Talk:St. Francois County, Missouri

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The Village of Libertyville is not listed in the unincorporated areas section. Libertyville was originally known as Cook's Settlement. The name was later changed to Kincaid and then to Libertyville. The town was once a thriving farm community. It had several blacksmith shops, a school, a store,post office, and at least two churches. When I was a child growing up there in the 50's and 60's we kids found an old stone foundation that supposedly had been a grain mill. As of 2005 there was still evidence of the old Houck Railroad North of Libertyville.Thundercloud47 (talk) 15:39, 20 February 2015 (UTC)