Maps of Missouri

County Map of Mssouri

Map of Missouri county boundaries and county seats

Maps of Missouri are generally an important area of ancestors and family history research, particularly in case you live faraway from where your ancestor was living. Since Missouri political boundaries sometimes changed, historic maps are generally essential in assisting you discover the exact location of your ancestor’s home, exactly what land they owned, just who their neighbors were, and much more.

Maps of Missouri often have a tendency to be an excellent resource for starting out with your own research, since they provide considerably beneficial information and facts instantly. Missouri Maps are usually a major resource of significant amounts of information and facts on family history. The National Archives holds ward maps of Kansas City and St. Louis.

States bordering Missouri are Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, KansasKentucky, Nebraska, Oklahoma and  Tennessee. Missouri’s 10 largest cities in Missouri are Kansas City,  St. Louis,  Springfield,  Independence,  Columbia,  Lee’s Summit,  O’Fallon,  St. Joseph,  St. Charles and   St. Peter’s. Learn more about Historical Facts of Missouri Counties.

Interactive Map of Missouri County Formation History

(Missouri maps made with the use AniMap Plus 3.0 & with the Permission of the Goldbug Company)

Old Antique Atlases & Maps of Missouri

These are scanned from the original copies so you can see Missouri and Missouri counties as our ancestors saw them over a hundred years ago. Some Missouri maps years (not all) have cities, railroads, P.O. locations, township outlines and other features useful to the avid genealogist in Missouri.

Disclaimer: All Missouri maps are free to use for your own genealogical purposes and may not be reproduced for resale or distribution.Source: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection

D.O.T. County Road and Highway Maps of Missouri

The Missouri Department of Transportation is pleased to provide highly detailed county maps online. These maps contain more detailed information about man-made features than the geological survey maps. In addition to roads and boundaries, these maps include rural communities, churches, and cemeteries. Below are printable maps of Missouri’s 114 counties. The maps are in PDF format and print out at 8 1/2 x 11-inches. If you require a larger version please call 1-888 ASK MODOT.

The Missouri Department of Transportation, Transportation Planning holds detailed maps, which include: Cemeteries, Houses, Churches, Schools, County Roads.

To View the Map: Just click the Image to view the map online. In order to make the Image size as small as possible they were save on the lowest resolution.

These maps are downloadable and are in PDF format (Images are between 500k and 1.5 meg so loading may be slow if using a dial-up connection). The main use of these are the locations of all known cemeteries in a county and of course the various roads and church locations. These Maps are Free to Download

Missouri Map Links