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This is all that is left of those huge Missouri Crates at this time, but I just bought a few more books which have not come in yet.  I will add some of them before this goes on the website, so be sure to check out our new MISSOURI web page to go up soon!  You had fun with these Missouri books and we thank you for the many orders.  You shopped so well, but I have added some I have found or bought since I started these crates for the “Show-Me” state!  So check it out!  New books will be added as we go!


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MO – GKS – GUIDE 01:  MISSOURI GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH.  By Dr. George K. Schweitzer.  Ph.D., Sc.D.  A 233-page book, 6” x 9” in size, laminated cardstock covers, wrappers, containing 1,342 sources for you to use in tracing your Missouri ancestors. Chapters include #1 Missouri background information on history and geography and their effects upon our ancestors lives and ours through our genealogical hobby.

Chapter #2 has a List of Types of Records, thirty-five, in all.  Plus directions for using them!  I don’t care how long you have been searching for genealogical clues to your family relationship puzzle, it never hurts to review procedures, record types and locations! [Are you searching for all thirty-five of them? Can you name even ten of them? You will not have thoroughly researched any county until you have searched ALL extant documents in all thirty-five categories of records for your surnames in the time period they were living there!  If it is in the records there, you need a copy of it in your records!  [Big Job, isn’t it?]  Thank goodness, you have the books and with their authors and publishers, you have help!]  Chapter #3 contains  Missouri Locations of the Records.  This chapter tells you where to find the records. Answers to “What repository has the particular documents you want to see, [in the original, if at all possible.”] 

Handwriting was difficult to read in the olden days even when it was newly done.  Ink was, many times, handmade at home and varied greatly from batch to batch.  These documents have been copied not once, but as the books wore out, they were often just recopied from the older books, instead of going back to the originals, thereby, giving yet another opportunity for the information to be changed from the original.] 

Chapter #4. [My Favorite Part!] has lists of Research Procedures to use and detailed listings of the records each county has and where they are located in each of Missouri’s 114 Counties.]  multiple copies are available.  [BEST BUY IN THE SHOP FOR $12.]

 

MO – HH -  GUIDE 02:  MISSOURI HISTORY OF YOUR

HERITAGE  By Ann Balhuizen, who passed away

shortly after this book was printed.  Maps were

drawn by Marjorie Hagaman Neumann.  86 

pages, white, slick finish two-color cardstock covers with a map of the State of Missouri on it.  The history

of your heritage series brings together historical

and genealogical research by providing you with

the detailed background in historical information that will make your family history come alive. The largest

part of this book is devoted to a detailed

chronologically-arranged list of historical events that     may have impacted our ancestor’s lives, information which begins in ca. 6000 BC and covers the development of Missouri with what you need to know

starting about the time of the Hopewell Indians,

who led a migration from Ohio, and the fact their burial mounds in Ohio and Missouri are much alike.

This section covers up to the taking of the 1920 census. 

A Research checklist follows.  (two pages.) 

This is followed by a more modern map

showing present county names and outlines

as well as cities and towns, rivers and streams.

A four-and-one-half page Bibliography ends this

section.  The last 20 pages are maps showing the development of Missouri.  Here is the list of maps:

1. Missouri and all states that adjoin its borders. 

2. Map shows the four geographic regions of

    Missouri,

3. The mountains of Missouri. 

4. Mining regions. 

5. Rivers of Missouri. 

6. Rivers Bordering Missouri.

7. Major Bodies of Water.

8. Highway Networks. 

                                         9. Cities and Communities. 

10.  Native American Tribes in Early Missouri. 

11.  Forts of Early Missouri. 

12.  Missouri and the Northwest Territory. 

13.  The Louisiana Purchase. 

14.  Missouri in 1819. 

15.  The Missouri Compromise 1820. 

16.  The Platte Purchase (Counties).

17.  Civil War Battles. 

18.  Order Number Eleven & Burnt District. 

19.  Trails. 

20.  Historic Sites in Missouri. 

This book provides you with a chronology of events that will serve as a source of clues for further research and/or migration morivations and patterns.

It enables you to see your ancestor in his time and place in Missouri’s history.  Multiple copies are available.  PRICE $9    

 

MO – YOGS - GUIDE 03:  GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES BOOK - MISSOURI GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES.  By Charles M. Franklin, YOGS, 1997, 18 pages, 8 by ll inches, cardstock covers, stapled.  The territory that is now Missouri started its life as a haven for Native Americans.  The paintings by Winter that are part of an art collection located in Washington, D.C. depict their early lives.  The French, who ranged up and down the Mississippi River Valley in the search for Indian trappers and hunters with furs to sell, first claimed it for their country in 1682.  France ceded the area now known as Missouri to Spain in 1763, but the French settled down in what became St. Louis in 1764 anyway.  Sainte Genevive was established as an original district in 1787.  People from Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia began to settle there by 1795.  In 1800

Spain returned the area to France.  The United States purchased the land from France as a part of the Louisiana Purchase made in 1803.  There are more details in this book.  There is a brief paragraph about Religion in Missouri.  A more detailed history of the Vital Records follows.  Census Records and Tax Records precede an explanation of Probate Records, Follow up information on Land and Property Records and Military Records is included.  What you need to know about Naturalization Records and Divorce Records in Missouri brings this section to a close. 

Archives and Library information follows for 55 of them!  If you know they exist, a visit to their current websites will bring you up to date on hours open and collections held in each one.  The “on-line” capability and notes on their collections of these two types of repositories varies widely from year-to-year.  

Next, he covers 184 Genealogical and Historical Societies. [Remember, if you know it exists, you can find what precious bits of history and genealogy it preserved, but if you don’t even know it existed, you will miss out on all it may have contained about your surname!   

Then he lists 109 Periodicals including information from particular areas, which will help to focus your attention on the specific areas in which your ancestors lived.  The last section, which contains a chronological list of the counties by their formation date, is very helpful.  Added information gives date of creation, Courthouse Address and Zip Code and telephone number!  Aren’t you now ready to go on vacation to Missouri to chase a few ancestors?  Where else can you get all this for the price of $5? 

Multiple copies are available.  PRICE: $5

 

MO – YOGS – GUIDE 04:  TRACING FAMILY TREES

IN ELEVEN STATES.  By Members of the St. Louis

Genealogical Society.  1970.  The Eleven States

to which this title refers are these: Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.  You probably have research to do in most of these states and this book is a wonderful way to keep basic information on all of them together.  This book is hardbound in beautiful green library binding, it has 290 pages, and is stuffed to the gills with what you need to find the answers to your genealogical questions.  It is a clue to what these society members can do to help you.  The books to which it refers, as must-check-this-title are sitting on the shelves of the society’s library today.  Hundreds of them are listed in this book with their library call numbers to assist you in a quick retrieval of that book from most library’s shelves.  Many people in this country will find this book covers their main areas of research with helpful information and a list of, “I’ve got to take a look at that book as soon as possible,” items. [Remember what I keep saying over and over.  A good researcher will want to look at every piece of research material, primary and secondary research items, that were created in the time period your ancestor was in that county and for every county he and she lived in during his or her lifetime.  If you don’t know that a book or article exists, you won’t know to ask for it! If you don’t know what repository has it, you may not think to go there to ask for it, and the key to your family puzzle will never be discovered – by you, anyway!  What a shame!  Only one copy of this book is available. ex-lib.  This book with almost 300 pages is priced at only $25.  PRICE:  $25

 

Many of you know what a great city St. Louis is for

genealogists with the collection of the St. Louis Public Library and the St. Louis County Public Library that now houses their own massive collection and also the National Genealogical Society’s Library.  Plan a day-trip or a short vacation and check out St. Louis.  If your children aren’t interested in genealogy, send them to the zoo, one of the best in the world, with Grandma or Grandpa, or their Daddy, and have a ball at the library.  There is a lot to see in St. Louis and your entire family would enjoy the trip.

If you live on the west side of the state, you can go to

Kansas City and the Mid-Continent Public Library in Independence, MO.  This collection is growing by leaps and bounds to fill their new building with genealogical goodies for you to research. 

Don’t miss going to the old Farmer’s Market to see the paddle wheel boat that sank in the Missouri River years ago. It had been completely covered by sand and debris for years until that boat was determined, historically and then discovered to now be under a cornfield!  An interested and enterprising family of plumbers dug the paddle wheel up out of the field, out of the sand and mud from where it lay actually still at the bottom of the former Missouri River and hit upon the idea of freezing the items to preserve them, then thawed them under controlled conditions, cleaned them and now display them!  What you see in the display cases is a collection of some things that spent decades under the Missouri River!  Some things look as if they could put a price on them and sell them for new, but they are a little old-fashioned by now.  But it is absolutely fascinating to see shoes, clothes, rows of pickle jars, dishes, jewelry, purses, boots and more!  That paddle wheel does not look as if it spent that many years under the River, but it still is exciting to watch it turn once again in the Museum that holds it.  Well worth a day’s trip to see it!  The sight fascinated our 10 year-old grandson, Ray and I in our late 40s, and my sister-in-law and brother in their 60s really enjoyed the sights, too.  I still feel sorry for the only casualty, a mule who was tied up below decks and could not escape his fate as the boat went down.  Our entire party spent the whole day there!  We have been there twice, and will go again should we get there once more!

 

MO – YOGS –01:  [A HISTORY OF FIVE COUNTIES AND SOME 800 OF THE EARLY MISSOURI PIONEER FAMILIES.] A HISTORY OF THE PIONEER FAMILIES OF MISSOURI WITH NUMEROUS SKETCHES, ANECDOTES, ADVENTURES, ETC. RELATING TO EARLY DAYS IN MISSOURI.  ALSO THE LIVES OF DANIEL BOONE AND THE CELEBRATED INDIAN CHIEF, BLACK HAWK, WITH NUMEROUS BIOGRAPHIES AND HISTORIES OF PRIMITIVE INSTITUTIONS.  By William S. Bryan and Robert Rose, GPC, 1984.  Original was published in 1876.  Facsimile edition with added introduction and index published in 1935.  This edition is a reprint of the 1935 edition done in 1977.  More than 800 families of the five counties embraced in this work, with the names of their children and other matters of interest are found within the covers of this book.  Mr. Rose personally visited one or more of the  descendants of these families and constructed the family sketches from his notes. Part I holds the life of Daniel Boone.  Part II has articles on Early Days in Missouri; Religious Matters; Affairs of Government, Etc..; The Indian War; New Madrid Earthquakes; and some of Our Antiquities.  Part III Covers St. Charles County and its Families.  Warren County and its Families.  Montgomery County and irs Families.  Callaway County and its Families and Audrain County and its Families.  In Part IV the authors added:  Life of Bishop Marvin; History of the Methodist Church; Colonel J. F. Jones; Adventures of Francis Skinner;  Francis Duquette; Academy of the Sacred Heart;  Church of St. Charles Borromeo;  Major Charles Baughman, the Montgomery County Hermit; The Slicker War; The German Immigration; The Town of Troy, Lincoln County; The Black Hawk War; and the Life of Black Hawk.

