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Orearville, Missouri: Location

06 Sep

The following maps from MapQuest show the location of Orearville, Missouri.

The first map shows where Orearville is located in relation to the rest of the state of Missouri. The state is outlined in black. Orearville is located where the red star is.

Orearville, Missouri map (zoom level 1)

 

The second map shows the location of Orearville in relation to its two nearest neighboring towns, Slater to the north and Marshall to the southwest (both on Missouri Route 240). According to Yahoo! Maps, the distance from Slater to Orearville is 2.91 miles, and the distance from Marshall to Orearville is 10.06 miles.

Orearville, Missouri map (zoom level 2)

 

The third map shows the intersection of Missouri Route 240 and Saline County Route P, where Orearville is located.

Orearville, Missouri map (zoom level 3)

 
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Posted by Paul O'Rear on September 6, 2010

 

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  1. Garry.O'Rear

    February 1, 2011 at 2:44 AM

    Just want to out if we are kin.I live south of KCK but im presently deployed in Africa have been in service for 22 yrs Im also on facebook thanks

     
    • Paul O'Rear

      March 25, 2011 at 11:26 PM

      Garry,
      First, thank you for your service to our country! I’ve heard speculation from other family historians that all O’Rears and Orears in America can trace their lineage back to a common ancestor, John ORea. So, it is likely that we are at least distant cousins!

       
  2. Barry O'Rear

    June 16, 2011 at 4:52 PM

    HI Paul. I’m the father of the other Paul O’Rear (!)

    Here’s some very interesting information. Quite a while back, I was on a plane going to Toronto. I seat mate asked me my name, And I told him. To my amazement he said “oh, you’re French. I said in amazement, what, why did you said that?

    “I live in Alsance-Lorraine, and some of my best friends are named O’Rear !!!!” A lot of them live there. And I determined that they had moved there, way badk in the Potato Famine, Or, during Cromwells reign. So we now have an explnation for the myths? that we were either Irish or Frendh.

    Isn’t that cool?

    Shalba11@msn.com

    Barry

     
  3. Hayden O'Rear

    December 8, 2011 at 6:49 PM

    Hi! Im only 12 I found this website at school where i just searched O’Rear in google then i found this website and i was like “Aw cool a website with my last name!”

     
  4. Glenetta Burks

    January 27, 2012 at 1:35 PM

    Hi, this may already be in the your family history but thought was interesting.
    In the alley by my home on North Main, there is a tiny grave of a little girl..
    This best I can tell what it says
    Olla May
    daughter of
    John E or F and Mattie
    Orear B. May 8 1888
    D. Nov 1 1891