This section lists the county associations from Craighead to Stone giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Their aims are to preserve and publish genealogical and historical data and to assist members with their genealogical research. They hope to give their members the knowledge they require to research their ancestry in the area and further afield.
The association's site contains an index to Divorce Records Eastern District: Lake City Courthouse 1884 - 1950 and Western District: Jonesobro Chancery Books 1878-1897. There are also indexes to Cemeteries and a Marriage Index listing residents of the area who married in other counties in the state.
Their site has a page dedicated to Little River Area Courthouse Records, which include:
Their site also contains a list of surnames currently being researched by their members, along with Family Group Sheets for the families of:
There is also a list of Early Settlers.
The association was established in 1990. The Courthouse burned to the ground in 1887, with the loss of all resources prior to that date, so they have asked members who have marriage information about their Marion Co. families to share what information they have, which has been added to the site.
Indexes are available on the site, including:
Publications are available for sale, which include:
The site also contains details of people currently being researched by the members.
The aims of the association are to develop an extensive library, publish and collect historical documents, and to preserve these documents for future generations.
Their site contains a list of Surnames currently being researched by members.
The association was established in 1986 and aims to preserve the Saline Co. history. Their Archive is located at 123 N. Market Street, Benton. Their resources include manuscripts, photographs and objects.
For further information please peruse their on-line catalogue of their resources.
Their aim is to preserve the history of Stone County for future generations. They maintain the Stone Co. Museum, the Edwin Luther Auditorium, and the Loy and Freda Daum Massey Research Room.
Their website contains:
There is also a list of Cemeteries in the area.