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Macon County
History & Genealogy

Macon County was organized from Randolph and Chariton counties. The county seat is Macon and was named after Nathaniel Macon. The area, organized at the session of the General Assembly was held in the city of Jefferson in the winters of 1836-1837. Selecting and locating the county seat (in Owenby Settlement - Bloomington) were commissioners Joseph Baker and Henry Lasiler. Two room of small log house contained the courts and an area to keep their records. A brick court house was eventually built. Rapid growth from the Hannibal and St. Joseph, the Northwest railroads, and the influence of the great rebellion necessitated a shift in the county seat from Bloomington to Macon City. At the time, Macon had a population of 3,000 and they soon built a court house and jail.

The first settler within the present boundaries of the county was James Loe. He came from Wayne County, Kentucky in 1820 to Howard County, Missouri living there until 1827. He then moved south of Callao.

Agriculture has always had an important role in county history. The late Captain William Smith of Clark County, Kentucky came to Missouri with other Kentuckians in 1839. This group claimed their land just south of present day Macon. Captain Smith then returned to Kentucky for some blue grass seed and on a subsequent trip brought a herd of Shorthorn cattle and Cotswold sheep, the first in northeast Missouri.

Woodville is the oldest town in Macon County: it was laid out in 1833 and was first called Centerville. There was a name change to Woodville in 1850.

William H. Rowland and his brother, Frederick Rowland entered the first land in Middle Fork township in 1828. They were originally from North Carolina and came to Randolph county in 1822. Middle Fork township is in the southeast corner of Macon county and gets it wat from the Middle Fork of Salt River.

In early day Woodville, mail was received weekly and was carried from Macon to Paris in Monroe County and stopping at the small post offices along the way. In 1836, William R. Graves received a letter from Kentucky and he had to pay twenty five cents to retrieve it from the post office.

Nathan Walker, a Virginia native, came to Middle Fork Township in 1840. He carried the first supplies in and out of the county driving a yoke of oxen hitched to a covered wagon. His route was from Woodville to Hannibal carrying farm products.

In 1833 a grist mill, Stinking Creek, was built in Morrow Township by William Morrow, the third settler of the county. The first mill in the county (after the county was chartered) was established by Judge James C. Cochran at Bloomington in 1837. Howell Rose established the first water mill in the county.

While digging a well Alex Rector discovered coal in Macon county in 1860. Thomas Wardell began the coal industry in the county in 1861 and maintained the lead in Missouri until 1922.

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Postal Addresses of Macon County
Research Aids
Macon Public Library
Rutherford & Butler
Macon 63552
660-385-3314
La Plata Library
103 E Moore
La Plata 63549
660-332-4945 
Courthouse
 101 E Washington
Macon 63549
 660-385-4631 
 County License Bureau 
408 Walker 
Macon, MO 63552-1577
660-385-3416 
County Recorder's Office 
101 E Washington St
Macon 63552-1579
660-3852732
Macon City Officials 
106 W Bourke St
Macon 63552-1502
660-385-6421
Macon Chronicle 
(Newspaper)
204 W Bourke St
Macon 63552-1599
660-385-3121
Chamber of Commerce
218 N Rollins St
Macon 63552-1524
660-385-2811
       


Books about Macon County

A directory of towns, villages, and hamlets past and present of Macon County, Mo. /compiled by Arthur Paul Moser. Published [S.l. : s.n.], 1981.

Bible records. 1984/1985  Compiled by members of the Illinois Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Includes indexes for: Historical sketch of Macon County, Missouri / St. Louis, Mo. : The Survey, 1941

Composite index of the 1840 & 1850 United States censuses of Macon County, Missouri / Gerald M. Petty, compiler. 1969.

Couch, May Bartee. Helton Cemetery, Macon County, Missouri :in Drake Township [Marceline, Mo. : The compiler, 1992

Couch, May Bartee. Some cemeteries in Macon County, Missouri : Union Chapel, Cash, High Hill, Humphrey-PhippCos, Wilson, Golden  [Marceline, Mo. : The compiler], 19uu

The early settlement of Macon County, and the lives of the pioneers. Macon, Mo:  Democrat Job Print. House, 1871.

Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, 1923- Macon County, Missouri: will records, 1838-1880,
History of New Harmony Church and Cemetery, 1860-1980, Macon County, Missouri / compiler, Lola Easley Evans.

Ellsberry, Elizabeth (Prather), 1923- Cemetery records of Macon County vol I-XI; Chillicothe, Mo., 1957-58. 2 v. 29 cm.

Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, 1923- Macon County, Missouri: will records, 1838-1880, [Chillicothe? Mo., 1959?]

Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, 1923- Macon County, Missouri: will records, 1838-1880,

Gart, Jeanne Brooks. The families of Joseph and Charlotte (Shelton) Ayers, Knox County, Tennessee and Macon County, Missouri : including Ralph Shelton, Middlesex County, Virginia and Reuben M. Dunnington

General history of Macon County, Missouri. Chicago, H. Taylor & company, 1910. xvi, 945 p. plates, ports. 28 cm.

H.M. Goodding Funeral Home records :April 24, 1912 to August 5, 1919, Atlanta, Macon County, Missouri: Anne Helm Chapter, DAR. 1990.

Hand-book of Macon County, Missouri, the blue grass region of north Missouri. Steam Printing House, 1888

Harrison & Warner. Illustrated historical atlas of Macon County, Missouri, in connection with a general atlas of the United States and the tate of Missouri.Philadelphia, 1875.

High, Jessye Ann, 1913-1850 U.S. population census for Macon County, Missouri : abstract
History of Macon County, Missouri / written and compiled by members of the Macon County Historical Society

History of Macon County, Missouri PUBLISHER/YR Macon County Historical Society, 1987

History of Randolph and Macon counties, Missouri / St. Louis : National historical company, 1884. xiii, 1223 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

Kiefer, Max. Macon County Courthouse, Macon, Missouri: [Atlanta, Ga.?] : [Springfield, Va: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service,  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health ; National Technical Information Service, distributor, 1998.

Lester, Donna Llewellyn Macon County, Missouri Pictorial

Lester, Donna Llewellyn. Our black diamond heritage : a pictorial history of the coal mining areas of Macon County, Missouri

Macon chronicle-herald. Centennial number, 1837-1937 Macon, Mo., Author, 1937.

Mears, Phyllis E. Macon County, Missouri : marriages and deaths, 1874-1888

Mears, Phyllis E. Macon County Missouri obituaries, 1904-1920

Mears, Phyllis E. Macon County, Missouri obituaries, 1889-1903

Mears, Phyllis E. Macon County Missouri obituaries, 1904-1920

Mears, Phyllis E. Macon County Missouri obituaries, 1921-1933

Mull Map Service. Macon County Missouri 1990 plat book. Mull Map Service, [c1990]

Rice, Cecy. Old Settlers reunion of Randolph and Macon Counties / Moberly, Mo

Plat book of Macon County, Missouri. Rockford, Ill. : W.W. Hixson & Co., [194-?]

Rockford Map Publishers. Atlas & plat book, Macon County, Missouri, 1977 sponsored by Macon County Court, Macon, Missouri

Ruger, A. Bird's eye view of Macon City, Macon County, Missouri 1869

Spearman, Cynthia Beltramo.  Bevier, Missouri cemeteries (Macon County) St. Peter, MO :  C.B. Spearman, 1997

Stanton, Sandra Swanker. Macon County, Missouri register of deaths, 1883-1893 /  Carlsbad, CA (7327 Bolero, Carlsbad, CA, 92009, 1989.

Wilham, Kathleen. Macon County, Missouri marriages, book A, 1837-1854, book B, 1854-July 1856.

