WELCOME TO SCOTT COUNTY
ARKANSAS

Scott County was formed November 5, 1833, from an area that was once Pulaski County and later Crawford and Pope Counties. The county was named for Judge Andrew Scott. Check here for more information about changes in county lines & to view photographs of county buildings & county TOWNSHIP MAPS. On May 22, 1882 a courthouse fire destroyed all county records. In spite of that, I hope you will find useful information in the records and indexes posted below.


SCOTT COUNTY MAILING LIST

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SCOTT COUNTY RESEARCH LINKS

Lookups | Publications | Other Publications
Queries | Surnames
Scott County Township Maps
Scott County Historical & Genealogical Society
Planning a Scott County Research Trip?
Links to our Neighboring Counties
Charlene Holland Memorial Page

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SCOTT COUNTY RECORDS AND INDEXES

1850 Agricultural Census
1880 Agricultural Census
Biographies
Cemeteries
Cemetery Lookups
Census Indexes, 1850 - 1940
City Directory, 1884
Civil War Pension Files
Confederate Veterans 1911 Census, Index
Coroner's Inquisitions, Index
Divorces, Index 1882 - 1912
Family Bible Records
Family Records
Historical Items of Interest, Letters, Lists, Petitions, Photos, etc.
Homestead Applications
Inventories of Estates, 1881-1913, Index
Marriage Index, 1882-1974
Marriages, Pre-1882
Mortality Schedules, 1850, 1860, 1870 & 1880
Newspapers
Obituaries
Penitentiary Records for Scott Co. 1918-1920
Photos of Scott Co. Ancestors
Photos of Scott Co. Churches
Photos, Miscellaneous
Photos of Scott Co. Schools & Class Groups
Photos of Scott Co. Tombstones
School Censuses
Scott County ARGenWeb Archives
Unidentified Photos, Can You Help?
World War I Discharges
World War I Draft Registrants
World War II Registrants
Will Book A Index

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GENEALOGY AND RESEARCH LINKS

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ARGenWeb Home Page
Arkansas Birth & Death Certificates, Ordering
Arkansas Civil War Muster Rolls
Arkansas History Commission
Arkansas Source Info
Bates Community, Scott County, Arkansas
BLM Land Records
Census Online-Links to Online Census Records
Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System Search Form
Down on Dutch Creek
Family Search Organization
National Archives Genealogy
Scott County Early History & Population Statistics
Search USGenWeb
Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives
USGenWeb Home Page
Waldron War of the 1870s

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Delaine Edwards, County Coordinator

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