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Cass County Historical Society, Inc
Searchable database of all obits published in Cass County, Missouri. Submit search requests for county records such as deeds, probates, plats, marriages, family and local histories.
Cedar County Historical Society
The Cedar Co., MO Historical Society is a small group dedicated to the preservation of the county's history and genealogical records.
Cooper County Historical SocietyHistorical Society of Maries County (MO)
111 Roe St. P.O. Box 51 Pilot Grove, Mo. 65276 will be open Fri., Sat., & Sunday afternoons from 1 to 5p.m. from May 1, thru Oct. 31. Other times by appointment only. For an appointment you may call 660-834-3434, 660-834-4523, 660-834-4140, or 660-882-6362
PO Box 289, Vienna MO 65582
A non-profit corporation founded to collect and preserve the history of Maries County, including the genealogy of its families.
Membership is $12.00 per year, entitling member to copies of "The Maries Countian," the quarterly newsletter, published by Mozelle Hutchison, who, along with her daughter, Gail Howard, published the "Cemeteries of Maries County." Members may also submit queries for free.
The society maintains the Research Room located in the lower level of the Maries County Courthouse in Vienna, open Wednesday afternoons for researchers. Other hours by special arrangement. It contains many of the counties older records, member contributed books, family histories, some older newspapers, and other research materials.
Members of the society also maintain three museums in Vienna: the Old Jail Museum and Felker and Latham Log Houses, all built in the mid-1850s.
Iron County Genealogy Society
Iron County records. Our address is P O Box 343, Arcadia, MO 63621. We have published "Births of Iron Co." and are transcribing the 1910 Iron Co census as of this winter and will publish it this winter. Membership is $15.00 per year, you get a membership card, and a monthly newsletter. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at the Ozark Regional Library in Ironton, Missouri, at 7 P.M. A newsletter is published monthly.
Jefferson County Missouri Historical Society
The emphasis of our organization is to collect and preserve historical material, reprint historical books and pamphlets, record cemeteries, and to make the public aware of the rich heritage in Jefferson County, Missouri. We have a rich collection of materials including cemetery and newspaper transcriptions, history articles, schools, adoptions, etc....
Kingdom Of Callaway Historical Society
The Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society purpose and objectives are; to collect, preserve and make accessible, printed matter, photos, digital medium, and other times of historical interest and importance to Callaway County, Missouri and the distribute historical information through publication, correspondence and pre-scheduled tours. please see website and drop down menus for membership fees and publications available.
Monroe County Historical Society The Monroe County Historical Society is located in Missouri. MCHS is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) corporation, with perpetual duration, founded September 11, 1967.
Ozarks Genealogical Society.
(OGS) was formally organized in September 1969 by a group of individuals who were brought together by their common interest in researching family history. OGS was chartered in 1979 as a not-for-profit organization in the State of Missouri.
The goals of the Society are to encourage the research and preservation of family history, foster solid genealogical research practices, and preserve records of historical and genealogical interest. All the work of the Ozarks Genealogical Society, Inc. is done by volunteers.
Areas of service include staffing the OGS Library; presenting programs; maintaining the Library building; researching, typing and editing records for publication; acting as officers and committee chairpersons; and responding to mail and computer queries. Members and non-members are invited to submit materials for possible publication. The Ozarks Genealogical Society, Inc. has been serving researchers in southwest Missouri and the border counties of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas for 30 years.
Polk County Genealogical Society (Missouri) is headquartered in Bolivar, Polk County, Missouri. They have various cemetery books and other resources for sale, and they answer queries for a minimal fee. A bi-monthly newsletter is available to members and members also have access to the group's personal library.Ray County (Missouri) Genealogical Assn.
Includes: Quarterly: "Reflections" published 4 times per year, A 40 page quarterly, free unlimited queries, 10 % discount on publications. Ray County (MO) Genealogical Assn., 901 W. Royle, Richmond, MO 64085
Ripley County Historical Society
101 Washington St., Doniphan, MO 63935
Shannon County Historical and Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 335
Winona, MO 65588
St. Clair County Historical Society
St. Clair County Historical Society, P.O. Box 376, Osceola, MO 64776 is a non-profit organization for the purpose to collect and preserve county historical material, including genealogy of its families.
