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The county has a total area of 791 square miles of which 779 square miles of it is land and 12 square miles of it is water. It was named after William Taylor Barry from Kentucky who was a United States Postmaster General. Cassville’s Main Street was once "Old Wire Road" which followed the first telegraph line in 1859.
Both Union and Confederate troops used the route during the Civil War.
Between October 31 and November 7, 1861 Cassville served as the Confederate Capital of Missouri.
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You must be at least 18 years of age or older to marry without parental consent.
A birth certificate may be necessary to show proof of age.
You do not have to be a previous or current resident of Missouri to obtain a marriage license that will be valid statewide. You will receive your marriage license immediately after you submit your application.
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If you're getting married in the state of Missouri you must first apply for a wedding license at any in-state county clerk office. No, you can get married immediately after your marriage license is issued.
Applicants must wait at least 30 days after the divorce has been finalized before applying for a marriage license.
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