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Lauderdale County was founded in 1835, named in honor of Colonel James Lauderdale, a soldier in the War of 1812. 
He was killed while leading a charge of his Tennessee regiment troops
against the British at the Battle of New Orleans on December 23, 1814.
Lauderdale County courthouse had a fire in 1869.
The county seat is Ripley.


CITIES, TOWNS, AND COMMUNITIES

City:
Ripley


Towns:
Gates ~ Halls ~ Henning


Communities:
Arp ~ Durhamville ~ Fulton ~ Golddust ~ Orysa








  LAUDERDALE  COUNTY DATA


Family Bible


Court Minutes

Obituaries & Death Notices


Funeral Home Records

Penitentiary


Fallen Officers

Newspaper Gleanings


Military

Famous People


Death Records

Lynchings


Cemeteries

Census


Deeds/Land

Family History


Marriages

Biographies


Schools

Death Certificates


Tax Records

Birth Records


Wills

Church History


TSLA 1908-1912 Deaths

County History


Surnames


SURROUNDING COUNTIES

Dyer County
(north)

Crockett County
(east)

Haywood County
(southeast)

Tipton County
(south)

Mississippi County, Arkansas

(west)





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