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Bear Creek (Heads Creek)

Bear Creek is a stream in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary to heads Creek. Bear Creek was named in honor of the bears along its path.

Beaufort, Missouri

Beaufort is an unincorporated community in Western Franklin County, Missouri, USA. It is located at the intersection of U.S. route 50 and route 185, approximately eleven miles West of Union. The first settlement in Beaufort was made in 1849, but ...

Bedford Township, Lincoln County, Missouri

Bedford township no township in Lincoln County, Missouri. It is unclear why the name Bedford was applied in this town.

Beemont, Missouri

Beemont an unincorporated community in Western Franklin County in the U.S. state of Missouri. The community is located on the route mo ZZ on the West side of Boeuf Creek, one kilometre East from the line of the Franklin-Gasconade County.

Belgrade Township, Washington County, Missouri

Belgrade township no township in Washington County, in the state of Missouri. Belgrade township, most likely, takes its name from the communities of Belgrade, Missouri.

Belgrade, Missouri

Belgrade is an unincorporated community in South-Central Washington County, Missouri, USA. It is located on Missouri additional route C about six miles West of Caledonia and ten miles South of Potosi. Belgrade is located near the route 21 corridor.

Belleau Creek

Bello Creek-the Creek in St. Charles County in the U.S. state of Missouri. Bello Creek received its name from John Bellan Baptiste, an early settler.

Bellefontaine, Missouri

The name option was "Bellefountaine". Bellefontaine received its name from a nearby Bellefontaine lead mine. Community once Bellefontaine school, now defunct.

Belleview Township, Washington County, Missouri

Bellevue township no township in Washington County, in the state of Missouri. Bellevue township was first called "Bellevue town", and under the latter name was erected in 1810-ies.

Benton Township, Crawford County, Missouri

Benton township no township in the County of Crawford, in the U.S. state of Missouri. Benton township, most likely, was named in honor of Thomas HART Benton, the state legislator.

Bernheimer, Missouri

Post office under the name of Bernheimer was established in 1893, was temporarily closed in 1895 and opened in 1897, and was discontinued in 1945. The community is named Joseph Bernheimer, St. Louis capitalist. Katy Trail, a 225-mile bike trail p ...

Berryman, Missouri

The Berryman is an unincorporated community on the border between Crawford and Washington counties in the U.S. state of Missouri. Located along route 8, it lies in national forest Mark TWAIN, about sixteen miles West of Potosi. Courtois Creek flo ...

Birch Creek (Bourbeuse River)

Birch Creek is a stream in the County of Franklin in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the Bourbeuse river. The flow of source to occur in the North-Eastern part of St. Clair 38°2128"N 90°5812"W, it flows North, passing under and t ...

Black Jack Creek

Black Jack Creek-the Creek in Crawford County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is the inflow of Cherry valley Creek. Occur in the upper reaches, East of Missouri highway 19 About four miles South-East from Steelville to the height of about 1000 ...

Black Walnut, Missouri

A post office called Black walnut was established in 1875 and remained in operation until 1908. The community was named for the grove of black walnut timber near the original site of the city.

Blackjack Hill

Blackjack hill summit in Washington County in the U.S. state of Missouri. The peak has a height of 1.217 feet. Blackjack hill was named for blackjack oak in the area.

Blairs Creek

Blairs Creek-Creek in Crawford County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the river every room is connected. Blairs Creek is the name of a local family. Family, Blair was in the late 19th and in the 1st half of the 20th century a ...

Bliss, Missouri

Bliss was first named "Kingston furnace", and under the latter name was founded in 1870 and named in honor of Wyllys king, owner of a local blast furnace. A post office called Bliss, was created in 1899 and remained in operation until 1943. Real ...

Bobs Creek (Meramec River tributary)

Bob Creek is a stream in Crawford County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the river every room is connected. Of the bobs Creek has the owners name in the local coal industry.

Boeuf Township, Franklin County, Missouri

Boeuf township no township in Franklin County in the U.S. state of Missouri. Boeuf township was created in 1819, taking its name from Boeuf Creek.

Boles Township, Franklin County, Missouri

Boles township no township in Franklin County in the U.S. state of Missouri. Boles town was founded in 1821, taking its name from Ambrose Bowles, a citizen of the pioneer.

