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2 edition of 1868 state census of St. Charles County, Missouri found in the catalog.

1868 state census of St. Charles County, Missouri

Carrol Geerling

1868 state census of St. Charles County, Missouri

by Carrol Geerling

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Published by Lineage Press in Bridgeton, Mo. (3744 Dax Ln., Bridgeton 63044) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Saint Charles County (Mo.),
  • Missouri,
  • Saint Charles County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Missouri -- Saint Charles County.,
    • Saint Charles County (Mo.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Saint Charles County (Mo.) -- Census, 1868.,
    • Missouri -- Census, 1868.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: 1868 state census, St. Charles County, Missouri.

      Other titles1868 state census, St. Charles County, Missouri.
      Statementtranscribed by Carroll Geerling.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF472.S2 G39 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination212 p. ;
      Number of Pages212
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1787751M
      LC Control Number89183419

      United States Land Sales in Missouri: Springfield Land Office Abstracts, Volumes , June - February A circulating copy of the book is available ( Oz1u) M State Department Territorial Papers, Missouri, Film cabinet 85 Missouri County Atlases, 19th and 20th Centuries Film cabinet This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Eighth Census of the United States. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M, rolls.

      Full text of "A history of the pioneer families of Missouri" See other formats. Federal Census: Missing Missouri Confederate Amnesty Papers: Franklin County Census: Record of Appointment: Franklin County Circuit Court Records: March Special Census of Union: Franklin County Deed Records: Deed of Trust: Missing Deed of Trust book

      My Genealogy Hound. Below is a family biography included in the book, The History of Clark County, Missouri published by Goodspeed Publishing Company in These biographies are valuable for genealogy research in discovering missing ancestors or . The National Archives in Washington, DC, can provide paper copies of specifically identified pages of federal population census schedules through the mail. You can order online or use NATF Form 82 (rev. ) and provide the following information: the name of the individual, the page number, census year, state, and county. For the through.


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1868 state census of St. Charles County, Missouri by Carrol Geerling Download PDF EPUB FB2

76 rows  Missouri began taking state censuses in The first surviving record – a partial record only – is from One year later (), set the frequency of the state census at every four years beginning in (it had previously been every two years).

state census of St. Charles County, Missouri [Geerling, Carrol] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. state census of St. Charles County, MissouriAuthor: Carrol Geerling. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

state census of St. Charles County, Missouri by Carrol Geerling,Lineage Press edition, in EnglishPages: - Rives County [now Henry County] (transcription) - St. Charles Territorial Censuses (transcription) - St. Charles Territorial Censuses (transcription) At the Missouri State Archives (Jefferson City): - Cape Girardeau County (microfilm) - Callaway County (microfilm); Greene County (transcription).

The State of Missouri took censuses in, every four years through and inthe last year. Most of these Territorial and State Censuses no longer exist.

Listed below are copies currently available. At the State Historical Society of Missouri: - St. Charles Territorial Censuses (transcription) - 1868 state census of St. Charles County. Charles. The originals are located in the Missouri State Archives.

A few listings remain for the state censuses of,and Most of these are statistical abstracts only. The state census of exists for about one-fifth of Missouri's counties.

An Illustrated Historical Atlas of De Kalb County, Missouri. Edwards Brothers of Missouri. History of Andrew and De Kalb Counties, Missouri: From Earliest Time to the Present. Together with sundry personal, business and professional sketches and family records.

Besides a condensed history of the state of Missouri, etc. There are counties and one independent city in the U.S. state of ing the Louisiana Purchase and the admittance of Louisiana into the United States infive counties were formed out of the Missouri Territory at the first general assembly: Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, Saint Charles, Saint Louis, and Ste.

subsequent counties were Areas: (Counties only): square miles ( km²). The records may include names of purchasers, claimants and assignees, county, date of purchase, and legal land description (township, section, range and number of acres sold).

If you have questions or comments about these records, please contact the Missouri State Archives at [email protected] St. Louis County is located in the eastern-central portion of the U.S. state of is bounded by the city of St. Louis and the Mississippi River to the east, the Missouri River to the north, and the Meramec River to the south.

As of the Census Bureau population estimate, the population wasmaking it the most populous county in : Clayton. The following list of state and territorial censuses was compiled by Ann S. Lainhart's State Census Records.

Consult this reference for the extent and availability of records for each state and territorial census. Alabama,Alaska,See report reprinted in the appendix to the Missouri legislative journals (volume for ). Report begins on page Census of the State of Missouri for the year Author: Marie Concannon.

Missouri Census Notes. Missouri Territorial census records were recorded forand Many of these were lost. The & territorial censuses are still in existence for St.

Charles, MO. The Territorial Census for Missouri did not survive. See: State & Territorial Census Records. At the State Historical Society of Missouri: - St. Charles Territorial Censuses (transcription) - St. Charles Territorial Censuses (transcription) - Rives County (transcription) - Callaway County (microfilm), Marion County (transcription) - St.

Charles County (transcription) - Gasconade County (transcription). 33 States - New States in Census: Minnesota and Oregon. Territories – Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Utah, Washington, Indian & Unorganized Dakota.

census reflects the American population just prior to the civil war. Pony Express leaves Sacramento, CA for St. Joseph, Missouri on April 3, Confederate forces begin bombarding Fort.

county, but microfilmed copies have been made by the Missouri State Archives and are also available at the Family History Library. Related Censuses Available on : Missouri, State Census Collection, U.S. Census Reconstructed Records, Missouri, Jackson County Voter Registration Records, Missouri Biographical Sketches and in the hardback book, Reynolds County.

Missouri “Sesquicentennial Year” Vol. These books are now available in paperback from the Society along with other publications on Reynolds County and neighboring counties. These books may be purchased in the gift shop or ordered by mail. The Missouri State Archives is the repository for state records of historical value.

Highlights among manuscripts and original documents in the Archives include French & Spanish land grants, testimony concerning the New Madrid earthquake ofmaps of Missouri's first surveyed roads, Missouri's Ordinance Abolishing Slavery, and material pertaining to Harry S.

Truman. The state census of exists for Benton, Butler, Callaway, Cape Girardeau, Christian, Franklin, Greene, Holt, Howard, Iron, McDonald, Montgomery, Osage, Phelps, Reynolds, St.

Francois and Texas counties. The originals remain in the county, but microfilmed copies have been made by the Missouri State Archives and are also available at the FHL. State census and Almost all county records up to are now in custody of the Cape Girardeau County Archive Center, E.

Washington, Jackson, MO C3. Richard died in Missouri in and Belle was still living in Missouri (St Louis) as of the US Federal Census.

Her son, Amos, moved to California (as well as some of her other children) after Erickson and Brown Funeral Home Records, Taft, CA: Book F, Line DeClue Bell (Mrs.) 1 Feb.

- Mo. 19 May - Taft, Ca. Union Cem.Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. St Louis City Birth Records.

Missouri Birth Registers Ancestry. Holy Ghost United Church of Christ of St. Louis, Missouri: baptism and marriage records, WorldCat Missouri Births and Deaths before Missouri State Archives.St. Charles County was formed in The records in this database cover the years through Original data: St.

Charles County, Missouri Marriages, County court records located at St. Charles, Missouri. Family History Library film # (, & ) Saline County was created in from Cooper County.

The records.