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JOHNSON COUNTY ARKANSAS

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Johnson County was formed November 16, 1833 and named for Ben Johnson, a Territorial Judge. The county seat is at Clarksville.

County Population:

1980=17,379
1990=18,221
2000=22,781
2005=24,042

The courthouse address is:

P. O. Box 278
County Courthouse
Clarksville, AR 72830-0278
479-754-2175

Towns include:  Clarksville, Coal Hill, Hagarville, Hartman, Knoxville, Lamar, Oark, and Ozone.

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LOOKUPS

For a lookup in these books:

NORTHWESTERN ARKANSAS 1870 CENSUS

WESTERN ARKANSAS DEATH RECORD 1914-1948

contact Joe Ann Burns.

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