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Be a Part of the Past!

The Webster County Historical Society (WCHS) is the driving force behind historic preservation in Webster County, Missouri. 

Marshfield’s Carnegie Library, 1971

  • Connect Learn more about the history of Webster County, Missouri.
  • Share Swap your memories of the Ozarks with others from across the country.
  • Give Help further historic preservation efforts by the WCHS.
  • Join Want to become part of the WCHS? Call 417-468-7407.
Recent News
  • The annual Marshfield school tours are scheduled for May. Volunteers are still needed to help direct classes and speak about exhibits. If you’re interested, call 417-468-7407 or send an email to webstercountyhistory@hotmail.
  • On Tuesday, February 24th, the Webster County Historical Society held their monthly meeting in the Pauline Dyche Annex building. Twenty-two members attended the meeting, which featured a program on Webster County banking history. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m.

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Images used courtesy of the WCHS, Randy Clair

and foothillsland.org.

 

4 responses to “Be a Part of the Past!

  1. Bill Boggess, formerly of Carthage,Missouri

    August 15, 2014 at 1:33 pm

    I am in the process of preparing an updated Memorial on Find A Grave for Judge Elijah W Barnes, #10928036 who died in Marshfield in 1900. 8/15/14

     
  2. Glen Hartley

    August 18, 2014 at 1:10 am

    I’m trying to locate a court document of July 31, 1917 of a pension report for Laban Hartley who was living at Seymour at the time. How can I find this, I have an old faded copy that is hard to read and I would like to see a clear copy. Glen Hartley

     
  3. kaye lotman

    September 15, 2014 at 2:02 am

    My maiden name was Delzell and my ancestors were some of the settlers of Webster County; specifically White Oak and Henderson. My grandparents were Fred and Magnolia Delzell and my grandfathers brother was Dr. Delzell, who was one of the founders of Henderson Academy. I have donated several items to the museum, but have never been there. I am planning a trip to the area in the near future and would like to visit the museum. Is it open 7 days a week?

     
  4. Jeaneen Sons

    December 24, 2014 at 1:35 am

    I am trying to find a probated will of Henry Ragsdale died 18 July 1874. Thank you, Jeaneen Sons 1502 Hillcrest Road, Bedford, IN 47421

     

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