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Howell County is a county located in South Central Missouri in the United States. The largest city and county seat is West Plains. The county was officially organized on March 2, 1851, and is named after Josiah Howell, a pioneer settler in the Howell Valley.
Cemeteries of Howell County, Missouri are located across the county. Listed here are cemetery records that have been published online.
A small, wooden courthouse was built on the square in West Plains in 1859. It was damaged during the Civil War in 1862. The county was reorganized three years later, but all of the county records were destroyed in an 1866 fire. A second courthouse was built in West Plains in 1869.
According to the 2000 U.S. Census, Howell County has a total area of 928.33 square miles (2,404.4 km2), of which 927.74 square miles (2,402.8 km2) (or 99.94%) is land and 0.59 square miles (1.5 km2) (or 0.06%) is water.
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