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St. Louis Genealogy Resources

Links to other St. Louis genealogy resources that might prove helpful in your search.

Genealogy and Historical Societies

Libraries

Vital Records

History

Nationalities

Cemeteries

Church Records

St. Louis Convention & Visitors
Commission


Genealogical and Historical Societies

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Libraries

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History

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Nationalities

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Cemeteries

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Vital Records Information

Please note: The city of St. Louis and the county of St. Louis are separate and distinct governmental units. This can be confusing for genealogists but you must contact the appropriate government offices in order to obtain birth, death and marriage documentation.

City of St. Louis vital records information
The St. Louis Dept. of Vital Statistics at (314) 622-3551, has records of naturalizations from 1842-1906 (when the Feds took over). St. Louis has never found the "Intent" papers and they may be lost. These are the more valuable since all the naturalization papers show is where (country) they are from.

County of St. Louis vital records

1883 Pensioner   for St.Louis (city and county), about 1200 individuals receiving federal military pensions.

St. Louis Draft Board Districts of WWI 

Eden Seminary Archives- Lutheran records FAX # 314-968-7113

US District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, US Court and Custom House, 1114 Market Street, St. Louis, MO  63101 314-539-7348  Naturalization records after 1906

National Archives

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Church Records

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