Welcome to Monroe County MS
History and Genealogy
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Please send any data submissions to me. I will upload them as soon as possible.
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If you can't be a County Host, you can still be a great deal of help.
We need volunteers who will find interesting Monroe County documents to transcribe and email to us. We are looking
for the "raw data" information such as Biographies, Deaths, Births, Marriages and Obituaries. There will
be the native Indian history of the area that will be of interest to a lot of people, as well as the Pioneer Families
of the county
Founded in 1821, the county is named in honor of President James Monroe.
The county seat is Aberdeen
Aberdeen -- Amory
Hatley -- Nettleton (partly in Lee County) -- Smithville
Camargo -- Cotton Gin Port
Also, many unincorporated places
* Lowndes County
* Clay County
* Chickasaw County
* Lee County
* Itawamba County
* Lamar County, Alabama (east)
This page last updated on -- 19 Mar 2014
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