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  • Quitman County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Nov 17, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of Coahoma, Panola, Tallahatchie and Tunica Counties.
    Established:  01-Feb-1877
    County Seat:  Marks, Mississippi

    County history - Quitman County is named in honor of Mississippi Governor John A. Quitman, who served as Governor from 1835-1836 and from 1850-1851.

    Quitman Courthouse
    1. Quitman County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Quitman County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Quitman County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Quitman County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Quitman County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Quitman County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Quitman County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Quitman County Vital Records - Quitman County Chancery Clerk, 23 Chestnut St., Marks, MS 38646.

    9. Quitman County - Quitman County was formed in 1877 from portions of Panola and Coahoma Counties.


  • Sharkey County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Mar 8, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Warren, Washington and Issaquena Counties.
    Established:  29-Mar-1876
    County Seat:  Rolling Fork, Mississippi

    County history - Sharkey County is named in honor of William Lewis Sharkey (July 12, 1798  April 29, 1873) was an American judge and politician (provisional governor of the State in 1865) from Mississippi.

    Sharkey Courthouse
    1. Sharkey County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Sharkey County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Sharkey County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Sharkey County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Sharkey County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Sharkey County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Sharkey County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Sharkey County Vital Records - Sharkey Chancery Clerk, 400 Locust Street, Rolling Fork, MS 39159-0218.


  • Smith County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Dec 7, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of the last of the land of the Choctaw Indian Cessions [Covington, Jones and Rankin Counties],
    the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, (September 27,1830).
    Established:  23-Dec-1833
    County Seat:  Raleigh, Mississippi

    County history - Smith County is named in honor of Major David Smith, who was born in 1753 in Anson County, NC. Smith served as a private in the battles of King's Mountain, Cowpens, and Euthaw Springs, becoming a hero of the Revolutionary War.
             The first county seat located in Fairfield, just four miles to the south of Raleigh, was soon moved to Raleigh, MS. Raleigh was named for Sir Walter Raleigh, an author and English Military and Naval Commander. There has been four courthouses in Raleigh due to fires.


    Smith Courthouse
    1. Smith County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Smith County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Smith County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Smith County Genealogical Society (Raleigh, MS)
    4. Smith County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Smith County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Smith County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Smith County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Smith County Vital Records - Smith County Chancery Clerk's Office, 123 Main St., Raleigh, MS 39153.


  • Stone County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Feb 28, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Harrison County.
    Established:  xx-xxx-1916
    County Seat:  Wiggins, Mississippi

    County history - Stone County is named in honor of John Marshall Stone (April 30, 1830  March 26, 1900) was an American politician from Mississippi who served longer as Governor of that state than anyone else, from 1876 to 1882 and again from 1890 to 1896.

    Stone Courthouse
    1. Stone County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Stone County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Stone County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Stone County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Stone County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Stone County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Stone County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Stone County Vital Records - Stone County Chancery Clerk, P.O. Drawer 7, Wiggins, MS 39577.


  • Sunflower County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Aug 31, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of Bolivar County, 1834.
    Established:  15-Feb-1844
    County Seat:  Indianola, Mississippi (previously named, Eureka)

    County history - Sunflower County is named for the Sunflower River which flows through it. Note: The first seat of government was Clayton, located near Fort Pemberton. Later the county seat was moved to McNutt. On 15 March 1871, when a large eastern area was taken to form part of Leflore county, the county seat had to be moved from McNutt, which now was part of Leflore County. A new town called Johnsonville, where Mound Bayou intersects the Sunflower River, was established as the new county seat. By popular vote of the people in 1882 the county seat again moved, this time to a point about 4 miles west of the Sunflower River on Indian Bayou. Initially the town was known as Eureka, but has since been established as Indianola.



    Sunflower Courthouse
    1. Sunflower County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Sunflower County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Sunflower County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Sunflower County Historical Society / Indianola, MS)
    4. Sunflower County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Sunflower County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Sunflower County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Sunflower County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Sunflower County Vital Records - Sunflower Chancery Clerk, 200 Main St., Indianola, MS 38751-0988.


