Welcome to the Yalobusha County MSGenWeb site. I'm your county coordinator, Monique Young. If there is anything you would like to see added to the site that's not already here or if you have any questions, then please email me here. A little history of the county is below.


Yalobusha is a native American word meaning "tadpole place," and before the county which bears that name was formed, it was the home of both Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian tribes.

In 1816, General Andrew Jackson ordered the surveying of the Choctaw-Chickasaw Line. The line as surveyed then cut almost a perfect diagonal across the area making up the present day Yalobusha County. The Choctaws ceded their Mississippi lands to the United States in 1830 through the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek. Two years later, the Chickasaw signed the Treaty of Pontotoc, ceding their lands to the United States.

In 1833, the Mississippi Legislature authorized the formation of 17 counties, including Yalobusha, on what had been Indian land
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1840 Census Val Geno Findings Probate Records (Updated Apr 2014)
Tax List Death Records (Updated Jun 2014)
Addresses Educable Children List (Updated Jul 2014)
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History of Yalobusha Baptist Assoc. Val Geno Findings Slavery Records (Updated Jul 2014)
Yellow Fever Epidemic Yalobusha County Forum @ Ancestry

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