Gasconade County Naturalization Records

This Gasconade County Naturalization Index covers the period 1837-1949. It has been carefully compiled by GCHS Archives & Records Center volunteers from paper documents and Circuit Court record books. The original records provide no more information than is found in this index.

The columns headed “Source & Film Roll #” and “Location” provide the location of the original record on loose paper or in a book and, in most cases, also provide the location of the record on microfilm. The originals, as well as microfilms from which copies can be made, are housed at the Archives & Records Center.

The “Type” column indicates whether the individual’s declaration of intention to become a U.S. citizen is recorded or the record of actual admission is being described. The “Origin” column provides the political entity to which the citizen-to-be denounced his or her sovereignty as a part of applying to become a U.S. citizen.

To access the records, simply click on the image below. (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file, it's a free program you can download here). When the file is accessed, you can search for a particular name or word by simply typing it in the "search box" and then clicking "enter".