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  • Pawnee County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 19, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of the Cherokee Outlet, 1893.
    Established:  xx-xxx-xxxx
    County Seat:  Pawnee, Oklahoma

    County history - Pawnee County is named for the Pawnee tribal name, corrupted from "Pariki" meaning horn and refers to the tribal custom of dressing the scalp locks to resemble a buffalo horn.

    Pawnee Courthouse
    GHLL Pawnee County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project - Pawnee County AHGP
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by Wikipedia
    4. Genealogy Forum - Pawnee County, OK Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
    5. Society/Museum/Assn - (Pawnee County Historical Society and Museum / Pawnee, OK)
    6. US/OKGenWeb site - Pawnee County Archives
    7. US/OKGenWeb - Pawnee County Genealogy & History
    8. Vital Records - Pawnee County Clerk, Courthouse, Pawnee, OK 74058-2568.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Osage County (north), Tulsa County (southeast), Creek County (south),
             Payne County (southwest), Noble County (west).

        Pawnee County - (US/OKGenWeb Archives) The area began as a Trading Post in 1894 on the banks of Black Bear
             Creek. This has been the home of the Pawnee Nation since being removed from Nebraska in 1874-1876.


  • Payne County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Mar 28, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Native American [Indian] lands.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Stillwater, Oklahoma

    County history - Payne County is named in honor of Captain David Lewis Payne (December 30, 1836  November 28, 1884) aka the Father of Oklahoma, the leader of the "Boomers" who led several groups of settlers into the area of Indian Territory, now the site of Stillwater, Oklahoma.
             Payne served in the 10th Kansas Infantry Regiment during the war. A memorial has been erected over his burial site in Stillwater's Boomer Lake Park. The site is marked by the original gravestone erected by the James Shield Post #57 of the Grand Army of the Republic of Wellington, Kansas where he was originally buried.



    Payne Courthouse
    1. Payne County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Payne County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Payne County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Payne County Genealogical Society / Stillwater, OK)
    4. Payne County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Payne County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Payne County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Payne County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Payne County Vital Records - Payne County Clerk, 315 West 6th Ave #202, Stillwater, OK 74074-4020.


  • Pittsburg County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 19, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Native American (Choctaw) lands [an original county].
    Established:  16-Jul-1907
    County Seat:  McAlester, Oklahoma

    County history - Pittsburg County is named for the city of Pittsburgh, PA, the final "h" having been dropped. Pittsburgh, PA was the city of origin of the first settler.

    Pittsburg Courthouse
    1. Pittsburg County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Pittsburg County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Pittsburg County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Pittsburg Co. Genealogical & Historical Society / McAlester, OK)
    4. Pittsburg County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Pittsburg County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Pittsburg County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Pittsburg County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Pittsburg County Vital Records - Pittsburg County Clerk, Courthouse, McAlester, OK 74501.


  • Pontotoc County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Mar 29, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of the old Chickasaw Nation.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Ada, Oklahoma

    County history - Pontotoc County is named in honor of Chief Pontotoc, of the Chickasaw Indian Nation, and meant "Cattails growing on the prairie". The name is also thought to be named for Pontotoc Creek in the old Chickasaw country in Mississippi.

    Pontotoc Courthouse
    1. Pontotoc County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Pontotoc County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Pontotoc County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Pontotoc County Historical & Genealogical Society / Ada, OK)
    4. Pontotoc County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Pontotoc County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Pontotoc County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Pontotoc County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Pontotoc County Vital Records - Pontotoc County Clerk, P. O. Box 1425, Ada, OK 74820.


  • Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Jun 22, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of former Shawnee, Kickapoo, and Pottawatomie Lands administered by the
             Sac & Fox Agency in 1891.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Shawnee, Oklahoma

    County history - The land was opened to white settlement in the land run of 1891 and was designated as County B.  The County name was changed by vote in 1892 to honor of Potawatomi Indians and means "people of the place of fire."
             Tecumseh, originally the County Seat, lost to the fast growing community of Shawnee. Incidentally, Shawnee was also in competition for the State Capitol. City leaders even went so far as to build a governor's house

    Pottawatomie Courthouse
    1. Pottawatomie County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Pottawatomie County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Pottawatomie County - Genealogical/Historical Society
    4. Pottawatomie County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Pottawatomie County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Pottawatomie County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Pottawatomie County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Pottawatomie County Vital Records - Pottawatomie County Clerk, 325 North Broadway, Shawnee, OK 74801-6919.

    9. A History Of Pottawatomie County - Pott County, and what has come of it.


  • Pushmataha County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 20, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Choctaw Indian Nation lands.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Antlers, Oklahoma

    County history - Pushmataha County is named The Pushmataha District of the Choctaw Indian Nation.

    Pushmataha Courthouse
    1. Pushmataha County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Pushmataha County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Pushmataha County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Pushmataha County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Pushmataha County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Pushmataha County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Pushmataha County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Pushmataha County Vital Records - Pushmataha County Clerk, 203 SW Third Street, Antlers, OK 74523-3899.


