Welcome To the Vernon County, Missouri
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Vernon County's Location

Vernon County is located in the center of the western border of Missouri. In 2010, the county's population was 21,159. Its county seat is Nevada, MO. Vernon county was organized on February 27, 1855, considerably later than counties in the eastern part of Missouri.

Vernon County was named for Colonel Miles Vernon (1786–1867), a state senator and veteran of the Battle of New Orleans. The county was part of the large historic territory of the Osage Nation of Native Americans.


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Tri-County Genealogical Society
(Vernon - Cedar - St. Clair Counties)

The Vernon County Genealogical Society first organized in 1982. Several years later the organization expanded its membership and geographic area to also include Cedar and St. Clair Counties, and the name was changed to Tri-County Genealogical Society (Vernon-Cedar-St. Clair). The Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

The Society promotes genealogy research and is active in several projects.

The Tri-County Genealogical Society meets on the second Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. with a business meeting followed by a program pertaining to some aspect of genealogy or history.

Meetings are alternately held at:

Visitors are welcome to attend all meetings, and membership in the Society is open to anyone interested in family or historical research.


Larry Flesher, Temporary Coordinator

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Last updated 23 Jun 2018