Gasconade County, Missouri, Marriage Records, Books A-C 1821-1873
Gasconade County, Missouri, Marriage Records, Books A-C 1821-1873 - Teresa L. Blattner. Gasconade County was created in 1820 from Franklin County, and originally included all of present-day Gasconade, Crawford, Pulaski, Osage, Maries, and Phelps Counties, along with parts of Dent, Laclede, Miller, and Camden Counties which makes this volume a valuable edition for anyone researching this region. This transcription reflects the early settlement of old-stock Americans, plus the later migration of Germans to the area. Partial transcriptions of early Gasconade County marriage records have appeared in one form or another, but this volume is the first to include books A, B, and C in their entirety. Besides the bride’s and groom’s names, the names of officials and witnesses have been included when so noted in the original record. (1995), 2012, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp.