Searcy County was established in 1838 from a part of Marion County (which was originally named Searcy County). Searcy County was named for area pioneer Richard Searcy. Marshall serves as the county seat.

A list of the Searcy 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 “Searcy 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.

Follow

Submissions from 2021

PDF

Orville McInturff letters, 1961-1985

This collection contains three letters.

PDF

Searcy County (Ark.) tax records, 1836

This collection contains the tax records of Searcy County at the time of the establishment of the State of Arkansas.

Submissions from 2020

Baker Family: Searcy County

Caves: Hurricane River Cave

PDF

Election notice, Searcy County

Jackson Family: Searcy County

Leslie Family: Searcy County

Libraries: Searcy County

Looney Family: Searcy County

Searcy County

Searcy County, Arkansas

Submissions from 2019

PDF

Searcy County

Submissions from 1994

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Searcy County

Submissions from 1983

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Searcy County

Submissions from 1973

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Searcy County

Submissions from 1965

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Searcy County

Submissions from 1963

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Searcy County

Submissions from 1947

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Searcy County

Submissions from 1938

Lindsey, Mrs. Sarah E.

Submissions from 1934

Bratton, Mrs. M.A.

Images from 1930

File

Searcy County townships map, 1930

Submissions from 1920

Bishop, Cary M.

PDF

Leslie family papers, 1803-1920

This collection contains deeds, tax receipts, family correspondence, land grants, and legal contracts concerning the Leslie family and their property in Searcy County, Arkansas, near the town of Leslie.

Submissions from 1919

Plantt, J.A.

Submissions from 1910

Governor George Donaghey and William Jennings Bryan Special Train near Leslie

Governor George Donaghey and William Jennings Bryan Special Train near Leslie

Submissions from 1901

Geological survey map of Searcy County, Arkansas, and vicinity

Map of Searcy County, Arkansas

Books from 1868

PDF

Update to the Register of Legal Voters of Searcy County

Submissions from 1845

Field atlas and survey maps of T. 16N., R. 15W, Searcy County (Buffalo River)