Pike County Mississippi GenWeb Project






Pike County was 200 years old in December 2015.




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Note: The Pike County Courthouse burned in July 1882, and all records were destroyed.



Addresses - Where to write or visit for information

History of Pike County and its towns

African-American Resources

Land Records and Deeds

Bible Records


BibliographyBooks about Pike County and Family histories

Look up volunteers




Marriages – MSGenWeb

Early Families of Pike County

Military Records

1816 Tax Assessor’s report

Newspaper Records

1820 Census Index


1830 Census Unavailable. Lost or accidentally destroyed.  1831 Tax List


1840 Census Index - USGenWeb Archives

Queries and Message Boards

1850 Census Index - USGenWeb Archives

Railroad History

Court Records



Pike County Mailing List

MSPIKE - A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Pike County, Mississippi.
To subscribe send "subscribe" to mspike-l-request@rootsweb.com (mail mode)
or mspike-d-request@rootsweb.com (digest mode).







Our Neighbors




Amite County

Franklin County

Lawrence County

Lincoln County

Walthall County

Tangipahoa Parish



Please contact me to report broken links or if you have information to

contribute to this website--photos, family histories, etc. are welcome.


County Coordinator:  Virginia Zeigler

State Coordinator:    Jeff Kemp

Assistant State Coordinators:  Denise Wells and Ann Allen Geoghegan             

Last updated: January 8, 2017


Many thanks to Sue Wright who served as county coordinator

from 1996-2012.





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