News Item -- 6 Apr 2008
Check out the new updated Ozark County MOGenWeb site at its new location!.

 

Douglas County, Missouri

MOGenWeb Site, Johnna Quick -- Coordinator

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How to best use this site

There are countless resources available on this site. The best way to search is by using the "search" box immediately below. There are many resources that may offer valuable information for your research that you wouldn't otherwise think to check, such as family stories or the county history. If you are looking for something specific, the catagories on the left side of the page will take you to specific data collections. Good luck in your search!


This site last updated on 04/06/2008
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Ruby Robins
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Here

   
1883 Pensioners
Archives

Political Townships of Ozark County

Biographies
Birth Records

Books
Burial Index
Cemeteries
Census Records
Churches
Civil War
Courthouse
County History
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Death Records
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Genealogical Society
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Look-Up Services
Mailing List
Maps
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Message Board
Mills
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Photo Gallery (The above map was taken from the 2003 Plat Book for Ozark County published by Marceline Mapping Co. www.marcelinemapping.com.)
Poll Book 1864
Post Offices

Photo of the Week

Place Names
Probates & Wills
Queries, old
Research Centers
Research Services
Schools
Tax Rolls
Townships
Turnbo Manuscripts
Turnbo Biography
Veterans
Other
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Photo postcard, the back reads:
"We were forming for the parde here (Gainesville) Sept. 11,
My car with the decoration on it. Hugh." Appears to be 1915 or 1916,
from the Judith Ford Lyons collection.

   

Ruby Robins

What is the Ruby Robins Collection?

    The Ruby Robins Collection contains all the publications, articles, and other information accumulated over the years by the late Ruby Robins, editor and publisher of the Ozark County Times in Gainesville, Missouri  The collection is available for viewing and studying at the Ozark County Library in Gainesville.  A catalog of her collection is online.  Visit the Ruby Robins Collection site by clicking here.
    Ruby died in 1999 at the age of 86, but only after becoming of the best authorities on Missouri History.  She performed research and designed the inscriptions on some 130 markers of the State Historical Society of Missouri.
   

Surrounding County Websites

Ark. - Baxter Ark. - Fulton Ark. - Marion
Mo. - Douglas Mo. - Howell Mo. - Taney
Ark./Mo. -- White River Valley Historical Society
U.S. GenWeb Links

USGenWeb Project

MOGenWeb Project Archives MOGenWeb Project MOGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project

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This site last updated on 04/06/2008