The last section contains Anecdotes and Adventures.  The every-name Genealogical Index runs for 40 pages and lists from the index, many of the descendants of the following surnames:  Adams,  Alexander Allen, Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Baldridge, Barnes, Beatty, Bell, Berger, Berry, Blue, Boone, Boulware, Bower, Bowles, Boyd, Brooks, Brown, Bryan, Callaway, Burt, Bush, Bybee, Campbell, Carter, Castlio, Chambers, Chaney, Chick, Clark, Coats, Coil, Coleman, Collier, Collins, Cornoyer, Covington, Cox, Craig, Craighead, Crawford, Crockett, Crump, Cundiff, Cunningham, Dast, Davidson, Davis, Day, Douglass, Drury, Duncan, Edwards, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ewing, Ferguson, Ferrell, Finley, Fisher, Fitzhugh, Ford, French, Fulkerson, Galbre(a)th, Garrett, Gentry, George, Gibson, Gilbert, Gill, Glover, Goodrich, Graham, Graves, Gray, Green, Hickman,

Hill, Holland, Holt, Hopkins, Hornbuckle, Howard, Howe, Howell, Hubbard, Hudson, Hughes, Hunt, Hunter, Hutchings, Irvine, Jackson, Jacobs, James, Jameson, Johnson, Jones, Keithley, Kelley, Kennedy, Kilgore, King, Kitzmiller, Lail, Lamme, Langley, Lee, Lewis, Logan, Long, Love, Luckett, Maddox, Mallerson, Martin, Massey, Matthews, Maupin, May, Metcalf, Mille, Moore, Morris, Morrison, Morrow, Mosely/ Moseley/Mosley, [Oh! The difference an e can make!], Murphy, Murray, Myers, McIntire, McKinney, McKnight, McPheeters, McRoberts, Neal, Neil, Nichols, Nunelly, Oliver, Overall, Overton, Palmer, Patton, Pearle, Roberts, Robinson, Rose, Russell, Sallee, Saylor, Scholl, Scott, Sharp, Shelton, Shields, Simms, Simpson, Sitter, Sitton, Smart, Smith, Snell, Snethen, Spencer, Steele, Stephens, Stephenson, Stevens Stewart, Stone, Suggett, Sullivan, Summers, Talbott, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Thornhill, Tinsley, Tucker, Turner, Van Bibber, Vaughan/Vaughn, Walker, Waller, Walton, Ward, Warren, Watson, Watts, Wayne, Welch, Wells, Wheeler, White, Whitesides, Wilkerson, Williams, Willingham, Wilson, Wood, Woods, Woodson, Wright, Wyatt, Young and Zumwalt.  This $45 book was stored in a garage which caught fire.  The book, paperbound, cardstock covered book is The biographical sketches run about a 4-inch-deep space usually in a very detailed manner concerning the wanderings of the family, settlement, marriage and children of a pioneer family.  Surnames with numerous first names include:  Abington, Adams, Alexander, Allen, Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Baldridge, Barnes, Bartley, Beatty, Beck, Bell, Bennett, Berger, Berry, Best, Bird, Bishop, Bledsoe, Blue, Booke, Boulware, Bowen, Bowles, Bowlin, Boyd, Bearley, Brooks, Brown, Browning, Bryan, Bryant, Buckner, Burkles, Caldwell, Callaway, Calvin, Campbell, Canterberry, Carter, Cason, Castlio, Caton, Chambers, Chaney, Chick, Clanton, Clark, Clements, Coats, Coil, Coleman, Collier, Collins, Cornoyer, Cottle, Courtney, Covington, Cox, Craig, Craighead, Crane, Crawford, Crockett, Crump, Cundiff, Cunningham, Darby, Darst, Davault, Davidson, Davis, Day, Diggs, Dillard, Dixon, Douglass, Drury, Duncan, Dyer, Edwards, Ellington, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ewing, Ferguson, Ferrell, Ficklin, Finley, Flipps, Fisher, Fitzhugh, Ford, Foster, Fourt, Fowler, Franklin, Frazier, French, Fuget, Fulkerson, Galbreth, Garrett, Garvin, Gaty, Gentry, George, Gibson, Gilbert, Gill, Gilmore, Glover, Goodrich, Gordon, Graham, Grant, Graves, Gray, Green, Greenwell, Gregory, Griffith, Griffin, Griggs, Griswold, Groom. Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamlin, Hancock, Hardin, Harding, Harper, Harris, Harrison, Hart, Hatche, Hatton, Hawkins, Hayden, Hays, Henderson, Henry, Hensley, Herndon, Hewett, Hickman, Hilbert, Hill, Hippenstall, Hobson, Hockaday, Holland, Hollaway, Holman, Holt, Hopkins, Hornbuckle, Howard, Howe, Howell, Hubbard, Hudnall, Hudson, Hughes, Humphreys, Hunt, Hunter, Hutchings, Irvine, Jackson, Jacobs, James, Jameson, Jamison, Jerney, Johnson, Jones, Keithley, Kelley, Kelso, Kennedy, Kilgore, King, Kitzmiller, Lail, Lamme, Langley, Lawrence, Leavell, Lee, Lewis, Liles, Logan, Long, Love, Luckett and Lyle.  This list is taken from the detailed family sketches.  PRIiCE for all 569 pages  $45

 

MO - YOGS – HIST 05:  MISSOURI HISTORICAL REVIEW.  By The State Historical Society of Missouri.  VOLUME XCIV, NUMBER 4. vi pages plus pages 365 thru 511 plus a Contents List for Volume XCIV NUMBERS 1, 2, 3, & 4. Primary articles in this issue are:  “Title Page to a Great Tragic Volume”:  The Impact of the Missouri Crisis on Slavery, Race, and Republicanism in the Thought of John C. Calhoun and John Quincy Adams, by Chandra Miller.  Next is “Calculated Confederate-Claiborne Fox Jackson and the Strategy for Secession in Missouri.” by Christopher Phillips.  “Unlikely Activism by O. K. Armstrong and Federal Indian Policy in the Mid-Twentieth Century.” written by Larry W. Burt.  “Show Me Missouri History Celebrating the Century, Part 3.” by Linda Brown-Kubisch and Christine Montgomery.  As well as their regular features which include News in Brief, Local Historical Societies, Gifts Relating to Missouri, Missouri History in Newspapers, Missouri History in Magazines, In Memoriam, Book Reviews and the special news about the Society’s Acquisition of a Wyan Portrait.  Also in this issue is the complete index to Volume XCIV.  Price: $1 if purchased with any other item, $2 postpaid if purchased as a single item.

 

MO – HERIT – MIXED COUNTIES 01:  MISSOURI GENEALOGICAL GLEANINGS, 1840 AND BEYOND, VOLUME 2.  By Sherida K. Eddlemon, 1998., Heritage Books, Inc.  233 pages, 5 ” by 8 ”, laminated cardstock covers, perfect binding.

A researcher and compiler of Missouri Records began a series of books some time ago.  The series is called

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings.  Her name is Sherida K. Eddlemon.  Her books were published by Heritage Books, Inc.  The two books I have are from the 1840 and Beyond, Volume 2 and Volume 5.  These were Missouri Counties not covered in Volume 1, except on some of the Volume 1 counties, additional information has been provided.  Census records for Missouri started in 1830, but many travelers and permanent settlers were missed in the census or only lived in the state after one census and left the state before the next census was taken.  Th purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestor between the census years.  Missouri was the Gateway to the Far West.  Both the Santa Fe to the Southwest and the Oregon Trail to the Northwest began at Independence, Missouri. [They have the Pioneer Museum and the Pony Express Museum in that area which are “must-sees” if you get to the Kansas City-Independence, MO area!  Settlers ans new immigrants from Germany, Swtzerland, Ireland, England, Poland, Bohemia and Italy flooded into Missouri when statehood became a reality in 1821!

The starting point for the Pony Express, which delivered mai; from there clear to California, was in St. Joseph.  The following counties are covered in this 233 page book:  Andrew, Atchison, Barton, Bnton, Boone, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Cass, Chariton, Christian, Clay, Crawford, Dallas, Dent, Dunklin, Franklin, Gentry, Green, Iron, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Lafayette, Madison, Marion, Moniteau, Morgan, Nodaway, Osage, Pettis, Polk, Puynam, Randolph, Ray, Saline, St. Charles, St. Francois, St. Louis and Taney.  Plus the variety of records is astounding including some you might not think to use.  There are obituaries, census, a list of Missourians that died on the plains, passenger ship lists, forty-niners membership lists, rev. war records, Mexican war vets meeting, cemeteries, church records, landowner’s Atlas, wils, assessment lists, Rebel tax list, graduate list for Business College, estray book, bridge subscription, licenses, delinquent tax lists, baptisms, circuit court attorneys, marriages, newspaper references, election returns.  Different choices for different counties, but she pulls it all together with a surname index.  You might get hits in 10 counties! Or more!!.  The last 33 pags are single-spaced, double columned index with about 120 names per page,  way too many to list here.  This book is packed with goodies you will be glad you found!  PRICE:  $24

 

MO – HERIT – MIXED COUNTIES 01:  MISSOURI GENEALOGICAL GLEANINGS, 1840 AND BEYOND, VOLUME 5.  By Sherida K. Eddlemon, 1998., Heritage Books, Inc.  243 pages, 5 ” by 8 ”, laminated cardstock covers, perfect binding.

This volume is part of the same series as the above book.  Mew counties covered in this volume are: Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Grundy, Laclede, Stone, Sullivan and Texas while additional information is made available on counties previously mentioned.  There is also a miscellaneous section which includes letters, military lists from several wars, mortality schedules, and much more.  Plus everything mentioned in Book 2’s review as to sources applies here too.  PRICE:  $24

 

MO  -YOGS - SEMINAR PROGRAM 01: ANCESTRAL ROUTES TO MISSOURI, ST. LOUIS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 24TH ANNUAL FAIR JUNE 19, 1993. HOLIDAY INN, WESTPORT, MO. Nine pages, cardstock front cover, paper questionnaire is the last page to be filled out and turned in at the end of the conference.  1. Floor plan of hotel. 2. Time and room schedule for the day.  3. Information and credentials about two of the speakers, Michael Palmer and Shirley Wilson.  4.  Two more speakers resumes, Edward E. Steele and Peter Michel.  5. Two more speakers’ qualifications, Peggy Thompson Greenwood and Linda Nehring.  6.  1993 Fair Committee Chairman: Robert D. Smith and Committee Chairman and names of others who helped plan and carry out the day. 7. Vendors and Exhibitors’ names and addresses.  8.  Contributors of door prizes and other gifts.  9. Paper questionnaire. Bundled with the following book.  SURNAMES OF INTEREST TO REGISTRANTS. Compiled by Ed Mochel for the St. Louis Genealogical Society 24th Annual Fair, Ancestral Routes to Missouri, June 19th, 1993, Holiday Inn, Westport, MO.  15 pages, Nice cardstock covers, stapled.  The section of this booklet at the front, printed on white paper, is a list of the 508 attendees of this conference with their then current complete address and a number.  On the six green sheets which follow is found the surnames of the ancestors for which they are searching.  [Heaven only knows what they have found out about those ancestors since 1993!]  65 ancestors per column on four column pages = 260 ancestors per page times 5 full pages = 1,300 names plus 34 on the last page = 1,334 ancestors tied to a living descendant in 1993.  Surnames mentioned more than once are:  Adams, Albers, Arens, Austin, Baker, Barton, Becker, Benne, Berg, Berry, Bostwick, Bradley, Braun 3, Bryant, Burke 4, Calvert, Calvin, Christy, Cline, Cook 3, Cox, Cross, Dale, Danforth, Davis 3, Die(c)kmann, Feldman, Flem(m)ing, Fox 3, Garrett, Gerhar(d)t, Goodwin, Harper, Harrington, Heaton, Henderson, Henson, Hess, Hogan, Horack, Hor(s)field, Hunt, Hunter, Ingram 3, James 3, Jenkins, John, Johnson, Jones 4, Kaufmann, Kell, Keller 3, Kell(e)y, Kern, King, Klingert, Knight, Koehler, Lewis, Long, Lyon(s), Mayberry, Mayfield, McCarthy, McGinnis, Mercer, Meyer 3, Miller 4, Milligan, Montgomery, Muckenstorm, Nagel, Niemeyer, Ogle 3, Owen, Patton, Porter, Price, Reeves, Rice, Roach 4, Rogers 3, Sailer, Scher(r)er, Schneider, Sharp, Simmons, Stinson, Taylor, Thomas, Thurman, Tucker, Voelker, Vogt, Wade, Waldron, Wallace, Webb, Weinkein, Werner, White, Wicker/s, Williams, Wilson 5, Winston, Wolf/e, Wright, and Young.  I have two copies.  Look at all the possible cousins pair-ups in that list.  Could you be a third cousin in their family? Both books for $3 if purchased with any other item.  $4. postpaid, if this is only item purchased. 

