Craighead County Circuit Clerk
The Circuit Clerk is the clerk of the circuit, domestic relations and juvenile court, and is also the ex-officio county recorder and is responsible for recording deeds, mortgages, liens, surety bonds and the county collector of child support. The Circuit Clerk also swears in all notary publics. The circuit clerk prepares summons, warrants, orders, judgments, and injunctions authorized by the circuit, domestic relations and juvenile court for delivery by the county sheriff.
Ann Hudson, Craighead County Circuit Clerk, 1997 to present
- Born about 4 ½ miles West of Cash, AR to Brisco & Ruth Coots, a farm family, the 8th of 10 children.
- Graduated Cash High School as Salutatorian.
- Mother of 2 daughters, Kristi (Hudson) Murphy of Jonesboro and Jamie (Hudson) Boylan also of Jonesboro.
- Has 2 grandchildren, Alysia Boylan, 13 and Gavin Boylan, 4.
- Raised on the west bank of the Cache River and raised her daughters on the east bank of Cache River.
- Moved to Jonesboro in 2002 and have lived near Jonesboro since that time.
- She began working in the Circuit Clerks’s office in 1971 and worked until the end of 1980 before taking a couple of years off before my children started to school. Went back to work in Municipal Court in 1983 and worked there until I was elected Circuit Clerk in 1996.
- She has been fortunate enough to serve as Circuit Clerk since January, 1997, the longest serving circuit clerk in Craighead County history. She has served with Craighead County for more than 37 years and has always worked diligently to give back as she has received.
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