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The GSCM Reporter


(ISSN 1091-448X)

The GSCM Reporter is published six times per year by the Genealogical Society of Central Missouri. The Reporter provides useful local genealogical research data, information on the current GSCM projects, and articles or reprints of articles about period life in central Missouri over the past 180 years and more.

Free with membership or
$2.50/issue + $1.75 first issue/$1.50 for each additional Reporter ordered at the same time.

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Volume 1 (1981)

Volume 2 (1982)

Volume 3 (1983)

Volume 4 (1984)

Volume 5 (1985)

Volume 6 (1986)

Volume 7 (1987)

No volumes in 1988

Volume 8 (1989)

Volume 9 (1990)

Volume 10 (1991)

Volume 11 (1992)

Volume 12 (1993)

Volume 13 (1994)

Volume 14 (1995)

Volume 15 (1996)

Volume 16 (1997)

Volume 17 (1998)

Volume 18 (1999)

Volume 19 (2000)

Volume 20 (2001)

Volume 21 (2002)

Volume 22 (2003)

Volume 23 (2004)

Volume 24 (2005)

Volume 25 (2006)

Volume 26 (2007)

Volume 27 (2008)

Volume 28 (2009)

Volume 29 (2010)

Volume 30 (2011)

Volume 31 (2012)

Volume 32 (2013)

Volume 33 (2014)


