Missouri Revised Statutes 451.170

Lost record of marriage supplied, how.

In any county in this state where the record of any marriage has been lost or destroyed, such record may be supplied by the minister or officer who solemnized any such marriage, by filing in the recorder's office of such county a certificate showing the names of the persons by him married, the date of such marriage, and the county in which the same was solemnized.

(RSMo 1939 § 3641)

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