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Early map of Monroe County, Missouri including Paris, Monroe City, Madison, Holliday, Santa Fe, Florida, Indian Creek, Strother, North Fork, Duncans Bridge, WoodlawnMonroe County, Missouri History and Genealogy

543 pages of Monroe County, Missouri history and genealogy including 340 family biographies plus 9 different maps featuring 28 Monroe County, Missouri communities

An informative and historical overview of Monroe County, Missouri including two separate books on one CD which include 9 historical maps (1851, 1862, 1899, 1902, 1904, 1911, 1913, 1920's and 1929) showing the locations of 28 settlements; plus the full 1884 National Historical  Company History of Monroe County, Missouri books including 335 biographies. An important resource for the study and research of Monroe County, Missouri history (including Civil War history) and genealogy.

Fully searchable - find any name or location instantly!

This fascinating and detailed CD contains ALL of the following material in two separate sections, ALL on one CD:

Section One of two, all on one CD: Maps of Monroe County, Missouri
Included here are the North East region of Missouri sections of 9 different historical maps:

A. A rare 1851 map that shows the area of Monroe County, Missouri just twenty years after Monroe County was formed. Locations shown: Middle Grove * Paris * Somerset * Woodlawn *

B. A map of 1862 (during the Civil War) Monroe County, Missouri showing the the locations of five settlements: Grant V. * Indian Creek * Long Branch * Monroe * Paris *

C. A map of 1899 Monroe County, Missouri showing the locations of 24 different settlements including all of the following: Ash * Clapper * Duncans Bridge * Evansville * Florida * Goss * Granville * Hawkins * Holliday * Indian Creek * Long Branch * Madison * Middle Grove * Monroe City (or Monroe Station) * North Fork * Paris * Santa Fe * Stoutsville * Strother * Tulip * Ventura * Victor * Welch * Woodlawn *

D. A map of 1902 Monroe County, Missouri showing the locations of 20 different settlements including all of the following: Ash * Clapper * Duncans Bridge * Evansville * Florida * Goss * Holliday * Indiancreek (Indian Creek) * Longbranch * Madison * Middlegrove (Middle Grove) * Monroe City (Monroe Station) * North Fork * Paris * Santa Fe * Stoutsville * Strother * Victor * Welch * Woodlawn *

E. A map of 1904 Monroe County, Missouri showing the locations of 24 different settlements including all of the following: Ash * Cecil * Clapper * Duncans Bridge * Evansville * Florida * Goss * Granville * Hawkins * Holliday * Indiancreek (Indian Creek) * Longbranch * Madison * Middlegrove (Middle Grove) * Monroe City * North Fork * Paris * Santa Fe * Strother * Stoutsville * Tulip * Victor * Welch * Woodlawn * The 1904 map of Monroe County can be viewed here: Monroe County, Missouri 1904 Map

F. A map of 1911 Monroe County, Missouri showing the locations of 24 different settlements including all of the following: Ash * Cecil * Clapper * Duncans Bridge * Evansville * Florida * Goss * Granville * Hawkins * Holliday * Indiancreek (Indian Creek) * Longbranch * Madison * Middlegrove (Middle Grove) * Monroe * Northfork (North Fork) * Paris * Sante Fe * Strother * Stoutsville * Tulip * Victor * Welch * Woodlawn *

G. A map of 1913 Monroe County, Missouri showing the locations of 24 different settlements including all of the following: Ash * Clapper * Evansville * Florida * Goss * Granville * Hawkins * Holliday * Indiancreek (Indian Creek) * Leesburg (Duncans Bridge) * Longbranch * Madison * Middlegrove (Middle Grove) * Monroe City * Northfork (North Fork) * Paris * Santa Fe * Stoutsville * Strother * Tulip * Ventura * Victor * Welch * Woodlawn *

H. A map from the 1920's which includes details of where various tourist sites and service stations were located.

I. A 1929 map from the Missouri Department of Transportation. You will be amazed at how many of the major routes were only dirt or gravel!