Article Name Index for GSCM Reporter Quarterly

  • Volume 1 Number 1 (Summer 1981)
    - Audrain County - Beginnings
    - Audrain County - Old Settlers
    - Audrain County - Old Settlers (deceased)
    - Boone County - Beginnings
    - Caroline Boyes Diary
    - Callaway County - Beginnings
    - Dr. David Doyle (Biographical Sketch)
  • Volume 1 Number 2 (Fall 1981)
    - Howard, the Mother of Counties
    - 1905 Deaths in Boone County, Missouri
    - Callaway County Cemetery: Criswell Private Cemetery
    - Audrain County Cemetery: Powell Family Cemetery
    - Bible Records: Barnhart
    - Bible Records: Burge
    - Bible Records: Sexton
    - Bible Records: Smothers
    - Price Family of Callaway County
    - Judge Michael Bright of Callaway County
  • Volume 2 Number 1
    - Emphasis (includes Purpose of Original Sources)
    - Original Bible Records (various)
    - William Newland - Legislator of Ralls County
  • Volume 2 Number 2 (Spring 1982)
    - Audrain County - Holdings at State Historical Society of Missouri
    - Boone County - Revolutionary War Soldiers buried in Boone County
    - Chariton County - Partial list of Patrons from 1876 Atlas
    - Howard County - Marriages in 1894
    - Macon County - History of Atlanta
    - Randolph County - Tucker Cemetery
    - Pierce-Pearce Letters
    - William Newland - Legislator of Ralls County (continued from Vol. 2 No. 1)
    - Derivation of English Surnames
    - Johnson Cemetery, Pike County
    - Steele-Simmons Bible Records
    - Spencerburg Cemetery, Pike County
  • Volume 2 Number 3 (Fall 1982)
    - Boone County - The Columbia Cemetery
    - Chariton County - Partial List of 1876 Patrons (continued from Vol. 2 No. 2)
    - Howard County - History of Howard County
    - Macon County - Patrons' Business References
    - Bagby Family Bible
    - Crawford Family Bible
    - Monroe County - Old Towns That No Longer Exist
    - Montgomery County - Ellis Cemetery
    - Ledger of Boone County Merchant, Francis Marion Colvin
    - Names, Nicknames of Women of 18th Century
    - Presbyterian Genealogical Research
    - Quakers Research Techniques
    - Relationship Interpretation
    - Soldiers' Poll Book of Election, 1865
    - Suggestions for Tombstone Inscription Copying
  • Volume 2 Number 4 (Winter 1982)
    -Boone County - Family Burial Plots
      Little-Jones Family Plot
      Family Plot S12
      Taylor Family Plot
      Lick Fork Family Plot
      Samuel Family Plot
    -Boone County - Private Cemeteries
      Family Plot S22 T47N R11W
      Family Plot S9 T46N R11W
    -Boone County - Tax Payers
    -Callaway-Montgomery County Marriages
    -Boone's Lick
    -Chariton County
    -Patrons List
    -Columbia Statesman
    -Vital Statistics
    -French and German Words Found in Research
    -General Laws
    -Howard County
    -Men Serving in War of 1812
    -John Walkup, Revolutionary Veteran
    -Macon County - Patrons' Business References
    -Missouri Research
    -Names of Women (continued from Vol. 2 No. 3)
    -Randolph County - Eldad Church Records
    -Willis Ray Family Records
  • Volume 3 Number 1 (Spring 1983)
    - Boone County - Early Taxpayers (continued from Vol. 2 No. 4)
    - Callaway County - Genealogical Holdings at the State Historical Society of Missouri
    - Chariton County - Business References (continued from Vol. 2 No. 4)
    - Howard County - Description of Howard County
    - Macon County - Business References (continued from Vol. 2 No. 4)
    - Randolph County - Barnhart Cemetery
    - Down the Barger Line
    - Bullard Family
    - GSCM By-Laws
    - What, Where and How of Research in Missouri (continued from Vol. 2 No. 4)
    - Exempt from Military
    - Ten Ways to Kill a Society
    - Index to Volume 3 Number 1
  • Volume 3 Number 2 (Summer 1983)
    - Boone County - Wright Reunion
    - Chariton County - History of Chariton County
    - Chariton County - Map, 1876
    - Randolph County - Holdings at State Historical Society of Missouri
    - Randolph County - List of Cemeteries at DeLaney Public Library, Paris, MO
    - Randolph County - History of Baldridge School
    - Major W.L. Blanchard, deceased
    - Lindsey Family History
    - Will of William Moseley
    - McDonald's Heirs to George B. Mason, Garrard County, KY deed
    - Interpretation of Surnames
    - Correction, Wright Family
    - Index to Volume 3 Number 2
  • Volume 3 Number 3 (Fall 1983)
    - Audrain County - List of County Churches, 1939
    - Boone County - Taxpayers of Tand District 1902-1905
    - Chariton County History (continued from Vol. 3 No. 2)
    - Cooper County - Holdings of State Historical Society of Missouri
    - Monroe County - Sale of Lots in Paris, MO, 1834
    - Randolph County - Baldridge School (continued from Vol. 3 No.2)
    - Central Missouri County Records on Microfilm, Jefferson City
    - Ford Bible Records
    - Mystery Letter
    - Stumbling Among the Roots
    - Terms Pertaining to Probates
    - Correction - Bullard (from Volume 3, Number 1)
    - Surname Index to Callaway County Funeral Home Records 1925-1927
    - Index to Volume 3 Number 3
  • Volume 4 Number 1 (1984)
    - Records of Marks and Brands in Boone County (Indexed)
    - Boone County, MO, Smith Chapel Methodist Church
    - Chariton County, MO Genealogical Holdings
    - Chariton County, Indian Grove
    - Boone County Church of Christ, Friendship Roll (Indexed)
    - Randolph County Church of Christ Membership
    - Holdings of the Genealogical Society of Central Missouri
    - Excerpts from a Letter to Mrs. Edna Rogers
    - State Census Enumerations, MO State Archives
    - Missouri Counties Tax Lists
    - Boone County Holdings at State Historical Society
    - Report to Governor Hamilton R. Gamble from Adjutant General 1863
    - What Happened to "Big Jim" Williams?
    - William Marion Duvall Family Bible
    - Cooper County, MO Holdings at State Historical Society
    - Finding Our Lost Women in Randolph and Macon Counties, MO
    - Inventory of Family History Data in the Randolph County Historical Society
    - United States Land Surveys
    - Fourth Annual Conference of the MO State Genealogical Association
    - This issue is indexed in Volume 4 Number 2
  • Volume 4 Number 2 (1984) - Finding Our Lost Women in Randolph and Macon Counties, MO (continued from Vol. 4 No. 1)
    - Bates County Records 1892-1893, 1897-1900
    - Second Annual Exhibition of the Philalethean Society, 1882
    - Lenoir Bradford Records
    - Lenoir Obituaries
    - The Scotch-Irish
    - History of Boone County, Thralls Prairie
    - Audrain County Records in State Historical Society
    - This issue is indexed in Volume 5 Number 2
  • Volume 5 Number 1 (1985)
    - Roll of Physicians and Surgeons, 1831-1884
    - Adjutant General's Report, Missouri 1863
    - Stories of Missouri
    - First Records of Boone County Court
    - Old Houses and Buildings Project
    - University of Missouri Students (1872)
    - This issue is indexed in Volume 5 Number 2
  • Volume 5 Number 2 (1985)
    - Stories of Missouri - Thomas Hart Benton
    - Original Land Patents, Township 48, Range 12 (Indexed)
    - Original Land Patents, Township 48, Range 13 (Indexed)
    - Maryland Manorial Lords
    - Regulations for the Use of the MoSGA Library Collection
    - MoSGA Booklist, August 1985
    - Boone County Historical Society Museum and Visitors' Center
    - MoSGA Cemetery Project
    - Missouri 1860 Slave Schedule
    - Some Extant Registers of Early New Jersey Churches
    - This issue is indexed in Volume 6 Number 1
  • Volume 6 Number 1 (Spring 1986)
    - Missouri 1860 Slave Schedule (continued from Vol. 5 No. 2)
    - Index to Volume 5 Number 2
  • Volume 6 Number 2 (June 1986) Special Issue: Howard County, MO
    - History of Howard County, MO
    - First Circuit Court Records of Howard County, MO Territory
    - Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Missouri
    - Adam Woods, Revolutionary War Soldier
    - Howard County, MO Marriage Records 1816-1822
    - Howard County, "Parent" to Many Counties
    - Cemetery Records of Howard County (1929)
    - Salt Creek Christian Church; Ebenezer Cemetery
    - Family Cemetery, Hickman Cemetery and Cooper Cemetery #1
    - Cooper Cemetery #2, Carson Cemetery, Switzler Cemetery and Chorn Cemetery
    - Wilkerson Cemetery
    - Stanley Cemetery, Hourigan Cemetery
    - Basye Cemetery
    - Ancell Letter
  • Volume 6 Numbers 3 and 4 (Sept-Dec 1986)
