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Cemeteries, Churches and Obituaries, etc.

  • Shelby County Cemeteries (See also Map and Key to cemetery locations)
  • Shelbina Cemeteries Map ( Old Shelbina, Shelbina IOOF, Sunset Slope, Westlawn, Northlawn, West Side Addition)
  • Clarence AOUW Cemetery Map – September 1883
  • St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery Map
  • Joseph C. Miller Daybook 1838 – 1848 (Coffin Orders)
  • Thompson Funeral Records (Shelbyville, MO 1903 – 1932)
  • Churches
  • Early history of Bacon Chapel as detailed in the Shelby County Herald on May 7, 1924
  • Clay Township – burial transcriptions pre-1970 (MicroSoft Excel Spreadsheet)
  • Jefferson Township – burial transcriptions pre-1970 (MicroSoft Excel Spreadsheet)
  • Tiger Fork Township – burial transcriptions pre-1970 (MicroSoft Excel Spreadsheet)
  • Bethel Township – burial transcriptions pre-1970 (MicroSoft Excel Spreadsheet)
  • Jackson Township – burial transcriptions pre-1970 (MicroSoft Excel Spreadsheet)
  • Clarence, MO – full text obituaries, 1900 – 1960’s – Click HERE for an Index of 1,300 Names (Still under construction)
  • Obituaries – various submissions
  • Shelby County Obituary abstracts – 1883 to 1886 ( This book is at the Shelby County Courthouse, in the County Clerk’s office. It gives name of deceased, sex, color, age, death date, whether single, married or divorced, birthplace, length of residence in MO, place of death, cause of death, burial place and whether they have a tombstone listed in Shelby Co. records, occupation – if given. The museum has a copy of the Death Register book – please contact if you need copies.)
  • Obituary abstracts 1836 – 1900 from Palmyra, MO newspapers – Shelby County, MO residents (complete copies are on file at the Shelby County Historical Society. Contact Kathleen Wilham)
  • SLCA Methodist Church – Obituary abstracts 1840’s – 1882 – Shelby County, MO residents
  • Shelby County Burial Cards – Index -1890’s to 1930’s
  • Death Index (recent)

Military and Veteran-Related Resources

  • Civil War in Shelby County, Missouri
  • Information on Co. G 39th MO Volunteers – Battle of Centralia (Massacre)
  • 150 Years: Remembering Worst Civil War Battle on Missouri Soil – Shelby County Herald Articles by Corby Cochenour
  • World War II – Indexes to clippings of scrapbooks from early Shelby County resident. For copies, contact Kathleen Wilham at the Shelby County Historical Society and Museum.
  • Navy and Marine Corps – WWII Newspaper Clippings – Index – collected by and donated to SCHS by the Blanton Family of Shelbina, MO. See example – for copies, contact Kathleen Wilham at the Shelby County Historical Society and Museum.
  • 1883 Missouri Pensioners
  • U.S. Army Military History Institute (Photo Database)
  • Missouri Soldiers Database – War of 1812 through WWI

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