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More Ozarks History is the only book by Wayne Glenn still available for sale.  

This book contains 36 short chapters on diverse things, all having to do with Ozarks history. Purchase at Nixa Hardware, the Stone County Museum in Crane, or the White River Valley Historical Society in Forsyth. 

Christian County was formed on March 8, 1859 from parts of GreeneTaney and Webster Counties. The county seat is Ozark.

Christian County is located in Southwest Missouri in the Ozark Mountains. Other neighboring Counties include DouglasLawrence, and Stone.

 

Welcome to the Christian County, Missouri, genealogy site. Please read the instructions below for navigating this site.

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

Everything available on this site is accessible through the links in the main menu above with the exception of the Historical Schools menu in the lower section of this page. All the other links at the bottom are off-site.  The Quick Links in the right column will get you to areas believed to be the most accessed without having to view another page first.  The Obituary and Cemetery pages will also be accessed frequently, but you can get to them directly by clicking on the links in the main menu. 

SEARCHING:

Use the search box at the top of this page and in the right sidebar of other pages. Because cemetery listings have not yet been entered, they will not be returned in search results. Click on the Cemetery tab in the menu to get updated information about when it becomes available. 

E-MAIL LIST:

Also be sure to subscribe to our mailing list, the best way to keep up-to-date on the latest Christian County research. Click here for information about subscribing. Thanks to Jim Cochran for maintaining the list. 

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Christian County MOGenWeb does not have a Facebook page, but Wayne Glenn does. He posts a lot of great information and photos regularly.