    -Special Issue: "Topical" & "Surname" Index to all "Reporter Quarterlies" to Date
    - Topical: Audrain; Boone; Callaway; Chariton; Cooper; Howard; Macon; Monroe; Randolph
    - Family and Bible Records
    - Miscellaenous Articles
    - Research Tips
    - Surname:
    - Volume 1 Issues 1 & 2 1981
    - Volume II Issues 1,2,3 & 4 1982
    - Volume III Issues 1,2 & 3 1983
    - Volume IV Issues 1 & 2 1984
    - Volume V Issues 1 & 2 1985
    - Volume VI Issues 1 & 2 1986
  • Volume 7 Number 1 (1987)
    - The Thomas Copher Book
    - New on the Library's Bookshelf
    - Federation of Genealogical Societies
    - Conference Calendar
    - Index to This Issue
  • Volume 8 Number 1 (Spring 1989)
    - Original Subscribers to the University of Missouri, 1839
    - Phi Beta Kappa Members at the University of Missouri 1846-1908
  • Volume 8 Number 2 (Winter 1989)
    - Information from Original Papers on file with the Society
    - Extract, Diary of H.M. Cheavens
    - Old Settlers Reunion at Huntsville, Randolph County, October, 1905
    - Boone County Journal Extracts, Names of Old Citizens, 1870
    - Biographical Sketch of Quinton Peacher
    - On the Petty Family in Boone County
    - Some Older Missouri County Histories I: Adair through Dent
    - Land Records: A Closer Look
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 8
  • Volume 9 Number 1 (Spring 1990)
    - Some Old Missouri County Histories, II: Douglas through Knox
    - Ledger of Rocheport Telephone Company, 1912
    - The Stephens Family of Boone and Callaway Counties, Missouri
    - John Hanson McNeill of McNeill's Rangers
    - Simon Peter Kemper
    - Family Bible Records: Calvert, Pace, Rawlings
    - Settlement of the Colonies
  • Volume 9 Number 2 (Summer 1990)
    - "Old Folks at Home" Partial List of Boone County Octogenarians (Columbia, Missouri Herald June 27, 1889)
    - Some Old Missouri County Histories, III: Laclede through Putnam
    - Biographic Sketches from "A History of Missouri, Volume III" by Walter Williams
    - Index to Miscellaneous Articles of Genealogical Interest, Columbia, Missouri Herald
    - Sources of English Surnames
    - William F. Switzler on "Boone County's First Roll of Honor"
    - Boone County Pioneer Series by Virginia Easley DeMarce
    - Old Family Bible Records (Ranz)
    - Brief Data on Some of My Boone County, Missouri, Families by Joy Crane Alexander
  • Volume 9 Number 3 (Fall 1990)
    - Jefferson Garth and His Descendants
    - Collective Family Memory Acts as Cultural Cornerstone
    - Boone County Cemetery Records: Little-Jones Cemetery
    - Land Records: A Closer Look
    - Some Old Missouri County Histories, IV: Ralls through Wright
    - Boone County Marriages and Deaths in 1890, from the Columbia Missouri Herald, January 2, 1891
    - Old Settler's Association for Sturgeon and District
    - Review: Apprentices of Virginia, 1623-1800 by Harold B. Gill, Jr.
    - The Scotch-Irish
    - Pre-1910 Vital Statistics Summaries for Boone County, Missouri
    - Letter Written in 1870 to Sue Williams Lampkin
  • Volume 9 Number 4 (Winter 1990)
    - Family Record Pages from the James L. Stephens Bible
    - The Columbia V Club and Columbia Service Organizations, 1942-1946
    - The Story of James R. "Blind Jim" Sapp
    - Author and Subject Index to Volume 9
    - All Name Index to Volume 9
  • Volume 10 Number 1 (Spring 1991)
    - A to Z Checklist of Fact Sources
    - Articles of Genealogical and Historical Interest from the Ashland Bugle
    - Moberly High School Salutur, 1913
    - The Todd/Hart Family Bible
    - Ballenger Family Information
    - Notice of Death of Mrs. Henrietta Monroe McBain Hume (1905)
    - Book Reviews
    - Revised By-Laws of the Genealogical Society of Central Missouri
    - Joint Agreement Between the Genealogical Society of Central Missouri and Boone County Historical Society
  • Volume 10 Number 2 (Summer 1991)
    - Civil War Coorespondence of Corp. John Quincy Wagle
    - Topics for Writing Reminiscences
    - LDS Family History Centers: A Treasure Trove for Genealogists
    - Family History Centers in Central Missouri
    - Different Forms of Old-Style Script
    - Family Bible of James William Crane
    - The Rocheport Area and the Lloyd-Faris-Kurtz Tribe
    - Daniel Webster Boone Kurtz
    - Biographical Sketch of Tom Lloyd
  • Volume 10 Number 3 (Fall 1991)
    - Items from Mountain Grove, Missouri Newspapers
    - Robinson Family History
    - Lineage of Martha Frances and Mary Jane Shock
    - Alexander Marshall Ellington
    - The Old Turner House at Harg
    - William Wingo and Some of His Descendants
    - The Samuel B. Sapp Family Bible
  • Volume 10 Number 4 (Winter 1991)
    - Simple Porportion, or, Rule of Three
    - Pension Application of Clabourn Johnson, Revolutionary Soldier
    - Obituary of Dorothy Hart Heinkel (1990)
    - The Alex T. Stone Family Bible
    - Coonce Cemetery, Callaway County, Missouri
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri: James King
    - The Van Horn - Stampfli Bible
    - 1900 Poll Tax Book, Boone County, MO
    - Author and Subject Index to Volume 10
    - All Name Index to Volume 10
  • Volume 11 Number 1 (Spring 1992)
    - Some Descendants of John Connelly
    - Odon Guitar Bible
    - 1863 Militia Tax Roll, Chariton County, MO
    - The Fate of a Horse Thief
    - Some of My Boone County, Missouri, Families by Joy Crane Alexander
    - Chariton County Business License Lists, 1821
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri I - Includes: John Garret; John K. Barry; Steven B. Mannen; John M. Cason; James Thomas Cropp; Howard Henry Cropp; Alexander Knox Cropp; James Ernest Cropp; Silas Hombs/Homes; Robert Hombs; Peter Thomas Watson; John Berry; Franklin Jenkins; Adam Rodemyre; Alexander Marshall Ellington; Samuel D. Ellington; Horatio Philpott; William Bailey Bruce; John Perkinson; Lumuel David Brumall; Joel Johns Penick; James King; John Jay Johns; Jesse B. Borum; Albion Knight; John Gilmore Pigman
  • Volume 11 Number 2 (Summer 1992)
    - Boone County, Missouri Records: Register of Oaths of Military Officers in Boone County, Missouri (1864)
    - A Westerly Pace Saga
    - Boone County, Missouri Records: Register of Colored Apprentices
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick Brunswicker, March 23-December 29, 1867
    - Civil War in Boone County: Merrill's Horse and the Fighting Flock of Cranes
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri II - Includes: Samuel Gibb; Samuel Hinch I; Samuel Hinch II; Henry Small I; George Small; Charles Sasse; William F.C. Sasse; Frederick Sasse; Andrew McQuitty II; William Lientz; William Derby; John Gill; Clayborn Johnson; Richard Taylor Bayse; Josiah H. Walton; Joshua Willis Terrill; Higgason Harris; John Rie I; Caleb Armitage; James M. Delmore; Johnson Walker I; Barrett Henry Payton; Major Edward Long; David Young; Henry Arison Grigsby; William Beal Muir; Solomon Marica; Charles Coutts; Franklin Ewing Glascock
  • Volume 11 Number 3 (Fall 1992)
    - Freeman/Wooldridge Family Tree
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick Central City and Brunswicker 1859-1865
    - Dead Confederate Soldiers
    - Our Germanic Ancestors: The Land They Came From and Why They Left
    - Miscellaneous Lists Published in the Columbia Missouri Herald
    - Chariton County Delinquent Tax Lists, 1821-1825
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri III - Includes: Joshua Baker; Jesse Griffin; Leasel Littleburn Lindsey; Elvia Jefferson Nichols; Lewis Wilcoxon; William Swearingen Wilcoxon; James Rowan Wilcoxon; Adkin Lee Wilcoxon; Lewis E. "Bud" Wilcoxon; John Fortney; Jemima A. Goodwin; Daniel C. Lyon; Abigail (Cook) Lyon; Robert Norton; John Winn; Thomas Wright; Samuel Wright; Alexander Peacher; James H. Welch; John Berkebile; Ephriam Brink; Nathan Richardson; William Rippeto; Erastus Marion Valentine; Nelson Voorheis
  • Volume 11 Number 4 (Winter 1992)
    - GSCM Membership List at December 31, 1992
    - By Their Titles You Shall Know Them
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 11
    - All Name Index for Volume 11
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri IV - Includes: William T. Crawford; George T. Crawford; William Emmett Crawford; Moses Hall Crawford; James Weathers; John J. Jennings; Dennis C. Magruder; John T. Magruder; Travis Magruder; Isham Embree; Thomas Davis; Nathaniel Morris; John Michael Robb; John B. "Jack" Ware; Robert Spradlin/Spradling; Phillip Rohr; Pleasant L. Evans
