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Probate records of [[Portal:Arkansas|Arkansas]] have been kept by the probate or county courts. The records include case papers settlements. For example, the library has microfilms of a variety of probate records for Pulaski County for the years 1818-1919. You can also obtain copies of the original records by contacting the clerk's office in the appropriate county courthouse.  
 
Probate records of [[Portal:Arkansas|Arkansas]] have been kept by the probate or county courts. The records include case papers settlements. For example, the library has microfilms of a variety of probate records for Pulaski County for the years 1818-1919. You can also obtain copies of the original records by contacting the clerk's office in the appropriate county courthouse.  
  
A statewide index of wills is Mrs. James H. Stevenson and Mrs. Edward L. Westbrooke, ''Index to Wills and Administrations of Arkansas from the Earliest to 1900'' (Jonesboro, Arkansas: Vowels Printing Company, 1986; FHL book 976.7 P22st; fiche 6050936).  
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A statewide index of wills is Mrs. James H. Stevenson and Mrs. Edward L. Westbrooke, ''Index to Wills and Administrations of Arkansas from the Earliest to 1900'' (Jonesboro, Arkansas: Vowels Printing Company, 1986; Family History Library fiche 6050936).  
  
 
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Revision as of 20:10, 5 August 2008

Probate records of Arkansas have been kept by the probate or county courts. The records include case papers settlements. For example, the library has microfilms of a variety of probate records for Pulaski County for the years 1818-1919. You can also obtain copies of the original records by contacting the clerk's office in the appropriate county courthouse.

A statewide index of wills is Mrs. James H. Stevenson and Mrs. Edward L. Westbrooke, Index to Wills and Administrations of Arkansas from the Earliest to 1900 (Jonesboro, Arkansas: Vowels Printing Company, 1986; Family History Library fiche 6050936).

Online Resources

http://www.censusfinder.com/arkansas.htm