ⓘ Bunceton, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Bunceton, Missouri

Bunceton was laid out and platted in 1868. The city was named for Harvey Bunce, an early county resident. A post office has been in operation at Bunceton since 1868.

                                     
  • home and farm and national historic district located near Bunceton Cooper County, Missouri It was built in 1880, and is a 2 1 2 - story, eclectic Italianate Second
  • the loss 13.50 ERA and never appeared in another major league game. Coleman died at the age of 52 in Bunceton Missouri Baseball Reference Retrosheet
  • born on a farm near Bunceton Missouri on August 4, 1875. He attended the local schools, the Hooper Institute in Clarksburg, Missouri William Jewell College
  • School 09 - 12 Cooper County R - IV School District Bunceton Bunceton Elementary School K - 06 Bunceton High School 07 - 12 Otterville R - VI School District
  • England, United Kingdom, renamed after its move from Nazi Germany Bunceton Missouri a city, United States The Bunce, 1980 novel by Michael de Larrabeiti
  • miles north of Bunceton Boonville is nine miles to the north - northeast. The community of Bellair is two miles to the west on Missouri Route 5. Speed
  • Plantation, in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana Ravenswood Bunceton Missouri listed on the NRHP in Missouri Ravenswood, Queens, in Queens, New York Ravenswood
  • and eleven miles north - northwest of California. Bunceton is about eight miles to the west on Missouri Route J. Pisgah was platted in 1830, taking its
  • and 0.08 square miles 0.21 square kilometers, 0.12 percent is water. Bunceton Petersburg at 38 48 04 N 92 48 09 W 38.801133 N 92.802414 W 38.801133
  • S.S. San Diego, 21 January 1915 Entered service at: Bunceton Missouri Born: Kansas City, Missouri Citation: For extraordinary heroism in the line of his
  • feet just south of Missouri Route J and 3.5 miles east of Bunceton The stream flows to the northeast and north passing under Missouri Route 87 approximately
  • Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. In Missouri cities are classified into three types: Class 3, Class 4, and those under constitutional
  • Missouri Route 5 is the longest state highway in Missouri and the only Missouri state highway to traverse the entire state. It is part of a three state