Section Two of two, all on one CD: The complete 1884 History of Monroe County, Missouri by National Historical Company
This detailed (543 pages in all) 1884 history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Monroe County, Missouri from its earliest settlement up to 1884. This is an exact photo replica of all the pages pertaining to Monroe County, Missouri including all of the historical and biographical information. Included are a total of 340 different Monroe County, Missouri family biographies.

    Here is just some of the information included:

  • History of Monroe County
  • First Settlers and Settlements in Monroe County
  • Monroe County Organized
  • The Names of Monroe County Pioneers (lengthy list)
  • Pioneer Life in Monroe County
  • First Monroe County Court
  • Erection of Monroe County Court House
  • Public Schools of Paris, Missouri
  • Business Directory of Paris, Missouri
  • The Birthplace of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) at Florida, Missouri
  • The Monroe Institute of Monroe City, Missouri
  • Business Directory of Monroe City, Missouri
  • Monroe County Townships:
  • Jackson Township * Jefferson Township * Indian Creek Township * Monroe Township * Marion Township * Union Township * South Fork Township * Washington Township * Clay Township * Woodlawn Township

  • Political History
  • Monroe County Officials
  • Newspapers in Monroe County
  • Monroe County Public Schools
  • Bench and Bar
  • Criminal Trials and Tragic Incidents
  • Monroe County in The Mexican War
  • The California Gold Fever
  • The Civil War and Monroe County:
  • The Battle at Monroe City

  • The Capture of Paris

  • The Skirmish Near Elliottís Mills

  • The Florida Fight

  • The Bottís Bluff Fight

  • The Fight at Paris

  • Monroe County Confederate Soldiers (lengthy list)

  • Railroads in Monroe County:
  • South-Western Railway System

  • Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad

  • Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad

  • Hurricane (Tornado) of 1874
  • Population of Monroe County
  • Monroe County Church History
  • Monroe County in 1884
  • Monroe County Cities, Towns and Villages Clapper * Clinton * Duncanís Bridge * Elizabethtown * Florida * Granville * Holliday * Jonesburg * Long Branch * Madison * Middle Grove * Monroe City * Paris * Santa Fe * Stoutsville * Strother * Sumerset * Woodlawn
  • Monroe County Biographical Sketches
  • (318 pages are included in the biography section)