  • Tallahatchie County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  May 11, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of native american Indian (Choctaw) lands, 1830.
    Established:  31-Dec-1883
    County Seats:  Charleston, Mississippi and Sumner, Mississippi

    County history - Tallahatchie County name is derived from the Choctaw word meaning, "rock of waters."

    Tallahatchie Courthouse
    1. Tallahatchie County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Tallahatchie County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Tallahatchie County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Tallahatchie County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Tallahatchie County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Tallahatchie County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Tallahatchie County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Tallahatchie County Vital Records - Tallahatchie County Chancery, 1 Court Square, Charleston, MS 38921-0330.


  • Tate County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  May 3, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of DeSoto, Marshall, and Tunica Counties.
    Established:  15-Apr-1873
    County Seat:  Senatobia, Mississippi

    County history - Tate County is named in honor of Thomas Simpson "T.S." Tate (1816-1880), a prominent Republican, citizen, and first Mississippi State Legislator from the county.

    Tate Courthouse
    1. Tate County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Tate County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Tate County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
          Tate County Genealogical And Historical Society
          P.O. Box 974
          Senatobia 38668

    4. Tate County - US/MNGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Tate County - US/MNGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Tate County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Tate County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Tate County Vital Records - Tate County Chancery Clerk, 201 Ward Street, Senatobia, MS 38668-2616.


  • Tippah County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  May 3, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of Chickasaw Tribal Lands created by The Chickasaw Cessions in 1818.
    Established:  09-Feb-1836
    County Seat:  Ripley, Mississippi

    County history - Tippah County is named from the Chickasaw word meaning "cut off," and is taken from the creek of the same name that flows across much of the original county, which "cut off" the western part of the region from the eastern portion.

    Tippah Courthouse
    1. Tippah County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Tippah County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Tippah County - Genealogical/Historical Society
          Tippah County Historical And Genealogical Society
          308 North Commerce Street
          Ripley, MS 38663

    4. Tippah County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Tippah County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Tippah County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Tippah County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Tippah County Vital Records - County Chancery Clerk, County Courthouse, P.O. Box 99, Ripley, MS 38663-0099.


  • Tishomingo County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Mar 5, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Chickasaw cessions of 1832 (Alcorn and Prentiss Counties) and Monroe County.
    Established:  09-Feb-1836
    County Seat:  Iuka, Mississippi

    County history - Tishomingo County is named in honor of Chief Tishomingo who was one of the last full-blooded Chickasaw Chiefs. Tishomingo was born in approximately 1734 in what is now Lee County, Mississippi. He served with General Anthony Wayne against Shawnee Native Americans in the Northwest Territory and received a silver medal from president George Washington. During the War of 1812 he served under Andrew Jackson. After his service in the military, he retired to become a farmer until white settlers came onto his land. In 1837, a final teaty forced them to move to the Indian Territory. On May 5, 1838, Chief Tishomingo died near present-day Little Rock, Arkansas. Tishomingo County, Mississippi, Tishomingo, Mississippi, Tishomingo, Oklahoma,and Tishomingo State Park is named after Tishomingo.




    Tishomingo Courthouse
    1. Tishomingo County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Tishomingo County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Tishomingo County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Tishomingo County Hist. & Genealogical Soc. / Iuka, MS)
    4. Tishomingo County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Tishomingo County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Tishomingo County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Tishomingo County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Tishomingo County Vital Records - Tishomingo County Chancery Clerk, 1008 Battleground Dr, Iuka, MS 38852.


  • Tunica County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  May 12, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Lands of the Chickasaw Cession (1832) and Washington County.
    Established:  09-Feb-1836
    County Seat:  Tunica, Mississippi

    County history - Tunica County is named in honor of the Tunica Native American Tribe.

    Tunica Courthouse
    1. Tunica County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Tunica County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Tunica County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Tunica County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Tunica County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Tunica County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Tunica County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Tunica County Vital Records - Tunica County Chancery Clerk, 1300 School Street #104, Tunica, MS 38676.

