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Monroe County Vital Records
Monroe Co., Missouri Marriages, 1831-1870 Published by Kathleen Wilham $13 softbound
All the marriages in the courthouse from 1831 to 1870 have been included in this record. The marriages are arranged alphabetically with both a groom index and a bride index. Many of the marriages were for Civil War soldiers. Whenever known the rand of the soldier has been included in the record. 100 pages.
Monroe Co., Missouri Wills & Administrations, 1832-1850 Published by Kathleen Wilham 1985 $13 softbound View Index
The Monroe county Wills & Administrations from 1832 through 1850 are abstracted in this book, with 300 wills & administrations included. The name of the deceased is in caps, followed by the abstract of the record. Executors and witnesses are listed when given. 24 pages.
Monroe Co., Missouri Wills & Administrations, 1850-1870 Published by Kathleen Wilham 1986 $13 softbound View Index
This index features abstracts of records found in Book B of Monroe County Wills and Administrations. The name of the deceased is in caps, followed by the abstract of the recod. The executor and witnesses are listed when they are given. 39 pages.
Monroe Co., Missouri Cemetery Records Published by Kathleen Wilham $13 softbound
This index features the cemeteries of Florida, South Fork and Stoutsville, Missouri. Also Dooley, Stribling, Lawson, Heavenridge, Yeakey, Bybee, Pollard, Damrell-Violette, Bryant, and Poage-Powers. 44 pages.
Monroe Co., MO Holy Rosary Cemetery Records Published by Kathleen Wilham $25 softbound View Index
This index features the Monroe City, Holy Rosary, and Catholic cemeteries. All information found on the stones is transcribed in this volume as well as information from other sources. Besides birth and death dates, some entries include place of birth, kinship, cause of death or other items. 200 pages.
Monroe Co., Missouri, St. Jude’s Cemetery Records Published by Kathleen Wilham $22 softbound
These records are compiled from transcriptions of the tombstones at St. Jude’s cemetery, the records from Wilson funeral home 1888-1975 and Garner funeral home 1950-1991, and obituaries from the Monroe City News, the Shelbina Demorat and the Palmyra Spectator. There are 4,000 burials in this cemetery. Beginning in 1922 the Wilson records include the names of the parents of the deceased and their birthplaces. The Garner records include similar info. 107 pages.
Monroe Co., MO Indian Creek/St. Stephens Catholic Cemetery Records Published by Kathleen Wilham $25 softbound
This volume features the Indian Creek Catholic Cemetery, also known as St. Stephen’s Catholic Cemetery. A diagram for locating the individual lots and plots is included All information available on the stone and from other sources is provided, including birth and death dates, place of birth, kinship and cause of death. 145 pages.
Monroe City, Missouri Wilson Funeral Records, 1888-1940 Published by Kathleen Wilham $13 softbound
These funeral records include lots of information besides the name of the decedent and the date of death. Entries also include next of kin, age at time of death, cause of death and place of burial. 70 pages.
Paris, Missouri Agnew Funeral Records, 1888-1930 Published by Kathleen Wilham $13 softbound
More than 3,200 records have been indexed in this book, beginning in 1888 and continuing to 1930. It gives the name of the deceased, date of death, and when the age of the deceased is given or other information, this also is listed.