Don't forget your local library. They may have an exchange program for microfilm and other resources.
This is not an endorsement of these sites but I thought you might like to know about them.
|M123-31||Missouri 1890 Veterans & Widows of Veterans Census Schedules: Adair, Chariton, Clark, Howard, Knox, Lewis, Linn, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Putnam, Ralls, Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby, and Sullivan Counties|
|M432-391||Missouri 1850 Federal Census, Free Schedules: Adair, Andrew, Atchison, Audrain, and Barry Counties|
|M432-422||Missouri 1850 Federal Census, Slave Schedules: Adair, Andrew, Atchison, Audrain, Barry, Bates, Benton, Boone, Buchanan, Butler, Caldwell, Callaway, Camden, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Cass, Cedar, Chariton, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Cole, Cooper, Crawford, Dade, Dallas, Daviess, DeKalb, Dodge, Dunklin, and Franklin Counties|
|M593-755||Missouri 1870 Federal Census: Adair and Andrew Counties|
|M653-605||Missouri 1860 Federal Census, Free Schedules: Adair and Andrew Counties|
|M653-661||Missouri 1860 Federal Census, Slave Schedules: Adair, Andrew, Atchison, Audrain, Bates, Benton, Bollinger, Boone, Buchanan, Butler, Caldwell, Callaway, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Cass, Carter, Cedar, Chariton, Christian, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Cole, Cooper, Crawford, and Dade Counties|
|T623-836||Missouri 1900 Federal Census: Adair, Andrew, and Atchison (part: EDs 14-18, and ED 19, sheet 1) Counties|
|T624-766||Missouri 1910 Federal Census: Adair, Andrew, and Atchison Counties|
|T625-902||Missouri 1920 Federal Census: Adair, Andrew, and Barton Counties|
|T9-671||Missouri 1880 Federal Census: Adair, Andrew, and Atchison (begin - 11/12) Counties|
|Missouri 1870 U.S. Federal Census Index - $29.95|
Blue Roses Publishing Company has a program where you can rent or buy CD Census records.
|Year||County||Purchase Price||Rental Fee|
Much thanks to Michele for this idea! Have you ever wanted to contribute your
efforts to help out with our Adair site but don't have the time or the access to transcribe a whole group of
public records? Well, here's your chance to contribute! This forum is based upon submissions made by Adair County researchers
like you who would like to make the information in the records that you have personally looked up and recorded available to others
researching the same people. Just think of all of the time and money that could be saved if every genealogist would post the
information they have gathered on a public site like this one. In no time at all, we would have most of the censuses transcribed online!
So, if you have ADAIR COUNTY public records that you have PERSONALLY researched (i.e. submissions of scanned data from published
sources CANNOT be accepted. Data from the ACTUAL records themselves are FREE from copyright and CAN be submitted for
inclusion in the forums below). Please use the sample of
information which includes valuable information listed below each record type. If that information is not
listed on the record, please indicate Adair County in your email subject. Click here for more information and
download the files to get you started on your way! Be sure to list the topic in the subject line of your email.
Example: Adair Co Census, Marriage, or Cemetery Addition. Put the COUNTY because I host more than one county.
Thank you for your efforts! If you have a photocopy of a page of census records (such as a microfilm copy), please feel free to submit each name, instead of just the name of your ancestor. Our database will grow more quickly this way! NOTE: Please do NOT submit records for individuals who are still living in this forum. They will not be posted.
From the beginning the county has enjoyed in a steady and substantial growth. This is exhibited in a variety of ways. The first index of growth that one usually consults is the U. S. census reports on the population. On turning to them we find nothing on the population of Adair County prior to 1850, as the county was organized in 1841, the year after the census of 1840 was taken. Inasmuch as no separate record was kept of the population of the territory that was attached to Macon County from 1837 to 1841, and out of which the present Adair County was formed, we have no means of knowing just what the population of the county was when it was created in 1841. The census reports since 1850 give the population of Adair County as follows:
|White||Free Colored||Slave||Total||Native Born||Foreign Born||Total|
* Data lacking.
Of the 495 foreign born persons in the county in 1900, 80 were natives of England, 48 of Canada, 74 of Ireland, 138 of Germany, 58 Italy, 24 of Scotland, 19 of Sweden, 15 of Wales, and 18 of France.