ⓘ Wooldridge, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Wooldridge, Missouri

Wooldridge was laid out in 1901. The village was named for Dr. Wooldridge, the original owner of the town site. A post office called Wooldridge has been in operation since 1902.

                                     
  • Wooldridge may refer to the following: Adrian Wooldridge Washington bureau chief of the Economist Alexander Penn Wooldridge 1847 1930 mayor of Austin
  • from East Central University in 1979. Wooldridge previously held the head coaching position at Central Missouri State, Southwest Texas State University
  • are Overton, Wooldridge Jamestown, Sandy Hook, Marion, and Jefferson City. U.S. Roads portal List of state highways in Missouri Missouri Department of
  • of Jerico Springs, Missouri was measured during his playing days at 6 feet 1 inch 1.85 m tall and 185 pounds 84 kg Wooldridge started eight games
  • record of 115 35. He went on to coach at the University of Washington. Jim Wooldridge followed Nance, coaching 1985 91, in which he compiled a record of 131 48
  • at Idalia to pick up the U. S. Mail by moving train. According to Paul Wooldridge Idalia had a population of about 30 in 1934 while he was there as a farm
  • career at Central Missouri with a 114 35 record. Nance left Warrensburg after the 1984 - 85 season, and Nance s assistant coach, Jim Wooldridge took the reins
  • Wooldridge Zalma List of municipalities in Missouri List of cities in Missouri Official Manual of the State of Missouri 2017 - 2018 PDF Missouri Secretary
  • and 1.23 square miles 3.18 square kilometers, 2.56 percent is water. Wooldridge Overton at 38 56 52 N 92 34 35 W 38.947811 N 92.576296 W 38.947811
  • passing under Missouri Route 87 southeast of Boonville. The stream continues east to southeast passing under Missouri Route 179 south of Wooldridge The stream
  • county seat Bunceton Otterville Pilot Grove Prairie Home Windsor Place Wooldridge Bellair Clifton City Pisgah Speed Cooper County is divided into 14 townships: