Bahner Missouri, Southeast Pettis County...

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Monsees Realty

Bahner Missouri Rural Real Estate, Country Real Estate,


Bahner Missouri is located in southeast Pettis county Missouri. Only 14.2 miles southeast of Sedalia Mo, Bahner is a rural community.  

Open pastures for cattle or horses, good tillable soils for growing grains and plentiful wildlife. If your looking for country living Bahner Mo, is just one of the many rural communities that Pettis County has to offer.

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Comments (4)

Judith Reppert
United Country Countryside Realty - Mount Vernon, MO

Nice, I like to hear about these communities that no-one has heard of!

You had dropped by and commented on a post of mine about wells, and I apologize for missing that and not coming by to see you. 

We've got plenty of those little bitty communities down here too, although a little less cropland and more pasture, depending on where you are.

Sep 04, 2009 03:59 AM
Craig & Sue Guffin
Coldwell Banker Monsees Realty - Sedalia, MO
Sedalia Mo Real Estate

Thanks for dropping in Judith, we have several small towns that are not mapped making up our counties here in central Missouri. I will eventualy have information on all of them posted here on AR. 

Sep 04, 2009 10:12 AM
Jane Cross
Homes By Cross serving Charlotte NC Real Estate Needs - Charlotte, NC

Craig, these communities often only get discovered through posts like this one. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Dec 06, 2009 10:47 AM
hope vilsick-greenwell

Hello -- I just ended up on your website as I am looking once more at Bahner, MO.Well, a few of us know

these now-obscure places -- either as place names in our family history --

or in actuality, having visited them to seek out and confirm the reality of their importance in our family

history. ( I have been working on this since 1980s.)

 Two years ago, whilst on a family history pilgrimage, I was able to do just that. I stood in the cemetery of

  St. John the Evangelist church and thanked the great-great grandparents (Imhauser) who left Germany

to come build America on the then-frontier (1844). I also visited the cemetery in Sedalia to thank the great-

grandparents (Martha Imhauser and Fred Kipping). Their daughter Rose married into the Smasal clan.

And my grandparents are buried in Quincy, IL, where I grew up. ( Mom's mother's people were German

tradesmen who came to Quincy around 1844-45.) I obtained the land map from the 1890s at the

  courthouse in Sedalia, but could not translate it exactly to the land itself. I had to be content

knowing that their farms were "in the vicinty." Some of the descendants are still farming. However, they

moved from Pettis County up to Carroll County in the early 1940s (Joseph Kipping and his wife Minnie and

their seven children), All of these central Missourians are my mother's father's people.

I am planning to come back again this year, most likely in September (when I have my 50th high school

reunion in Quincy), to continue gathering info and documents and meeting more long-lost "cousins."

Hey! Keep up the good work. My oldest son is a real estate broker in San Jose, CA.


Hope Vilsick-Greenwell












Apr 18, 2012 05:40 AM