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Genealogy Records
Available Records
New Madrid County has records of genealogical interest available to the public in the following county offices. Please call ahead to confirm hours, mailing addresses, fees, and other specifics before visiting or requesting information.

Recorder of Deeds
450 Main St.
New Madrid, MO 63869
Ph: 573-748-5146 
  • Indexes to Deeds
  • Deed Records
  • Indexes to Marriage Records
  • Marriage Records

Clerk of the Probate Court
450 Main St.
New Madrid, MO 63869
Ph: 573-748-5556
  • Indexes to Probate Records
  • Administrator Letters
  • Inventories
  • Proof of Publication Notices
  • Settlement Records
  • Guardian/Curator Records
  • Probate Packets
  • Wills
 
Circuit Clerk
450 Main St.
New Madrid, MO 63869
Ph: 573-748-2228
  • Circuit Court Records
  • Divorce Records

Place names of incorporated, unincorporated and historical areas of New Madrid County Missouri are:
  • Arnold (historical) 
  • Lilbourn (fourth class city) previously known as Paw Paw Junction 
  • Baderville (unincorporated)
  • Linda (unincorporated)
  • Barnes Ridge (historical) 
  • Little River (historical)
  • Baxter (historical) 
  • Lone Star (unincorporated) 
  • Bayouville (unincorporated) 
  • Lorwood (unincorporated)
  • Big Ridge (unincorporated) 
  • Marston (fourth class city) 
  • Bobtail (historical) 
  • Matthews (fourth class city)
  • Boekerton (unincorporated) 
  • Medal (historical) 
  • Bowman (historical) 
  • Melby (historical) 
  • Broadwater (unincorporated) 
  • Mitchell (historical)
  • Canalou (fourth class city)
  • Morehouse (fourth class city) previously known as Malone
  • Catron (fourth class city) previously known as Mays Switch 
  • New Madrid (fourth class city) previously known as L'Anse a laGraisse
  • Champion (historical) 
  • Nordlow (historical) 
  • Como (unincorporated)
  • North Lilbourn (village) 
  • Conran (unincorporated) 
  • Noxall (unincorporated)
  • Delmo (unincorporated)
  • Ogden (historical)
  • Dillingham Spring (historical)
  • Otis (historical) 
  • Dodds (unincorporated) 
  • Otto Spur (historical)
  • Dry Bayou Landing (historical)
  • Parma (fourth class city) previously known as Lotta
  • Dunn (historical)
  • Pioneer (historical)
  • East Lake (historical) 
  • Point Pleasant (unincorporated)
  • Farrenburg (unincorporated)
  • Portageville (fourth class city) previously known as Shinbone
  • Five Point (historical) 
  • Riddles Point (historical)
  • Forest Spur (historical) 
  • Risco (fourth class city)
  • Frailie (unincorporated) 
  • Ristine (unincorporated)
  • Garver (historical) 
  • Rudd (historical)
  • Gerkin (historical) 
  • Sarff (historical)
  • Gideon (fourth class city)
  • Selkirk (historical)
  • Glendale (historical)
  • Sikeston (third class city)
  • Hartzell (unincorporated)
  • Sky (historical)
  • Henderson Mound (unincorporated)
  • Small (historical)
  • Higgerson (historical)
  • Tallapoosa (village)
  • Howardville (fourth class city)
  • Tram Switch (historical)
  • Hurricane Ridge (historical)
  • Turner (historical)
  • Hyman (historical) 
  • Warrington (historical)
  • Imhoff (historical) 
  • Wila (historical)
  • Jaywye (unincorporated)
  • Williams Landing (historical)
  • Juanita (historical)
  • Winchester (historical)
  • Kewanee (unincorporated)

  • Krepin (historical)
 
  • LaFont (historical)
 
  • LaForge (unincorporated)