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Genealogy Research in Maries County, Missouri

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Maries County, Missouri? Why not hire a professional genealogist
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If you would like a professional genealogist to undertake a tailor-made genealogy search for you and your family, please contact us today to learn  more about our unique ancestry research services. Our researchers are looking forward to assisting you with your Maries County family tree
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Genealogy research can be carried out for you in all Missouri
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The records collection of the Family History Library is the single most important resource for family tree research since it consists of literally billions of genealogy records from all parts of the globe, making it the largest and most important collection of genealogical information available in the world. Included in the Family History Library's collections are literally millions of genealogical records related to the state of Missouri which can be a great help to your ancestry search. Click here to read what our clients are saying about our genealogists and our unique family tree research services.

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Many people are unaware that many important records which are crucial to their family tree search cannot be found online. Many Maries County records, for example, are only available to researchers who physically visit repositories at the local level in Missouri, at the federal level in Washington, D.C., or at the LDS Family History Library in Utah. Our genealogy researchers have access to all of these records and are ready to assist you with your genealogy search in Missouri. So, if you have limited your past family tree research to exhaustive internet searches at Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, and other online databases and web sites, you may have reached a brick  wall because you're missing out on the literal gold mine of records available to our genealogists on microfilm, in books, and in other published works at these important locations.

    Many genealogical records related to your ancestry search, important records like family wills, court records, obituaries, death certificates, military records and land deeds are generally not available online and can only be obtained by mailing research requests to places like local public libraries or cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family History Library in Utah. These records are critical to any comprehensive ancestry search and should not be overlooked if high quality and thorough research results are to be achieved during your project. For these and other reasons, it's sometimes agreat idea to hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search.

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"Not to know what
happened
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born is to remain
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Family Tree Research - Maries County, MO

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Maries County, Missouri Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Maries County? Our expert research team has put together
some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the Missouri
resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds, and family histories.

Cemeteries

Cemetery Transcription and Photo Project - Maries County, MO

Epodunk - Maries County Cemeteries

 Find a Grave - Maries County, MO

Grave Addiction - Photographs of Maries County Cemeteries

Gravestone Photo Project - Maries County, MO

Interment.net - Maries County Cemeteries

The Political Graveyard - Maries County, MO

Tombstone Transcription Project - Maries County, MO

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County, MO Cemeteries

Census Records

Maries County Census Records - Census Online

Maries County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

  Maries County Census Records - USGenWeb Archives

 1830 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

 1840 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

 1850 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

1860 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

 1870 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

 1880 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

 1900 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

1910 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Maries County, MO - Ancestry.com

Court Records 

Estate Records

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County Wills   

History

Family History Archives - The History of Maries County, Missouri

The Historical Marker Database - Maries County Historical Markers 

Historical Marker Society of America - Maries County Historical Markers

Living Places - Maries County, Missouri

National Register of Historic Places - Maries County, Missouri

Signs of History - Maries County, Missouri

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County Area History

Wikipedia.org - Maries County, Missouri History

Land Records

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office - Land Patent Search

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County Deeds

Libraries and Archives

Family History Library Catalog - Maries County, MO

Missouri History Museum - St. Louis, MO

Missouri State Archives - Jefferson City, MO

Missouri State Library - Jefferson City, MO

 Public-Libraries.org - Maries County Libraries

State Historical Society of Missouri - Columbia, Missouri

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County, MO

Military Records

Korean War - Maries County, MO Military Casualties

List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 - Genealogy Trails History Group

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County Military Records 

Vietnam War - Maries County, MO Military Casualties 

World War II Casualties, Army and Army Air Corps - Maries County, MO

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel

Obituaries

Obituary Index - Maries County, MO

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County Obituaries & Death Notices

