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Sir Isaac Newton

 

  Newton County was formed in 1836 from the southern half of Neshoba County.

 

The county was named for scientist and philosopher Sir Isaac Newton.

The county seat is Decatur.

 

Surrounding Counties
Clarke
Jasper
Kemper
Lauderdale
Leake
Neshoba
Scott
Smith
 
 


 

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Newton County Records
The Clerk of the Chancery Court - Phone (601) 635-2367 or (601) 635-3370 - has divorce, probate, civil court, and deeds from 1876. 
The Clerk of the Circuit Court has marriage records.  Most of the early records were lost due to a court house fire in 1911.

 

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Banner photo courtesy Library of Congress
Sir Isaac Newton grahic source:  Helmolt, H.F., ed. History of the World. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1902. 

Many thanks to former Newton County hostess, Mona Hura, for her contributions.

 

 


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