Cape Girardeau, Co. (County Courthouse )

This page last modified Saturday, 23-Feb-2013 11:28:16 MST

Cape Girardeau, Co.
(County Courthouse)

  • The present courthouse in Jackson was completed in 1908 and designed by P. H. Weathers. .

    The first County Courthouse was built in 1818 by John Davis

    Cape Girardeau County was organized on October 1, 1812 and was named after Ensign Jean Girardot, a French Officer, who developed a trading post on the site of the present city of Cape Girardeau. The County Seat is in Jackson, Missouri, which was the first city named in honor of President Andrew Jackson (Old Hickory).

You are the [an error occurred while processing this directive] visitor to this site since Febuary 21, 2004

Don E. Wright

Copyright Page

Webspace Provided by RootsWeb
Webspace Provided by RootsWeb