We're still doing hacker clean-up. There are a *lot* of broken links to images and files. Cleaning it up is a daunting process -- each item has to be examined and repaired one by one. As they are fixed, they'll be reactivated. If you find that an article you're looking for hasn't yet been cleaned up, just let me know and I'll move it to the top of the to-do list. Thanks for your patience.

Gentry County MOGenWeb Project

Worth County, Missouri

This is the home of the Gentry County MOGenWeb Project, which is part of the MOGenWeb and USGenWeb projects. This is not an official site for any county agency, or genealogical or historical society.

Your County Coordinator is Kris. I am a volunteer. While I may contribute information to the site, I do not live in Worth County and cannot help you with your research there. I maintain the website and manage submissions from other researchers -- like you.

All of the information here is provided free for personal use, but may not be used commercially or sold without the specific permission of both the original submitter and the County Coordinators.

Gentry County was organized February 14, 1841 and named for Colonel Richard Gentry of Boone County who fell in the Seminole War in 1837. The courthouse burned in 1885.

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