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Kinfolk of Newton County, Arkansas - Newton County was formed in 1842 and named for Thomas W. Newton, an Arkansas Congressman.  Here you will find genea

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Kinfolk of Newton County, Arkansas

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Newton County was formed in 1842 and named for Thomas W. Newton, an Arkansas Congressman.  Here you will find genealogy information relating to Newton County. This Ring is a place for the friends and families of Newton County, Arkansas past and present to come together in the pursuit of the Genealogy, and the history of Newton County!

 

 

 

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Dedicated but not limited to the Genealogy of the Criner family, and the history of Newton County, Arkansas. Other areas of interest include the Dickey, Hefley, Pellham, Clarkson, Martin, Reddell Families.
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Newton County was formed in 1842 and named for Thomas W. Newton, an Arkansas Congressman. The Choctaw Indians once lived in the hill country. The landscapes of Newton County are the rugged and mountainous Ozark Mountains. The Ozark National Forest provides wilderness hiking, backpacking, camping, and hunting. The Buffalo National River, the nation's first federally protected river, is one of the last free-flowing streams in mid-America and offers clear blue water for fishing and canoeing along the towering limestone bluffs. The county seat is Jasper where the county courthouse is located. Here you will find genealogy information relating to Newton County.


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Newton County was formed in 1842 and named for Thomas W. Newton, an Arkansas Congressman. The Choctaw Indians once lived in the hill country. The landscapes of Newton County are the rugged and mountainous Ozark Mountains. The Ozark National Forest provides wilderness hiking, backpacking, camping, and hunting. The Buffalo National River, the nation's first federally protected river, is one of the last free-flowing streams in mid-America and offers clear blue water for fishing and canoeing along the towering limestone bluffs. The county seat is Jasper where the county courthouse is located. Here you will find genealogy information relating to Newton County.






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