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  • Gaines Ford
  •   Extreme south central county in Nagogami Lodge area. Maries 1930-1932 N/A
  • Gallaway Station
  • Galloway Station
  • James Galloway patented 40 acres in NWSE of Twp 41, Rng 7, Sec 20 in 1837 which is on the SW side of Belle in Maries County.  However, maps and records indicate the post office was in Osage County. Just north of Belle on Osage county side. Osage 1864-1876 1870
    1873
  • Galls Prairie
  •   ? Gasconade 1856-1859 N/A
  • Gasburg
  • See Cooper Hill See Cooper Hill Osage N/A 1875
  • Gasconade
  • First county seat of Gasconade County.  Daniel M. Boone selected the site in 1820.  Seat moved to Bartonville in 1825 due to flooding.  The post office name was changed to Gasconade City in 1865 and later back to Gasconade in 1882.
    Location of the Corp of Engineers boat yard.

    1855 - Gasconade, v., Gasconade co., Mo.  It contains a Roman Catholic church & about 50 inhabitants. (16)

    Mouth of Gasconade River at the Missouri River. Gasconade 1823-1825
    1882-1973E
    1822
    1823
    1833
    1859
    1863
    1875
    1878
    1895
    1897
    1901
    1904
    1913
    1920
  • Gasconade City
  • Same as Gasconade See Gasconade Gasconade 1865-1882 1873
  • Gasconade Court House
  • Name of post office when courthouse was located in Mount Sterling. See Mount Sterling Gasconade 1828-1843 N/A
  • Gasconade Ferry
  • 1873 Post Road -
    From Hermann, by Gasconade Ferry, Fredericksburg, Bailey's Creek, to Linn. (15)

    Probably later Stolpe.

    First PO - Near the location of Rollin's Ferry (hwy 89 and Gasconade river), near Brush Creek and the Sanford Backues mill. (later Osage Co.)
    Second PO - About four miles above the mouth of the Gasconade river.
    Gasconade 1828-1833
    1853-1878
    1873
    1875
  • Gascondy
  • Resort town that used to have a hotel catering to railroad excursions.

    1976 Osage County Memory Book description

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    South Osage County where the Rock Island Railroad crosses the Gasconade River. Osage 1907-1942 1913
    1920
  • Gebler
  • "There was a PO and a store in this location. It was named for W S Gebler, a pioneer who est the store". (8) South of Hermann in Roark twp. Gasconade 1887-1901 1897
    1904
    1913
    1920
  • Goodman's Mill's
  • Ran by Robert Goodman who emmigrated from Virginia circa 1831. (There was a road from Evan's ferry on the Missouri River south to Goodman's Mill at Van Buren. (Robert Goodman granted land for Methodist Meeting House in 1838. (See Van Buren 5 miles south of Linn near Rich Fountain Gasconade 1849-1850 N/A
  • Grove Dale
  • Formerly Pea Vine.

    A once thriving community, but all that remains is a house and a few barns.  Grovedale cemetary is located a mile or so from the original town location.

    Eastern county on Rt C where it crosses the Peavine creek. Maries 1874-1911 1897
    1901
    1904
    1913
    1920