Bonhomme Township, St. Louis County, Missouri

Bonhomme Township is a town in the County of St. Louis, Missouri. Its population was 36.316 according to the 2010 census. Bonhomme town takes its name from the Bonhomme Creek.

Boone Township, Crawford County, Missouri

Boone township no township in the County of Crawford, in the U.S. state of Missouri. The town of Boone was established in 1848, most likely, takes its name from Boone Creek.

Boone Township, Franklin County, Missouri

Boone township no township in Franklin County in the U.S. state of Missouri. Boone was founded in 1832 and named in honor of Boone Creek.

Boschertown, Missouri

A post office called Boschertown was founded in 1879 and remained in operation until 1881. The community name of John Boscher, a citizen of the pioneer.

Brazil, Missouri

Brazil is a Ghost town in Washington County, in the state of Missouri. In GNIs klassificeret it as a populated place. Post office under the name of Brazil was established in 1889 and remained in operation until 1955. It is unknown why the name "B ...

Breton Township, Washington County, Missouri

The Breton town is an inactive township in Washington County, in the state of Missouri. The Breton town was built in 1813, taking its name from the extinct community of the same name within its borders.

Brevator, Missouri

Brevator was platted in 1880 and named in honor of John Brevator, the original owner of the site of the city. A post office called Brevator was established in 1880 and remained in operation until 1932.

Bridgeport Township, Warren County, Missouri

Bridgeport township no township in Warren County in the U.S. state of Missouri. Bridgeport township was built in 1833, taking its name from the community of Bridgeport, Missouri.

Briscoe, Missouri

Briscoe was platted in 1883. The community was named in honor of Samuel Briscoe, the original owner of the site of the city. A post office called Briscoe was established in 1882 and remained in operation until 1959.

Brock Creek (Missouri)

Brock Creek is a stream in Washington County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the great river. Brock Creek is the name of Mr. Brock, an early settler.

Browns Branch

Browns branch is a stream in the County of Franklin in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary to Dubois Creek. Branch of Browns is the name of the citizen pioneer.

Brushy Creek (Saint Johns Creek)

Brushy Creek is a stream in the County of Franklin in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the St. Johns Creek. The upper reaches of a stream at 38°2952"North latitude and 91°1023"W and merging with the St. Johns Creek is 38°3116"N 91 ...

Brussells, Missouri

Post office under the name of Brussels, was built in 1876 and remained in operation until 1907. The name change from Brussels, capital of Belgium.

Buck Creek (Cuivre River)

Tank Creek is a stream in Lincoln County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the North fork of the river also. The flow of source to occur one mile East of the community of Corso at 39°0749"N 91°0935"W at a height of 675 metres. T ...

Buck Creek (Joachim Creek)

Tank Creek is a stream in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of Joachim Creek. Stream headwaters occur at 38°0852"North latitude and 90°2704"W to the North-West of us route 67 and flows North-East almost parallel to ...

Bucklick Creek

Bucklick Creek-a stream in the County of Franklin in the U.S. state of Missouri. Bucklick Creek was named for a salt lick that attracted bucks.

Burkhardt Historic District

BURKHARDT historic district is located in Chesterfield, Missouri. Original inclusion in the national register of historic places occurred in 2000 and included properties 16662-16678 Chesterfield airport road. Increase the border in 2006 and added ...

Burr Oak Township, Lincoln County, Missouri

Burr oak inactive township in Lincoln County, Missouri. Burr-OK was founded in 1875 and is named for Burr oak woods within its borders.

Burr Oak, Missouri

Burr oak is a Ghost town in Lincoln County, Missouri. The names were "Burr Oak valley" and "Burroak". Post office under the name of Burr oak valley was founded in 1875, the name was changed to Burroak in 1895, the name was again changed to Burr o ...

Butcher Creek (Missouri)

Butcher Creek is a stream in the southern part of Lincoln County, Missouri. It is a tributary of Crooked Creek. Stream headwaters occur at 38°5450"N. lat. 90°5608"W at an altitude of about 560 feet. The stream flows East-northeast, passing under ...

Butts, Missouri

Obukhiv is an unincorporated community in Eastern Crawford County, in the U.S. state of Missouri. Community on the North side of henpeck hollow about a half mile East of the Courtois Creek. Access is via ring road from Missouri route 8, approxima ...

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