Pettis County, Missouri



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Submitted & © by Debbie Ring
Site
Of The First
Court House Of
Pettis County
1836



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Submitted & © by Debbie Ring
Founded in 1836 by General
George David Thompson;
named for Georgetown,
Kentucky, his home town.
This brick court house was built by General George R. Smith in 1836.
Was designated by Missouri legislature
as county seat of Pettis County
in 1837. Remained the permanent
county seat from 1837 until 1862.
U.S. Senator George Graham Vest and
John T. Heard practiced law here.



Hi, I am Kim Hendrix and would like to welcome to the Pettis County, Missouri Cemeteries Project. If you would like to contribute headstone photos, obituaries or would like to transcribe and take pictures of the headstones in any cemetery in Pettis County, please email me.

If you know of a cemetery in Pettis County, please email me.
   

 

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