Yell County, Arkansas was created in 1840 from parent counties of Pope and Scott. The county was named for Archibald Yell, a governor of Arkansas. There are two county seats, one in Dardanelle and the other in Danville. Each location has marriage, probate, real estate, and personal property tax records, as well as actions of the courts available.
My name is Karen A. Groce and I am the person responsible for Yell County, Arkansas. If you would like to contribute your information to this page or would like to put a page(s) up of Yell County information, please let me know. If you live in or have ties to the state of Arkansas and would like to host an Arkansas County, contact Bill Couch.
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Valerie Jean has volunteered to do lookups from the Yell County 1870 Census for researchers. If you have a name for her to look up, contact her at email@example.com.
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