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    Cape Girardeau Co [Missouri]
    MOGenWeb site




    Click for Cape Girardeau, Missouri Forecast
    • MO-AHGP New Site URL
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    Cape Girardeau Co Links

    Off site Links
    1. 1883 Pension Roll
    2. Kindred Konnections
    3. Bureau of Land Management
    4. Genealogy Exchange & Surname Registry  large list of surname searches.
    5. Missouri, Marriages, 1750-1920  (Searchable)
    6. Missouri County Marriage Records, 1819-1969  scanned images - not searchable
    7. Germans to America Passenger Data File, 1850 - 1897   Searchable
    8. Missouri State Historical Society   newspapers that are searchable
    9. Jackson Missouri Cash-Book, 1871-1878


    * ***Cape Girardeau Co, Photo Gallery****

    Monument, Photos
    Cape Girardeau County
    Cemeteries

    Cape Girardeau Co, Co**Cemetery Index


    LOOK UP REFRENCES

    Lookup Volunteers Needed

    If you own any published genealogical resources relating to Iron County
    and would be willing to do lookups, please
    E-mail the MO-AHGP Cape Girardeau Co Webmaster
    with Cape Girardeau Co, MO Lookup Volunteers in the subject line;
    in the message, please list the
    publication title, author, publication date, youn name and your e-mail address.


    Please Note There New Address:

    Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society
    PO Box 571
    Jackson, MO 63755

    The Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society (CGCGS) was formed in 1970, a non-profit organization. Its primary purpose is education in the field of genealogy. The society also studies, preserves, and publishes original records from the Cape Girardeau County area.

    Cape Girardeau County Archive Center

    Cape Girardeau Co**Family Records
    and "ect"

    Cape Girardeau Co**Certificate /Declaration/License
    and "ect" Site

    Cape Girardeau Co**Births




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    Cape Girardeau Co** Place Names

    Cape Girardeau Co** Land Records


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    Cape Girardeau Co**Schools

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    Cape Girardeau Co**Addresses

    • Cape Girardeau County Mo
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    Cape Girardeau Co**Census

    Cape Girardeau Co Surnames & Queries

    Cape Girardeau Co**Towns and Townships

    Cape Girardeau County was formed in 1812 as an Original District;
    the county seat is Jackson.
    Cape Girardeau Co MO Guestbook

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    Cape Girardeau, County
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    Cape Girardeau County
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    County Courthouse - Jackson




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    CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY HISTORY Page


     

    Cape Girardeau Cemeteries


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    Other Helpful Genealogy Web Sites


    Special Projects






    • The Missouri Archives has much information available by mail
      It is .50 a page for microfilm and a dime for photocopies.
      They have a book listing what they have for what counties.

    • Missouri State Archives
      P.O.Box 778
      Jefferson City MO 65102

    • If you make a request, enclose a SASE, and a check marked vouchers. If they have the record you want they will send it to you and give you change in vouchers.

    • Military Records are free, as long as they are for your ancestor. This was a list of what they have on microfilm for the counties...They also have the indexes to the Federal Census for Missouri, and census records, which I find helpful, if I just have a family or two in a county, I don't have to order the film. They have more records than just what is on this list, They are very helpful. Just ask if you don't see something. My only advice is, wait a week after the first request before sending the second , because they won't do two at a time. Round trip varies between one week and three weeks.


    • STATE RECORDS OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS
      Bureau of Vital Records
      P.O. Box 570
      Jefferson City, MO 65102



  • Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Libary
    RIVERSIDE REGIONAL LIBRARY
    204 S UNION AVE Box 389
    JACKSON, MO 63755-1949
    573-243-8141

  • LIBRARY JACKSON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    100 NORTH MISSOURI ST
    JACKSON, MO 63755-2024
    573-243-5150

  • Cape Girardeau County Genealogical. Society
    204 SOUTH UNION AVENUE
    JACKSON, MO 63755

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    About the MOGenWeb Project

    • ....In April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Missouri comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Missouri, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index.
    • . . .The person responsible for this county is Don E. Wright


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