Buchanan County

missouri

Cities, Towns, Townships & Points of Interest

Last updated 10/09/2004

Townships in Buchanan County, Missouri:

Township Location Some Early Families*  Points of Interest located in the Twp.

Agency

Central Tier; Bounded by Washington, Center, Jackon and Tremont Gilmore, Poteet, McDowell, Reynolds, Reese, Moore, Estes, Martin, Lamb, Fulton Population in 1915 = 888

Agency

Bloomington

Southern Tier; Immediately west of Crawford Twp Roberts, Gardner, Horn, Underwood, Jones, Hickman, Ballow, Geer, Hamilton, Davis, Hill, Bowen, Field, Van Hoozier, Uriah, Garten, Gabbard, Yocum, Murphy, Stewart, Ellison, Moore, Brown, Clasby, Sampson, Womack, Pettigrew, McCubbin, Finch Population in 1915 = 1445

DeKalb

 

Center

Bounded by Wayne  on west, Washington on north, Agency on east and Crawford on south Hill, Reames, Waller, Smith, More, Dawson, Marthin, Duncan, Hunter, Ritchie, Donovan, Connett, McCauley, Gordon, Woodward, Donnell, Woodward, Hirsch, Gann, Copeland Population in 1915 = 1231

Sparta

Bee Creek

Willow Brook

Crawford

Southern Tier;  Immediately west of Jackson Twp. Fowler, Harrington, Bailey, Guinn, Lockhart, Curl, O'Toole, Jones, Spencer, Payne, Brown, Thomas, Ferril, Baker, Hickman, Judah, Roundtree, McDonald, Feland, Moultrie, Turner Population in 1915 = 1153

Faucett

Halleck

Wallace

Jackson

Southern Tier; Immediately west of Platte Twp. Yates, Farris, Jackson, Johnson, Prather, Walker, Wilson, Ray, Cunningham, McCrary, Grable, Arnold Population in 1915 = 593

Arnoldsville

Lake

North of Rush and West of Wayne McHammer, Siebert, Wilson, McKinney, James, McGalliard, Wilson, Gabbert Population in 1915 = 147

Wilson's School

Marion

Eastern Tier; Immediately north of Tremont James, Cornelius, Boyer, Blakely, McGowan, Clark, Hasenmeyer, Marker, Roberts, McCorkle, Kessler, Wiedmayer, Wunderlich, Beck, Slaybaugh, Davis, Minor, Gibson, Shortridge, Wiley Population in 1915 = 1607

Easton

San Antonio

New Hurlingen

Platte

Southern Tier; SE corner of Buchanan County Enyard, Everett, Munkers, Erickson, Williams, Huntsucker, Bledsoe, Cobb, Fletcher, Rockhold, Tobin, Dryden, Burnham, Kennaird, Pile, Anderson, Trower, Witt, Berryhill, Courtney, Fidler, Elliott, Cummins, Whitson and Rohan Population in 1915 = 794

Platte River Post Office

Burnett School

Witt Meeting House (Calvinistic Baptists)

Rush

Southern Tier; SW corner of Buchanan County  Allison, Canter, Seips, Owen, Utt, Wells, Hayes, Hays, Baker, Carpenter, Graves, Flannery, Leachman, Hudson Population in 1915 = 1472

Rushville

Winthrop

Tremont

Easterm Tier; Immediately north of Platte Davis, McDaniel, Jeffers, Miller, Irwin, Gilmore, Bedford, McCreary, Schultz, Jones, Herring, Finch, Mudgett Population in 1915 = 865

Garretsburg

Frazer

Rock House Prairie

Washington

Northern Tier; NW corner of county north of Wayne and Center Whitehead, Hanson, Cochran, Waymire, Pugh, Palmer, Hyde, Sollars, Parker, Miller, Karnes, Fudge, Kauffman, Williams, Groschon, Jones, Maxwell, Cox, Ewing, Wallee, Davis, Coughern, Rogers, Kercheval, Kemper, Smith, Keedy, Hughes, Boyd, Harris, Cladden, Hall, Hundley, Gilmore, Richardson, Poulin Population in 1915 = 794

St. Joseph, 

Vories, 

Inza, 

South St. Joseph 

Saxton

Wayne

North of Bloomington and East of Lake  Lower, Hawley, Dunning, Devorss Population in 1915 = 1048

Hall's

Lake Station

Yeakley's School

Kenmoor

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