Missouri Family History Societies(I-N)

This section lists associations from Iron to Nodaway giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.

County Societies

Iron County, Missouri Genealogical Society

Many databases and resources are on the site, including:

  • 1860-1930 Federal Census Returns (Surname Indexes)
  • Cemetery Photographs
  • Deaths
  • Marriages 1857-1873
  • Obituaries
  • Probate Court Wills Index 1857-1888, 1899-1907 and 1902-1943
  • Will Transcriptions
  • Will Abstracts 1857-1888

Links to various sites that may be of use if you are conducting research in the area are available, which incorporate:

  • Family Group Sheets
  • Grave Marker Photographs
  • Land/Deed Records
  • Military Records
  • Pedigree Charts
  • Vital Records

Jackson County Genealogical Society

Many resources are accessible in their library, located in the historic Truman Depot, which include:

  • Ancestor Charts
  • Books
  • Census Returns
  • Deeds
  • Marriages
  • Obituaries
  • Probate Records
  • Publications from various associations situated around the US
  • Surname Files

An on-line catalogue of these resources is also available.


Lincoln County Genealogical Society and Library

Many resources are accessible in their library, which incorporate:

  • A History of Augusta and its area 1850s-1860s
  • Family Charts
  • Family Histories
  • Laddonia Missouri City History
  • Manuscripts
  • Obituary Books

Some publications are sold by the society, which include Militia Rolls 1865, Moscow Mills Memories and Marriages 1819-1842. 


Maries County Historical Society

The association was established in 1956 and its aims are to preserve and collect information relating to the history of Maries County and to encourage people to be proud of the history of the area.  They are also involved in preserving historical landmarks of the area.

Many publications are available for sale, including Marriages 1881-1890, 1860-1930 Federal Census Returns, 1955 Vienna Centennial Book, History of Maries County and The Maries Co. Cemeteries.


Nodaway County Genealogical Society

Many publications are available for sale, which include:

  • 1893, 1911 and 1925 Nodaway Co. Atlases
  • Abstracts of Births and Deaths in Maryville Republican and the Nodway Democrat
  • Birth Announcements in The Maryville Daily Forum in 1940
  • Cemetery Books
  • Funeral Home Books
  • Marriages 1845-2003
  • Newspaper Indexes
  • Ravenwood: Village and the Valley 1887-1987
  • Vital Records extracted from the Elmo Register 1899-1956

Over 100,000 cards of Genealogical Information are held by the organisation - please contact them for further information.


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