  • Volume 12 Number 1 (Spring 1993)
    - 1897 Telephone Card, Columbia, Missouri
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick Brunswicker 14 October 1847 - 9 September 1848
    - Chariton County Indentures and Slave Sales
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri V - Includes: Zadock Riggs; Samuel Riggs; John A. Reed, Sr.; William Givens Riggs; Benjamin Austin; Nealy Roscom; John Gilpin Slate; Hezekiah Speaks; Joseph W. Calvert; Arch Young Slate; Robert Ferguson Lemon; Henry Perkins; Thomas Wisdom; Elizabeth Patton (Toomey) Caldwell; William Jesse Eager; George Washington Ellitoo; Jonathan Freeman; Hugh Gilbreath; Burnett W. Stone; Henry H. Tumy; Jesse Wooldridge; Jesse William Wooldridge
    - Early Settlers Supplement - Includes: Ephriam Brink; Isham Embree; John Winn
  • Volume 12 Number 2 (Summer 1993)
    - Tombstone Inscriptions of the Leintz Family Cemetery, Boone County, MO
    - The Fulton Telegraph, May 23, 1879
    - The Experience of a Beginner
    - Cave Family Bible
    - Kirkbride's Corner, Columbia, MO
    - Confirmation of Black Marriages in Chariton County, MO, 1865
    - Synopsis of GSCM Spring Programs
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri VI - Includes: Adams; Belcher; Berry; Bryant; Coonce; Crane; Crump; Elston; Grooms; Hickam; Harmon; Hopper; Jefferson; Little; Nevins; Payne; Palmer; Ranz
  • Volume 12 Number 3 (Fall 1993)
    - Changes in Attitude May Uproot Genealogy
    - The Missouri Statesman, January 17, 1862
    - The Leedon Family Bible
    - Another of Frank's Finds
    - Where Do the Names Come From?
    - Hubbard History, Boone County, MO
    - The Fulton Telegraph, August 20, 1880
    - Chariton County Civilians Killed During the Civil War
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri VII - Includes: Nevins; Payne; Palmer; Ranz; Blake; Cave; Harlan; Crump; Coons (Coonce); Estes; Forbis; Harmon; Nichols; Purcell
  • Volume 12 Number 4 (Winter 1993-94)
    - GSCM Membership List, 30 December 1993
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 12
    - All Name Index for Volume 12
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri VIII - Includes: Lloyd Cleveland Purcell; William Risk; Hiram Smith; John Benton Smith; Levi T. Sapp; John M. Sapp; William T. Sapp; John B. Thomas; Shadrack Wren; Charles Wren; James N. Wren; Richard Evans
  • Volume 13 Number 1 (Spring 1994)
    - Descendants of Isaac Wilcoxon
    - Old Settlers of Chariton County, Missouri, 1894
    - The Hunter Family
    - Chariton County Missouri Juries, 1821-1829
    - Daniel Atterbury (1818-1857)
    - State Census Enumerations available at Missouri State Archives
    - Gold Mine from Germany
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri IX - Includes: William Kyle Given; Adam Given; Alexander Givens; Benjamin H. Givens; Charles Ewin Givens; David Givens; James M. Givens; John S. Givens; Robert Givens; Augustus Thralls; Elsie Coats
  • Volume 13 Number 2 (Summer 1994)
    - Path of Land-Rush Traffic Across Boone and Callaway Counties
    - More on the William Lientz Cemetery
    - Brunswick School District Poll Book, 1890
    - Docket May Term Boone County Court, 1865
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Salisbury Bulletin, 1869
    - Will of Samuel Givens : Reclaiming Your Ancestors' Ancient Titles
    - Swedes in Howard County, 1880
  • Volume 13 Number 3 (Fall 1994)
    - Some Tips for You by Phyllis J. Bauer
    - State Historical Society Preserved MissouriÕs Heritage
    - Docket August Term Boone County Court, 1865
    - My Harrington Ancestors
    - Chariton County Naturalizations, 1821-1843
    - Appointments by the Governor (Missouri Statesman, 1862)
    - The Earliest Settlers of Boone County, Missouri
    - Early Settlers of Central Missouri X - Includes: Robinson; Turley; Hubbard; Muir; Smith; Ellis; Conger; Pace; Taylor; Berry; Austin; Given
  • Volume 13 Number 4 (Winter 1995)
    - Ann Hawkins Gentry
    - Deaths in Boone County 1900
    - GSCM Membership List for 1994
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 13
    - All Name Index for Volume 13
  • Volume 14 Number 1 (Spring 1995)
    - Rocky Fork Church (1821-1971)
    - Births in Boone County 1900
    - The Ferries of Boone County
    - Marriage Notices Found in Randolph County Newspapers (1854-1869)
  • Volume 14 Number 2 (Summer 1995)
    - Lucy America Fountain Morris
    - Marriages in Boone County 1900
    - Amnesty Oaths During the Civil War
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Keytesville Herald (1874)
    - Death Notices Found in Randolph County Newspapers (1854-1869)
  • Volume 14 Number 3 (Fall 1995)
    - Pursued by Wolves
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick Brunswicker (1868-1873)
    - Missouri River Towns: Rocheport and Providence
    - Wills of Isaac Crosthwait, Thomas Turner and Henry Stone
  • Volume 14 Number 4 (December 1995)
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Keytesville Herald (1875)
    - Letters to Santa (Randolph County 1922)
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 14
    - All Name Index for Volume 14
  • Volume 15 Number 1 - January/February 1996
    - Happy Birthday, Missouri: Thank You David Barton
    - Accidental Discharge of Firearms
    - The Paternity of Jemima Boone
    - Howard County Land Deeds 1816-1856
    - Genealogical Research on the World Wide Web
  • Volume 15 Number 2 - March/April 1996
    -Standing Rules of GSCM
    -GSCM by-laws
    -Committee list, including chairs, responsibilities, 1996 goals, regular meeting times
    -Membership directory
    -Exchange List
    -GSCM Calendar, plus other organizations' events
  • Volume 15 Number 3 - May/June 1996
    - Descendants of James Allen: 1636-1924 (Cover Photo)
    - Tips for Successful Library Research Trips
    - African-American Family History Research
    - Digital Library Projects at the University of VA
    - Genealogy on the Internet: Listservs
    - Using Maps in Your Ancestral Search
    - Guardian Rock Wool Factory : Reed Reunion
  • Volume 15 Number 4 - July/August 1996
    - Draper Manuscripts
    - Genealogy on the Internet: Family Name Listservs
    - Web Site Reviews
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 1
    - Martha Bullard, An Early Settler of Boone County
    - Soldiers of War of 1812
    - Rock Wool Factory at Easley, MO
    - William Franklin Roberts and Maranda Asbury
    - Famous Goose Case
  • Volume 15 Number 5 - September/October 1996
    - "Children's Games" from the Biography of Rev. Major Johnson
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 2
    - Lineage of Ruth Eleanor Blue
    - Tyre H. Jones, An Early Settler of Boone County
    - Pensioners in Audrain County
    - Approved School Districts, Annual Report 1923
    - GSCM Reporter Survey Results
  • Volume 15 Number 6 - November/December 1996
    - Pioneer Certificates (list of Ancestors & Descendants who have received Certificates so far)
    - Christmas in the Country from the Biography of Rev. Major Johnson
    - Pensioners in Boone County
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 3
    - Ancestors Program on PBS
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 15 (1996)
    - All Name Index for Volume 15 (1996)
  • Volume 16 Number 1 - January/February 1997
    - GSCM News and Notes
    - Pioneer Certificates awarded
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 4
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick (MO) News (1876-1877) extracted by Blake Sasse
    - Book Review by Laurie Shawver
    - Memories of Boyhood Days Spent with the Palmer Family of Callaway County, Missouri by Frederick K. Wheeler
  • Volume 16 Number 2 - March/April 1997
    - Prairie Fire!
    - Civil War Incidents: Evading Militia Service
    - 1997 GSCM Membership List & Directory
    - 1997 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 16 Number 3 - May/June 1997
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 5
    - Callaway County in the 1830s
    - Along the Santa Fe Trail
    - 1895 Missouri GAR Roster
    - Boone County Townships
  • Volume 16 Number 4 - July/August 1997
    - Boone County Civil War Memorial
    - Augustus Thrall and Thralls Prairie
    - Vinnie Ream: Boone County Artist
    - Civil War Incidents: James Barger Bullard Goes West
    - Memory Sketches of Early Callaway County
  • Volume 16 Number 5 - September/October 1997
