Tri-County Genealogical Society

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Serving the Arkansas counties of Lee, Monroe and Phillips, in Eastern Arkansas

The Tri-County Genealogical Society was organized in 1985 as a non-profit society to:

Meetings are held in the Tri-County Genealogy Library Building in Marvell the second Sunday of each month except May, October, and December.

Visitors are Welcome

Library



Publications for Sale by the Society


Marvell and surrounding communities 1873-1998.................$45.00

Journals are published three times a year.
Back issues available. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . .$5.00 each
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1860 Monroe County, AR Census . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15.00
Published by Tri-County Genealogical Society, 73 pages, index.

Monroe Co. Marriage Book F, 1890-1893 is $10.00 postpaid.
1860 Phillips County, AR Census. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12.50
By Rose White & Flora Turner, Soft-cover, 122 pages, index.

1890 "Census" from Phillips Co., AR real estate records. $10.00
By Rose White & Carrie Davison
Published by Tri-County Genealogical Society.
Soft-cover, 84 pages, index.

Records of the Salem Baptist Church. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$5.00
by Rose White. Includes Cypert, Eventide, Smalley & Gamble
Cemeteries in the Marvell area.

1993 Tri-County Genealogy Membership Book. . . . . . . . $5.00

Contains members, addresses & surnames being researched as of 31 Aug 1993. 35 pages, including index.

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Online Membership Application









Tri-County Genealogy Journal - Back Issues
Volume INo. 1Fall 19861
Volume IINo. 1 & 219872
Volume IIINo. 1 & 219882
Volume IVNo. 1, 2, 319893
Volume VNo. 1, 2, 319903
Volume VINo. 1, 2, 319913
Volume VIINo. 1, 2, 319923
Volume VIIINo. 1, 2, 319933
Volume IXNo. 1, 2, 319943
Volume XNo. 1, 2, 319953
Volume XINo. 1, 2, 319963

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*At the junction of Phillips, Lee and Monroe Counties in eastern Arkansas, stands a monument making the initial point where engineers representing the United States began the survey November 10, 1815, to determine the boundaries of the territory embraced in the Louisiana Purchase.
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