Missouri State Genealogical Association
Why Join MoSGA? Individuals involved in genealogy must utilize the resources available in order to enhance their research endeavors. If you have ancestors who participated in the history of Missouri, membership in the Missouri State Genealogical Association (MoSGA) will be of benefit. As the representative of the State Society of Missouri, the Board of Directors of MoSGA strives to offer the highest quality of education, guidance and services to our members. Examples follow:
CEMETERY BILL: MoSGA actively promoted the state law passed in 1987 for the protection of unincorporated and uncared-for cemeteries. Board members testified at Committee hearings and will continue to support legislation on subjects of historical and genealogical significance.
CEMETERY PROJECT: This is an on-going project. The Board has made the commitment to compile a list of ALL cemeteries in Missouri, showing name of cemetery, its location, and directions to reach it.
CONFERENCES: MoSGA sponsors an annual two-day conference, usually in central Missouri. Conference sessions offer research techniques, methodology and
sources, plus guidance for genealogical society management.
LOCAL RECORDS PRESERVATION: A program has been developed by the Office of the Secretary of State for identifying the holdings of county officials and determining methods of preserving those records used by historical and genealogical researchers. MoSGA initiated support for this program by conducting hands-on workshops for records preservation; cooperating with the task force that
conducted the program survey; seeking organizations to accept records and keep them open for public access, supplying assistance and advice in completing the first phase.
FEDERATION OF GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES: As a member, MoSGA supports the mission of the Federation, which offers information and guidance on the concerns of historians and genealogists nationally. MoSGA's delegate represents the Association at the Federation's annual meeting and is eligible to vote and hold office in the Federation.
FOUR-GENERATION CHARTS: MoSGA members are encouraged to submit a four-generation chart. As accumulated, these charts are published in 200-page books and made available for purchase at minimal cost. This series of books offers a valuable source of surnames.
INTERLIBRARY LOAN PROGRAM: MoSGA acquires books by two means. Donated books are reviewed in MoSGA's quarterly. In consultation with the Mid-Continent Library, MoSGA also purchases many books. However acquired, books are placed in the Mid-Continent Library, North Independence Branch, in Independence, Mo. Through the interlibrary loan program, the books are available to the public at all public, college and university libraries in Missouri, and these libraries receive copies of the printed catalog (entitled Genealogy from the Heartland) of the collection.
JOURNAL: MoSGA's official permanent-literature publication is the Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal, a 64-page quarterly that contains information from all areas of the State, articles of many kinds, including, but by no means limited to, Bible and church records, historical articles, educational articles, cemetery records, county records, and newspaper extracts. The Journal is indexed in PERSI and listed in Ulrichs.
NEWSLETTER: As part of its service to members, MoSGA publishes a quarterly newsletter entitled Show Me State Genealogical News. This includes activities of national and local societies, meeting dates, conferences, family reunions, etc.
PUBLICATIONS: MoSGA markets some of the county records compiled and published by Betty Harvey Williams and Jacqueline Hogan Williams. MoSGA has developed other publications, chief among which is the revised edition of Parkins Guide.
QUERIES: MoSGA members may submit queries for publication in the Journal. These are published as space permits, but, during the past five years, almost all have been published in the issue following receipt. The Journal is placed in many major and minor libraries, thus offering extensive accessibility to other researchers.
SPEAKERS: Board members are available to share their expertise by providing sessions at local workshops or presenting programs at monthly meetings of local societies. Board members assist in presenting mini-workshops.
You are encouraged join MoSGA by sending annual dues of $20 to MoSGA Membership-J, PO Box 833, Columbia MO 65205-0833, together with your name, full postal address, phone number, and e-mail address. You will receive an introductory "New Member Packet."
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