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Christian County is a county located in Southwest Missouri. Its county seat is Ozark. The county was organized in 1859 and is named after William Christian, a Kentucky soldier of the American Revolutionary War.
Cemeteries of Christian County, Missouri are located across the county. Listed here are cemetery records that have been published online.
In March 8, 1859, Christian County became the 113th of Missouri's 114 counties. It was carved from portions of Greene, Taney and Webster Counties, the latter two having earlier taken their territories also from Greene County.
Mrs. Neaves, a landowner hesitant to lose her citizenship of Greene County in order to join the proposed county, agreed to do so if it were named for her former Kentucky residence, Christian County.
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