County Tax Lists

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Early Missouri tax lists Missouri counties than can be used as census substitutes. These will be added to the Census Records and Tax Lists database.

How to Index the Records

-The indexing conventions are located at the bottom of every page in the transcription view.

-Column headings are often only available on the first page and vary county by county and year to year. You can review the first page to familiarize yourself with the columns. Only the name and location information will be indexed.

Questions

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Boone County, 1834

Boone County, 1834

Collaboration is restricted.

51 pages: 0% complete (0% transcribed)
Callaway County, 1829

Callaway County, 1829

28 pages: 14% complete (100% transcribed, 86% needs review)
Callaway County, 1830

Callaway County, 1830

28 pages: 10% complete (100% transcribed, 89% needs review)
Callaway County, 1832

Callaway County, 1832

Collaboration is restricted.

15 pages: 0% complete (13% transcribed, 13% needs review)
Chariton County, 1829

Chariton County, 1829

Collaboration is restricted.

77 pages: 0% complete (57% transcribed, 57% needs review)
Cooper County, 1827

Cooper County, 1827

42 pages: 14% complete (100% transcribed, 86% needs review)
Cooper County, 1828

Cooper County, 1828

Collaboration is restricted.

29 pages: 17% complete (17% transcribed)
Howard County, 1826

Howard County, 1826

93 pages: 15% complete (100% transcribed, 85% needs review)
Howard County, 1827

Howard County, 1827

Collaboration is restricted.

34 pages: 2% complete (12% transcribed, 9% needs review)
Marion County, 1833

Marion County, 1833

Collaboration is restricted.

13 pages: 0% complete (8% transcribed, 8% needs review)
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