Welcome to

Tishomingo County, Mississippi

 

 

Out of the Chickasaw Land, Tishomingo County was formed and ceded to the United States on February 9, 1836.  It's name taken from the last full-blooded war chief and Chickasaw Chief John Holmes Tishomingo, who died on the famous "Trails of Tears" and is buried in Little Rock, Arkansas.  The county seat of Tishomingo, Iuka, is named after his son.  In the 1870's, Tishomingo County was divided into three counties forming Alcorn, Prentiss, & Tishomingo.

 

 

Your state host is Gene Phillips
Please send any data submissions to me. I will upload them as soon as possible.

 This site is available for adoption!!

We'll be doing the best we can to create a website that you will find helpful, useful and meaningful as you trace the trails of your ancestors through this county until a permanent host can be found. We are sorry that we can't do any individual research for you, but if your ancestor left a footprint in this county we'll do everything possible to add information to this site that will help you find them

 

Being a brand new website we are in need of
Mississippi County Hosts.
Its challenging, very rewarding, and its a great group to work with
Please check our
Volunteer Information Page
If interested please contact
Nancy

If you can't be a County Host that's okay, you can still be a great deal of help. We  need volunteers who will ferret out County History of any kind. People who will find interesting documents to transcribe and email to us. We are looking for  information such as Biographies, Deaths, Births and Marriages and Obituaries and any "raw data" that folks can use to build their family trees.

We regret that we are unable to perform personal research for folks.
All data we come across will be added to this site. We thank you for visiting and hope you'll come back again to view the updates we make to this site.

 

 

Online Data

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Church Histories/Records

County Records

Court Records

Deaths

Family Bibles

Forgotten Towns

Marriages

Military

Newspapers

Obituaries

Surnames

Wills/Legal Records 

Website Updates:
11 Dec 2014: Added Smith Biography
11 Dec 2014: Added Wylie Biography
09 Jan 2014: Added Sloan Biography
23 Aug 2013: Added 1883 Pension List
12 Jun 2013: Added Old Danville Cemetery
08 Apr 2013: Added 1890 Vet Census for ED 116
08 Apr 2013: Added 1890 Vet Census for ED 113
10 May 2012: Added 1890 Vet Census by different transcriber
06 May 2012: Added List Of Submitted Marriages
12 Apr 2012: Added Young Obit
21 Mar 2010: Added 2 Probate Records
15 Nov 2009: Updated Cemetery Index
18 Jul 2009 Moore Cemetery (Historical) added
Jan 2009: GABLE, Gov. STONE, HENDERSON, Judge HILL, Col. TYSON bios, World War 2 Casualties; Death Notice for SOUTHWALD; 1890 Veteran's Census, List of Cemeteries


 

Cities & Towns of Tishomingo County

Belmont Burnsville Dennis Golden
Iuka Paden Pittsburg Tishomingo

 

Neighboring Counties

Alcorn County, MS Itawamba County, MS Prentiss County, MS
Colbert County, AL Franklin County, AL Lauderdale County. AL
  Hardin County, TN  

 

 

Addresses & Off-Site Links

Tishomingo County Archives & History Museum, Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society -  PO Box 273, 203 East Quitman Street, Iuka, MS 38852, Phone: (662) 423-3500

Tishomingo County Chancery Clerk, 1008 Battleground Drive, Iuka, MS 38852, Phone: (662) 423-7010, Fax: (662) 423-7005

Tishomingo County Circuit Clerk, 1008 Battleground Drive, Iuka, MS 38852, Phone: (662) 423-7026, Fax: (662) 423-7005

Iuka Public Library, 204 North Main Street, Iuka, MS 38852, Phone: (662) 423-6300

 


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