Scott County in Print

Books and Microfilm Pertaining to Scott County and Scott Counties

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Books and Microfilm


  • Cemetery and Bible Records
    Publication of Mississippi Genealogical Society
    Volumes I-XIX.
    List of Included Cemeteries

  • Church Records Mississippi Chapter of Society of Daughters of the Revolution.
    Church Recor0s include lists of members, communicants, confirmations, baptisms, marriages, and burials.
    MSSDAR collection at Eudora Welty Public Library

  • Record of Wills
    1866-1924, Scott County
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • Deed Records
    1835-1890, Scott County
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • Guardian Bonds
    1871-1928, Scott County
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • Guardian Bonds
    1871-1928, Scott County
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • Probate Records
    1832-1862, Scott County
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • Tax Rolls
    1835-1916, Scott County
    Extracted Listing of Head-of-Household, 1835, 1837
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • CD-Rom of Scott County
    Tombstones, obituaries, census, newspaper abstracts, etc.
    If printed, would be 4425 pages.
    Maiden name & surname index.
    On sale now by Scott County Genealogical Society
    P.O. Box 128
    Forest, Ms. 39074
    $100.00, includes shipping and handling

  • Marriage Records

  • 1872-1916 White Marriages
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • 1865-1918 Black Marriages
    Microfilm at MDAH

  • Scott County Marriages
    1872-1900, Books 1-5.
    Complied by Marilyn Philbert Corley
    Book at MDAH

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