Cleburne County was the seventy-fifth and final Arkansas county to be established. Founded in 1883, it was created from parts of Independence, Van Buren, and White counties. It is named for Confederate Army General Patrick Cleburne. Heber Springs is the county seat.

A list of the Cleburne County records microfilm available at the Arkansas State Archives can be found in our County records microfilm collection.

The results below are automatically collected from materials on this site that have been tagged with the Geographical Area of “Cleburne County (Ark.)” This list does not include all of the Arkansas State Archives’ materials regarding this county, but provides a starting point for research. Please click on each title below to learn more about it and the collection to which it belongs.

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Submissions from 2020

Cleburne County

Cleburne county school district records

Cleburne county school's supervisor's records

Cleburne county school supervisor's records

Farmer, Rachle C.

Jenkins, L.A.

Libraries: Cleburne County

Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Cleburne County, Arkansas

Ritter, John A.

Ritter, W.J.

Whitehead, William H.

Submissions from 2019

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Cleburne County

Submissions from 1993

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

General Highway Map Cleburne County. 1 print, 1993

Submissions from 1981

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

General Highway Map Cleburne County. 1 print with handwritten notation, 1981

Books from 1976

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W.H. Warren's "Lizard" used to haul rock

Submissions from 1969

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

Submissions from 1961

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

Submissions from 1960

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Cleburne County (Ark.) real estate tax ledgers (Digital), 1883-1960

This collection is comprised of eight (8) discs containing Cleburne County real estate tax ledgers covering 1883-1960 that have been digitized.

Submissions from 1957

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

Devil's Fork on the Little Red River in Cleburne County, Arkansas

Goodlow Cemetery near Quitman, Cleburne County, Arkansas

Little Red River Bridge at Tumbling Shoals near Heber Springs, Cleburne County, Arkansas

Submissions from 1956

Doctor John Harton Home near Quitman, Arkansas

Images from 1954

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Cleburne County, 1952-1954

Submissions from 1947

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Cleburne County

Norwell, Mrs. Ida

Submissions from 1936

Wilson, Mrs. John H.

Submissions from 1933

Hipp, Mrs. J.R.

Images from 1930

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Cleburne County townships map, 1930

Submissions from 1927

Baker, Mary

Submissions from 1926

Hicks, Mary

Submissions from 1925

Bickle, Catherine

Bickle, James P.

Submissions from 1920

Harris, Mrs. J.W.

Submissions from 1918

Myatt, Jno. H.

Submissions from 1917

Wilson, John Harrison

Submissions from 1914

Almond, Romulus Dickinson

Submissions from 1911

McGee, R. F.

Vinson, James Stokley

Submissions from 1893

Map of Cleburne County, Arkansas, showing the land grant of the railroads