This is a Sharp County, Arkansas Genealogy Records Guide. Sharp County was created in 1868 from Lawrence County.

 

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Sharp County

Birth, Marriage, & Death Records

 

Birth

 

Marriage & Divorce

 

Death

 

Cemeteries

 

Obituaries

 

Wills & Probate

 

 

 

 

Sharp County Residence Records

Bible Records

Biography

 

Census

 

Citizenship

 

 

Court

 

Land

 

Maps

 

 

Tax

 

 

 

 

Sharp County Military Records

 

Civil War

 

WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War

 

 

 

 

Sharp County Daily Life Records

 

Alumni | Schools | Yearbooks

 

Biography

 

Church

 

Employment | Business | Commerce

 

History

 

Genealogies

 

Magazines & Periodicals

 

Newspapers

 

Societies

 

 

 

 

Cities in Sharp County

 

Armstrong

History

 

Baker

History

 

Calamine

History

 

Cave City

Census

History

 

Center

History

 

Evening Shade

Newspapers

Obituaries

 

Hardy

Church

Genealogy

History

 

King’s Mill

History

 

Liberty Hill

History

 

Martins Creek

Church

 

Sidney

History

 

Williford

History

 

Wirth

History

 

 

 

Sharp County Modern Helps

 

 

Sharp County, Arkansas was organized 18 July 1868 with land from its parent county, Lawrence County.*

 

Neighboring counties currently include Randolph, Lawrence, Independence, Izard, and Fulton Counties in Arkansas; and Oregon County in Missouri.

 

* “Sharp County.” Association of Arkansas Counties. Accessed February 21, 2017. http://www.arcounties.org/counties/.

and

Orr, Nancy, “Sharp County,”Sharp County, January 22, 2013, accessed February 21, 2017, http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?search=1&entryID=809

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