Societies

State Historical Society of Missouri - Columbia, Missouri

Missouri State Genealogical Association - Columbia, MO

Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Maries County, MO Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Maries County Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Missouri Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Origin
Adair County 1841 Kirksville Macon County
Andrew County 1841 Savannah Part of the Platte Purchase
Atchison County 1843 Rock Port Holt County, part of the Platte Purchase
Audrain County 1831 Mexico Callaway, Monroe and Ralls counties
Barry County 1835 Cassville Greene County
Barton County 1855 Lamar Jasper County
Bates County 1841 Butler Van Buren (now Cass) County
Benton County 1835 Warsaw Pettis and Greene counties
Bollinger County 1851 Marble Hill Cape Girardeau,
Madison, Stoddard
and Wayne counties
Boone County 1821 Columbia Howard County
Buchanan County 1838 Saint Joseph Part of the Platte Purchase
Butler County 1849 Poplar Bluff Wayne County
Caldwell County 1836 Kingston Ray County
Callaway County 1821 Fulton Boone, Howard and Montgomery counties
Camden County 1841 Camdenton Benton, Morgan and Pulaski counties
Cape Girardeau County 1812 Jackson One of the five original counties
Carroll County 1833 Carrollton Ray County
Carter County 1859 Van Buren Oregon, Reynolds, Ripley and Shannon counties
Cass County 1833 Harrisonville Jackson County
Cedar County 1845 Stockton Dade and St. Clair counties
Chariton County 1821 Keytesville Howard County
Christian County 1859 Ozark Greene, Taney and Webster counties
Clark County 1836 Kahoka Lewis County
Clay County 1822 Liberty Ray County
Clinton County 1833 Plattsburg Clay County
Cole County 1820 Jefferson City Cooper County
Cooper County 1818 Boonville Howard County
Crawford County 1829 Steelville Gasconade County
Dade County 1841 Greenfield Barry and Polk counties
Dallas County 1841 Buffalo Polk County
Daviess County 1836 Gallatin Ray County
DeKalb County 1843 Maysville Clinton County
Dent County 1851 Salem Crawford and Shannon counties
Douglas County 1857 Ava Ozark County
Dunklin County 1843 Kennett Stoddard County
Franklin County 1818 Union St. Louis County
Gasconade County 1821 Hermann Franklin County
Gentry County 1841 Albany Clinton County
Greene County 1833 Springfield Crawford and Wayne counties
Grundy County 1839 Trenton Livingston County
Harrison County 1843 Bethany Daviess County
Henry County 1834 Clinton Lillard (now Lafayette) County
Hickory County 1845 Hermitage Benton and Polk counties
Holt County 1841 Oregon Part of the Platte Purchase
Howard County 1816 Fayette St. Charles and St. Louis counties
Howell County 1857 West Plains Oregon County
Iron County 1857 Ironton Madison, Reynolds, St. Francois, Washington and Wayne counties
Jackson County 1826 Kansas City,
Independence
Lillard (now Lafayette) County
Jasper County 1841 Carthage Barry County
Jefferson County 1818 Hillsboro St. Louis and Sainte Genevieve counties
Johnson County 1834 Warrensburg Lillard (now Lafayette) County
Knox County 1843 Edina Scotland County
Laclede County 1849 Lebanon Camden, Pulaski and Wright counties
Lafayette County 1821 Lexington Cooper County
Lawrence County 1843 Mount Vernon Barry and Dade counties
Lewis County 1833 Monticello Marion County
Lincoln County 1818 Troy St. Charles County
Linn County 1837 Linneus Chariton County
Livingston County 1837 Chillicothe Carroll County
Macon County 1837 Macon Chariton and Randolph counties
Madison County 1818 Fredericktown Cape Girardeau & Sainte Genevieve counties
Maries County 1855 Vienna Osage and Pulaski counties
Marion County 1826 Palmyra Ralls County
McDonald County 1847 Pineville Newton County
Mercer County 1845 Princeton Grundy County
Miller County 1837 Tuscumbia Cole and Pulaski counties
Mississippi County 1842 Charleston Scott County
Moniteau County 1845 California Cole and Morgan counties
Monroe County 1831 Paris Ralls County
Montgomery County 1818 Montgomery City St. Charles County
Morgan County 1833 Versailles Cooper County
New Madrid County 1812 New Madrid One of the five original counties
Newton County 1838 Neosho Barry County
Nodaway County 1843 Maryville Andrew County, the Platte Purchase
Oregon County 1841 Alton Ripley County
Osage County 1841 Linn Gasconade County
Ozark County 1841 Gainesville Taney County
Pemiscot County 1851 Caruthersville New Madrid County
Perry County 1821 Perryville Sainte Geneviere County
Pettis County 1833 Sedalia Cooper and Saline counties
Phelps County 1857 Rolla Crawford County
Pike County 1818 Bowling Green St. Charles County
Platte County 1838 Platte City Part of the Platte Purchase
Polk County 1835 Bolivar Greene County
Pulaski County 1833 Waynesville Crawford County
Putnam County 1843 Unionville Adair and Sullivan counties
Ralls County 1821 New London Pike County
Randolph County 1829 Huntsville Chariton and Ralls counties
Ray County 1820 Richmond Howard County
Reynolds County 1845 Centerville Shannon County
Ripley County 1831 Doniphan Wayne County
Saint Charles County 1812 Saint Charles One of the five original counties
Saint Clair County 1841 Osceola Rives (now Henry) County
Saint Francois County 1821 Farmington Jefferson, Sainte Genevieve and Washington counties
Saint Louis County 1812 Clayton One of the five original counties
Saint Louis City 1876 St. Louis St. Louis County
(created in 1876)
Sainte Genevieve County 1812 Sainte Genevieve One of the five original counties
Saline County 1820 Marshall Cooper County
Schuyler County 1843 Lancaster Adair County
Scotland County 1841 Memphis Clark, Lewis, and Shelby counties
Scott County 1822 Benton New Madrid County
Shannon County 1837 Eminence Ripley County
Shelby County 1835 Shelbyville Marion County
Stoddard County 1835 Bloomfield New Madrid County
Stone County 1851 Galena Taney County
Sullivan County 1843 Milan Linn County
Taney County 1837 Forsyth Greene County
Texas County 1843 Houston Shannon and Wright counties
Vernon County 1851 Nevada Bates County
Warren County 1833 Warrenton Montgomery County
Washington County 1813 Potosi Sainte Genevieve County
Wayne County 1818 Greenville Cape Girardeau and Lawrence counties
Webster County 1855 Marshfield Greene County
Worth County 1861 Grant City Gentry County
Wright County 1841 Hartville Pulaski County

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