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CRITTENDEN COUNTY

ARKANSAS

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Crittenden County was organized October 22, 1825 and named for Robert Crittenden, territorial governor.
The county seat is at Marion.
The county courthouse is located at:
100 Court Square
Marion, AR 72364-1814
Phone: 870-729-3200

County population:
1980--49,144
1990--49,939
2000--50,866
2005--51,882

Towns in the county include:  Clarkedale, Crawfordsville, Earle, Edmondson, Gilmore, Marion, Proctor, Turrell, and West Memphis.


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