Cross County Genealogy

Cross County, Arkansas


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Paul V.Isbell- Cross Co., Arkansas ARGENWEB


AR Information

National Register 

Arkansas Migrations 

Cross Co.Historical Society

 Previous Changes

Veterans at 1911 UCV Convention-Little Rock-New Nov.2012

Cemeteries in County-Find A Grave

Museum & Historical Society-Facebook Members Only

Early Deaths-before 1914 by Michelle Slabaugh

Origin of Towns-3.27.11

Original Arkansas Genealogy Page

1930 Census-Cross Co. Head of Household

Origin of Cross County

SSDI Listing-New

History Book-Families

Arkansas Death Index-New

1880 Census-Head of Household

1900 Census-Head of Household

UCV Veterans

1910 Census-HofH-new 3.27.11

U S Gennet Census from 1870

Maget Hare Family Bible

New Book on Cross County


Cross County Archives by Michelle Slabaugh

Goodspeed's Biographies-1890

Cross Co.Archive

Arkansas Death Index for 1914 to 1923-Cross Co.

Arkansas Death Index 1924 to 1933

Arkansas Death Index for 1941 to 1946 Cross Co.-Note:1934 to 1940 only in Book Form


Other Links

Greene County Website-Greatest


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Found this photo in grandmother, Avis Rose Fitzgerald, memorabilia. She was born Jan. 1904 & looks to be about 8 years old in photo (she is 8th from left, 2nd row from bottom). She lived in Vanndale and graduated from Vanndale High School. I'm wondering if this could be Rose School which was located northwest of Vanndale. The 3-story brick Vanndale school was built in 1917. Michelle Slabaugh let me know at [email protected]
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