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Arnold Historical Society

Cemetery Transcriptions of Jefferson County, MO

De Soto Public Library

Jefferson College History Center
The History Center has early Jefferson County Probate Files, plus more

Jefferson County Genealogical Society (MO)
Member's surname list, application and publications

Jefferson County Historical Newspapers 
Extracts from Jefferson County newspapers from the mid to late 1800s

Jefferson County Library
The Northwest Branch specializes in genealogy and local history, 
with emphasis on Missouri, Jefferson County, and other local municipalities.

Jefferson County Missouri Historical Society
c/o De Soto Library

Kimmswick Historical Society


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St. Louis Catholic Cemeteries  
Maps, directions and historical information about many of the fifteen cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.  Site contains searchable database of nearly 500,000 burial records.

St. Louis County Library - Headquarters Branch Special Collection 
Local history and genealogy at the St. Louis County Library

St. Louis Genealogical Society
Details the activities and resources of this all volunteer genealogical society.

St. Louis (MO) Research   
Under Addresses and Libraries is a wealth of information about 
St. Louis (MO) genealogical research.

St. Louis Public Library  
Online Catalog

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Missouri page-divided by county  

Missouri State Archives   
There is a large number of searchable databases, including birth and death records
(pre-1910); Missouri death certificates, 1910-1957; Civil War Provost Marshall Index;
Coroner's Inquest; Land Patents; Missouri Supreme Court Database;
Naturalization Records; St. Louis Circuit Court Records; and Missouri Soldier's
Records: War of 1812 - World War I.


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Free searchable site with limits on available content. Many libraries, including Jefferson County Library, subscribe to the full fee-based version, AncestryPlus, which can be accessed through the public access Internet computers at the library.

Association of Professional Genealogists  
Information on membership, resources and other activities.

Bureau of Land Management: General Land Office Records
Select "Search Land Patents" from the top toolbar to access information on the initial transfer of land titles from the Federal government to individuals. In addition to verifying title transfer, this information will allow the researcher to associate an individual (Patentee, Assignee, Warrantee, Widow, or Heir) with a specific location (Legal Land Description) and time (Issue Date). 
Gateway to the set of genealogical databases.  Viewing records requires a fee-based subscription.  Many libraries subscribe to the full fee-based version called AncestryPlus.

Federation of Genealogical Societies 
Describes the activities and publications of its member organizations. 
Users can begin to create their own family tree online.  Offers access to a variety of genealogical databases on a subscription basis.

National Archives and Records Administration Genealogy Page
Includes information on conducting genealogical research using the resources available through the National Archives.

1930 Census Microfilm Locator  
Lists every roll of microfilm in the 1930 census.  It is not a family or individual name index or a digital version of the microfilm.  It is a searchable online database to help users locate which roll(s) of microfilm they need to consult.

FamilySearch - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 
Free searchable site of databases available through the Family History Library System.  Site offers access to the Social Security Death Index along with other genealogical resources.

Free searchable site supported by  There are limits on content available to non-subscribers.  Many libraries, including Jefferson County Library, subscribe to the full fee-based version, AncestryPlus, which can be accessed through the public access Internet computers at the library.

USGenWeb Project  
This site is maintained by a group of volunteers working to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and state of the United States.  The project is non-commercial and offers free access for everyone.

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