Scott County, Missouri Lookup Volunteers


The following people have Scott County reference material and have volunteered to perform lookups for fellow genealogists. If you have access to Scott County reference material and would like to volunteer to perform lookups, please send me the information, rpeck1312@earthlink.net, and I will post it to this page. Thank you for helping!

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Jan Hargis (9/13/99)
I have an an index for soldiers (over 13,000) who died and were buried at Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Ga. during the Civil War, and will do lookups in this index.   Please give me a name and State when sending me a lookup request.  You can also search the Andersonville Prisoner Lookup Database which contains the names of 32,000 prisoners.  
Jan Hargis

Diane Provost (4/1/98)  
I recently sent for and received land records for my Wares in Scott Co. Years between 1863-1882. The records for the buyers are for the listings under W. But, under the "sellers" list, there are many names that might be of help to others searching Scott Co. for their families. I will be glad to do lookups in the information that I have.
Diane Provost

Glenda Pollard (2/25/98)
I purchased Scott County Civil War Records from the Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society for $4.00. It is based on the 1890 special census and includes Name of the veteran (or if he did not survive, the names of both the widow and her deceased husband), the veteran's rank, company, regiment or vessel, date of enlistment, date of discharge,and length of service in years, months, and days. I would be happy to do look-ups from these Civil War Records.
Glenda Pollard

Melanie Duvall
I have the book published by the Mississippi County Genealogical Society 1830 & 1840 Federal Census of Scott County, Missouri. I will be glad to do look-ups.
Melanie Duvall


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