Monroe County, Arkansas
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Monroe County was the 20th county organized on November 2, 1839 and was
formed from parts of Arkansas and Phillips Counties.
It was named for President James Monroe.
The Courthouse is located at:
123 Madison Street
Clarendon, Arkansas 72029-2704
Cities, Towns and Other Populated
Brinkley, Clarendon, Holly Grove, Monroe, and Roe
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