Morgan County Genealogy
A Missouri GenWeb Project
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These links lead to pages devoted to the genealogy of particular Morgan County families. New links are at the top of the list. To add your home page to the list, just send Peter Binkley your page URL. The only requirement is that your page must deal with the history or genealogy of Morgan County.
Estes and Ray Families - marriages, wills, Civil War Records
Combs &c. Families of Morgan County, MO
Patricia West has information on John Chilcoat (1758-1851), Revolutionary War Soldier, who moved to the Morgan Co. area in 1819.
Marilyn Lane's "Genealogy of My Arnold & Moellinger Families & Their Allied Connections" - Francis Joseph Moellinger lived in Morgan County in 1860.
KILLMAN and KELLNER (also spelled KELTNER) families), as well as MARQUESS, STOUT, STOUT, ARMSTRONG and SMITH - Joe Gentile
A large database of several Miller and Morgan Co. families, with over 26,000 names, 3,989 surnames, including ADCOCK, BEANLAND, BURKHART, CAMPBELL, CHRISTIAN, COMBS, DOOLEY, DUTCHER, FERGUSON, FORD, GORHAM, GUNN, IMLER, IVEY, JACKSON, JOBE, JONES, KAYS, KELSAY, KIDWELL, LAMM, MADOLE, MARTIN, McKINLEY, MOBLEY, MORELAND, RATCLIFF, ROUTON, SIMS, TAYLOR, WILLIAMS, and WOODS. - Jerrold T. "Jerry" Haldiman
Woods Genealogy - Arlene Woods's genealogical charts for the descendants of Joseph "Brit" Woods
Fly Genealogy - GedCom site with the genealogy of the Fly family, including many Morgan County names from the Gravois Mills area (e.g. Washburn, Webster). Unfortunately, no e-mail address is given.
Pat Calton's site. Morgan County names include CALTON, CANTRELL, CANTWELL, HIBDON, MCCASLAND, and McFARLAND.
Peter Binkley's site, mainly concerned with the Wheatley and Hume(s) families. The site includes family letters from Morgan County in the 1850s and 1870s with plenty of local news and gossip.
The Henderson Genealogy Page (Morgan County, MO connections)
Debra Tryon's Home Page: Morgan County names include Cantrell.
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