 

MO – YOGS – SURNAMES 02: MISSOURI SURNAMES OF INTEREST TO REGISTRANTS,  Annual Fair, Armchair Research, St. Louis Genealogical Society, 2000.  This information for this 50 page book was submitted by attendees planning to attend the big conference St. Louis has every year.  At the fair, this booklet is available to registrants to see if another person attending may be a cousin or researching a collateral line or may have a common surname of interest.  The name of the surname in which the person who submitted it is interested, then their surname and first name, then their address to facilitate exchange of lineage charts and family group sheets with city, state and zip code are all included.  Very helpful!  Also included the same type of booklet for 2003.  Recent enough to be of help today!   A Special Value.  Buy both for $7 if purchased with another item.  $9 if this is only item purchased.

 

 

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MISSOURI COUNTY RESOURCE RECORDS

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For your information, on this WEBSITE EDITION, these are Missouri Records, mostly marriage records, from various counties and varying time periods.  They are materials done mostly by the same author or compiler, Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, a woman who has done well over two to three hundred books that I know of, and perhaps more.  She has worked in the field of producing abstracts of basic genealogy record books in Missouri and Kentucky for many, many years. 

 

Her books look much alike.  They were typed on blue stencils, in the 1960s, because this was the way many books were done then; run through an ink-based duplicating machine, stapled together and the binding was sealed with silver tape.  They have cardstock covers which over time look mostly a little the worse for wear.  Lately many of the titles have been photocopied on a modern machine which faithfully copied the duplicated patterns of light and dark type.  They are readable, but the type does vary in intensity from light to dark.  I can read almost all of them easily, but I know enough when reading the index entry [which is alphabetical-that helps!] to use this little tip.  To check a surname that is difficult to read in the index, I pick the most legible and unusual first name and refer to that name’s page in the book to help figure out the surname that is difficult to read in the index.  If I am having trouble reading an actual entry in the book, I find looking around on that same entry, or page, often brings to light a more readable typing of that surname.  [Now you know enough to do it, too!]   The books are generally indexed.  I will tell you if they are not indexed.  These books are all, due to their method of duplication, occasionally, in certain places, somewhat of a definite challenge to read.  Hence their lower prices.

 

Also, [a word to the wise,] early Missouri records were spelled out by the clerk who wrote down what he heard.  Therefore, be aware that all these surnames may be spelled three or four different ways and be alert to spelling changes and variations.

 

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AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 12 JANUARY 1831 FROM RALLS COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The County Seat is in Mexico, Missouri 65265. 

 

MO – ARFX -  AUDRAIN 01: FAMILY MAPS OF AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 274 pp., 83 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

BARRY COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 5 JANUARY 1835 FROM GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The County Seat is in Cassville, Missouri 65625.

(Fire in 1872 destroyed many records in Circuit Clerk’s Office.)

 

MO – ARFX – BARRY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF BARRY COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 316 pp. 92 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

BENTON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 3 JANUARY 1835 FROM PETTIS & ST. CLAIR COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Warsaw, Missouri 65355.  (Courthouse burned in 1860.)

 

MO – ARFX  BENTON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF BENTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company,  ca. 20002009.  With 340 pp., 77 maps, $39. These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $39

 

BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 16 NOVEMBER 1820 FROM HOWARD COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Columbia, Missouri 65201.

 

MO – ARFX – BOONE 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 322 pp., 89 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

CALDWELL COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 29 DECEMBER 1836 FROM RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Kingston, Missouri 64650. 

In 1860 courthouse was destroyed by fire.  All records destroyed except for probate records.

In 1896 courthouse again destroyed by fire.

 

MO – HH – CALDWELL 01: CALDWELL COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGES 1845-1870.  By Colleen Alice Ridlen, 15 pages, cardstock covers, stapled.  Marriages are arranged alphabetically by the surname of both bride and groom in one list.  Surnames with three (marked by a ,) or more than three (marked by the actual #) are listed here:  Adams 6, Alexander 5, Baker 7, Barnett, Beckett 4, Bennett 5, Booker, Bowen, Bowers 5, Bradley 5, Bragg 4, Brooks, Brown 8, Buster 5, Butts 6, Carr, Carroll 7, Carter, Casto, Chain, Clark 8, Cook, Cox 12, Craig 5, Creason 5, Crist 5, Cross 4, Davis 21, Doak 4, Dodge 5, Dudley 4, Dunn 4, Early, Edwards 8, Elliott 4, Ernsbarger 4, Esteb, Fields, Fine, Flint 4, Frazier, Frederick 4, George 6, Gilbert, Goodman, Grove/s, Harlow, Harter 5, Harvey, Hatfield 9, Hays, Henry, Hill 5, Hughes 4, Hunt, Hunter 4, Hutchin(g)s 8, James 6, Johnson 7, Jones 17, Kautz, Keeney, King 7, Lane, Lewis, Lillard, Lindsey 4, McCollum, McCrea, McCray 4, McKinnis 4, McLullen, Mabe, Mercer,Michael 5, Midddaugh 7, Miller 9, Morton, Mumpower 4, Murray, Myers 4, Mylan 4, Nelson 4, Nichols, Odell, Orr, Oster, Owen 4, Owens, Parker 6, Paul 4, Payn/e, Penny 9, Perry 6, Phares, Phillips 11, Pollard 6, Reed 7, Richardson 6, Riggs 4, Robertson, Robinson 4, Rogers, Ross 10, Schooler 4, Scott 7, Shaf(f)er 7, Sloan 11, Smalley 4, Smith 16, Snider 5, Snyder, Spencer 6, Spivey 5, Stockton, Stonum, Sturg(e/i)ss, Swiggart, Thomas 5, Thompson 8, Tippett, Turner, Vanderpool, Walker, Wamsley, Waters 5, Watson, Webb, Welker 6, Wilhoit/t 5, Wilson 8, Wright 7, W(i/y)att, and Zimmerman.  PRICE: $8

 

CALLAWAY COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 25 NOVEMBER 1820 FROM MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MISSOURI. The county seat is at Fulton, Missouri 65251. 

 

MO – ARFX - CALLAWAY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CALLAWAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 360 pp., 92 maps, $39.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $39

 

CAMDEN COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 29 JANUARY 1841 FROM BENTON & PULASKI COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Camdenton, Missouri 65020.

 

MO – ARFX  CAMDEN 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CAMDEN COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., ARPHAX Publishing Company, 2000.  With 336  pp., 77 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

CARTER COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 10 MARCH 1859 FROM RIPLEY & SHANNON COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is Van Buren, Missouri 63965.

 

CARROLL COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 9 FEBRUARY 1838 FROM GALLATIN COUNTY.  The county seat is in Carrollton, Missouri 41008.

 

MO – CG – CARROLL 01:  CARROLL COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS BOOK A.  1835-1856.  By Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, 37 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped.  The KEY to the Ministers and records gives you some details, such as church name or denomination name that could well open up a lot of information found in church records for you.   

The following surnames have four (,) or more than four (#):  Adkins 23, Anderson 9, Appleberry 5,  Arnold, Arterburn 7, Austin 6, Bailey 6, Barnes, Beaty

9, Brickens 8, Brock 11, Brown 11, Burkhart, Callaway 7, Calvert 5, Campbell 6, Cary 13, Caskey 6, Casner 7, Clark 5, Clinkscales, Coleman, Cooley 14, Cooper, Cothran, Cox 5, Craig, Crockett 6, Cunningham 9, Darr, Daugherty, Davis 12, Dickson, Elder 6, Elliott, Farr 7, Farris 5, Freeman 8, Gentry 18, Glaze, Godsey, Goodson 5, Graham 6, Hall 5, Halsey 6, Hancock 6, Hardin, Hardwick 14, Harmon, Harper, Harris, Harvey 5, Henderson 5, Hensley, Hill 17, Hudson 10, Isom 5, James, Jeffries 5, Jennings, Johnson 14, Jones 9, Kilgore 5, Lewis 7, Lucas 5, Maggard 6, Martin, Mason, Matheny, Maupin 5, Mears 5, Miles 8, Miller 6, Minnis 9, Morgan 5, Morris 7, Newsom 8, Parker, Parmer 7, Phillips 10, Pitts 5, Poindexter, Reed 6, Riffe 8, Scott, Sharp, Shirley 7, Simpson 6, Smart 9, Smith 25, Squires 7, Standley 19, Staton 14, Stemm 6, Taylor 6, Thomas 24, Thompson, Titus 5, Trotter 8, Tull 9, Turner 12, Walker, Wallace 7, Warren 6, Webb 5, Winfrey 22, Woolsey 17, White, Williams 7, Wilson 6, and  Young.

Price:  $10    

 

MO – ARFX  CARTER 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CARTER COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.20002009.  With 205 pp. 65 maps, $30. These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $30

 

CASS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 3 MARCH 1835 FROM JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is Harrisonville, Missouri 64701.

 

MO – ARFX  CASS 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CASS COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 286 pp., 74 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

CLARK COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 16 DECEMBER 1836 FROM LEWIS COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is Kahoka, Missouri 63445.

 

MO – ARFX  CLARK 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CLARK COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 230 pp. 71 maps, $33.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $33

 

CLAY COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 2 JANUARY 1822 FROM RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Liberty, Missouri 64086. 

 

MO – ARFX  CLAY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CLAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 226 pp. 62 maps, $33.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $33

 

CLINTON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 2 JANUARY 1833 FROM CLAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Plattsburg, Missouri 64477.

 

MO – ARFX  CLINTON-01:  CLINTON  COUNTY, MISSOURI FAMILY MAPS.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 188 pp. 53 maps, $28.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $28

 

COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 16 NOVEMBER 1820 FROM COOPER COUNTY, MISSOURI

The county seat is in Jefferson City, Missouri 65101.

