Washington County Data
Welcome to Washington County!
Welcome to Washington County, Mississippi Genealogy & History Network. Our purpose is to provide free resources for genealogical and historical researchers. This site is FREE and will always be FREE to all researchers! Washington County MSGHN is looking for a volunteer to serve as County Director. If you are interested, please see the next section below.
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To Volunteer ...
MSGHN is looking for a volunteer to serve as County Director for this county! Some knowledge of creating websites is recommended. A love for genealogy, history, and volunteer work is a must. If you are interested in joining a group of caring and respectful volunteers, contact us at email@example.com for more information.
About Washington County...
Washington County is located in the Delta Region of Mississippi along the Mississippi River. Washington County was formed on January 29, 1827 and was named in honor of the first President of the United States, George Washington.
The county seat is Greenville. Other Washington County communities include: Hollandale, Leland, Arcola, Metcalfe, Avon, Chatham, Dunleith, Estill, Glen Allan, Helm, James, Murphy, Percy, Riverside, Stoneville, Tralake, Wayside, and Winterville. In it's first census in 1830 there were 1,976 residents listed. In the last federal census in 2000 the population was 62,977.