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From: "Beth" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] TOWNSHIPS (REPEAT)
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 16:44:36 -0600
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This is worth the repeat again, thanks to Jean Cuevas and BettyMc!
Considering that it is only about two months before we get 1940 USFedCensus
to mull over,
I know that lots of researchers are getting excited and telling others. List
members
May surge upward and we may hear from a number of people have dropped out or

Are being really quiet! Let's see some activity, you Izardites!
Beth



TOWNSHIPS/important Census districts to pay attention to in your research


ATHENS Created between 1890-1900 from parts of Mill Creek and White River.

BAKER Created in 1905 from parts of Franklin, Jefferson, New Hope and Violet
Hill.

BARREN FORK Created between 1880-90

BIG SPRINGS Annexed from Independence County in 1873.

BLUE MOUNTAIN Created before 1836. Annexed to Stone County in 1873.

BRYAN Created between 1890-1900 from part of Union twp.

CLAIBORNE Created between 1880-90.

CLAY Created in 1867 from part of Iron Point. Annexed to Stone County in
1873.

CONWAY Created in 1860. Named changed to LaCrosse between 1870-80.

DRY TOWN Annexed from Independence County in 1873. (Drytown) Part to
Lafferty Creek in 1876.

FRANKLIN Created in 1838. Name changed to Pleasant Hill before 1873. An
annexed area from Fulton County in 1873 was named Franklin. Part to
Strawberry between 1890-1900 and part to Baker in 1905.

GUION Created in 1906 from parts of Lafferty and Lunenburg.

GUTHRIE Annexed from Fulton County in 1873.

HARRIS Created in 1858. Annexed to Stone County in 1873.

IRON POINT Created in 1854. Part to Clay twp. in 1867. Annexed to Stone
County in 1873.

JEFFERSON Created between 1870-80 from part of Franklin twp. Part to Baker
in 1905.

LACROSSE Name changed from Conway twp. between 1870-1880. Part to Sage
between 1890-1900.

LAFFERTY Named changed from Lafferty Creek between 1880-90. Part to Guion in
1906.

LAFFERTY CREEK Created in 1876 from parts of Drytown, and LunenLurg. Named
changed to Lafferty between 1880-90.

LUNENBURG Name changed from Rocky Bayou between 1870-76. Part to Lafferty
Creek in 1876. Part to Sage between 1890-1900. Part to Guion in 1906.

MILL CREEK Created in 1852. Part to Newberg in 1874. Part to Athens between
1890-1900.

MOUNT OLIVE Created between 1910-20 from part of White River.

NEWBURG Created in 1874 from part of Mill Creek. (Newberg)

NEW HOPE Annexed from Fulton County in 1873. Part to Baker in 1905.

NORTH FORK Created before 1836. Annexed to Baxter County in 1873.

PLEASANT HILL Name changed from Franklin twp. between 1870-80. Part to
Strawberry between 1890-1900.

RICHWOOD Created in 1846. Annexed to Stone County in 1873.

ROCKY BAYOU Created before 1836. Name changed to Lunenburg between 1870-76.

SAGE Created between 1890-1900 from parts of Lacrosse and Lunenburg.

STRAWBERRY Created between 1890-1900 from parts of Franklin and Pleasant
Hill.

SYLAMORE Created in 1846. Annexed to Stone County in 1873.

TABLE ROCK Created in 1858. Annexed to Baxter County in 1873.

UNION Created in 1848. Part evidently annexed to Baxter County in 1873.
Part to Bryan between 1890-1900.

VIOLET HILL Created between 1880-90. Part to Baker in 1905.

WHITE RIVER Created before 1836. Part to Athens between 1890-1900 and part
to Mount Olive between 1910-20.

ADDED NOTE:

ADLER : was located 2 miles S. of Lunenburg. It was discontinued in 1909.
For those of you who have the Mar.Rec. Books #1, #2, and #3, for Izard
County, there is a brief description on the front page which gives a brief
description of some of the towns that used to exist in Izard Co.
Betty Mc


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