    Included is a total of 340 Monroe County, Missouri family biographies (valuable for genealogy) including each of the following surnames: (well over 1000 other surnames are also mentioned throughout the book text and within these biographies): To view a sample family biography, click here Abernathy * Adams * Adkisson * Alexander * Anderson * Armstrong * Asbury * Ashcraft * Atterbery * Austin * Barker * Bashaw * Bassett * Bates * Bean * Bick * Biggs * Bird * Blades * Blakey * Blanton * Bledsoe * Blincoe * Bodine * Bohrer * Boulware * Bounds * Bower * Boyd * Brace * Bradley * Brashears * Bridgford * Bristow * Brown * Browning * Bryan * Buckles * Buell * Burgess * Burnett * Burnham * Bush * Bybee * Camplin * Carrico * Cary * Chambers * Clapper * Clark * Clay * Cleaver * Combs * Conrad * Conyers * Cooper * Cornelius * Covey * Cowherd * Cox * Creigh * Croswhite * Crow * Crump * Crutcher * Curtright * Davenport * Davis * Dawson * Delaney * Dils * Dixon * Dooley * Drake * Duncan * Durrant * Dye * Dysart * Edwards * Ellis * Evans * Farrell * Featherston * Fields * Fleming * Ford * Foree * Forman * Forsyth * Fowkes * Fox * Freeman * Gannaway * Garner * Garwood * Gentry * Gibbons * Giddings * Glascock * Glenn * Goodier * Gore * Grimm * Grow * Hamilton * Hanger * Hanna * Harbit * Harrison * Hawkins * Hayden * Hays * Heathman * Heizer * Hendricks * Hickman * Hightower * Holdsworth * Houston * Howell * Hume * Hunt * Hurd * Jackson * Jett * Johnson * Johnston * Jones * Judy * Kennett * Kerr * King * Lawrence * Legrand * Lewis * Lipp * Livesay * Long * Losson * Loyd * Lyon * Martin * Mason * Maxey * McBride * McCann * McCarty * McCormick * McCrary * McGee * McKamey * McKinnie * McLeod * McMurry * McNutt * Megown * Miles * Million * Mitchell * Montgomery * Moore * Morrissey * Moss * Nesbit * Neugent * Noland * Nolen * Norton * Overfelt * Ownby * Parsons * Peak * Peirsol * Pierceall * Pike * Pitts * Poage * Pollard * Powell * Powers * Proctor * Quisenberry * Ragsdale * Randol * Rauk * Reavis * Reed * Richmond * Robertson * Robinson * Rodes * Rodgers * Rogers * Rose * Rouse * Rowe * Rutledge * Sageser * Sanders * Schofield * Scobee * Seeley * Shearer * Shrader * Smiley * Smith * Smithey * Snell * Snider * Snyder * Spalding * Speed * Sprinkle * Sproul * Steele * Stoddart * Strother * Styles * Sullivan * Tanner * Thompson * Threlkeld * Tillitt * Todd * Tompkins * Topping * Towles * Trimble * Tucker * Turner * Vance * Vandeventer * Vanlandingham * Vaughn * Wade * Wallace * Waller * Warner * Watts * Webb * West * Westhoff * White * Wilkerson * Wilkins * Williams * Willis * Wills * Wilson * Withers * Wommack * Wood * Woods * Woodson * Wooldridge * Worrell * Wright * Yates * Yowell *

    Monroe County is located in north east Missouri and bordered by: Audrain County, Missouri * Randolph County, Missouri * Shelby County, Missouri * Marion County, Missouri * and Ralls County, Missouri * (click on highlighted county names for a complete description)

    Each of the two sections on this CD is in Adobe Acrobat pdf format and requires the free Acrobat Reader program to view. You probably already have this program on your computer but if not, a free copy of the program is included on the CD. Each of the books is designed to look just like a regular book and is bookmarked to move easily and quickly from one section another.  This CD was designed by, and is available exclusively from Hearthstone Legacy Publications.

    Fully searchable - find any name or location instantly!

    The cost for this CD containing both sections described above is only $9.95 plus shipping, or only $5.95 as a digital download. A large amount of history and genealogy information for very little cost! A truly fascinating view of Monroe County, Missouri from its first settlement to 1884.

    Shipping is only $1.95 for First Class Mail in the United States and Canada.  If outside of the United States, please contact us for shipping costs. We accept checks, money orders and all major credit cards via the shopping cart, mail, or by phone at 816-204-7593.

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    We will ship your order within 24 hours of receiving your payment (on first business day if received on weekend or holiday.) We will securely package and ship your order by First Class Mail and you will likely receive in just 2-3 days after ordering! We also offer this CD as a high speed internet download for only $5.95.  Details here: High Speed Downloads

     

    FREE sample family biography

    To view a sample family biography, click here

     

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    Both of the sections described above are included on one CD for $9.95 plus shipping.  If you wish to pay by credit card, please use the shopping cart below (checkout goes to a secure server.) Credit card orders may also be placed by phone to Hearthstone Legacy Publications from 9 AM to 11 PM (Central Time Zone) Monday thru Saturday at 816-204-7593. If you wish to pay by check or money order, mail $11.90 ($9.95 for CD plus $1.95 shipping) to:

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    Since we offer many different county history and genealogy CDs, please be sure to specify that you wish to order the Monroe County, Missouri History, Genealogy and Maps CD.  If ordering more than one CD, the shipping cost is $1.95 for the first CD plus only 25 cents shipping for each additional CD purchased.

    For even more value, consider our Northeast Missouri Multi-County DVD (click for details)

     

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