American History & Genealogy Project
"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." ----Albert Pike
"The South--where roots, place, family, and tradition are the essence of identity."
--Social historian Carl N. Degler
Thanks to Barbara Celotto & Tony Miller for their many contributions to this project!
no GEDCOMS please!
in the County
|Franklin County Museum|
Old letters from the Past!
|Maps||National Register of Historic Places in Franklin County|
Thanks to Barbara Celotto for her many contributions to this project!
Photos of Historic
1792 Spanish Census
1810 Franklin Census
1811 Voter's list
1812 Tax List
|Sawmills and Logging|
Franklin County Search Engines
|Social Security Death Index for Franklin County|
1860 full- name index is here!
1930 Partial too!
Updated and Redesigned with new content!
We need your contributions for this area!
Any photos of cemeteries or grave markers of cemetery transcriptions welcome!
are located on the excellent USGenWeb Mississippi Archives Index of WWI Registrants site. Just click the Franklin County link. When you are through, just close the window and you will return here!
We need photos, letters, rosters, histories, etc.
If you find an error, please let me know and I will correct it! This transcription is a transcription of a previous transcription and has some errors!
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|Franklin County Land Patent Records|
Other Helpful Franklin Links
The Political Graveyard Franklin County page contains several valuable links pertaining to Franklin County as well as links to biographies of politicians who were either born in, or were residents of Franklin County.
The Official Land Patent Records Site is an excellent resource from the US Department of Interior - Bureau of Land Management. Image access is
provided to more than two million Federal land title records for Eastern Public Land States, issued between 1820 and 1908, including all the land patents of Franklin County.
Looking for a location in Franklin County? If so try the USGS GNIS database. Contains information on cemeteries, creeks, post offices and much more!
When you are through, just close the window and you will return here!
I do not do genealogical research other than my own. I have placed as much information online as possible and I am always looking for new information to add.
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