 

MO - CG  02:  COLE:  MARRIAGE RECORDS OF COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI 1821-1851.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 133 pages.  This book is similar to the others, but is much easier to read.  Format is the same.  Surnames with five or more than five first names are listed here:  Alexander, Allen, Amos, Berry, Bolton, Boyd, Brown, Buckner, Campbell, Chambers, Chapman, Clark, Clay, Claybrook, Clendennen, Coffelt, Colvin, Cooper, Crum, Davis, Dixon, Duncan, Durhan, Eads, Enloe, Fletcher, Fowler, Fulkerson, Glover, Gordon, Gouge, Gray, Hackney, Hall, Hampton, Harris, Harrison, Hart, Henley, Hensley, Herndon, Hines, Hoskins, Howard, Hunter, Inglish, James, Jobe, Johnson, Jones, Kenny, Kingery, Lawson, Loving, Martin, McDaniel, McKay, McKinney, McKenzie, McLaughlin, Miller, Moad, Moon, Moore, Morris, Morrow, Mulkey, Murray, Murry, Musick, Newel, Newton, Ogden, Prine, Proctor, Raithel, Ramsey, Ray, Redford, Reed, Rice, Riggins, Riggs, Roark, Roberts, Robinson, Ross, Russell, Sailing, Scott, Scruggs, Shelton, Shipley, Short, Simmons, Smith, Sone, Stark, Steely, Stephens, Stone, Taylor, Templeton, Thompson, Vaughn, Vernon, Vivion, Wade, Walker, Webb, Wells, Williams, Wilson, Wolf and Wolfrum.  This book is easier to read than some of the others and has an entirely retyped index which makes using this book a joy! PRICE $16

 

CRAWFORD COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 23 JANUARY 1829 FROM GASCONADE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Steelville, Missouri 65565. (1829-1835 county court records lost.  Courthouse burnt 1873 and 1884.

 

MO – ARFX  CRAWFORD-01:  FAMILY MAPS OF CRAWFORD COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 310 pp. 71 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

DADE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 29 JANUARY, 1841, FROM GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Greenfield, Missouri 65661.

(Courthouse burned, no records lost.)

 

MO – ARFX  DADE-N01:  DADE COUNTY, MISSOURI FAMILY MAPS.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 220 pp. 65 maps, $30.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $30

 

DALLAS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 29 JANUARY 1841 FROM POLK COUNTY, MISSOURI

The county seat is in Buffalo, Missouri 65622.

(Courthouse burned in 1844.  Formerly Niangua name changed to Dallas in 1844.  Courthouse burned in 1863.  Second courthouse burned in 1864.  Records destroyed.  Replaced records burned in 1867.)

 

MO – YOGS – FAMILY MAPS OF DALLAS COUNTY, MISSOURI,   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 252 pages, 53 maps, $37.  You can find homesteads, roads, waterways, towns, cemeteries, railroads and more.  Featuring three maps per township, these popular books have, for the first time, brought together the materials genealogists need to understand land records.  The name of the original purchaser of land in these counties is marked right on one of the three maps that cover each township in this county.  Deeds in this county held today can be traced directly back to one of these landowners and you will see his purchase outlined, his name and the year of his purchase printed right on the map.  With the help of the modern map that is included, you can find the roads you can drive on to reach his original purchase and see the land he saw when he first arrived in Missouri.  Of course, that landowner improved his land, (we hope), and passed it down from buyer to buyer, until your ancestor owned it. 

 

[Pat’s note]  It is quite a thrill to find your ancestor’s name printed on a certain plot of land!  It is even more of a thrill to be able to use the road map to actually locate his land on the ground, so to speak, and be able to walk on the land he walked on so many years ago.  The railroad tracks are not there now, but the nice farmer that owns his property now, walked us back to show us where those tracks once carried the “iron horse” and its cars filled with grain and corn across Shelby County, Indiana, to Indianapolis to the huge markets located there.  PRICE:  $37

 

DAVIESS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 29 DECEMBER, 1836, FROM RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Gallatin, Missouri 64640.

 

MO – ARFX  DAVIESS-01:  FAMILY MAPS OF DAVIESS COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 250 pp., 65 maps, $35.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $35

 

DENT COUNTY, MISSOURI, WAS CREATED ON 10 FEBRUARY, 1851, FROM CRAWFORD & SHANNON COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Salem, Missouri 65560.

 

MO – ARFX  DENT-01:  FAMILY MAPS OF DENT COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 304 pp. 68 maps $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

DOUGLAS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 29 OCTOBER 1857 FROM OZARK & TANNY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Ava, Missouri 65608.

 

MO – ARFX – DOUGLAS 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 344 pp. 77 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

FRANKLIN COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 11 DECEMBER 1818, FROM ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Union, Missouri 63084.

 

MO – ARFX  FRANKLIN-01:  FAMILY MAPS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 400 pp. 125 maps, $40.  These are MAP books with three maps for every township.  One will show each original landowner’s plot with his name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map.  There are also maps showing railroads, roads, cemeteries and churches, and a map showing physical features of the county.  These family map books are listed at the end of these county listings in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.   PRICE $40

 

GASCONADE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 25 NOVEMBER, 1820, FROM FRANKLIN COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Hermann, Missouri 65041.

 

MO – ARFX  GASCONADE 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF GASCONADE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 254 pp. 68 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

MO – ARFX – GENTRY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF GENTRY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Albany, Missouri 64402. (Courthouse burned in 1885.)

 

MO – ARFX  GENTRY-01:  FAMILY MAPS OF GENTRY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 192 pp. 53 maps $28.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $28

 

HENRY COUNTY, MISSOURI, WAS CREATED 13 DECEMBER 1834 FROM LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Clinton, Missouri 46735.

 

MO – ARFX  HENRY-01:  FAMILY MAPS OF HENRY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 314 pp. 83 maps $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI, WAS CREATED 15 DECEMBER, 1826 FROM LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Kansas City, Missouri 64106. 

 

MO – ARFX  JACKSON 01:  JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI FAMILY MAPS.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 274 pp. 71 maps $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

JASPER COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 29 JANUARY 1841 FROM NEWTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Jasper, Missouri 64836.

(Courthouse destroyed in 1863.  Courthouse burned in 1883.)

 

MO – TR – JASPER 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF JASPER COUNTY, MISSOURI.  266 pp., 70 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

MO - HH – JASPER 02:  JASPER COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1841-1854.  Researchers Publications.  No date.  Alphabetically arranged by grooms.  No bride’s index.  Over 50 marriages per page with groom, bride and date. 4.5 pages, about 225 marriages.  Surnames are so many, mostly one or two marriages each, that surnames with three or more first names are listed here:  Beasley 3, Boxley 4, Boyd 4, Brown 4, Degraffenreed 4, Duke 3, Duncan 5, Hornback 3, Jackson 4, Johnson 9. Jones 3, King 3, Laxson 3, Lee 4, Lewis 3, Martin 3, Maxey 5, NcDaniel 3, Mills 5, Moss 3, Pennington 3, Petty 4, Pool 3, Prigm(e/o)re 4, Richardson 4, Rober(t)son 5, Rucker 3, Scott 6, Secrest 3, Slinker 3, Smith 15, Stephenson 3, Thompson 4, Walker 6, White 4, Williams 4, Wilson 4 and Wright 3.  Multiple copies are available. price: $3

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 8 DECEMBER 1818 FROM STE. GENEVIEVE AND ST. LOUIS COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Hillsboro, Missouri 63050. 

 

MO – ARFX – JEFFERSON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF  JEFFERSON COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 312 pp., 86 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

MO - CG – JEFFERSON 07:  MARRIAGE RECORDS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, MISSOURI, VOLUME II, 1848-1869.  83 pages, Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry.    Surnames with five (,) or more (#) first names are listed here:  Adams 7, Alexander 6, Allred6, Anderson 6, Armstrong 9, Bage, Bailey 12, Becker, Beeler 7, Bittick 6, Blake 12, Blank, Boly 8, Boren 7, Brindley, Brooks 10, Bryan/t, Brown 18, Burgan, Burgess 8, Butler 9, Byrd 10, Cape, Carter, Cole 6, Cook 24, Cooper 6, Couch 7, Craig 6, Cross 7, Davis 27 Donnell 16, Drennan 6, Dugan, Edwards 7,  Eoff 6, Evans 6, Frazier 11, Frost, Gamele 9, Gibbons 6, Graham 9, Green 6, Hale, Hardesty 7, Harding 6, Harness, Harris 7, Harrison 6, Hart 7, Haverstick 14, Hearst 7, Held 6, Hendrickson, Hensley 10, Herrington 30, Higgins, Hilderbrand 9, Hill 7, Hollenbeck 7, Hunt 9, Husky 29, Jackson 10, Johnson7, Johnston 13, Jones 24, Kidd 7, King 6, Kyle 8, Lanham 10, Larkins, Lee 19, Lewis, Long 6, Longwith 7, Maness 20, Manwaring 6, Martin 9, Maupin, McKean 10,  McKee 12, McMullin 15, McClain 7, McCulloch, McCormick 20, McCullough 8, Medley 15, Meets, Miller 12, Moon 6, Moss 13, Mothershead 7, Muller 6, , Murphy, Murrell, Nelson 5, Null 19, Ogle 37, Owen 7, Palmer 6, Parker 6, Partney, Pepper 7, Pinson 7, Porter 9, Pounds 10, Prewitt 7, Price 6, Reed 8, Reppy 6, Reynolds 7, Richardson 9, Roberts 11, Robertson 9, Rogers 20, Sanders, Scaggs 6, Schmidt 12, Scott 6, Shoults 11,  Smith 42, Stephens 10, Stewart 9, Stone,  Stowe, Strickland 10, Stroup 9, Sullens 9, Taylor 9, Thomas 9, Thompson 7, Toy 6, Tucker 4, Ulrich 5, Vineyard 16, Walker 10, Ware, Washburn 9, Weber 7, White 10, Whitehead 9, Wickerham, Whitworth 6, Wideman 25, Wiley 13, Williams 93, Wilson 42, and Wright 8.  

PRICE $9 

 

JOHNSON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 13 DECEMBER, 1834, FROM LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Warrensburg, Missouri 64093.

 

MO – ARFX – JOHNSON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF JOHNSON COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 348 pp., 86 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 16 NOVEMBER 1820, FROM COOPER COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Lexington, Missouri 64067.

