Missouri Digital Heritage Explore our Collective Past More than 9 million records can be accessed through Missouri Digital Heritage, including the collections of the Missouri State Archives, the Missouri State Library and other institutions from across the state. We’re always working to help local organizations digitize their collections and share them online. If you have ideas or suggestions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rev. Lewis Gordon Tucker, 1811-1880 Lewis Gordon Tucker Cumberland Presbyterian Minister Need A Photograph The committee on conference presented their report which was received and adopted and is as follows (viz) Your committee appointed to confer with brethren impressed to preach the gospel have conferred with the following brethren (to wit) Jas.
Obituary Depot - WorldWide Obituary Locator and Newspaper Directory Obituary Depot Obituaries are a wonderful source for genealogical clues by revealing highlights of your ancestor's life. Several years ago we launched the Regional Obituary Indexing Project and our database now contains over 590,000 citations from newspapers around the world. Online Directories Genealogy and Local History The Newberry has been collecting genealogy and local history materials since 1887. Staff at the Genealogy and Local History desk can help you explore the Newberry’s rich collections of family histories; local histories; censuses, probate, deed, court, tax, and cemetery records; military rosters; periodicals; genealogical guides; and reference works. Explore the Newberry’s Catalogs and Guides, the primary tools for identifying and locating books, maps, periodicals, and manuscripts relevant to your research. Researchers may wish to acquaint themselves with our Rights and Reproductions and Interlibrary Loan policies for information about requesting photocopies of materials from the Newberry and elsewhere. Registered readers may order microform materials through the FamilySearch Family History Library Film program. For more information about the FamilySearch Family History Library Film program as well as for help in hiring a genealogy researcher, see Referrals.
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