African Americans in Missouri
Marriage, Census and Cemetery Data

MO Runaway Slaves
Bates Co 1880 Census
Saline Co 1880 Census
Plattsburg, MO
Cass County
Jackson County Black Households 1880
Callaway & Morgan CO Black Marriages
Cooper County Black Marriages 1865-1866 (Wilson, Smith & McClanahan surnames)
Benton County 1880 Census
Wilson & Henderson Deaths
McClanahan Deaths
Cape Girardeau Colored Marriages
Slave Compensation Cases
Contraband Negroes 1862
60th Regiment U.S.C.T. Infantry
Free Blacks from 1840 St. Louis
Boone County Black Households 1905
Cooper County Black Cemeteries and Slave Burials. by Mrs. Helen Mitzel
Washington County Black Marriages
Franklin County Black Marriages
Morgan County Black Marriages Book 1 
Morgan County Black Marriages Book  2
Morgan County Black Marriages Book 3
Morgan County Black Marriages Books 4-6
Henry County Black Cemeteries: Antioch Cemetery, Clinton's African American Cemetery and Sardis South Cemetery aka Black Sardis Cemetery.
Washington County Black Cemetery (Potosi) -- Now called Trinity Cemetery -- about 140 burials.
James Jennings - Jennings, Missouri (listing of slaves and ancestry)
1860 Slave Census of Jennings Owners
Slaves Bequeathed to Ann B. Montague Jennings as of October 27, 1855
James Monroe Saunders - A Black family in the Bucklin Townshop of Chariton County,  Missouri
Alpha Wolfcale Taylor Shop -- Black Taylor in Bucklin Township of Chariton County,  Missouri
North Cemetery (Black) in Livingston County, Missouri
George Jackson of Crawford County, Missouri
Mount Nebo Cumberland Presbyterian Roll Records for 1849
Cooper County Black Marriages 1865-1866; Transcribed By Art Schneider.
Howard County Black Marriages 1865-1879; Transcribed By Art Schneider. 
New Salem Baptist Church Membership list: Boone County, MO
Will of Jacob Chism March Term 1858; Will Book #1
Public Sale Bill for Slaves of Mary Walker January 1858 (Cooper County, MO)

Most of the data below has been submitted by other researchers and myself. It has been transcribed from a variety of sources -- which will be noted on each page.
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