Wilham, Kathleen.Original Land Purchasers: 1875 Atlas

Wilham, Kathleen. Macon County, Missouri marriages, book A, 1837-1854, book B, 1854-July 1856

Wilham, Kathleen. Maps: 1897 Atlas Maps: 1918 Atlas Maps: Marriages 1837-1856:

Wilham, Kathleen. St Mary's Catholic Cemetery

Macon County Microfilm in the Missouri State Archives

Recorder of Deeds
Deeds, 1837-1928. 1995; Index to Deeds, 1837-1892; Marriages, 1837-1951; Marriage Licenses Issued, 1910-1923; Soldier Discharges, 1919-1984; 
 Plats; 1854-1990
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas and Chancery Court
Common Pleas Index, 1847-1873
Clerk of the County Court
Birth Affidavits Index, 1870-1891, 1942-1949; Register of Births, 1883-1893; Register of Deaths, 1883-1893;
County Poor Farm, 1915-1939
Justice of the Peace
Docket, 1931-1942
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Circuit Court Index to Judgments, 1856-1990; Circuit Court Records, 1837-1893; Naturalization Records, 1885-1954
Clerk of the Probate Court
Abstract of Demands, 1914-1975; Bonds, 1855-1955; Decedents, 1904-1913; Fees, 1870-1985; Inheritance Tax, 1847-1870, 1928-1969; Inventories, Appraisements, and Sale Bills, 1849-1966; Notices, 1877-1957; Letters, 1838-1974; Minutes, 1847-1943; Docket, 1859-1955; Probate Estate Files and Index, (no dates); Probate Records and Index, 1852-1975; Settlements, 1836-1974; Wills, 1838-1975
County Superintendent of Schools
School Records, 1883-1928; Teacher's Institute, 1901-1905; Visitation Records, 1911-1924, 1939-1959

Macon County Newspapers
at the
State Historical Society of Missouri
City & Title
Frequency
Date Span
ATLANTA
Express
Weekly
Oct 10, 1913-Nov 17, 1916; Jan 5, 1917- Mar 30, 1933;July3, 1958; Mar 7, 1968-Apr17,1969
News
Weekly
Jan 2,1903-May31, 1907
Radio
Unknown
Jan 15-Mar 12, 1925
BEVIER
Appeal
Weekly
Oct 31, 1890; July 26, 1901-Sep 16, 1921
CALLAO
Herald
Weekly
May 30, 1901; Oct 14, 1905; Dec 28, 1906; Sep 24, Oct 4, 1912; Jan 3, 24,31, Feb 21, Mar 21, 1913; Mar 20, May 29, Jun 10, 1914; Jan 8, 1915; May 23, 1918; Apr 2, 23, May 7, 14, 1920; Feb 15, 1924; Aug 28, 1931; Mar 12,1933
Journal
Weekly
Mar 5, Jul 23, Aug 6, Sep 3, 1915; Sep 15, 1916; Nov 21, 1919; Aug 3, 17, 24, Sep 21, 28, Nov 23, 1923; Nov 7, 1925; Jun 3, Jul 1, 29, Aug 19, Sep 16, Oct 14, 1927; Mar 6, 1931; Mar 20, Jul 1, Aug 19, 26, Sep 23, 30, Oct 21, 28, Nov 18, 25, 1932; Jan 20, 27, Mar 3, Apr 7, May 12, Jun 23, 30, Jul 14, 21, 28, 1933; Mar 29, Apr 5, 12, 19, May 3, 10, 17, 24, Jul 20, 27, Aug 17,24, Sep7, Dec 14,28, 1934; Apr 23, Sep 24, Dec 10, 1937; Mar 25, Sep 16, Nov 18, 1938; Apr 21, Jun 23, Jul 14, Oct 20, Nov 3, Dec 1,8, 1939; Jan 26, 1940
COLLEGE MOUND
Church Herald
Weekly
Jan 4-Dec 20, 1918
ELMER
Journal
Weekly
Jan 13-Dec 8, 1922
LA PLATA
Home Press
Weekly
Aug 18, 1876-Dec 29, 1882; Aug 8, 15, Oct 11, 1884; Nov 6, 1885-Jul 22, 1892; Apr 21, 1898-Dec 31, 1907; Jan 7, 1909- Apr 17, 1969; Jun 1, 1983-19__
Home Press and The Atlantic Express
Weekly
Apr 24, 1969-Mar 1, 1979
Macon County Home Press
Weekly
Mar 8, 1979-May 25, 1983
Republican
Weekly
Dec 23, 1904; Jan 3, 1913-Jul 9, 1925
MACON
Argus
Weekly
Jun 19, Jul 3, Aug 8, 1867-Dec 30, 1868; Mar 17-Apr 28, Sep 8, 1869-Feb 23, 1870 
Chronicle
Daily
Chronicle-Herald
Daily
Jan 14, 1914-Present
Citizen
Weekly
Dec 2, 1898-Aug 30, 1901
Democrat
Weekly
Nov 25, 1898-Aug 23, 1901
Gazette
Weekly
Jan 15-Aug 20, 1862; Jan 4, 1863- Aug 11,1864; Apr 13-May 4, 1865
Herald
Daily
Nov 15, 1913-Jan 13, 1916
Journal
Weekly
Nov 7, 1867-Oct 29, 1868
Missouri Granger
Weekly
Mar 3, 1874-Jun 26, 1876
North Missouri Register
Weekly
Oct 3, 1879-Sep 23, 1881
Republican
Unknown
Apr 22, Jun 28, Aug 1, 1871-Feb 20, Apr 17, 1890-Aug 27, 1891; Jan 8-Jun 24, 1892; Jan 6, 1893-Dec 29, 1916; Jan 4, 1918-Apr 19,1929
Times
Weekly
Jan 4, 1889-Dec 26 1896; Aug 2-30, 1901
Times-Democrat
Daily
Jan 17-Dec 7 1916
Times-Democrat
Weekly
Sept 6,1901-Jan 27,1916
NEW CAMBRIA
Leader
Weekly
Mar 28, 1927-Aug 25, 1961
Press
Weekly
Oct 25 1890
*Note: The sporadic date spans of the newspaper do not reflect the paper's publishing run, only the Historical Society's holdings of that particular title.

Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Columbia
Holdings for Macon County

Chariton Ridge Baptist Church, Macon County, Missouri, History, 1965 4 pages (C 3097) History of the church building and the church's members, deacons, and pastors; newspaper clippings regarding the 100th anniversary celebration of the church; and a photograph of the church building.

Coulter, William Selmon, Autobiography (C995, V. 13, #396) n.d. 34 pp., typescript Autobiographical sketch by a Macon, Missouri, farmer and plumber during the years 1852-1933.

Dameron, William Thomas, Letters, 1865 1 folder Two short 1865 letters to his wife in Macon County, Missouri, of William T. Dameron, written while in the military prison at Springfield, Missouri, and the Gratiot Street Prison in St. Louis.Diaries written by a Macon County, Missouri, farmer. These diaries are a comprehensive view of life on a Missouri farm during the late 1800s and include information about Sunday dinners, holiday gatherings, church services, and other religious meetings.

Gross, Mrs. C. Durwood, Cemetery Inscriptions (C995, V. 15, #433) n.d. 6 pp., Microfilm Inscriptions from Milan Chapel Church cemetery, Macon County, Missouri.

Hard, Emma Natalie, Centennial of the Macon Presbyterian Church, 1958 10 pages (C 995.213)

Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Macon County, Missouri, Records, 1854-1903 1 folder (C 3827) Record book of the Hopewell Congregation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Kirksville Presbytery, which includes information on the organization of the church, minutes of meetings, and membership list.

Hughes, Sarah F. Hickman (1857- ), Reminiscence, 1942 (C 1889) 1 folder A short memoir of Sarah Hickman in which she recalls Union soldiers and wartime incidents near her home in Macon County, Missouri.

Leonard, George, Draft Notice, 1864 (C 1864) 1 folder An order for George Leonard, an African-American of Howard County, Missouri, to report for military duty at Macon, Missouri, November 1864.