 

MO - HH – LAFAYETTE COUNTY 01:  LAFAYETTE CO., MISSOURI MARRIAGES 1821 – 1850.  By Colleen Alice Ridlen, 21 pages, cardstock covers, stapled.  The original Marriage Record Books from which these marriages have been copied are in the County Clerk’s Office in Lafayette County, Missouri.  The county seat is in Lexington, Missouri.  Marriages are listed alphabetically by the surnames of both the bride and the groom.   Surnames with three first names are marked by a comma ( ,) or more than three first names (marked by actual #)  are listed here:  Adams 7, (Aik/Ake)man, All(i)son 4, Anderson, Ashley, Austin 4, Bailey, Banks, Barker 12, Barnett 5, Bates, Bayless, Bell, Belles, Belt 5, Benton 4, Bigham, Bingham, Bledsoe, Blevins 5, Bounds 6, Bowman 9, Bradley, Bratton, Brown 9, Browning 4, Bruns, Bryant, Burtris 4, Burton 4, Call(a/o)way 4, Campbell 16, Cantrel/l 4, Carli(s)le, Carter, Catron 8, Chan(ce/s)lor, Chapman 5, Cheatham, Chinn, Clark 6, Clarke, Coats, Cobbs 4, Cole 5, Collins 11, Cooper, Couts 4, Cowan, Cox 28, Craig, Crews 4, Crouse, Curry, Davis 7, DeMasters 4, Dickson 6, Dierking 4, Dixon, Drummond 7, Dyer, Eagen 5, Edwards 4, Elliott, Ennis 5, Estes 5, Evans 6, Ewing 14, Farr(a/e)ll 5, Ferguson 5, Fickle 4, Fine 5, Fletcher 9, Flourn(e/o)y, Fox 6, Gan/n 5, Gillespie, Gleav(e/i)s 4, Gord(e/o)n 8, Graham 6, Granger 6, Graves 5, Green 9, Greer, Griffin, Hall 7, Harlow, Harris 5, Harrison 6, Hays 10, Helm 5, Helms 7, Hicklin 5, Hickman, Hill 9, Hitchcock 4, Hopper 10, Horn 4, Howe, Howell 5, Hudson 4, Hughes 3, Hunt, Hunter, Hutson, Iles, Ish, Jack 3, Jackson, James 8, Jennings 13, Johnson 33, Jones 9, Kavanaugh, Kerby 4, King 4, Landerdale, Lankford 6, Lee, Levisay, Lewis, Lightner 5, Linville 7, Loghan, McCarty 4, McClure 6, McFarland 4, McWilliams 4, Manion, Marr, Martin 8, Mason, Mathew/s, Merritt 4, Miller 7, Mitchel/l, Mock 5, Moore 5, Morgan, Morris 4, Morrow, Mulkey, Mulky 7. Myers, Nave 4, Nelson 5, Nevins, Noland, Norris 7, Nutter 4, Owen, Page 5, Patrick 5, Peters, Porter, Powell 6, Price, Prock, Proctor, Ramsey, Ray 7, Reed 6, Renick 10, Reyburn, Rice 6, Richey, Roberts 6, Robinson 6, Rose 5, Rupe 7, Russell 4, Rutledge, Sanders 4, Scott 6, Seawell 4, Shelby 4, Shore/s 4, Simpson, Slusher 10, Smith 20, Stafford, Stapp 6, Stevens, Stewart 4, Stokes, Stone 5, Stovall, Summers, Taylor, Thomas 10, Thompson 6, Trap/p 4, Tribble 4, Turner 4, Uphaus, Vivion, Waddle 12, Walker 8, Wallace 14, Waller 4, Ward 9, Warder 4, Warm(a/i/u/)ck 4, Warren 8, White 14, Whitsell9, WWiley 5, Williams 10, Wilson 6, Win(d)sor 4, Wood 8, Yantis, Young 26, and Your(ee/ei/ey)! 4.  Multiple copies are available.  PRICE:  $8

 

LEWIS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 2

JANUARY 1833, FROM MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Monticello, Missouri 63457. 

 

MO – YOGS – LEWIS 01:  LEWIS COUNTY, MISSOURI, 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS PRINT-OUT.  By Dr. John F. Schunk, 1986, S-K Publications.  260 pp., laminated cardstock covers, white pastic circular prong binding.   From page 324 through page 389 of the 1850 census printed out for you to read, No microfilm reader needed.  No computer needed.  Each census sheet, printed landscape style across the 11” width of the page, tkes four sheets of paper to print out.  Thirteen columns of this census are right there for you to read.  You will find the following information on these sheets for each person on the census for whom the census taker gathered the information:  1. Dwelling number in sequence from number of above entry.  2. Families numbered in the order of visitation.  [May not agree with dwelling number because more than one family might live in one dwelling.]  3. Name of every person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1850, was in this family.  4. Age.  5. Sex.  6. Color [Choices were White, Mulatto, Black.]  7. Profession, Occupation or Trade of each male over 15 years of age.  8. Value of Real Estate owned.  9. Place of Birth. [State, Territory or Country.] 10. Married Within the Year. 11. Person Attended School within the year. 12. Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write.  13.  Whether deaf, dumb, idiotic or insane.

 

This record type concerns census information.   These are nice print-outs with black print on white paper of the actual microfilmed copy of the 1850 census.  Because they are surname indexed, they will assist you in a full-surname search of the county, because you can study every entry in that county for your surnames, check for misspellings, and for the many surnames that married into the family that are still living in that county in 1850.  These have the entire census entry for these 13 columns.  The book is surname indexed.  [You would want to copy all the census entries for your surname which occur in the same county that yours lived in because, with more research, you might find out they are related to your family!  There is not enough room here to copy all the surnames –that takes five whole pages, but here are the number of pages (There may be more than one family listed on one page.]in the index for the surnames  that have several:  Adams 3, Agee 4, Alford 2, Allen 4, Ammerman 2, Anderson 7, Baker 5, Ball 2, Barnes 2, Barnett 2, Bates 6, Baxter 2, Bayne 2, Beckett 2, Beckner 2,Bennett 2, Berry 2, Bevins 4, Bibb 2, Biggs 3, Bishop 2, Blair 4, Bland 2, Board 2, Bohom/s 4, Boling 2, Bourn 9, Bowem 2, Bowman 2, Bozarth 2, Bradshaw 3, Brendell 2, Briscoe 6, Brown 14, Browning 2, Buford 3, Burch 7, Burgess 2, Burke 2, Burnett 3, Burns 2, Caldwell 3, Cardwell 3, Carter 2, Cashman 2, Cason 2, Cheatham 3, Clark 2, Clow 3, Collins 4, Cook 2, Cooksey 2, Cooper 2, Cooter 2, Cottrell 2, Coc 2, Creacy 3, Cummins 3, Cunningham 2, Sorry, this is going to be too long, so I won’t copy the twos for the rest of the alphabet.  Sorry.  Davis 10, Devilbiss 4, Durkee 3, Eagon 3, Ellis 4, Emerson 3, Ewalt 3, Ewing 3, Faulconer 3, Fisher 4, Ford 5, Forest 3, Frame 3, Frazier 3, Fretwell 3, Gayhart 5, Gill 3, Graves 6, Green 6, Gregory 4, Hall 3, Hamilton 9, Harper 3, Harrison 3, Hawkins 5, Haycraft 3, Henderson 3, Henton 3, Hewlett 3, Hill 4, Holt 5, Howard 4, Humphrey 4, Jackson 6, Jeffries 3Jennings 3, Jobe 4, Johnson 13, Jones 17, Kendrick 3, Kidwell 5, Lewis 5, Lillard 7, Loudermilk 4, McGee 3, Marks 3, Marshall 5, Martin 6, McCann 3, McCormack 4, McCutchen 3, McDaniel 5, McKinney 3, Miller 5, Mitchell 3, Moore 3, Morris 4, Munday 3, Murphy 5, Nelson 5, Noel 3, Perkins 3, Pierce 4, Piorter 4, Reese 4, Richardson 4, Ridgway 3, Roberts 8, Robinson 3, Rodefer 4, Rush 3, Seeber 3, Simpson 3, Smith 20, Smoot 3, Staples 5, Stephens 3, Stoner 3. Stowers 4, Stuart 3, Sweet 3, Tate 3, Thomas 5, Thompson 6, Tompkins 6, Tooley 3, Turner 5, Waggener 4, Wallace 3, Wash 6, Watkins 3, Webber 3, West 4, White 5, Widner 3, Williams 15, Wilson 8, Wright 6.  Wow:

That is a lot of eyestrain saved for a relatively small price.  PRICE: $20

 

LINN COUNTY, MISSOURI, WAS CREATED ON 6 JANUARY 1837, FROM CHARITON COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Linneus, Missouri 64653.

 

MO – ARFX – LINN 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF LINN COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 238 pp., 65 maps, $33.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $33.

 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 6

JANUARY 1837, FROM CARROLL COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Chillicothe, Missouri 64601. 

 

MO - CG -   LIVINGSTON 01:  MARRIAGE RECORDS OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MISSOURI 1837-1863.  Published by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry.  57 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped with silver tape.   Surnames with four or more first names are listed here [NOTE:  The + indicate close to 10 of them!]: Adams, Allen, Alnut, Anderson+, Arbuckle, Austin+, Ballenger, Barsdell, Barnes, Bates, Baxter, Black, Blann, Boon, Bradford, Brassfield, Brown, Bryan, Caldwell, Carr, Carter, Clark+, Coats, Coburn, Collins, Cooper, Cox+, Crawford, Crews, Crow, Curtis, Davis+, Dockery, Ervin, Frith, Gann, Gibbs, Gibson, Gill, Girdner, Gobin+, Goodman, Graves+, Green, Hargrave, Harris, Harrison, Haynes, Hoge, Hicks, Hix, Holbs, Hudgins, Hughes, Hutchinson+, Ireland, Jacobs, Jennings, Johnson+, Jones+, Kirk, Leaton, Lee, Leeper, Liggett, Lucas, Lyons, Manning, Martin+, Mathews, May, McClure, McDaniel, Messer, Miller+, Mitchell, Moore, Offield, Peery, Pend, Preston, Purcell, Reynolds, Riff, Russell, Scott, Shriver, Silvey, Simmans, Simpson, Smith+, Sneed, Snider, Stone, Stout, Taylor, Thompson, Todd, Turner+, Tye, Walden, Walker+, Ward, Ware+, Wells, West, White+, Wilburn, Wilkerson, Wilkinson, Williams+, Wilson+, Winfrey, Winkler+, Wolfskill, Wood+, Woolsey, Wright and Yates. PRICE:  $7

 

MO-CG - LIVINGSTON 02:  LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS, BOOK 2, 1863-1880.  Data compiled by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry. No date.  67 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped.    Done as most of her books were, chronologically, and then indexed.  Surnames with five or more first names are listed here:  If they have 10 or more first names, a plus (+) will follow the surname:  Adams, Allen+, Anderson +, Austin, Baker, Belle+, Bowman, Brassfield, Brown+, Bryan, Butler, Campbell+, Carr, Carter, Clark, Clem, Clowdis, Cooper+, Cox, Davis +, Dowell, Drake, Gann, Gibbons, Gibbs, Gibson, Goben, Graham, Graves, Green, Hale, Harris, Hudson, Hughes, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jacobs, Jennings+, Johnson+, Jones+, Martin, Mathews, Morgan, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Patterson, Raynard, Reynolds, Robinson, Smith+, Stewart, Stone+, Thomas, Thompson, Trumbo, Turner, Walker, Ware, White, Williams+, Wilson+ and Wright.  PRICE: $8

 

MACON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 6 JANUARY, 1837 FROM RANDOLPH COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Macon, Missouri 63552.

 

MO – ARFX – MACON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF MACON COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 300 pp., 77 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

MADISON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 14 DECEMBER 1818 FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU AND STE. GENEVIEVE.  The county seat is Fredericktown, Missouri 63645. 

 

MO – ARFX – MADISON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF MADISON COUNTY, MISSOURI.    By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 210 pp., 53 maps, $30.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $30

 

MILLER COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 6 FEBRUARY 1837, FROM COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is Tuscumbia, Missouri 65082. 

 

MO – ARFX – MILLER 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF MILLER COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 278 pp., 68 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

MONROE COUNTY, MISSOURI, WAS CREATED ON 6 JANUARY 1831 FROM RALLS COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Paris, Missouri 65275. 

