Jo Kelly Glaser, published 1974.
KINDER Family, by Everett Dewey Henson, 1926.
The KNOTTS Family of Randolph County, AR and Allied Families, compiled by Gladys Knotts Reynolds and Burton Ray Knotts, Sprint, 1981.
KNOTTS and WALROND Families of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Burton Ray Knotts, 1991
Descendants of Nathaniel and John McCARROLL, by John Richard McCarroll, Waco, Texas, 1989.
Reminiscent History of the Ancestors and Descendants of Alfred Waters METHENY, 1857-1906, by Arlie Metheny, 1987.
William Mills METHENY and Some Descendants, by Norman Thomas Blansett
A Discriminative Study of the PHILLIPS-HOLT Families from Whom Joe A. Phillips of Harrisburg, Arkansas descended, compiled by Annette Phillips Williams, Portageville, Missouri.
PRATT/DUNN/HALL/GIBSON/RUSSELL Families of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Gloria Murray, 1120 Cottonwood Court, Pryor, OK 74361, July 1991.
REEVES (Reaves, Ryves, Rives)/VERDEIR and Related Families, by Carl LeRoy Reeves, Dec. 1992, St. Louis, Missouri.
SAGO/ULMER Families of Randolph County, Arkansas, by Gladys Knotts Reynolds and Burton Ray Knotts, 1985.
TYLER - Our Family, Dedicated to my Grandfather John Rayburn Tyler 1873 - 1932, by Becky Tyler Palazola, 1994 (3rd printing).
The WYATTS of Allington - A History of a Noble Family for more than 9 centuries in Germany. France, England, and America, compiled by Oscar E. Wyatt, Bono, Arkansas.