Little Zion Primitive Baptist Church, Macon County, Missouri, Records, 1836-1974 4 volumes (C 3640) Record books containing lists of members of the church, the constitution, and an abstract of principles. A synopsis of each meeting of the congregation is also included.

Microfilm. A historical sketch of the Macon Presbyterian Church of Macon, Missouri, from 1858-1958. Includes lists of ministers, descriptions of the successive church buildings, records of clubs, attendance records and an obituary of Reverend S. M. Campbell.

Missouri. Infantry, 39th Regiment, Company E, Muster-out Roll, 1865M (C 1503) 1 folder Muster-out roll of a detachment of Company E, 39th Missouri Infantry, twelve months' volunteers, organized at Hannibal, Missouri, and mustered out at Macon, Missouri, 19 July 1865.

Pohlman, George (1887-1953), Collection, 1615-1953 86 folders (C 3476) Collected materials primarily pertaining to Macon and other northern Missouri counties. Included are survey maps, county officials records, school and church records, land entries, estate and legal papers, and miscellaneous materials. Contains brief histories of Macon County churches and tombstone records from Antioch Church and Old Chariton Church cemeteries.

Sanborn, John A., Diaries (C1242) 1899-1908 10 v. Mound City, Missouri, farmer who sold his farm and moved to Corning, Kansas, in 1902. He sold his Kansas farm and moved to Macon, Missouri, in 1903. Diaries include cash accounts and memoranda for the ten-year period 1899-1908.

Shake Rags Cemetery, Macon County, Missouri, Records (C995, V. 16, #455) n.d., Microfilm 3 pp., typescript

Shortridge, George A., Daybook (C1258) 1856 228 pp. Daybook of a general store in Bloomington, Macon County, Missouri.

Thrasher, Benjamin R. (1818- ), Diaries, 1877-1891 1 roll of microfilm (C 3048) Tombstone records compiled by Enterprise 4-H Club.
 
 


