Family Gp Sheets
Photos Need ID
State Hosp #3
Towns & Twps
OTHER RESEARCH LINKS
When researching your Vernon County, Missouri
ancestors, these additional sites may be helpful.
Each of these links will take you off of the Vernon County, Missouri
USGenWeb site. Close that webpage window to return to this site.
Counties Bordering Vernon:
Bates County, MO
Barton County, MO
St. Clair County, MO
Cedar County, MO
Linn County, KS
Bourbon County, KS
Crawford County, KS
General Information and Research:
Genealogy and Local History Includes pages on Bronaugh,
Moundville, and Nevada; the 1904 train wreck; surnames he is
researching, and lots of old photos.
Vernon Co, MO by James Baker, Jr. Includes many records which
he has transcribed, including census, property tax lists, etc.
Records and Maps:
Original Land Patents searchable Government database of
original land patents.
Township Map One-page sketch of current townships.
(Large file; will take a couple of minutes to load.)
County, MO 1895 Map
National Mapping Service Locate a map and aerial photo of any
geographic area (cemeteries, towns, etc.; note that USGS has some
Vernon County cemeteries listed incorrectly. See the
cemetery link for correct locations and driving
of Historical County Boundaries Provided by the Newberry
1930 Vernon Co Plat Book University of Missouri
Nevada Daily Mail Nevada's local
newspaper; search for recent obituaries.
Nevada Public Library online catalog The search
function does not have a "genealogy" option -- suggest using a couple of
key words in the title field. Library staff does not
conduct genealogical research or perform lookups.
Home 301 S. Washington St., Nevada, MO. (recent obituaries.)
The Fort Scott Tribune, Fort Scott, KS
Ft. Scott, KS local newspaper; recent obituaries.
Memorial Chapel 201 S. Main St., Fort Scott, KS. (recent
City of Nevada, MO
Vernon Co., MO
Chamber of Commerce
Archives Includes many searchable databases.
Society of Missouri Includes the Missouri Newspaper Archives
Cedar & Vernon
County, MO Genealogical Society The local
genealogical society was known previously as the Tri-County Genealogical
Society and before that as the Vernon County Genealogical Society.
Historical Society and Bushwhacker Museum
Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution