Collage of Cape County

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March 2015

George Washington Corbin in the Civil War

1862 Cape Girardeau and Perry Counties Income Tax Assessment List, Part I

June 2015

Cape Girardeau’s Lost Civil War Fort

Shrum Family Information from Old Wallet

1862 Cape Girardeau and Perry Counties Income Tax Assessment List, Part II

Runaway Slave Handbill (Goens Family)

Clarification of a Given Name – Talitha Cumy English

Patricia (Shively) Elmore Memorial

Queries

September 2015

Dr. Patrick Gilroy: Cape Girardeau Physician and Post Surgeon

On the Shelf

Library Report

Query

December 2015

What Can You Find in a Petition to Partition File? Charles Wall (Part I)

Signers of 1806 Memorial Who Were Living in the Cape Girardeau District

Queries

March 2016

The Engelmanns

What can you find in a Petition to Partition File? Charles Wall (Part II)

Mary Lee Rasmussen

Signers of 1810 Petition who were living in the Cape Girardeau District

On the Shelf

June 2016

Lambert (John Henry) Bolk Family

Unrecorded Deed, Moses and Sally Gray to Nancy Randol

Philip and Frances (Daugherty) Cooter Bible

Deeds for Wills Family as Granters:  Deed Books Q-Z, 1850-1867

September 2016

Letters Relating to the John Pierce & Ruth (Steelman) Pierce Family

Vangilder Bible

Bollinger County Delinquent Tax List, 1866

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames A-B

December 2016

Political View Lists for Cape Girardeau County – Civil War Era

Excerpts from the Probate File of Daniel Davis

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames C-D

March 2017

The Camp Fremont Register - September 25, 1861 (Part I.)

Query

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames E-H (part).

June 2017

Cape Girardeau Physician and Post Surgeon – Dr. Patrick Gilroy (Part II)

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames S (part) – U (part)

September 2017

A New Orleans Doctor with Jeff Thompson – Dr. John S. Gaulden Gilroy.

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames U (part) – Z

December 2017

Stroder Bible Records

Missouri War of 1812 Organization and Officers.

Find-a-Grave Will Change

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames M (part)- P (part)

MARCH 2018

Cape Girardeau Physician and Post Surgeon – Dr. Patrick Gilroy

On the Shelf

Query

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames P (part)- S (part)

JUNE 2018

Cape Girardeau Physician and Post Surgeon – Dr. Patrick Gilroy (Part II

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames S (part) – U (part)

SEPTEMBER 2018

A New Orleans Doctor with Jeff Thompson – Dr. John S. Gaulden Gilroy.

Civil War Draft Registration for Cape Girardeau County, Surnames U (part) – Z

DECEMBER 2018

The Morgan Family: An Autobiography by Thomas Washington Morgan

On The Shelf

Graduation Programs - Central High School (1928) and SEMO Colleage (1933)

Turn of the Century Poem About Cape Girardeau -1900

March 2019

A History of the Baptists in Missouri - Chapter on Cape Girardeau Association

Locating and Using Missouri Tax Lists – With Emphasis on Cape Girardeau County

June 2019

Excerpts from Telling of the Days of My Years by Adolf Heinrich Philipps

Selected Documents from the Widow’s Pension File of Harriet Ivers, wife of James

September 2019

Wiggins and Weaver’s Ohio River Directory Cape Girardeau – 1871-72

Sheriffs of Cape Girardeau County, 1805-2019

Epidemics in U. S. History

 

 December 2019

Four Decades of Researching the Brooks Family by Kevin Kelly

On the Shelf

A Ruckus at the Oak Ridge Church in 1872

Dr. Erasmus Ellis is Accused of Stealing a Slave (1809).

 


WHO WE ARE

The Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society was organized in May 1970, a non-profit organization, its primary purpose is education in the field of genealogy. Membership is open to individuals upon payment of the annual dues of $10, or a couple for $15, per year, beginning in May. Life membership is available for a one-time payment of $250.

CGCGS publishes a quarterly "The Collage of Cape County" in March, June, September, and December, sent free to members. All members are encouraged to submit articles for publication.

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Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society
PO Box 571, Jackson, MO 63755
capegenealogy@gmail.com
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The CGCGS Library is located in the Research Room at the Cape Girardeau County Archive Center, 112 East Washington, Jackson, MO and is open during regular Archive Center hours.

Our meetings are held at the Cape Girardeau County Archive Center, 112 East Washington in Jackson MO, by-monthly in January, March, May, July, September, and November on the fourth Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., unless announced otherwise. All are welcome!


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