Cemeteries of Macon County
Name
Latitude
Longitude
Town
Agee 
395429N 
0923843W 
Elmer
Amish
394709N 
0921915W 
Redman
Antioch
394153N
0923452W
Bevier South
Basler
N
W
Bevier
Bell
395414N 
0924542W 
New Boston
Bell
395842N
0924125W 
Elmer 
Bellview 
394837N
0922931W 
Axtell
Bethel
394804N 
0921931W
Annabel/Redman
Bethlehem
394226N
0922126W
Clarence
Bloomington 
394813N 
0923332W
Bevier North
Brush Creek 
395045N 
0924733W
New Cambria West
Bunce 
395651N 
0924128W
Elmer
Cash
395102N
0923802W
New Cambria
Catholic
N
W
New Cambria
Chapel Hill
394059N
0922724W
Macon
Chariton Grove
395111N
0923809W
Elmer
College Mound
393723N 
0923421W
College Mound
Condon
N
W
Callao
Cox
393814N
0922258W
Macon
Dodson 
394411N
0924346W
Lagonda
Dowell
395051N
0924701W
New Cambria West
East Oakwood 
394521N
0923337W
Bevier North
East Woodlawn 
394333N
0922839W
Macon
Elmer
395725N
0923901W
Elmer
Enon
394935N
0923457W
Bevier
Ethel
395341N
0924416W
Ethel
Ewing 
394542N
0922208W 
Redman 
Freedom 
394701N
0923610W 
Bevier North
Friendship Church
393944N
0922510W
Macon
Gaunt
N
W
Macon
Glasston 
395343N
0924243W
Elmer
Goodson 
395310N
0923737W
Elmer
Graves Chapel
394051N
0922001W
Macon
Hammock
394300N
0924333W
Lagonda/New Cambria South
Hardgrove
395852N
0922735W
Atlanta
Hayner 
395425N
0923356W
Barnesville
Hebron
393702N
0923824W
College Mound
Helton
395908N
0924738W
Elmer
Hertzler 
395644N
0923557W
Barnesville
High Hill
394342N
0925014W
New Cambria South
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
394556N
0922833W 
Axtell
Hockensmith 
395500N
0923423W
Barnesville
Hopewell
395344N
0923315W
Barnesville
Howard 
395013N
0923958W
New Cambria East
Hull
395235N
0923828W
Elmer
Kellogg
394750N
0922614W
Axtell
La Plata
400124N
0922929W
La Plata
Liberty
394810N
0922740W
Axtell
Lingo 
394243N
0924810W
Wien
Lingo Town
N
W
Lingo
Locust Grove 
394547N
0923755W
Callao
Milam Chapel
395111N
0923311W 
Bevier
Mitts
385048N
0921729W
Redman
Mount Olive
395453N
0921809W
Sue City
Mount Salem
393721N
0922909W
Macon
Mount Tabor
395349N
0922558W
Atlanta
Mount Zion
394656N
0923855W
New Cambria East
Mount Zion
394856N
0924751W
New Cambria West
Murry
395915N
0923532W
Barnesville
New Cambria
394631N
0924501W
New Cambria West/New Cambria
New Harmony 
400043N
0922110W
Locust Hill/La Plata
New Salem
393931N
0923415W
Bevier South
Oakwood
394443N
0922835W
Macon
Old Chariton
395039N
0923810W
New Cambria East
Powell
394951N
0922859W
Axtell
Quail Trap
395359N
0923702W
Barnesville
Richards Dale
394527N
0923343W
Bevier North
Rose
394852N
0923855W
New Cambria East
Saint Charles
394528N
0923335W
Bevier North
Saint Mary
394634N
0924544W
New Cambria West
Saint Marys
394324N
0922753W
Macon 
Sheridan Grove
400122N
0923913W 
Gifford
Shiloh
395642N
0922917W 
Atlanta
Shirley Cemetery
395734N
0923822W 
Elmer 
Skinner
394737N
0923538W
Bevier North
Steel
395624N
0923454W 
Barnesville
Still
395454N 
0923642W 
Barnesville
Sue City
395716N
0922214W 
Sue City
Ten Mile
394830N
0922037W
Redman
Tuttle 
394749N
0924904W 
New Cambria West
Union Chapel
395512N
0924928W
Ethel
West Oakwood
394524N 
0923343W
Bevier North
White
395450N 
0924722W
New Boston
Woodlawn
394326N 
0922846W
Macon
Woodville
393713N
0922010W
Macon


Cities and Towns of Macon County
Name of Town
Latitude
Longitude
Point on Map
Date Founded
Anabel
394445N 
0921959W 
Clarence 
Ardmore 
393835N 
0923208W 
Bevier South 
1884
Atlanta 
395355N 
0922851W
Atlanta 
1858
Axtell 
394928N 
0922822W 
Axtell 
Barnesville 
395358N 
0923523W 
Barnesville 
Barryville 
394004N
0923943W 
Lagonda 
Bevier 
394449N 
0923350W 
Bevier South 
1858
Binkley 
393836N 
0923252W 
Bevier South 
Bloomington 
394749N 
0923336W 
Bevier North 
1832
Callao 
394539N 
0923723W 
Bevier North 
1858 

(incorporated 1889)

