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Renamed or Extinct Counties:
Dorwey, formed 17 April 1873, from Dallas, Bradley, Jefferson and Lincoln counties. Renamed Cleveland 1885
Sarber, formed 22 March 1871 from Franklin, Johnson, Pope, Scott and Yell counties. Logan 15 December 1875
Lovely, formed 13 October 1827 from the Indian territory. 1828, most of the territory ceded to the Indians. What's left was included in Washington County.
Miller County formed 1 April 1820 from Hempstead County. It included much of the present-day Texas. In 1838 it was divided into two counties, Red River and Fannin Counties, both are in Texas. New Miller County was formed 22 Dec 1874 from Lafayette County.
Clayton County formed 25 March 1873, renamed Clay County 6 Dec 1875
Marion County formed 3 November 1835 from Izard and Searcy counties. Renamed Searcy 29 Sep 1836.

Counties:
  1. Arkansas
  2. Ashley
  3. Baxter
  4. Benton
    | A-Z | 489 records, counting
  5. Boone
  6. Bradley
  7. Calhoun
  8. Carroll
  9. Chicot
  10. Clark
  11. Clay
  12. Cleburne
  13. Cleveland
  14. Columbia
  15. Conway
  16. Craighead
  17. Crawford
  18. Crittenden
  19. Cross
  20. Dallas
  21. Desha
  22. Dorsey
  23. Drew
  24. Faulkner
  25. Franklin
  26. Fulton
  27. Garland
  28. Grant
  29. Greene
  30. Hempstead
  31. Hot Spring
  32. Howard
  33. Independence
  34. Izard
  35. Jackson
  36. Jefferson
  37. Johnson
  1. Lafayette
  2. Lawrence
  3. Lee
  4. Lincoln
  5. Little River
  6. Logan
  7. Lonoke
  8. Lovely
  9. Madison
  10. Marion
  11. Miller
  12. Mississippi
  13. Monroe
  14. Montgomery
  15. Nevada
  16. Newton
  17. Ouachita
  18. Perry
  19. Phillips
  20. Pike
  21. Poinsett
  22. Polk
  23. Pope
  24. Prairie
  25. Pulaski
  26. Randolph
  27. Saint Francis
  28. Saline
  29. Scott
  30. Searcy
  31. Sebastian
  32. Sevier
  33. Sharp
  34. Stone
  35. Union
  36. Van Buren
  37. Washington
    | A-Z | 555 records, counting
  38. White
  39. Woodruff
  40. Yell
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