 

MO – ARFX – MONROE 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF MONROE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 288 pp., 74 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 14 DECEMBER, 1818, FROM ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is Montgomery City, Missouri 63361.  (County records burnt in 1864.)

 

MO – ARFX – MONTGOMERY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 236 pp., 65 maps, $33.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $33.

 

NEW MADRID COUNTY WAS CREATED ON 1 OCTOBER, 1812 AS AN ORIGINAL DISTRICT.  THE COUNTY SEAT IS IN NEW MADRID, MISSOURI.

 

MO – YOGS – NEW MADRID, MISSOURI 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINTOUT.  Dr. John F. Schunk, Editor, 1989, S-K Publications.  Each actual page of the census takes four pages to show in what really is an actual printing copy of the census.  This county begins on page 272 and runs to census page 320 or 48 pages of census times 4 = 192 pages of census + 5 pages of surname index.  The following surnames have entries on three or more pages of this book:  Adams 7, Alford 5, Allen 8, Anderson 3, Baldwin 3, Barnes 3, Barnett 4, Bish(i/o)p 3, Branham 4, Brown 9, Butler 5, Caldwell 3, Carr 3, Cawthorn/w 3, Clark 3, Cline 4, Cupp 4, Dapron 4, Davis 9, Downing, Dukes 3, Dunklin 3, Eastwood 3, Ellis 3, Ford 3, Gambla 3, Gilbo, Godan 3, Grahm 4, Gray 7, Hale 3, Haney 8, Harris 6, Hart 4,  Hatcher 3, Hays 4, Henderson 5, Hickerson 4, Hill 9, Hoffman 3, Howell 4, Hunot 5, Jackson 6, Jacobs 5, James 3, Johnson 11, Jones 6, Kimball 3, Kinsman 4, Kinworthey 3, Knox 3, Lafont 3, LaPlant 4, Lazell 4, Lee 4, Lestern/e 8Lewis 11, Longio 5, Magee 3, Martin 3, Mathews 5, Maulsby 3, McKinney 3, Meatt 4, Mller 5, Minner 9, Mitchell 5, Montgomery 4, Moore 7, Morrison 4, Murphey 3, Nelson 4, Newman 4, Nicholas 4, Oliver 4, Paqsquin 5, Perry 3, Phillips 7, Powell 6, Price 3, Ruddl 6, Russell 3, St. Mary 3, Scott 3, Scroggins 3, Secoy 4, Shaver 3, Shults 3, Sikes 3, Smith 14, Spear/s 3, Spence 3, Stewart 3, Summer/s 7, Tarkington 3, Teal/e 3, Terror 4, Thompson 9, Toney 5, Tucker 3, Turner 7, Walker 9, Walling 3, Warren 4, Waters 5, Watson 3, Wheat 3, Whitworth 3, Williams 4, Wilson 4, Woods 4, Wright 13, and Yeargan 3.  PRICE:  $25.    

 

NEWTON COUNTY, MISSOURI, WAS CREATED ON 30 DECEMBER, 1838, FROM BARRY COUNTY, MISSOURI. The county seat is Neosho, Missouri 64850.  (Strip two miles wide was detached from Newton and was attached to Jasper County in 1846.)

 

MO – ARFX – NEWTON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF NEWTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 234 pp., 77maps, $32.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $32

 

OZARK COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 29 JANUARY, 1841, FROM TANEY COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is Gainesville, Missouri  65655.

 

MO – ARFX – OZARK 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF OZARK COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 304pp., 77 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

PEMISCOT COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 19

FEBRUARY 1851, FROM NEW MADRID COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is Caruthersville, Missouri 63830.  (Courthouse and records burned in 1883.)

 

MO – YOGS - PEMISCOT 01:  PEMISCOT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.  IN THE BOOTHEEL OF MISSOURI’  VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 1 Summer, 1990, pages 1640 thru 1659; NUMBER 2 Fall, 1990, pages 1660 thru 1679; NUMBER 3 Winter, 1991, pages 1680 thru 1700; and NUMBER 4 Spring, 1991, pages 1701 thru 1720.  The Pemiscot County Historical Society was organized in April of 1970.  All quarterlies are indexed in a card file in their Archives.  An index of over 1720 pages in 1990 would be almost three sizes its 1990 size by now.  If you have people from this county, ask the society to please check the file for your surname.  Send a check for photocopying materials or membership if you know your ancestors were there.  Check the census for your surname.  Ancestry.com does a fine job of making the census available to most public libraries, so do this first.  After you are a member, send a query to this quarterly and see if you turn up any cousins among their readers.  This periodical is great with gravestone information from Gates Cemetery; continuing with Braggadocio Baptist Church Cemetery next for three pages; then Oak Grove Church and Cemetery, 2 pages; Marriage Records from Jan. 30, 1887 to Feb. 22, 1891; Five pictures of Jeanes School, Mrs. E. M,. Fitzpatrick; Advertising cards, Seven pictures from Fisher School; Orchids - a place where those who have had the good fortune to be supported by the community have the opportunity to say “Thanks”, or to thank someone who has done anything that is nice for the society or the community can be publicly appreciated.  GOOD IDEA!  [It seems to me that we could all use a little more appreciation for doing the right thing!]  Could the lack of that appreciation be why not as many people “bother” to do the right thing?  Children learn by observation.  What do they see when they look at us?] Newspaper clippings fill the next page, concerning the death of Ed Cochran in 1917, and his funeral 38 years later, arranged by his brother, Ezra.  It was still possible to view the body after 38 years.  [Better late than never.];  History of American Legion Fair after 24 years with a whole page of pictures; pictures of four buildings -  I.O.O.F. Lodge, Masonic Building, Armory Building, V.F.W. Building; more newspaper columns fill the remaining pages of this issue.  Interesting articles.  The remaining three quarterlies are, at first glance, every bit as interesting as this first one.  PRICE is $10 for all four issues. 

 

MOYOGS  PEMISCOT 02:  PEMISCOT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.  IN THE BOOTHEEL OF MISSOURI’  VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 1 Summer, 1991, pages 1721 thru 1740;  Thi issue starts with cemetery inscriptions beginning with Isaac Wells and Daisey M. Wilson and continuing with Allen Grove Colored cemetery, Green Cemetery, Cagle Cemetery and Dan Roeher Cemetery 4 pages;  Marriage Records William Medley down to 2 pages; 20 years Anniversary of Jeanes School Patron’s List; Pictures of teachers at Washington Jigh School 1931 and Pemiscot and Dunkin County teachers in 1950 at Central High School.  Lists of teachers 1949-1950. More pictures of teachers; A biography of Silas Earl McCulloch, 5 pages; A shhet from the Rotarian, Steele. Mo with a list of members and their birthdays sponsored by the Methodist Church includes history. 

VOLUME XVII NUMBER 2 Fall, 1991, pages 1741

thru 1760; Cemetery Inscriptions from Ozy

Lafferty to Claude Trosper; Franklin Cemetery,

Mooneyham Cemetery, Morning Star Colored

Cemetery,  Macedonia Colored Cemetery,

Cemetery by the Hall Home.  4 pages; Marriage

Records from Lee Mitchell To Samuel Mueller

2 pages; autobiography of Lebanese girl Attei

Katherine Jabour, 4 pages; Table on Contents

of the stories written in a 7th grade English class

in 1948-49 Deering, MO, authors and stories

names included.  The Wonderful

Gift, story is here, really was!  Hayti – 4 state focal

point; Pictures of the Bank of Braggadocio and the

farmhouse of Frank L. Long, Cashier of the Farmers

Bank; Cute story about a very young actress and

green velvet shorts and a poem; The Legend of

Reelfoot Lake.  Native Americans have a way of

creating a story that matches the facts and

explains an earthquake!; and some newspaper

stories.  PRICE:  Both for $5

 

MOYOGS  PEMISCOT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

IN THE BOOTHEEL OF MISSOURI  VOLUME XVIII,

NUMBER 3 Winter, 1993, pages 1841 thru 1860; Articles include:  Some Cemetery Inscriptions, Vol. IV – Nettie Chandler to George Deatheridge alphabetically arranged, 4 pages; Marriage Records Alphabetically arranged from T. J. Ransburg to B, W, Roberts, 1882-1898.  My Autobiography by Benjamin F. “hot” Rogers (8 pages – to be continued.); Biography of Lillian Quillen Kersey.  A continuation of an article about the Ameican LOegion Auxiliary Post #88.  1938 to 1989.  4 pages; an article from The Republican – Headline Kiwaians buy $2,500.00 worth of Bonds at Club Bond Auction Tuesday Night. Followed by the article Peniscot County Goes Over Top in War Bond Drive.  And a picture of a four-motored, long-range bomber that will be named for”The County of Pemiscot”.  PRICED WITH ISSUE BELOW.

 Volume XVIII NUMBER 4 Spring, 1993, pages 1861 thru  1880. This issue begins with more cemetery inscriptions from John Neal Dent to J. B. Farris alphabetically arranged.  4 pages, Marriages from John T. Roberts to E. S. Samford  2 pages; A History of Martha Marie Huffman Garrett, presented to the Society, April 24, 1992. 4 pags; Newspaper articles detail tragedy by fires and a huge land  sale.  The article prepared for the eulogy of Virginia Josephine VanCleve 3 pages; More about the American Legion Auxiliary Post #88.  3 pages, Newspaper article

about the graduating class of 49 Caruthersburg High School  Seniors of 1943.  PRICE:  Both for $5 

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PETTIS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 26

JANUARY 1831, FROM COOPER & SALINE  COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is Sedalia, Missouri 65301. 

 

MO – ARFX – PETTIS 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF PETTIS COUNTY, MISSOURI.    By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 271 pp., 71 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

MO – CG – PETTIS 02:  PETTIS COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1877-1885.  By Jacqueline Hogan Williams and Betty Harvey Williams.  1973.

These records were copied from those located in the Courthouse in Sedalia, Missouri.  They appear to be arranged in chronological order.  The format is more extensive than many formats for consents are included in the entry.

SAMPLE:  1.)  Lic. 15 March. 1882  George Wiles to Alice Williams, both of Sedalia, m[arried] at Sedalia 15 Nar. 1882 by J. M. Plannet.Regular Baptist Min.  E/108. 