    - Index to Previous Reporters (1981-1982)
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 6
    - A Trip to the Horse Mill
    - Chariton County Business Directory, 1854
    - Commutation Tax Exemptions
  • Volume 16 Number 6 - November/December 1997
    - Land Records on CD from the Bureau of Land Management
    - Boone County Tours: Know Your County Part 7
    - July 6, 1862 Roster of Quantrill Guerrillas
    - Samuel Elgin, Revolutionary War Veteran
    - An Encounter with Bushwhackers in Saline County
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 16
    - All Name Index for Volume 16
  • Volume 17 Number 1 - January/February 1998
    - The Cruelty of the Civil War: The Execution of John Jackson Jefferson
    - Gleanings from the Macon Gazette 1862
    - Letters from an MU Student, 1899-1901
    - Tombstone Symbols and Their Meanings
    - Saving Old Books and Documents
    - Partial Index to Previous Quarterlies (1983-85)
  • Volume 17 Number 2 - March/April 1998
    - The Battle at Bryant Station, KY
    - Genealogists Greatest Loss: What Happened to the 1890 Federal Census?
    - 1998 GSCM Membership List & Directory
    - 1998 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
    - Why Participate in a GSCM Committee?
  • Volume 17 Number 3 - May/June 1998
    - Protecting Abandoned Cemeteries
    - Proposed Revisions to GSCM By-Laws
    - Proposed Revisions to GSCM Standing Rules
    - Civil War Memorial Update
    - Roberts Families of Rocky Fork Township
  • Volume 17 Number 5 - September/October 1998
    - Some Answers Are Set in Stone
    - Finding Mary
    - The Family Record of Tyre H. Jones of Boone County
    - Hickam Family Letters
    - Kentucky Teeter Family
    - Census Taker (poem)
  • Volume 17 Number 6 - November/December 1998
    - The Death of Sidney Clark
    - The Riggs Family Cemetery
    - Berry Family Cemetery
    - Boone Countys Oldest People (1895)
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 17
    - All Name Index for Volume 17
  • Volume 18 Number 2 - March/April 1999
    - 1999 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick (MO) News (1878)
    - Remembering Our Ancestors: The Civil War in Centralia, MO
    - The Gillaspie Family Cemetery
    - 1999 GSCM Membership List & Directory
  • Volume 18 Number 3 - May/June 1999
    - William Robert Cochran Family Cemetery
    - John Walkup Family Cemetery
    - Trial Conviction and Execution of John Chapman
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick (MO) News (1879)
    - Obituary of Nancy Johnston (1887)
  • Volume 18 Number 4 - July/August 1999
    - An Introduction to the Missouri State Archives
    - New DUV Tent Formed in Springfield, MO
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick (MO) News (1880)
    - Prairie Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
    - Civil War Memorial Update
    - Boone County Physicians Who Died Prior to 1921
    - Confederate Soldiers Buried in Columbia Cemetery
  • Volume 18 Number 5 - September/October 1999
    - Pioneer Certificates Update
    - Ravenswood's Slaves: My African American Missouri Family
    - Whatever Happened to the Crosswhite Cemetery?
    - Pull-Out Calendar Section
    - Genealogical Gleanings from the Brunswick MO News - 1881
    - Central Missouri Bushwackers and Highwaymen
  • Volume 18 Number 6 - November/December 1999
    - An Introduction to the Missouri State Archives (part 2)
    - Durrett Wills, Missouri Pioneer
    - New Madrid Land Certificates
    - Sims-Crews Cemetery
    - Prairie Grove Methodist Cemetery (South)
    - Indexes for Volume 18 (1999), Author,Subject; All name index
  • Volume 19 Number 1 - January/February 2000
    - Pioneer Certificates Update
    - Civil War Memorial Update
    - North Todd Gentry
    - Some Incidents of the Civil War in Columbia & Boone County
    - Changes That Have Been Made Living on the Farm
    - Upcoming GSCM Programs/Planning Ahead
  • Volume 19 Number 2 - March/April 2000
    - GSCM News and Notes
    - Wildwood Farm
    - Stories About Physicians, Surgeons and Dentists
    - 2000 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    - 2000 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
    - Upcoming GSCM Programs/Planning Ahead
  • Volume 19 Number 3 - May/June 2000
    - GSCM News and Notes
    - The Flag Folding Ceremony
    - Cooper County, MO Naturalizations
    - Asses in Missouri
    - A letter from Reuben Peacher
    - Turner-Stone Family Cemetery
    - Upcoming GSCM Programs/Planning Ahead
  • Volume 19 Number 4 - July/August 2000
    - Fulton, Mo Death Index 1888-1892 (Part 1)
    - Our First Letter Carriers
    - The Fletcher Wright Cemetery
    - Coming to Missouri Under a Cloud: Dr. Isaac P. Vaughan of Howard County
    - What Could She Have Been Thinking?
  • Volume 19 Number 5 - September/October 2000
    - Fulton MO Death Index 1888-1892, part 2
    - Wary Forney/Roxanne Berry Bible Records
    - Daniel Boone and Family
    - Welsh Naming Systems and Patronymics
  • Volume 19 Number 6 - November/December 2000
    - Rawlings/Rawlins/Rollins Marriages in Howard County, Missouri
    - Long Hard Rides
    - Dr. Abner Martin and Dr. Robert S. Martin
    - The Ellington Cemetery of Boone County, MO
    - Try Buying Gifts for the Garrett Family
    - Indexes, Volume 19 (2000), Author/Subject and All Name Indexes
  • Volume 20 Number 1 - January/February 2001
    - The First Stephens Medal
    - Marriage of Andrew J. Winn and Mary Linton Bateman
    - Shaw Bible Records
    - Robert & Polly Hinkson: Early Frontier Family in Boone County
  • Volume 20 Number 2 - March/April 2001
    - GSCM News and Notes
    - The Berry Cemetery, Boone County Missouri
    - The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Holt of Callaway County
    - 2001 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    - 2001 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 20 Number 3 - May/June 2001
    - I Remember Decoration Day
    - The Seven Layer Lemon Jelly Cake
    - The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Holt of Callaway County (Part 2)
    - Pioneer Days in Missouri: A Letter from Sarah Mullins Hatcher
    - Boone County, MO School District Map (1931)
    - The Oral History of Columbia, MO in the 1930s and 1940s
  • Volume 20 Number 4 - July/August 2001
    - Paris Anderson Dougherty
    - The Life of Bailey Anderton Homsley
    - The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Holt of Callaway County (Part 3)
    - Disease Terminology
  • Volume 20 Number 5 - September/October 2001
    - GSCM Long-Range Objectives
    - A Daughter of the Regiment
    - William Mooreman, First Husband of Rhoda Crews
    - Scoundrel in My Family
    - Elgin vs. Elgin
    - Highwaymen's Den Found
    - Archer Gang of Indiana Caught
    - Your Scoundrel Ancestor May be Lurking
    - Edward Doty: My Scalawag Ancestor
  • Volume 20 Number 6 - November/December 2001
    - Pennsylvania German Pioneers
    - List "A" of the Passenger Ship Brittania, Arrived in Philadelphia Sept 21, 1731
    - The Journal of Elizabeth Ann Holt of Callaway County (Part 4)
    - Indexes, Volume 20 (2001)
    - Author and Subject Index
    - All Name Index
  • Volume 21 Number 1 - January/February 2002
    - Perry Thrall
    - Vantine v. the Heirs of John Butler: Witnesses for the Plaintiff
    - Rebel Boone County Soldiers Taking the Amnesty Oath
    - Columbia: A City of Homes (1896)
    - The Death of President Lathrop
  • Volume 21 Number 2 - March/April 2002
    - The Eldad Church of Randolph County, Missouri
    - State Birth and Death Registrations
    - Some Rosters of the Officer fo the Enrolled Missouri Militia
    - A Confederate Reunion (1896)
    - 2002 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    - 2002 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 21 Number 3 - May/June 2002
    - Elizabeth Boone Copher: Central Missouri Pioneer
    - Susan Tillery" Columbia's Oldest Women Resident (1912)
    - Rebecca Bell Wiggs Squires (1823?-1887)
    - Names and Nicknames of Women of the 18th Century
    - Mrs. Permelia Bullard (1895)
    - Tips for Finding Your Ancestor's Maiden Name
    - Early Gynecology
    - Mrs. Elizabeth Smith (1889)
    - Charter Members of the Columbian Chapter, NSDAR
    - Mrs. Sidney Ann Wilhite (1890)
    - Frances "Fanny" Brent Williams
  • Volume 21 Number 4 - July/August 2002
    - Moses M. Barth: Central Missouri Pioneer
