Iron County Historical Society
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Finally, credit for the vast majority of the content on this page goes to Marcine Lohman.  Marcine was the long-serving webmaster for both the now defunct Iron County Genealogy Society and the Iron County Historical Society.  Without her valuable insight and assistance our new website would not have become a reality,  Thank you, Marcine!
 
 

 
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An overview United States Military Records as presented in the Family Search Wiki.
Last Updated: 16 October 2021
This article, published in The Forge (Ironton, Missouri) newspaper, Vol. I, #3, on 19 October 1865THE FORGE, V1 #3, recounts the Battle that took place just over a year earlier in September 1864. It is a full page article. Our thanks to Tom Caulley for the scan and sharing the article
Last Updated: 14 December 2021
Information on the Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site
Last Updated: 16 October 2021
The archives holds many military records of Missourians who served in domestic and foreign wars between 1812 and World War I. These records primarily consist of individual service cards. In some cases other information is available, such as payrolls, muster and descriptive rolls, reports, orders, and reparation claims.
Last Updated: 9 November 2021