    9. Tunica County - A Project of the Mississippi Genealogy & History Network


  • Union County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Jan 12, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Lee, Pontotoc and Tippah Counties.
    Established:  07-Jul-1870
    County Seat:  New Albany, Mississippi

    County history - Union County is named because it was established during the reconstruction era, and was named so because of the union of parts of Pontotoc and Tippah Counties.

    Union Courthouse
    1. Union County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Union County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Union County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Union County Historical Society & Museum / New Albany, MS)
    4. Union County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Union County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Union County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Union County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Union County Vital Records - Union County Chancery Clerk, 109 Main St E, New Albany, MS 38652-0847.


  • Walthall County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Jul 1, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Marion and Pike Counties.
    Established:  xx-xxx-1912
    County Seat:  Tylertown, Mississippi

    County history - Walthall County is named in honor of Edward Cary Walthall (April 4, 1831 - April 21, 1898), a general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War and a postbellum United States Senator from Mississippi.

    Walthall Courthouse
    1. Walthall County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Walthall County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Walthall County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
          Walthall County Historical Society
          408 Broad Street
          Tylertown, MS 39667

    4. Walthall County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Walthall County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Walthall County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Walthall County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Walthall County Vital Records - Walthall County Chancery Clerk, P.O. Box 351, Tylertown, MS 39667-0351.


  • Warren County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  May 12, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Claiborne County.
    Established:  xx-xxx-1809
    County Seat:  Vicksburg, Mississippi

    County history - Warren County is named in honor of Dr. Joseph Warren (June 11, 1741 - June 17, 1775), an American doctor and soldier, remembered for playing a leading role in American Patriot organizations in Boston and for his death as a volunteer private soldier while also serving as chief executive of the revolutionary Massachusetts government.

    Warren Courthouse
    1. Warren County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Warren County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Warren County - Genealogical/Historical Society  ( Vicksburg and Warren Co. Hist. Soc. & Museum / Vicksburg, MS)
    4. Warren County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Warren County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Warren County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Warren County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Warren County Vital Records - Warren County Chancery Clerk, 1009 Cherry Street, Vicksburg, MS 39180.

    9. Society/Museum/Assn - (Vicksburg Genealogical Society / Vicksburg, MS)

      Census Information:
    10. 1820 Census (T) - Federal Census, Warren County (Text: 1 page).


  • Washington County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Jul 8, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Warren and Yazoo Counties.
    Established:  29-Jan-1827
    County Seat:  Greenville, Mississippi

    County history - Washington County is named in honor of George Washington (February 22, 1732 - December 14, 1799) served as the first President of the United States from 1789 to 1797 and as the commander of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War from 1775 to 1783. Because of his significant role in the revolution and in the formation of the United States, he is highly revered by Americans as the "Father of Our Country".

    Washington Courthouse
    GHLL Washington County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by Wikipedia
    4. Genealogy Forum - Washington County, Mississippi Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
    5. US/MsGenWeb site - Washington County Archives
    6. US/MsGenWeb - Washington County Genealogy & History
    7. Vital Records - Washington County Chancery Clerk, 900 Washington Avenue, Greenville, MS 38702.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Bolivar County (north), Sunflower County (northeast), Humphreys County (east),
             Sharkey County (southeast), Issaquena County (south), Chicot County, Arkansas
             (west), Desha County, Arkansas (northwest).
             Note:  County names in black print are not yet linked, those in blue are clickable.


        City of Greenville - Greenville, Washington County, Mississippi, 1891 (AHGP).
        City of Leland - Leland, Washington County, Mississippi 1891 (AHGP).

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  • Wayne County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Jul 9, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Mississippi Territory's "Old" Washington County.
    Established:  21-Dec-1809
    County Seat:  Waynesboro, Mississippi

    County history - Wayne County is named in honor of Anthony Wayne (January 1, 1745  December 15, 1796) was a United States Army general and statesman. Wayne adopted a military career at the outset of the American Revolutionary War, where his military exploits and fiery personality quickly earned him a promotion to the rank of brigadier general and the sobriquet of Mad Anthony.