    - Tips for Writing Letters
    - How I Found My Father
    - ...And to My Niece Dorcas Robards...
    - WHMC: A Resource for Genealogists That Should Not Be Overlooked
    - Boone County Citizens Born Before 1840
    - The Old Missouri Telegraph
    - Boone County Firsts
    - Guerrilla: The James Boys at Home
    - Blunt Memorializes World War I Veterans
  • Volume 21 Number 5 - September/October 2002
    - Boone County, MO Enumeration Districts and Townships of the 1930 Federal Census
    - Josiah Martin's Diary (1851)
    - Boone County Missouri Old Settlers Association
    - The First County in the Blue Ribbon State
    - Marriages and Deaths 75 Years Ago (1899)
  • Volume 21 Number 6 - November/December 2002
    - Fifty Year Residents of Columbia Area (1902)
    - My Three Confederate Great-Grandfathers
    - Mrs. Juriah (Callaway) Dennis Obituary (1929)
    - Former Boone County Citizens (1892)
    - Isaac Nevins Obituary
    - Indexes, Volume 21 (2002)
  • Volume 22 Number 1 - January/February 2003
    - Formerly of Boone County, "The Boys" Talk of Their New Homes (1898)
    - The Early Sapps in Boone County and How They Were Related
    - The Rest of the Story of Juriah Dennis
  • Volume 22 Number 2 - March/April 2003
    - Out to Aunt Ruby's: Rural Life in Boone County, MO in the 1940s
    - Finding George DeVilbiss
    - Getting Directions
    - Jesse Newton Cox, an Interesting Ancestor
    - Finding Wilson Ancestors
    - 2003 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    - 2003 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 22 Number 3 - May/June 2003 (Special Boone County Churches Issue)
    - Movin' On
    - Red Rock Church
    - Christian Church Organized in 1832
    - Missouri United Methodist Church: A Brief History
    - The Building of the First Prairie Grove Church
    - The Birth of a Church Named Liberty
    - History of Sugar Creek Church
  • Volume 22 Number 4 - July/August 2003
    - Baptist Church Established in 1823
    - Methodist Church Established Before 1838
    - The History of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia, Missouri
    - John D.S. Burnett of Boone County, Missouri
    - Stories of the Brink Family in Kentucky
  • Volume 22 Number 5 September/October 2003
    - William Samuel Burnett (1826-1890)
    - Biography of George B. Cox (1896-1973)
    - What Happened to Sadie
    - Kentucky Sale Bill from 1849
    - Missouri Trails
  • Volume 22 Number 6 - November/December 2003
    - Confederate Reunion (1903)
    - Author and Subject Index for Volume 22
    - All Name Index for Volume 22
  • Volume 23 Number 1 - January/February 2004
    - Boone County Missouri's 1821 Tax Assessment
    - Boone County Missouri's Delinquent Taxes of 1821
    - Home Remedies
    - Danville-Gregory Cemetery in Montgomery County, Missouri
  • Volume 23 Number 2 - March/April 2004
    - Studying Presidents Day at Lineage Society Meetings
    - Ellington Family Sorrow
    - Blind Boone, Negro Concert Pianist, Dies (1927)
    - Long-Term Columbia Residents (1902)
    - Some World's Fair Visitors (1893)
    - The Columbia Fire Department (1902)
    - Death of Mr S.F. Conley
    - 2004 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    - 2004 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 23 Number 3 - May/June 2004
    - Thou Shalt Not!
    - John and Sophia (Skinner) Lee of Boone County, MO
    - Boone County "Death Register", 1883-1886
    - Boone County, Missouri Justice of the Peace Marriage Records 1863-1880
    - Matilda (Perkins) Linn Obituary (1904)
  • Volume 23 Number 4 - July/August 2004
    - The Nichols of Cedar Township, Boone County, MO
    - The Spears/Dyer House in Saline County, MO
    - Early Ewings in Missouri
    - Update to John and Sophia (Skinner) Lee Article
  • Volume 23 Number 5 - September/October 2004
    - Writing the Book on Marriage Records
    - Clues to John M Bullard's Origins
    - James Williams of Boone County, MO
    - The Benjamin T and Polly McGuire White Cemetery of Boone County, MO Rediscovered
    - Book Review: On This Rock I Will Build
  • Volume 23 Number 6 - November/December 2004
    - Mid-Missouri Genealogical Society Gift to GSCM Library
    - Second Update to John and Sophia (Skinner) Lee Article
    - Citing Your Sources: Why You Should Avoid Deja vu in Genealogy Research
    - Ashland's Origins
    - Old Santa Receives Letters From Little Friends
    - How I Became Jane L Decker
    - Columbia Area Friendship Quilt Found
    - Indexes, Volume 23 (2004): Author and Subject Index and All Name Index
  • Volume 24 Number 1 - January/February 2005
    -Steamboat Amelia
    -Who Were the Slaves on Ravenswood, Bunceton, Missouri?
    -Memories of Easley, Missouri
    -Giving Back to Your Genealogical Society
    -William Henry Douglass of Madison County, Kentucky
  • Volume 24 Number 2 - March/April 2005
    -More on the Family of North Todd Gentry
    -Who Were the Slaves on Ravenswood, Bunceton, Missouri ? (Part II)
    -Was Life Really Better in the "Good Old Days"?
    -2005 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    -2005 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 24 Number 3 - May/June 2005
    -Saline County, Missouri Black Marriages, Book A
    -Jewell Burying Ground (1907)
    -Never Stop Asking Questions: Solving the Mystery of Uncle Joe's Death
    -Confederate Reunion, September 1903, Columbia, Missouri
  • Volume 24 Number 4 - July/August 2005
    -Sheldon Young and the Death Valley Wagon Train of 1849
    -Boone County Missouri Gold Seekers
    -Letters from General Omar Bradley (1949-1966)
    -Boone County's Older Citizens (1904)
  • Volume 24 Number 5 - September/October 2005
    -William Bryant
    -Estes, Forbis and Nichols Obituaries
    -Old Folks at Home: Partial List of Some Boone County Octogenarians (1889)
    -Rates for Ordinaries in Botetourt County, Virginia
  • Volume 24 Number 6 - November/December 2005
    -Reuban Clatterbuck's Revolutionary War Pension Application
    -The First Wife of George H. Bullard
    -Walnut Grove Church Cemetery Dedication
    -Indexes, Volume 24 (2005)
  • Volume 25 Number 1 - January/February 2006
    -Old Bethel Cemetery, Perche Township, Boone County, MO
    -Petitions of Union Citizens of Boone County Missouri to Abraham Lincoln
    -Where is Jesse Copher Buried in Boone County, MO
    -Greene Daniel wyatt and his Ancestors: A Genealogical Study of a "Common Man"
  • Volume 25 Number 2 - March/April 2006
    -The Kidnapping of Berry F. Wilhite
    -Following the Slaves from Ravenswood: The Johnston, Spears, Hutchingson, McClanahan and Hickman Families
    -2006 Membership List and Directory
    -2006 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 25 Number 3 - May/June 2006
    -Campbell/Dodson/Faris Family Bible
    -An 1830's Boone County, Missouri Tavern, Peter Wright, Proprietor
    -Morgan Bryan I (1671-1763 )
    -Births and Deaths of Local Interest During 1898
  • Volume 25 Number 4 - July/August 2006
    -Beatitudes for Genealogists
    -Max and Anne Miller's Service to the Genealogy Field
    -Bonds Chapel Cemetery of Hartsburg, Boone County, Missouri
    -Morgan Bryan II (1724-1804)
  • Volume 25 Number 5 - September/October 2006
  • Volume 25 Number 6 - November/December 2006
    -Boone Count Physicians and Roceport Newspaper Research
    -William R. Heath, Pioneer of Howard County, Missouri
    -Boone County Whigs (1844)
    -The Death of Duskin Shears (1915)
    -Indexes, Volume 25 (2006)
  • Volume 26 Number 1 - January/February 2007
    -John William Roberts, Jr., Died in the Alton Illinois Prison (1862)
    -Grandpa Thomas E. Crane's Birthplace Home in Boone County, MO
    -Boone County Physicians-Columbia
    -Gladly Would We Learn, and Gladly Teach
    -Bethel Baptist Church Centennial (1917)
    -Bethel Church: Oldest Baptist Church in the State
  • Volume 26 Number 2 - March/April 2007
    -Getting to Know My Grandfather, Paul Phias Faris
    -Jim Butler Bushyhead: Oklahoma Indian Wins
    -Henry Clay Gibson (colored) Left $3000 by his Former Owner Andrew Gibson in 1872 Coper County, Missouri
    -2007 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    -2007 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 26 Number 3 - May/June 2007
    -Fortney Family Cemetery, Rock Bridge State Park, Cedar Township, Boone County, MO
    -Head's Fort
    -Mrs. Cornelia Ann Robinson of Cedar Township, Boone County, MO
    -Richardson Family Record