2.)  Lic, 3 Mar. 1882  Sigel Hughes his mother  Martha Hughes   consenting, to Myrta S. Joslin her father M. C. Joslin consenting, m. at Sedalia 5 Mar. 1882 by L. W. Whipple, M. G. E/101

The index is a surname index and only page numbers are given.  Please remener to check all names on the page for your surname for that page will be noted only once, but the names may occur in more than one marriage.  Surnames with three or more page numbers are listed here with the number of pages listed.  Adair 3, Adams 10, Alexander 17, Allen 13, Allison 8, Anderson 22, Armstrong 3, Arnold 6, Ailing 6, Atwood 3, Avery 3, Austin 4, Bahner 3, Bailey 11, Baker 6, Baldwin 9, Banks 5, Barge 5, Barker 3, Barley 3, Barnes 5, Barrett 4, Bartlett 3, Baugh 8, Beach 3, Beaman 3, Beattle 27, Behrens 3, Bell 11, Bennett 9, Benscoter 3, Benton 4, Berry 18, Bewly 14, Biggs 3, Binder 3, Bird 7, Black 9, Blair 4, Bohon 6, Boon 4, Boswell 4, Bouldin 3, Bowman 5, Bradfield 3, Brandt 4, Bray 4, Bright 3, Brockman 3, Brooks 7, Brown 51, Browne 26, Bruner 4, Buchanan 6, Buckley 4, Buckner 9, Burford 5, Burgess 3, Burke 3, Burnett 3, Burton 5, Butler 6, Calvert 7, Campbell 13, Card 3, Carpenter 12, Carr 4, Carroll 5, Carson 4, Carter 11, Castle 3, Chaney 3, Charles 3, Chasteen 5, Chatham 4, Christian 5, Clark 39, Clayton 5, Cole 5, Collins 4, Comfort 3, Conner 3, Cook 7, Cooley 3, Cooper 10, Cordes 3, Courtney 9, Cowan 35, Cox 3, Craig 7, Cramer 3, Crawford 12, Crews 4, Crocker 4, Cross 6, Crouch 3, Crushshon 3, Culp 4, Cunningham 8, Curran 4, Need to move base number to five.  Daniel 8, Davidson 17, Davis 22, DeHaven 5, Devoll 13, Dickman 9, Divers 10, Dorsey 9, Dow 11, Duncan 34, Dunn 5, Edwards 15, Elliott 9, Evans 11, Fall 5, Farley 7, Farr 7, Farris 6, Ferguson 15, Fields 8, Finley 5, Fisher 30, Fleming 5, Ford 7, Foster 10, Fowler 7, Frank 5, Franklin 11, Frazier 13, Fuller 26, Fullerton 6, Fulton 12, Gentry 13, Gibson 5, Gietl 6, Gill 9, Gillespie 7, Glasscock 5, Glass 5, Godbey 23, Godby 8, Goodnight 6, Goodrich 6, Goodwin 14, Gordon 5, Gorrell 7, Graham 11, Gray 16, Green 11, Greer 9, Grimes 5, Gunther 7, Haggard 5, Hall 7, Hallam 22, Halstead 19, Halsted 25, Ham 6, Hampton 5, Hancock 5, Harris 38, Harrison 22, Hawkins 6, Heinlein 7, Helsley 5, Henderson 14, Hermann 7, Herrman 8, Heyne 8, Higgins 8, Hill 21, Holloway 7, Houston 7, Howe 22, Hubbard 6, Huff 6, Hughes 17, Hunter 6, Hutchinson 12, Ireland 7, Jackson 30, Jenkins 6, John 12, Johnson 43, Jones38, Kahrs 9, Keele 14, Kelly 9, Kennedy 7, King 10, Klinksick 6, Kloeckner 6, Krafft 13, Lucy 23, Lane 8, Lawton 11, Lee 13, Leftwich 7, Letts 9, Lewis 15, Lowry 5, Sorry, this is taking too much room.  PRICE:  $17

 

PHELPS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 13 NOVEMBER, 1857 FROM CRAWFORD, PULASKI AND MARIES COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in

Rolla, Missouri 65401.

 

MO – ARFX – PHELPS 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF PHELPS COUNTY, MISSOURI.    By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca. 2000-2009.  With 270 pp., 71 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

RANDOLPH COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 22 JANUARY, 1829 FROM CHARITON COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Huntsville, Missouri 65259.  (Courthouse burnt in 1880.  A few records lost.)

 

MO – ARFX – FAMILY MAPS OF RANDOLPH COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 218 pp., 53 maps, $27.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $27

  

SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 25

NOVEMBER 1820, FROM COOPER & HOWARD COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Marshall, Missouri 65340. (Courthouse burnt in 1864, but records were saved.)

 

MO - CG – SALINE 01 & 02:  MARRIAGE RECORDS OF SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, 2 VOLUME SET.  VOLUME I covers 1820-1850.  46 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped binding.  1959.  Sold with VOLUME II SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 26 June 1851-23 September, 1869.  60 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped binding. Two volumes together.  Volume I surnames with four or more first names include:  Allison, Anderson, Ayres, Baker, Beaty, Bell, Berry, Brice, Brown 18, Campbell, Chappell, CopelaNd, Davis 21, Duncan, Durrett, Edwards, Fall, Ferrill, Fields, Finley, Fisher, Garrett, Green, Gwinn+, Hall, Hamilton, Hanks, Hansbrough, Harris+, Hayne, Hays, Hicklin, Hill, Hollaway, Howard, Huff, Huffman, Jackson, Johnson +, Lewis, Logsden, Marshall, Hollister, McMahan, Miller, Millsap, Mullins, Nave, Pulliam, Reavis, Roberts, Scott, Simmons, Smith+, Spott, Sullivan, Thomas, Thompson+, Thornton, Thrailkill, Vanmeter, Vaughn, Venable, Williams, Wilson, Wood and Woolridge.

VOLUME II includes these surnames with four or more first names:  Adams, Allen, Anderson, Aulger, Bailey, Baker, Beaty, Bell, Berry, Blakely, Booker, Bright, Brown 15, Bruce, Buie, Burnsides, Campbell, Carmack, Carpenter, Cheatham, Clark, Claycomb, Collins+, Compton, Cooney, Cooper, Cott, Crosslin, Davis+, Dennis, Dial, Dille, Dudley, Duffy, Duggins, Durrett, Dysart, Edwards, Epperson, Ferguson, Ferrill, Fields, Finley+, Fitzgerald, Ford, Frizzell, Fulkerson, Gallagher, Garrett, Gaulding, Goodman, Gresham, Grove, Gwinn+, Hall, Hancock, Hanly, Harmon, Harris+, Harrison, Harvey, Hawkins+, Haynie, Hays, Herring, Hickman, Hill, Hood, Howard+, Hudson, Huff, Hunt, Hunter, Huston, Jackson+, Johnson+, Jones+, Kelly, King, Kirby, Lewis+, Liggett, Lynch, Marshall, Martin Maupin, Mayfield, McClain, McDaniel, McGuire, McMahan+, Miller+, Mills, Millsap, Moore, Mullins, Murphy, Neff, Norvell, Owens+, Pace, Parsons, Payne, Peterson, Piper, Porter, Potter, Price, Reynolds, Rider, Robertson, Rogers, Rucker, Scott, Shannon, Short, Smith 30, Steel+, Sullivan, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Thorton, Townsend, Trigg, Ulrey, Walker, Wall, Weeden, Wheeler, White, Wiley, Wilhite+, Williams, Willis, Wilson, Wollard, Wood+ and Young.  Both volumes for  $16

 

MO – CG –SALINE 03:  SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS VOLUME 3 1860-1874.  BOOK “C’:  Copied by Mrs. Maurice F. Clyde, Missouri State Genealogical Society Chairman 1966-1968, DAR.  Published by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry.  102 pages, cardstock cover, Stapled and taped binding.  From the first marriage, of Joseph T. Farrell and Margaret Wright on  3 January 1867, to the marriage of Oscar Crutchfield and Fanny Wooldridge 15 November 1874, this book is full of surnames of people involved in marriages in this early Missouri county.  With 23 to 25 marriages a page on 69 pages, about 3,300 Missouri residents tied the knot and helped the state to grow.  Surnames with 5 or more than 5 first names are listed here.  If over 10 marriages occurred, the surname will be marked with a +.  If over 25 first names appear in this book a ++ will appear.  This is a treasure trove of pioneer settlers.  Adams, Alexander, Allen+, Bailey, Baker+, Ballard, Barnes, Bartlett, Bell, Bradford, Bright, Brooks, Brown++, Campbell, Cooper, Davis+, Dennis, Dickerson, Douglas, Driskell, Edwards, Elgin, Farris, Field, Finley, Fisher, Ford, Fowler, Gaines, Garrett+, Gauldin, Gilliam, Godman, Graves, Green, Griffin, Gwinn+, Hall+, Ham, Hampton, Harris+, Harrison, Haynie, Hays+, Howard, Huff, Hughes, Hunter, Jackson, Johnson++, Jones++, Kelley, Kennedy, Lawless, Lee, Lewis+,  Lucas, Lynch, Marshall+, Martin+, Miller+, Montgomery, Moore+, Morgan, Morrisom, Murray, Myers, Neff, Norvell,Odell, Owens, Page, Parker, Pemberton, Perkins, Piper, Porter, Price, Ramsey, Rhoades+, Richardson, Roberts, Robertson, Rogers, Rummons, Scott, Shannon, Shaw, Smith++, Stewart, Sullivan, Taylor+, Thomas+, Thompson, Thornton+, Tucker, Walker+, Webb+, Welch, Wheeler, White+, Wilhite, Williams+, Wilson++, Witcher, Wood, Wright and Young.  PRICE: $12

 

MO - CG BOOK04:  SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS, VOLUME IV, BOOK “D”, 1874 TO 1881.  Copied by Mrs. Maurice Clyde, Marshall, MO, of the DAR.  Published by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry.  1968.  97 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped. Surnames for this volume are not listed here because the list is almost the same as for Volume III.  PRICE:  $12

SPECIAL OFFER ALL SALINE COUNTY BOOKS – FOUR VOLUMES, A $40 VALUE FOR $30!.  Call quickly while I still have them all!

 

SCOTLAND COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 29

JANUARY, 1841 FROM LEWIS COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Memphis, Missouri 63555.

 

MO – ARFX – SCOTLAND 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF SCOTLAND COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 184pp., 53 maps, $27.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $27

 

SHELBY COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 2 JANUARY 1835 FROM MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Shelbyville, Missouri 63469.

 

MO – ARFX – SHELBY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF SHELBY COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 194 pp., 53 maps, $29.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $29

 

ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 16 JANUARY 1833 FROM LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Osceola, Missouri 64776. 

 

MO – ARFX – ST. CLAIR 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 326 pp., 68 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $38

 

ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 19 DECEMBER 1821 FROM JEFFERSON, STE. GENEVIEVE AND WASHINGTON.  The county seat is in Farmington, Missouri.  63640. 

 

MO – ARFX – FAMILY MAPS OF ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 224 pp., 65 maps, $31.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $31

 

STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS AN ORIGINAL DISTRICT CREATED ON 1 OCTOBER 1812.

The county seat is in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri 63670.

 

MO – ARFX – FAMILY MAPS OF STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 250       pp., 72 maps, $35.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $35.

 

SULLIVAN COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 17 FEBRUARY 1843 FROM LINN COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Milan, Missouri 63556. 

 

MO – ARFX – SULLIVAN 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF SULLIVAN COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 252 pp., 65 maps, $35.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $35

 

TANEY COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 6 JANUARY 1837 FROM GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI.

The county seat is in Forsyth, Missouri 65653. (Courthouse burned in 1885.)

 

 MO – ARFX – TANEY 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF TANEY COUNTY, MISSOURI.   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 324 pp., 77 maps, $37.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

TEXAS COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 17 FEBRUARY 1843 FROM SHANNON & WRIGHT COUNTIES.  The county seat is in Houston, Missouri 65483. 

 

MO – ARFX – TEXAS 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF TEXAS COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 489 pp., 107 maps, $43.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $43

 

WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED ON 21 AUGUST 1813 FROM STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Potosi, Missouri 63664. 

