Johnson County, Arkansas Census, 1860

by Bobbie J. McLane

Publisher: Arkansas Ancestors

Written in English
Published: Pages: 157 Downloads: 418
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  • Biography / Autobiography
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11472001M
ISBN 10092960458X
ISBN 109780929604589
OCLC/WorldCa27432952

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Johnson County was created 16 November from Pope n County Sheriff's Office; Johnson County's boundary changed on 22 March due to the newly created Logan seat: Clarksville For animated maps illustrating Johnson County county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Arkansas County.

United States Census (Slave Schedule), Johnson County (Source: FamilySearch) United States Census, Johnson County (Source: FamilySearch) Slave Schedules (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Federal Census Johnson County, Arkansas. According to the Johnson County, Arkansas census report, they had Elizabeth (), William A (), and John W () Smith living with them.

William, John, and Joseph () were enumerated with Daniel on the Johnson County, Arkansas census report. Daniel Smith left a will that was presented to the Johnson County.

The U.S. Census Slave Schedules for Arkansas County, Arkansas (NARA microfilm series M, Roll 53) reportedly includes a total of 4, slaves. This transcription includes 25 slaveholders who held 50 or more slaves in Arkansas County, accounting for 2, slaves, or 51% of the County.

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Includes these focused areas of research: Randolph County, Arkansas; Johnson County, Arkansas; Franklin County, Arkansas; Knox County, Kentucky; Logan County, Oklahoma; Canadian County, Oklahoma; and Grayson County.

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Johnson County is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population The county seat is Clarksville. Johnson County is Arkansas's 30th county, formed on Novemfrom a portion of Pope County and named for Benjamin Johnson, a Territorial Judge.

It is an alcohol prohibition or dry county. The Ada Mills Bridge links the Arkansas. Federal Population Census - Microfilm Catalog Federal Population Censuses - Part 4.

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Originally developed as a railroad town, Knoxville is crossed by both U.S. Highway 64 and Interstate The Arkansas River Valley has long been inhabited, as can be seen by rock art that still exists in Johnson County.

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Probate court records: wills, estate settlements, deeds, tax list, census. The Research of Genealogist Janet Horne, Vol Old Town Cemetery Book; contains list of persons buried in Old Town Cemetery, Church Street, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, along. Johnson County has been the location of much of the state’s coal mining as well as one of the centers of the state’s peach northern section of Johnson County is located within the Boston Mountains, which consists of the entire southern boundary of the Arkansas.

SK Publications PO Box Wichita KS PHONE () FAX () E-Mail: [email protected] Title: Population of the United States in Arkansas Author: U.S. Census Bureau Created Date: 10/22/ PM. Johnson County is the most populous county in the U.S. State of y suburban, the county contains a number of suburbs of Kansas City, Missouri including Overland Park, the second most populous city in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.

Its county seat is Olathe. As of the census, the county. Census Franklin County, Arkansas- Incomplete at USGenWeb (missing pages A through plus slave schedules) Click here for my extract of the missing census pages Census Mulberry, Franklin County, Arkansas.

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The purpose of this book is to help persons researching residents of Johnson County in It contains pages of census as shown on the Federal rolls and the mortality tables as shown on the state copy of the Federal census of. FamilySearch Wiki. Search. Johnson County, Arkansas Genealogy.The federal census shows Fayetteville population to be people, a 63 percent increase over the previous decade’s census.

The collections at Mullins Library include manuscripts, books and photographs, much of which relates to Arkansas history. Washington County Arkansas. According to the Johnson County, Arkansas census report, they had Elizabeth (), William A (), and John W () Smith living with them.

William, John, and Joseph () were enumerated with Daniel on the Johnson County, Arkansas census report. Daniel Smith left a will that was presented to the Johnson County .