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Missouri Genealogy & History
Missouri became a state on Aug. 10, 1821. It had been part of a larger territory and parts of it were still known as Missouri Country until 1854
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| Naturalization Records consist of Declarations of Intent, Certificates of Arrival, Petition for Naturalization and a Certificate of Citizenship . Find Missouri ancestors in FREE transcribed Declarations of Intent, First Papers, Alien Registrations, Passport Applications, Naturalization Petitions and Citizenship Certificates on NaturalizationRecords.com
| Coffin plates are decorative adornments attached to a coffin or on display at a funeral. Coffin plates (also called casket plaques) contain genealogical information such as the name and death date of the deceased person. Sometimes they contain a birth year or an age. AncestorsAtRest.com has the largest collection of FREE coffin plate records online with almost 500 coffin plates in this growing genealogy collection.
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