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Maries County was organized March 2, 1855, from Osage and Pulaski Counties and named for the Big and Little Maries Rivers. The County Seat is located at Vienna, Missouri.

Official Boundaries: "All of the territory included in the following limits, to wit: beginning at the southwest corner of Gasconade County, thence north with the dividing line of Osage and Gasconade counties, to the middle of the eastern line of township 41 of range 7; thence west through the middle of township 41, to the range line between ranges 11 and 12; thence south to the southeast corner of Miller County; thence east to the middle of range 10; thence south to the middle of township 37; thence east, on a parallel line to the western boundary line of Crawford County; thence north to the northwet corner of Crawford County; thence east to the place of beginning. Is hereby created a separate and distinct county, for all civil and military purposes, to be called the County of Maries."

The county is divided up into the following political townships: Boone, Jackson, Jefferson, Miller, Dry Creek, Spring Creek, and Johnson.

Maries is surrounded by the following counties: Miller, Osage, Gasconade, Phelps, and Pulaski.

My name is Winnie Brooks and I am the MOGenWeb Coordinator for Maries County, Missouri. If you have research resources in Maries County, and would like to share them with others, please consider allowing me to post them here. Or would you volunteer to do lookups for others? If so, please let me know. Any contributions would be greatly appreciated.


COUNTY RECORDS

According to the Missouri State Archives , the following records should be available for Maries County, Missouri:

Recorder of Deeds:

Clerk of the County Court:

Clerk of the Circuit Court:

Clerk of the Probate Court:

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The Historical Society of Maries County

Preserving the history of the places and the genealogy of the people of Maries County Missouri.

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Maries Co MOGenWeb Links

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Maries Co MO Message Board

Use this board to post a query, an obit, a deed, etc.

 

 

 

Maries Co MO Mailing List

Subscribe to the Maries County Discussion List!  This list is for discussion of genealogy, history, or other subjects pertaining to Maries County.  To learn about the different options click here.

 


Personal Genealogy Pages with a Maries Co MO Connection

My Family Tree - Shirley (Winkeler) Scott Adkins, Shaw, Martin, Lambeth, Copeland, Merrell, Stout, Taff, Loftin

The Elaine Halleck Family Home Page Backues 

Susie's Front Page

Juanita Schuster's Family Page

Sandra Fry's Page Barnett

Lee's Ancestors and Descendants Chrisman

The Jones Family Jones, Southards, Morelands, Crimsons, Chandlers

Becky Dixon-Messier Pendleton, Elkins

Robert J Copeland Family Tree

The Ridenhour Family The history of the Ridenhour (originally Reitenauer) family from about 1611 in Switzerland through immigration to America. It follows the Missouri Ridenhours through Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and into Missouri Territory in 1799.

Schwegler.US  Obituaries, birth annoucements, anniversary announcements, etc. from the Belle Banner,
Maries County Gazette and Unterrified Democrat

Cindy Blankenship's Family Site Blankenship, Lawson, Rowden, Brandon, and several others

Val Rollins Sanfilippo Schleicher's Site Carter Kelley Groves Rollins

If you have a Maries County connection on your personal genealogy homepage and would like to be added to this section, please e-mail me.

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MOGenWeb Project Links

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USGenWeb Project Links

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WorldGenWeb Project


Miscellaneous Links

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