    Wayne Courthouse
    GHLL Wayne County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by MS HomeTownLocator
    4. Genealogy Forum - Wayne County, Mississippi Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
    5. US/MississippiGenWeb site - Wayne County Archives
    6. US/MississippiGenWeb - Wayne County Genealogy & History
    7. Society/Museum/Assn - (Wayne County Genealogy Organization / Waynesboro, MS)
    8. Vital Records - Wayne County Chancery Clerk, 609 Azalea Drive, Waynesboro, MS 39367.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Clarke County (north), Choctaw County, Alabama (northeast), Washington County,
                Alabama
    (southeast), Greene County (south), Perry County (southwest), Jones County
             (west), Jasper County (northwest).
             Note:  County names in black print are not yet linked, those in blue are clickable.


        City of Waynesboro - Waynesboro, Wayne County, Mississippi, 1891 (AHGP).

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  • Wilkinson County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Jul 9, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Adams County.
    Established:  xx-xxx-1802
    County Seat:  Woodville, Mississippi

    County history - Wilkinson County is named in honor of James Wilkinson (March 24, 1757  December 28, 1825), an American soldier and statesman, who was associated with several scandals and controversies. He served in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, but was twice compelled to resign. He was appointed governor of the Louisiana Territory in 1805 and commanded two unsuccessful campaigns in the St. Lawrence theater during the War of 1812. After his death, he was discovered to have been a paid agent of the Spanish Crown.

    Wilkinson Courthouse
    GHLL Wilkinson County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by Wikipedia
    4. Genealogy Forum - Wilkinson County, Mississippi Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
    5. US/MississippiGenWeb site - Wilkinson County Archives
    6. US/MississippiGenWeb - Wilkinson County Genealogy & History
          Wilkinson County Historical Society
          c/o Wilkinson County Museum, P. O. Box 1055
          Woodville, MS 39669

    7. Vital Records - Wilkinson County Clerk, P.O. Box 516, Woodville, MS 39669-0516.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Adams County (north), Franklin County (northeast), Amite County (east), East
                Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
    (southeast), West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana (south),
             Concordia Parish, Louisiana (west).
             Note:  Counties in green print are not yet linked.


        City of Woodville - Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, 1891.

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  • Winston County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Jul 10, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Lowndes, Rankin and Wayne Counties, (Choctaw Cession of 1830).
    Established:  23-Dec-1833
    County Seat:  Louisville, Mississippi

    County history - Winston County is named in honor of Colonel Louis Winston (1784-1824), a native of Virginia, moved to the Mississippi Territory and became a prominent lawyer and the colonel of a regiment of militia.

    Winston Courthouse
    GHLL Winston County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by Wikipedia
    4. Genealogy Forum - Winston County, MS Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
          Winston County Genealogical & Historical Society
          P.O. Box 387
          Louisville, MS 39339

    5. US/MSGenWeb site - Winston County Archives
    6. US/MSGenWeb - Winston County Genealogy & History
    7. Vital Records - Winston County Clerk, P.O. Box 516, Woodville, MS 39669-0516.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Oktibbeha County (north), Noxubee County (east), Kemper County (southeast),
             Neshoba County (south), Attala County (west), Choctaw County (northwest).
             Note:  Counties in green print are not yet linked.


        City of Louisville - Louisville, Winston County, Mississippi, 1891.

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    Census Information:
        1860 Census (I) and (T) - Federal Census, Winston County (Index: 1 folder, 5 pages / Text: 12 pages).


  • Yazoo County, Mississippi —
    Information Updated for:  Mar 1, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Choctaw lands (in 1820; AKA the "New Purchase"; Hinds County).
    Established:  21-Jan-1823
    County Seat:  Yazoo City, Mississippi

    County history - Yazoo County is named for the Yazoo River, whose name, legend has it, comes from an Indian word meaning "River of Death".

    Yazoo Courthouse
    1. Yazoo County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Yazoo County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Yazoo County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Yazoo County - US/MSGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Yazoo County - US/MSGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Yazoo County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Yazoo County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Yazoo County Vital Records - Yazoo County Chancery Clerk, address, 211 East Broadway Street, Yazoo City, MS 39194.


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