Below you will find information to help you further your research on your Kemper County Ancestors. If you know of a resource I do not have listed here, please let me know.
Don't forget to look at the History of Kemper County! There are a few old pictures there. One of your ancestors might be right in the middle of the picture!
Take a look at the newspaper articles that we have online. They're an interesting read!
Kemper LibraryThe Kemper County/DeKalb Library has many excellent resources for the Kemper genealogist.
Please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope along with your request. There is no cost for this service except for postage and copy cost, however donations can be made the library specified for the genealogical room. The copies are $.20 each.
Please mention that you received this information from the Kemper County GenWeb pages.
The following resources are available at the library:
1837, 1850, 1860, 1880
List of People Researching Kemper County Surnames (addresses and surnames they are searching!)
County Links1895 Kemper County Map Kemper County Home Page Kemper County Rootsweb Resource Page
Native American LinksChoctaw Talk Native American Genealogy Yanusdi's Cherokee Heritage Page Viki's Chickasaw Genealogy Links Dawes Rolls
African American LinksAlabama Slave Project: The Village Alabama African American Obit's
MSGenWeb LinksMississippi City/Town Search List Mississippi Vital Records Mississippi African American Resources
Census LinksCensus Online
Land Search & MapsBureau of Land Management
Misc. LinksMississippi Department of Archives and History Online ROOTS-L U.S. Resources: Mississippi MS Tornados 1950-1995 "L" Genealogy Message Searcher American Colonist's Library: Primary Source Documents Unclaimed pictures
Old Occupations (in Hall Genealogy Website)
Civil War LinksMS CW Units by County Confederate Regimental History Links The American Civil War Home Page Mississippi Civil War Pages
Cornell University "War of the Rebellion"Vicksburg National Military Park
War Links1835 Federal Pension List-Mississippi American Revolutionary War Soldiers WW I Registrants
Help For BeginnersDeciphering Old Hand Writing Helpful Addresses - MS Libraries and Links Cyndi's List of How To