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County was first settled in the middle of the 1830's
Jan. 29, 1841.
One of the 6 Counties From the Indian Platte Purchase
Territory annexed to Missouri in 1837.
It was named for Andrew Jackson
David, St. Louis editor.
County Seat: Savannah was laid out in
1841. First Briefly called Union, it was then renamed for Savannah,
||Family Bibles and
County Records: Final Settlements:
Nathaniel H. Simpson
News-Accidents: Mr. Berryhills daughter;
Mr. E.E. Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Mack
News-Moving in and Out: J.M. Shepard, Mr.
Davis; Dr. W.A. Lockett
News-Business: Mr. Morris
News-Community: Mr. Caldwell,
Capt. Majors and Capt. Whitaker, Mrs. Manela
All of the above transcribed by Robin Line
News-Social- Mr. and Mrs.