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Jefferson County, Arkansas

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  • Ann Logan Stuart (1878 - 1965)
    Annie was born on March 22, 1878, the youngest of six children born to Nathaniel & Emily Tucker Kirkpatrick Douglass. Annie grew up in the Maywood area of Lincoln County, Kentucky. Her mother died when...
  • Gaylord Wainwright Meadows, Jr. (1934 - 2007)
    G.W. "Doc" Meadows, age 73, of State Road 1158, Glenville, NC passed away Wednesday, December 19, 2007 at a Highlands-Cashiers Hospital. He was born in Pine Bluff, AR, the son of the late Gaylord W. Me...
  • Governor Richard Calhoun Byrd, Sr. (1805 - 1854)
    s/o Rev William Byrd and Lydia Adair m#1 Ann unknown circa 1822 AL m#2 Mary E ______ Wilson 1842 AR m#3 Rachel E Johnson 1852 AR He was a Merchant & Farmer, he moved to Arkansas in 1826 He became A...
  • Van Erastus Stuart (1903 - 1938)
  • Henry "Wilson" Stuart (1901 - 1963)

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The area that would later become Jefferson County was occupied by the Quapaw when French explorers established the Arkansas Post in the 17th century; the foreigners claimed this area as Louisiana, part of New France. It was formed on November 2, 1829 and named for Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States.

Adjacent Counties

Cities

  • Altheimer
  • Humphrey (part)
  • Pine Bluff (County Seat)
  • Redfield
  • White Hall

Towns, Townships & Communities

Anrep | Barraque | Bolivar | Boyd | Bruce | Byrd's Spring | Clements | College Park | Diantha | Dolton | Dudley Lake | Dunnington | Fairfield | Faith | Jefferson | Kratnek | Lamb | Lambert | Linn | Melton | Midway | Moscow | New Gascony | Niven | Noble's Lake | Old River | Pastoria | Plum Bayou | Ray Station | Red Bluff | Reydell | Richland | Roberts | Samples | Secrest | Sherrill | Sleeth | Spring | Sulphur Springs | Talladega | Vaugine | Victoria | Villemont | Wabbaseka | Walden | Waldstein | Washington | Whiteville | Wright

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Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places