 

MO – ARFX – WASHINGTON 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF WASHNGTON COUNTY, MISSOURI.  By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 324 pp., 95 maps, $37  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 3

MARCH 1855 FROM GREENE & WRIGHT COUNTIES, MISSOURI.  The county seat is in Masrshfield, Missouri 65706.  (Courthouse burned in 1863, most records were saved except for tax rolls and election returns.) 

 

WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI.  WILL RECORDS 1857-1880 AND MARRIAGE RECORDS 1855-1867.  Compiled by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry.  1961.  This county, in the southwestern part of the state, was organized as a county in 1855.  51 pages, cardstock covers, stapled and taped.   Surname index runs 16 pages, two columns to a page, with 50 lines in each column.  About 100 names per page times 16 pages equal about 1,550 names here.  Surnames with four or more first names are listed here:  Alexander+, Andrews, Barnard, Barnhart, Blackwell, Boles, Bouldin, Bradshaw, Breedlove+, Brown, Bruton, Bryan, Burford, Burk, Cantrell, Cantrill, Casteel, Childress, Compton, Copening, Cunningham, Cummins, Curyear, Davis++, Day, Deckard, Denney, Edwards, Eslinger+, Florence, Foster, Freeman, George+, Glen, Goss+, Green, Hale, Hall, Hampton, Hargis, Hartley, Haymes+, Hendrix, Henslee, Highfield, Hightower+, Holland+, Hollis, Horn, Huff, Hyde, Ichord, Icorn+, Jackson, Jamison, Jennings, Johnson+, Johnston, Jones+, Killiam, King+, Krider, Lane+, Langley, Latimer++, Lee+, Long, Marlin+, Martin, McMahan, Miller, Moore+, Neece, Nichols, Norton+, Owens, Pilkington, Poindexter, Price+, Pursley, Rawson, Reynolds, Robinson, Simpson, Smith+, Taggard, Taggart, Todd, Triplett, Turner+, Walker, Ward, White+,  Weaver, Welch, Wells, White, Whitehurst+, Whittenberg, Williams++, Wisby, Wood+, Yandle+ and Young.  PRICE:  $10,

 

WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOURI WAS CREATED 29

JANUARY 1841, FROM PULASKI COUNTY, MISSOURI. The county seat is in Hartville, Missouri 65667.  (Courthouse burned in 1864 destroying many records.  Courthouse and records burned in 1897.) 

 

MO – ARFX  - WRIGHT 01:  FAMILY MAPS OF WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOURI,   By Gregory A. Boyd, J.D., Arphax Publishing Company, ca.2000-2009.  With 288 pp., 80 maps, $38.  These are fully-indexed MAP books with three maps for every township. One will show each original landowner’s plot, homestead or other land patent with his full name and the year he bought the land printed right on the map, as well as all of his neighbor’s full names and years, too!  There are also maps for each township showing Section lines, Interstates, Highways, and other roads, with cities, towns and cemeteries plainly marked.  The third map shows section lines, railroads, large rivers and bodies of water, and also, small streams, creeks and the smaller rivers of the county.  These family map books are fully indexed and listed at the end of these individual county reviews in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.  PRICE:  $37

 

MO – YOGS – WRIGHT 02:  WRIGHT COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGES 1897-1900 AND WILL RECORDS 1859-1874.  (Courthouse burned in 1897.  No marriage records were saved.)  By Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry. 1961, 76 pages, cardsock covers, stapled and taped.  Surnames with four (,)or more than four (#) first names are listed here: Abbott, Absher, Ackiman, Acuff, Adams 22, Adamson, Admires 6, Agee 17, Akres, Alburbaugh, Allen 27, Alsup 4, Amick 5, Anderson 4, Austin 4, Baker 8, Ball 4, Barnes 4, Barnett 5, Barr 8, Bartley 4, Beaumont 7, Bennett 4, Benton 6, Binkley 8, Boatman 10, Bollinger 4, Bradley 22, Bramhall 26, Breech 5, Briton 22, Brooks 6, Brown 4, Butcher 12, Calhoun 10, Campbell 7, Carter 5, Chambers 6, Claxton 36, Coday 33, Cody 10, Colvin 4, Cook, Crawford 11, Cryder 6, Crisp 13, Davis 26, Dennis 8, Dugger 6, Eckman 5, Edwards 8, Ellis 28, Findley 6, Fletcher 4, Forrest 7, Franklin 6, Frazier 6, Freeman 8, Frisbee 14, Frisbey 7, Gaddis 9, Garner 11, Garrett 7, Goss 5, Grogan, Harrison 5, Hart 10, Hutsell 11, Ivy 4, Jackson 4, James 6, Johnson 15, Jones 22, Kelley 11, Keys 5, King 4, Koonce 7, Lathrom 10, Long 6, Love 5, Malone 8, Marlin 8, Massey 6, McCameron 5, McDavis 10, McDonald 4, McErvin 4, McKey, Meadows 4, Mears 9, Miller 9, Mingus 7, Mitchell 9, Moody 19, Moore 34, Mott, Munch 7, Murrah 5, Newton 28, Northway, Odell 6, Oliver, Owens 19, Palmer 21, Paul 5, Perkins 16, Peters 10, Phillips, Pickle 7, Pool 15, Pope 6, Pracht 4, Prock 6, Ramsey 4, Randolph 4, Raney 8, Reed 5, Reeves 10, Reilley 19, Rippes 26, Robertson, Robinett 5, Rose, Royster 12, Rudd 11, Rush 6, Russell 12, Ryan 4, Sanders 10, Scott 8, Segar 5, Segraves 4, Shadby 6, Sherrard, Shields 7, Simmons, Simon 5, Smith 22, Sparks, Spence 4, Spillman, Stacy, Stanton, Steele 7, Stephens, Strong 8, Strude 4, Tarbutton 4, Tate 8, Thomas 6, Thompson 4, Todd 14, Trusty, Turner 8,  Ussery 28, Wade 15, Walker 5, Watson 4, Weaver 10, Webb 5, Welch 5, West 7, Wheeland, Widmer 7, Wilkes, Williams 16, Wilson 28, Wood 22, Woods 6, Woolerand, Wytel 9, and Young 43.  The printing quality in this book is very poor.  Normally a book of this kind would sell for more than $20 but the print is hard to read because this is a photocopy of a mimeographed original.  Doing this index took much longer than it should have because cross-checking with the page indexed was necessary to be sure the name was what we had read.   PRICE for this copy is $5.

 

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MANY OF THE COUNTIES ABOVE HAVE LAND RECORD BOOKS OF SOME OF THE COUNTIES AS ARE LISTED ABOVE. HERE IS THE LIST OF COUNTIES HAVING THE LAQND RECORDS FINISHED AND AVAILABLE FOR SALE AS OF AUGUSST 1, 2009. These are more than just record books of when the original land owners purchased their land in Missouri.  These are MAP books with three maps for every township.  One will show each original land owner’s plot with his name and the year he bought the land printed right on it as well as all his neighbor’s names ans date of entry of his land record.  There are also maps showing railroads, roads, cemeteries and churches, and a map showing physical features, streams, rivers, lakes etc. of the county.  These family map books are listed here in alphabetical order by county.  Order these only by phone 1-800-419-0200.

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MISSOURI DELUXE EDITIONS

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FAMILY MAPS OF AUDRAIN COUNTY, MO, 274 pp., 83 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF BARRY COUNTY, MO, 316 pp., 92 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF BENTON COUNTY, MO, 340 pp., 77 maps, $39

 

FAMILY MAPS OF BOONE COUNTY, MO, 322 pp., 89 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CALLAWAY COUNTY, MO, 360 pp., 92 maps, $39 

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CAMDEN COUNTY, MO, 336 pp., 77 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CARTER COUNTY, MO, 205 pp., 65 maps, $30

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CASS COUNTY, MO, 286 pp., 74 maps, $37

 

NEW – FAMILY MAPS OF CLARK COUNTY, MO, 230 pp., 71 maps, $33

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CLAY COUNTY, MO, 226 pp., 62 maps, $33

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CLINTON COUNTY, MO, 188 pp., 53 maps, $28

 

FAMILY MAPS OF CRAWFORD COUNTY, MO, 310 pp., 71 maps, $37

      

FAMILY MAPS OF DADE COUNTY, MO, 220 pp., 65 maps, $30

 

FAMILY MAPS OF DALLAS COUNTY, MO, 252 pp., 53 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF DAVIESS COUNTY, MO, 250 pp., 65 maps, $35

 

FAMILY MAPS OF DENT COUNTY, MO, 304 pp., 68 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, MO, 344 pp., 77 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO, 400 pp., 125 maps, $40

 

FAMILY MAPS OF GASCONADE COUNTY, MO, 254 pp., 68 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF GENTRY COUNTY, MO, 192 pp., 53 maps, $28

 

FAMILY MAPS OF HENRY COUNTY, MO, 314 pp., 83 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF JACKSON COUNTY, MO, 274 pp., 71 maps, $37

 

    FAMILY MAPS OF JASPER COUNTY, MO, 266 pp.,

    70 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO, 312 pp., 86 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF JOHNSON COUNTY, MO, 348 pp., 86 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF LINN COUNTY, MO, 238 pp., 65 maps, $33

 

FAMILY MAPS OF MACON COUNTY, MO, 300 pp., 77 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF MADISON COUNTY, MO, 210 pp., 53 maps, $30

 

FAMILY MAPS OF MILLER COUNTY, MO, 278 pp., 68 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF MONROE COUNTY, MO, 288 pp., 74 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MO, 236 pp., 65 maps, $33

 

FAMILY MAPS OF NEWTON COUNTY, MO, 234 pp., 77 maps, $32

 

FAMILY MAPS OF OZARK COUNTY, MO, 304 pp., 77 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF PETTIS COUNTY, MO, 271 pp., 71 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF PHELPS COUNTY, MO, 270 pp., 71 maps, $37

 

     FAMILY MAPS OF SCOTLAND COUNTY, MO, 184 pp., 53 maps, $27

 

FAMILY MAPS OF SHELBY COUNTY, MO, 194 pp., 53 maps, $29

 

FAMILY MAPS OF ST. CLAIR COUNTY, 326 pp., 68 maps, $38

 

FAMILY MAPS OF ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO, 224 pp., 65 maps, $31

 

FAMILY MAPS OF STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY, MO, 250 pp., 72 maps, $35

 

FAMILY MAPS OF SULLIVAN COUNTY, MO, 252 pp., 65 maps, $35

 

FAMILY MAPS OF TANEY COUNTY, MO, 324 pp., 77 maps, $37    

 

FAMILY MAPS OF TEXAS COUNTY, MO, 489 pp., 107 maps, $43

 

FAMILY MAPS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO, 324 pp., 95 maps, $37

 

FAMILY MAPS OF WRIGHT COUNTY, MO, 288 pp., 80 maps, $38

 

These books and many mre came out for the first time on our CRAZY CRATE newsletter.  We are now

sharing the books that have not previously been sold plus some extra finds with you the general public.  Order these books by phone only, as they are mostly one-of-a-kind items and we will remove them from here when they are sold.

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END OF STATE OF MISSOURI STATEWIDE AND COUNTY RECORDS RESOURCES FOR GENEALOGISTS

LAST REVISED AUGUST 19, 2009.

 


 

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