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Licenses & Registrations include records such as Incorporation Records (not-for-profit), Medical Practitioners' Licenses, Military Pension Records and Marriage Licenses, the majority of which are created and maintained by the County Clerk's Office. At this time, nothing other than Marriage Records through 1941 are available online. Licenses & Registrations housed in the Archives include:

  • Incorporation Records (Not-for-Profit), 1829-1993
  • Livestock Records (Estray & Brand Records), 1871-1969
  • Marriage Records, 1845-1963 (Marriage Records through 1941 are available online.) 
  • Ministers' Credentials, 1845-1886 (filed with Marriage Records)
  • Medical Practiioners' (Druggists, Physicians, Nurses) Licenses, 1879-1969
  • Military Discharge (DD 214) Records, 1918-1991 (record must be 70 years old or older for access.)
  • Military Pension Records (Confederate & Federal), 1866-1930
  • Naturalization Records, 1829-1934
  • Personal Records (Miscellaneous), 1840-1994

Other Helpful Sources

  • For Birth & Death Records (Begin in 1914):

Arkansas Department of Health
Division of Vital Records
4815 West Markham, Slot 44
Little Rock, Arkansas 72205
800-637-9314

  • For Cemetery & Obituary Records:

            Fayetteville Public Library
            401 West Mountain Street
            Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
            479-856-7250
            www.faylib.org/

  • For Articles of Incorporation, Election Returns, and UCCs, also contact:

Arkansas Secretary of State's Office
State Capitol, Room 256
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
501-682-1010

  • For Military Service Records, also contact:

National Personnel Records Center
9700 Page Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63132-5100
314-538-4141

Last updated: 7/18/2016 2:39:07 PM