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Moniteau County, Missouri
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Moniteau County Historical Society Library
Moniteau County Historical Society Museum
California Commercial District Survey Report from 2008
Pictures for cemeteries in Moniteau County
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The Historical Society cemetery books list over 21,000 burials. With the current project of updating these listings, Moniteau County now has over 28,300 recorded burials in 179 known cemeteries. It is an ongoing project to update these online as they are updated in the Historical Society's database.
These can be searched using the Search box below or on the cemetery page.
There are 2 prominent Veterans memorials in Moniteau County and soon to be a third. Together, they list nearly 6,000 Moniteau County veterans
1850 Census - Slave Schedule
1850 Census - Mortality Schedule
1860 Census - Not posted
1860 Census - Slave Schedule
1860 Census -
1870 Census - Complete
1880 Census - Not posted
1890 Census - Complete
Full transcriptions of the Moniteau County Census with links to images in the Moniteau County Archives.
Moniteau County currently has three high schools
Aurora Alumni Association
Lists all CHS alumni since 1885
And 3 Elementary/Middle/Jr High Schools
In the past there have been at least five other high schools
The first Post Office in what is now Moniteau County was established at what is now Jamestown in 1830. At present, there are 8 active Post Offices in Moniteau County.
All marriage records from 1845 to 2021 have been posted by Bride and Groom.
History of many Moniteau County Churches. A work in progress with more churches added regularly.
A listing and brief biography of the Moniteau County judges and commissioners.
A listing and brief biography of California Mayors.
Lists of letters left at Post Office in California from various early issues of California newspapers
Other extinct, small villages including:
Other genealogical links
Ancestry's Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Online Search (Ancestry.com)
National Archives and Records Administration
Moniteau County, Missouri
Moniteau County was formed in 1845 from Cole and Morgan Counties. It is bordered on the north and northwest by Cooper county, on the west and southwest by Morgan, on the south by Miller, on the east and southeast by Cole and on the northeast, across the Missouri River, by Boone county.
California-Jamestown Area Veterans Memorial
California Progress, Inc. (CPI) is soliciting funds and names for a Veterans Memorial as part of the Latham Memorial Family Park in California. The park being developed is the former site of the Latham Hospital. The requirement to have a name on the memorial is for the veteran to have lived in Walker Township (California, McGirk areas) or Linn Township (Jamestown, Lupus, Sandy Hook areas) of Moniteau County at some point in their life and not be an active service member. CPI has decided to not include active service members at this time.
This page lists the 3,110 names submitted to the engravers and information about how to submit a name for future inclusion on the memorial. As of September 9, 2021 names are being compiled as future additions to the memorial.
The Aurora Alumni Association of California High School has published a 130th Anniversary history book that details the history of the school with over 7,500 graduates listed.
Included are lists of various Kings and Queens through the years along with State Champion and State-placing Sports teams. Also included are DECA State & National Award winners and National FFA degree winners.
All of these pages should be searchable here
Moniteau County has several long time businesses that were started over 50 years ago and continue today. Below are some of these businesses that started prior to 1972 and a brief history of each.
History of Moniteau County, Missouri Volume II Year 2000 is still available!
The Moniteau County Historical Society has published Volume II of the History of Moniteau County and Families. The last History of Moniteau County and Families was written in 1980. Many years from now these histories and stories will be a valued possession. This is a unique way of celebrating the end of a millennium and to begin the year 2000. This new history is available for pickup by special arrangement or by mail. Click the info button below for ordering instructions.
Snail Mail Addresses
The Historical Society Library is now OPEN every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 1-5 p.m. during April through October.
These following offices refer all genealogical inquiries to the Historical Society. Any questions, please email Alan Sparks.
Moniteau County Clerk
Moniteau County Circuit Clerk
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