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 NEWTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS CENSUS, 1900

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Newton County, Arkansas Census, 1900

Census records for over 11,100 residents of Newton County Arkansas in 1900

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Located in the north-west of Arkansas, Newton County was home to over 11,100 people in 1900. This database is a transcription of the original census records and contains valuable information on these men, women and children. Researchers will find race, sex, birth, age, marriage, and birthplace information. In addition, the number of children a mother gave birth to and the number still living are provided along with parent's birthplaces. For those seeking ancestors from Arkansas, this can be a helpful and informative database.
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