Searcy County

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Searcy

Searcy County is named for Richard Searcy, who was a judge in Lawrence County.

 

Created:  December 13, 1838

County Seat:        

Lebanon                        1838 – 1856

Burrowsville ( Marhall )  1856 – 1867

Marshall                         1867 – present

 

County Courthouse – Marshall

 

Location:  NW – Center Street / West Main Street

Built:  1888 – 1889

Style:   Classical Revival

Architect:  J S Stephenson

Contractor:  McCabe & Greenhaw

 

Description:  The building faces east and is a two story brown stone structure. The stone masons were Jim Eatherly, Tom Treadwell, T J Thomas and others.

 

Courthouses: 

North  – Boone County and Marion County

East    – Baxter County and Stone County

South – Van Buren County and Pope County

West  – Newton County