Cardy 
400006N 
0923543W 
Millard 
Cash 
395102N 
0923802W 
New Cambria East 
Chariton 
393853N 
0923123W 
Bevier South 
College Mound 
393723N 
0923421W 
College Mound 
Cottage 
395900N 
0923453W 
Barnesville 
Cox 
393814N 
0922258W 
Macon 
Economy 
395321N 
0922514W 
Atlanta 
Elmer 
395725N 
0923901W 
Elmer 
Ethel 
395341N
0924416W 
Elmer 
Excello 
393810N 
0922831W 
Macon 
1878
Gifford 
400132N
0924053W 
Gifford 
Goldsberry 
395744N 
0924609W 
New Boston 
Hammack 
394302N 
0924331W 
Lagonda 
Hart 
395011N
0924923W 
New Cambria West 
Heuer 
394230N 
0924827W 
Wien 
Kaseyville 
393728N 
0923947W 
Prairie Hill 
Kellogg 
394746N 
0922632W 
Axtell 
Keota
394227N 
0923435W
Bevier South 
Kern 
394632N 
0924203W
New Cambria East 
La Plata 
400124N 
0922929W 
La Plata
1855
Lingo
394605N
0924913W 
New Cambria West 
1873
Longville (historical) 
394131N
0922005W 
Clarence 
Love Lake
395720N 
0922908W 
Atlanta 
Lyda (historical) 
395001N 
0922733W 
Axtell 
Macon 
394432N 
0922821W 
Macon 
1837
Mercyville 
395818N 
0923835W
Elmer 
Narrows Creek (historical) 
393953N 
0922510W 
Macon 
New Cambria 
394631N 
0924501W 
New Cambria West 
1864
Nickellton 
395536N 
0921826W 
Sue City 
Number Eight 
394354N 
0923340W 
Bevier South 
Plainview 
395538N 
0923302W 
Barnesville 
Redman 
395156N 
0922012W 
Redman 
Robison (historical)
Unknown
Unknown 
New Boston 
Seney 
395051N 
0923453W 
Bevier North 
Snow (historical) 
393659N 
0922456W 
Jacksonville 
Sue City 
395802N 
0922154W 
Sue City 
Ten Mile 
394830N 
0922230W 
Axtell 
Walnut 
395925N 
0924305W 
Elmer 
Woodville 
393713N 
0922010W 
Duncans Bridge
1833

 
Post Offices in Macon County - 1859
Atlanta
Economy
Macon City
New Cambria
Beverly
Excello
Mercyville
Sheridan
Bevier
Johnson
Narrows Creek
Sue City
Bloomington
Kaseyville
New Boston
Ten Mile
Callao
LaPlata
Newburgh
Tullvania
College Mound
   
Woodville
Post Offices in Macon County - 1917
Anabel
College Mound
LaCrosse
Ardmore 
Elmer
La Plata
Atlanta
Ethel
Lovelake
Axtell
Gifford
Macon City
Bevier
Godsberry
New Cambria
Callao
Keota
Nickellton
Places on the National Register of Historic Places
Name, Address, City, Listed date, Multiple, Reference number

 Blees Military Academy U.S. 63 Macon 10/11/1979 79001380 

 Dent, Lester and Norma, House 225 N. Church St. La Plata 05/18/1990 90000763 

 Doneghy, John T. and Mary M., House 301 N. Owensby St. La Plata 03/22/1990 90000488 

 Gilbreath-McLorn House 225 N. Owenby La Plata 11/16/1978 78001667 

 Macon County Courthouse and Annex Courthouse Sq. Macon 12/08/1978 78001668 

 Morrow, Johnson, House Second St. W of jct. with Pine St. Callao 07/07/1994 94000703 

 Wardell House 1 Wardell Rd. Macon 03/12/1986 86000333 

Funeral Homes in Macon County
Name
Address
Telephone Number
Carney-Armstrong
Funeral Chapel
310 Shelby St
Bevier
660-773-6913
Elliott Funeral Home
103 E Main
Atlanta
660-239-4512
Fax 660- 239-4496
Gilleland & McElwain
Funeral Home
220 S Main
New Cambria
660-226- 5312
Hutton & McElwain
Funeral Home
309 N Rubey
Macon
660- 385-5721
Fax: 660- 385-5722
Hutton & McElwain
Funeral Home
Main Street
Bevier
660- 773-5312
Million Taylor Patton Funeral Home
320 S Williams
Huntsville
660-263-0234
Pollock Funeral Home
109 S Gex St 
La Plata
660-277-3208
Travis Funeral Home
125 S Church St
 La Plata
Phone: 660- 332-7145
Fax:660- 332-4800

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