    -Boone County Physicians-Centralia
  • Volume 26 Number 4 - July/August 2007
    -Another Old Bethel Church Discovery: James T. Philips
    -The Origins of the DeVilbiss Family
    -From the Files of the GSCM Library: The Seymour Family
    -Ina Lola Crane: Female Paper Hanger
    -How's My Little Darius? Another Letter to the Crane Grandkids
  • Volume 26 Number 5 - September/October 2007
    -Researching the Corners of the Courthouse: Divorce Records
    -Boone county Missouri Physicians in Smaller Towns
    -Wars and Conflicts Involving Americans before 1900
    -Highway 63 from Ashland to Columbia Opens (1927)
    -G.W. Sappington Obituary (1924)
    -A Short Histor of Jacob M. Roberts and His Descendants
    -Rev. Burnham Tells About Duly's Mill
    -Abraham Sapp Obituaries and More (1832-1917)
  • Volume 26 Number 6 - November/December 2007
    -Pioneer Certificates Update
    -Hart Hill Holdups (1920)
    -More Boone County Missouri Physicians
    -Walnut Grove Church, Boone County, Missouri
    -Indexes, Volume 26 (2007)
  • Volume 27 Number 1 - January/February 2008
    -Missouri Cemetery Law
    -Customers at W.C. Maupin's General Store, Nashville, Boone County, Missouri: 1850-1852
    -The Great Philadelphia Wagon Road
    -Boone Soldiers in Seminole War
    -Death Register from the Columbia Missouri Statesman 26 January 1877
    -A Query Success Story, And I Didn't Even Write It
  • Volume 27 Number 2 - March/April 2008
  • Volume 27 Number 3 - May/June 2008
    -Virginia Pearl Bullard Nichols
    -Ashland School Dedicated in 1904
    -Slaves' Emancipations in the Circuit Court, Cooper County Missouri
    -Bible 100 Years Ole (in 1908)
    -Battle of Lake Okeechobee
    -GPS for Genealogists
    -Newman Family of Bunceton, Cooper County, Missouri
  • Volume 27 Number 4 - July/August 2008
    -The 1912 Columbia Axe Murder: Was Columbia Home to an Early American Serial Killer?
    -The "Booneslick Country"
    -Eulalia "Eula" Fields Hart
    -Territorial Daughter's Visit
    -The Death of General Odon Guitar (1908)
  • Volume 27 Number 5 - September/October 2008
  • Volume 27 Number 6 - November/December 2008
    -2008 Sturgeon Family Annual Reunion
    -Sad Accident on Thanksgiving Day (1881)
    -A Brief History of Audrain County
    -Henry Family Cemetery, Boone County, Missouri
    -Little-Known Breedlove or Hathman Family Cemetery "Discovered"
    -Genealogical Codicil to My Last Will and Testament
    -Indexes, Volume 27 (2008)
  • Volume 28 Number 1 - January/February 2009
    -Luther Douglas and Amanda Marie (Nichols) Hart
    -Pauline Humphrey Obituary (1967)
    -Luther Douglas Hart's Will with Codicil and Final Settlement of His Estate
    -How Drinking Habits Changed in America from Colonial Days to the Civil War
    -Columbia Negroes Claim a Slice of St. Joseph
    -Nolia Louise Woodson Obituary (1967)
    -A Brief History of Boone County, Extracted from the 1850 Census Data
    -George L. Hill Obituary (1967)
    -Mrs. Susan A. Mos Dies at 89 (1917)
    -Arthur M. Hardiman Obituary (1967)
  • Volume 28 Number 2 - March/April 2009
    -Stepping Back in Time
    -Historic Rock Bridge Area of Boone County, Missouri
    -Three Score and Ten (1904)
    -Conquering the Courthouse: The First Steps
    -2009 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    -2009 Genealogical Societies and Organization Exchange List
  • Volume 28 Number 3 - May/June 2009
    ~Pieces of the Puzzle
    ~Farewell for Negro Soldiers
    ~Bethlehem Baptist Church, Transcription of Early Church Rolls
    ~Centralia's Darning Club
    ~Howard County Cititzens Killed Before Reaching California (1859)
    ~J.M. Wright's Corrections to the History of Boone County
    ~Obituaries for Julia Williams, William Briscoe, and Charles Hogan
    ~Reed Reunion (1881)
    ~Death of John Osborn (1859)
    ~Bonds Chapel Cemetery Article Corrections
  • Volume 28 Number 4 - July/August 2009
    -Some Ancestors and Descendants of the Armstrongs of Boone County, Missouri
    -Hidden Treasures
    -Zuck Family of Thompson, Missouri
    -Union Primitive Baptist Church, Columbia, Missouri, Roll of Members
    -Frankie F. Knight--Rest in Peace
    -My Days at the Columbian Hotel
    -How the Indians Lost their Land During the Settlement of America
  • Volume 28 Number 5 - September/October 2009
    -My First MoSGA Conference Experience
    -William P. Bailiey Obituary and Will (1909)
    -Mt. Pisgah Cemetery Then & Now
    -Cleaning Up Monuments to History
    -Mrs. P.W. Royall Dead (1891)
    -Long-Lived Clatterbuck Family of Callaway County, Missouri
  • Volume 28 Number 6 - November/December 2009
    -New Boone Conty Historical Society Online Archives Available Now
    -Faces in the Photos
    -Cousins
    -Writing My Own Genealogy Progress Report
    -Indexes, Volume 28 (2009)
  • Volume 29 Number 1 - January/February 2010
    -Berry Family Tombstone
    -Annie Fisher--Columbia's Most Famous Cateress
    -John Mallory and Malinda Jane Stewart Dollens, Family of Audrain County, Missouri
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Howard Williams
    -Stories Behind the Stone: William Scribee
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Joella Crosswhite
    -John T. Buckner's 80th Birthday (1909)
    -Harrison Family of Callaway County, Missouri
  • Volume 29 Number 2 - March/April 2010
    -May They Finally Rest in Peace
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Bart Akers
    -Colonel Allen Peyton Richardson
    -More Harrison Family Obituaries
    -2010 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    -2010 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 29 Number 3 - May/June 2010
    -Coming Full Circle
    -William Henry French Family of Audrain County, Missouri
    -Alfred Brown Woods Obituary (1905)
    -Stories Behind the Stone: John C. O'Keefe, Jr.
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree"
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Sarah Dorothy Mayo
  • Volume 29 Number 4 - July/August 2010
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree", Lesson 2
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Sanford Estes
    -Old Times in the Kingdom
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Sarah Ann Trenholme
    -Shock Family Reunion at Rocky Fork, Boone County, Missouri (1930)
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Clarence Benjamin Mason
    -Revoluntionary War Soldiers Buried in Boone County, Missouri
  • Volume 29 Number 5 - September/October 2010
    -German (Genealogical) Army Invades Capitol City, August 13-14, 2010
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree", Lesson 3
    -How in the World did they even Survive?
    -Anna Heuermann Hamilton
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Herbert Clarence Williams
    -Herbert Williams is Buried with High Honors (1921)
  • Volume 29 Number 6 - November/December 2010
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree", Lesson 4
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Mary Nell Heddesheimer
    -Samuel Teeter's Revolutionary War Pension Application
    -Indexes, Volume 29
    -MoSGA Awards 21st Century Fund Grant
  • Volume 30 Number 1 - January/February 2011
    -Potts Family Cemetery
    -Boone County Brothers in the Civil War
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree" Lesson Number Five
    -Ireland...Here and There: A Synopsis
    -The Centralia Massacre, As Remembered by Dr. J.T. Robinson (1897)
    -Black Sheep: Clement Laird Vallandigham
  • Volume 30 Number 2 - March/April 2011
    -Edward heuerman Murders Ruby Burton
    -Estes Family Cemetery
    -2011 GSCM Member Directory
    -2011 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 30 Number 3 - May/June 2011
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree" Lesson Number Six
    -Missouri Centennial Farms
    -Stories Behind the Stones: Rollins Mills Hockaday
    -John Faris (1770-1851)
    -Some Civil War Records of Wade Netherland Chick
  • Volume 30 Number 4 - July/August 2011
    -Stories Behind the Stones: Irma (Craig) Schnieders
    -Lessons Learned "Under the Apple Tree" Lessons Number Seven
    -Stories Behind the Stones: William D. Nichols
    -Ira P. Nash's Last Will and Testament
    -Stories Behind the Stones: Samuel Jackson Berry
  • Volume 30 Number 5 - September/October 2011
    -Died Elsewhere, Left Genealogical Clues
    -Genealogy on the Internet
