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Arkansas genealogy records can be one of the most effective ways to track down your family's past. The use of these records has grown in popularity over the last few years as individuals have started to conduct more searches for relatives and long lost family members. These records searches are also very popular for those looking for property records or wish to know about their family's legacy. It is a good idea to use multiple sources to find the information you need. This not only works as a verification tool but also helps you to find new sources of information.
As you search for genealogy records, take the time to use numerous sources. There are a few important places to start. For example, you may wish to look through cemetery records in the cities where you know family members lived. For example, check out Humble Hope Cemetery in Cleveland County, Dry Creek Cemetery in Lawrence County and Bratcher Cemetery as well. All contain records for those who were buried there. These records often contain important data, such as the name, birth and death dates as well as next of kin for those buried there.
Arkansas also conducted numerous censuses throughout is existence. You can use the data from some of these records to help you to fill in the blanks. A good option is the Arkansas 1910 Census, which is one of the largest and most thoroughly done in the state's existence.
If you are looking for Arkansas genealogy records older than 100 years, you may want to turn to the Vital Records department. This agency does not release records to anyone but the next of kin for birth and death records for those occurring less than 100 years ago. However, it does have some records on file for several hundred years. To contact them, visit in person or write to the agency at the following address:
Arkansas Department of Health Division of Vital Records
Slot 44
4815 West Markham Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
It is also possible to contact the agency by phone at 501 661-2174. You may be told to make a formal written request for information. You may be able to do this and then fax it to the following number: 501 663-2832. This agency has birth and death records on file at the state level since 1881, though not all periods have complete files.
If you are still looking for Arkansas genealogy records at this point, you may want to look much more locally. Often times, the township clerk's office would have the records of those who were born or who died in the area. These are often the most accurate documents, too. Check with the local churches in the area as well. Many of them have a great deal of information on hand that can help you to solve even your biggest questions. Arkansas genealogy records are available at the local level for hundreds of years, though the state did not begin requiring this information until much later.
 
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