    -Civil War Soldier-William Henry Harrison Potter
    -F.M. Davidson Obituary Offers Clues and Raises Other Questions about the Deceased
    -A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Roy Elmer Walther
    -Genealogy Conferences
    -Stories Behind the Stones: George W. Doyle
  • Volume 30 Number 6 - November/December 2011
    -School Souvenir from Years Ago: Fort Henry School, Randolph County, Missouri
    -A Trip to Midwest Genealogy Center
    -Eight Young Ladies Near Being Drowned (1879)
    -Adoption Triad Connection of Mid-Missouri Presents October 4th Program
    -Stories Behind the Stones: William Joseph Hetzler
    -A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Hermal and Martha Dowell
    -Stories Behind the Stones: Bettie (Montgomery) Sexton
    -Stories Behind the Stones: Gertrude A. Gentry
    -Indexes, Volume 30 (2011)
  • Volume 31 Number 1 - January/February 2012
    -Lee/Wilson/Nichols/O'Neal Family Bible
    -A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Henrietta and Walter McMillan
    -Walter Grove Academy
    -Journal of John Chapman Herndon
    -Charles L. Robinson (1818-1894)
  • Volume 31 Number 2 - March/April 2012
    -Missouri State Archives Seeks 1940 Census Volunteers
    -A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Emma Ulrich Lemmel
    -Marius Manning Kimmel: Another Kimmel from the History Books
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Timeline of Events
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-William Bullard
    -Early Ministers of Columbia
    -2012 GSCM Member Directory
    -2012 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 31 Number 3 - May/June 2012
    -Genealogists Flock to 2011 MoSGA Conference
    -Peter and Katherine Emrich Dick: A Moniteau County Family
    -James Rollins Phillips (1847-1917)
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-Ephraim Ball Allison
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-John A. Clay
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-Deputy Warden R. E. See
    -Whig Meeting in Boone County, Missouri (1856)
    -Who is Your Cousin?
  • Volume 31 Number 4 - July/August 2012
    -We Did Time in the Missouri State Penitentiary
    -"Genea in a Bottle" Night
    -Thomas C. Barnes Family Bible with Data on the John Davenport Family
    -Dudley's Defeat and William N. George
    -GSCM Pioneer Certificates (Additions and Corrections)
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-James Woods
  • Volume 31 Number 5 - September/October 2012
    -GSCM Pioneer Certificate Correction for Jesse Copher
    -GSCM Members Tour Bothwell Lodge
    -James Patterson and the Maryland Monster: How We Caused the Mason-Dixon Survey Line
    Stories Behind the Stones: Andrew Jackson Detweiler
    Did Abraham Lincoln Visit Columbia, Missouri?
    Genealogical Research Standards
    A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Betty Lou Dunlap
    Missouri State Pentitentiary-Lest We Forget-Eli Jenkins
  • Volume 31 Number 6 - November/December 2012
    -GSCM Members Tour National Churchill Museum
    -Honoring Patriot Robert Lemon
    -The Kentucky Bass Family of Central Missouri
    -Cemeteries of Cole County Missouri
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-James Hart
    -Author and Subject Index, Volume 30 (2012)
    -All Name Index, Volume 30 (2012)
  • Volume 32 Number 1 - January/February 2013
    -The War of 1812
    -Timeline of the War of 1812
    -J.M. Shively: Explorer, Author, Pioneer Guide
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget- Harold V. Atkinson
    -The Execution of William Salle Cave
  • Volume 32 Number 2 - March/April 2013
    - Ashland, Boone County, Missouri, Turns 160 Years Old!
    -The Irish Potato Famine
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-Walter Wayne farrow
    -2013 GSCM Member Directory
    -2013 Genealogical Societies and Organizations Exchange List
  • Volume 32 Number 3 - May/June 2013
    -Members Share a Fantastic Day!
    -Four Generations at Prather Reunion (1917)
    -Adding to Your Family Tree Using DNA
    -Obituaries of Original Settlers of the Boon's Lick Country
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-Thomas Glenn Jackson
    -Stories Behind the Stone-Mamie Payne (Bentley) Campbell
    -Why Deeds are Important to Genealogical Research!
    -Marriages and Deaths Seventy-Five Years Ago (1899), Part 2
  • Volume 32 Number 4 - July/August 2013
    -Landing at the 2012 MoSGA Conference
    -Marriages and Deaths Seventy-Five Years Ago (1889), Part 3
    -So Many Heirlooms and Photos, So Little Information
    -Census Records: Take a Second Look
    -Laws of the Land
    -Missouri State Penitentiary-Lest We Forget-Rodney Charles Welch
    -Binders, Boxes or Bins
    -Researching Your Civil War Ancestry: Have You Searched the Wide Variety of Resources Available to You?
  • Volume 32 Number 5 - September/October 2013
    -GSCM Members Share Experiences from the Federation of Genealogical Society's Conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana
    -Research Using Kentucky Tax Records
    -Silver Family of Rockyfork Township, Boone County, Missouri
    -Grover Sims Files Suit for Divorce (1918)
    -Stories Behind the Stone: Nora Webb
    -Marriages and Deaths Seventy-Five Years Ago (1899), Part 4
    -Fulton Man Owns Old Time Heirloom (1913)
  • Volume 32 Number 6 - November/December 2013
    -The Columbia Branch Railroad Presentation
    -Conductor L. E. Hill of the Wabash Branch (1913)
    -Local Brevities from the Columbia Missouri Statesman (1876)
    -Country Schools of Boone County, Missouri
    -Mule Auctions Results (1918)
    -Marriages and Deaths Seventy-Five Years Ago (1899), Part 5
    -Death of Former Boonvillian Colonel Luther C. Challis (1894)
  • Volume 33 Number 1 - January/February 2014
    -Meet the GSCM Board
    -Circles: Dr. Thomas H. Keene and His Tombstone
    -Maccabees Unveil Service Flag Containing Seven Stars-Install Officers
    -The Columbia Cemetery (1895)
    -Boone County Death Certificates-January and February 1930
  • Volume 33 Number 2 - March/April 2014
    -Descendants of Henry Shock Our Immigrant Ancestor
    -Virginia Colonial Abstract Excerpt: David Fox Estate
    -Stories Behind the Stones: Thomas Littleton Beazley
    -Boone County Death Certificates-March 1930 (partial)
    -2014 GSCM Membership List and Directory
    -Hack Line Between Ashland and Columbia
    -2014 Genealogical Societies and Organization Exchange List
  • Volume 33 Number 3 - May/June 2014
    -GSCM March 2014 Family Heirloom & Photo Night
    -Celebrated Their Wooden Wedding
    -32nd Annual MoSGA Conference: Methods, Mayhem, Music (and Mules)
    -"Blind Boone", Pianist to Retire at Old Age
    -Death of Milton Wood (1894)
    -Boone County Death Certificates-March and April 1930
  • Volume 33 Number 4 - July/August 2014
    -Evening on the Veranda 2014
    -Boone County Death Certificates-May 1930
    -Rosina Elizabeth Reed (1885-1893)
    -Boone County News from the Past (1898)
    -Two Old Books (1913)
    -We Are Seventy Years Old (1913)
    -Boone County Rural Schools' Graduates, Class of 1914
    -Zarelda Jackson Celebrates 83rd Birthday (1913)
  • Volume 33 Number 5 - September/October 2014
    -Thank You to GSCM Members
    -A Review of Family Tree Curriculum Prepared and Presented by Leland Moon
    -Boone County Death Certificates-June 1930
    -Marriages and Deaths 75 Years Ago (1899), Part 6
    -Exemptions from the Draft (1864)
    -The Earliest Marriages in Boone County, Missouri (1902)

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    Genealogical Society of Central Missouri
    P.O. Box 26
    Columbia, MO 65205-0026

Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

If the publication portion of your order (exclusive of the transportation charges) totals $60.00 or more, then you may deduct 10% of the publication portion of your order.

As of March 2001, GSCM has approved a new policy which limits the amount charged for shipping and handling on orders of books and past Reporters. There will now be a $15.00 limit on shipping and handling for book orders and a $10.00 limit for Reporter orders.

Genealogical Society of Central Missouri
P.O. Box 26
Columbia, MO 65205

Wilson-Wulff Genealogical and History Library
Walters-Boone County Historical Society and Visitors Center
3801 Ponderosa Drive
Columbia, MO 65201

These pages were last updated January 2014