  • Roger Mills County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 20, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian Lands, 1892.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Cheyenne, Oklahoma

    County history - Roger Mills County is named in honor of Roger Quarles Mills (March 30, 1832 September 2, 1911), an American politician and an officer in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.

    Roger Mills Courthouse
    1. Roger Mills County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Roger Mills County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Roger Mills County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Roger Mills County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Roger Mills County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Roger Mills County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Roger Mills County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Roger Mills County Vital Records - Roger Mills County Clerk, P.O. Box 708, Cheyenne, OK 73628.


  • Rogers County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 21, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of lands of the Cherokee Nation.
    Established:  26-Jan-1907
    County Seat:  Claremore, Oklahoma

    County history - Rogers County is named in honor of Clement Vann Rogers. It might have been Cooweescoowee County instead. Some said the name was too long and no one could pronounce it, so the county should be named John Ross County after the Cherokee Chief whose Indian name was Cooweescoowee. Citizens of the area began circulating a petition asking that the county be named for "Uncle Clem" because of his long-time contributions to local and tribal affairs.
             According to the Inola Register, Jan. 25, 1907, Clem Rogers "did himself proud" in accepting the honor conferred upon him by the naming of the county in his honor, Clem Rogers is the father of the well renowned Will Rogers and a member of the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention.




    Rogers Courthouse
    1. Rogers County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Rogers County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Rogers County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Rogers County Historical Society & Museum / Claremore, OK)
    4. Rogers County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Rogers County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Rogers County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Rogers County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Rogers County Vital Records - Rogers County Clerk, 219 South Missouri, Claremore, OK 74017-7832.


  • Seminole County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 21, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Indian Territory allocated to the Seminole Indian Nation.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Wewoka, Oklahoma

    County history - Seminole County is named in honor of the Seminole Native American people.

    Seminole Courthouse
    1. Seminole County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Seminole County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Seminole County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
          Seminole Historical Society 
          1800 West Wrangler Boulevard
          Seminole, OK 74868-2037

    4. Seminole County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Seminole County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Seminole County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Seminole County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Seminole County Vital Records - Seminole County Clerk, Courthouse, Wewoka, OK 74884.


  • Sequoyah County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Jul 11, 2009
  • Formed from:  portions of Sequoyah District, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.
    Established:  17-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Sallisaw, Oklahoma

    County history - Sequoyah County is named in honor of Sequoyah, creator of the Cherokee syllabary..

    Sequoyah Courthouse
    1. Sequoyah County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Sequoyah County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Sequoyah County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found)
          Sequoyah Genealogical Society
          101 East Cherokee
          Sallisaw, OK 74955

         Sequoyah County Historical Society
         P.O. Box 305
         Sallisaw, OK 74955

    4. Sequoyah County - USGenWeb/OKGenWeb site: (Archives) (None found)
    5. Sequoyah County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Sequoyah County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Sequoyah County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Sequoyah County Vital Records - Sequoyah County Clerk, 120 East Chickasaw Street, Sallisaw, OK 74955-4655.


  • Stephens County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 21, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of territorial Comanche County and Territory allocated to the former Chickasaw Nation.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Duncan, Oklahoma

    County history - Stephens County is named in honor of John Hall Stephens (November 22, 1847 - November 18, 1924), Congressman from Texas who took great interest in Indian Territory legislation just prior to statehood and advocate of Oklahoma statehood.

    Stephens Courthouse
    1. Stephens County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Stephens County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Stephens County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Stephens County Genealogical Society & Library / Duncan, OK)
    4. Stephens County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Stephens County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Stephens County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Stephens County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Stephens County Vital Records - Stephens County Clerk, Courthouse, Duncan, OK 73533.

    9. Society/Museum/Assn - (Southwest Oklahoma Genealogical Society / Lawton, OK)


  • Texas County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 26, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Oklahoma Territory lands.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Guymon, Oklahoma

    County history - Texas County is named in honor of the neighboring U.S. State of Texas.

    Texas Courthouse
    1. Texas County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Texas County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Texas County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Texas County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Texas County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Texas County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Texas County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Texas County Vital Records - Texas County Clerk, P.O. Box 197, Guymon, OK 73942-0197.


  • Tillman County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 26, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Oklahoma Territory lands.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Frederick, Oklahoma

    County history - Tillman County is named in honor of Benjamin Ryan Tillman (August 11, 1847  July 3, 1918) was an American politician who served as the 84th Governor of South Carolina, from 1890 to 1894, and as a United States Senator, from 1895 until his death in office. Combative, vitriolic, and openly racist, Tillman's views were a matter of national controversy.

    Tillman Courthouse
    1. Tillman County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Tillman County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Tillman County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Tillman County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Tillman County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Tillman County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Tillman County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Tillman County Vital Records - Tillman County Clerk, P.O. Box 992, Frederick, OK 73542.

    9. Society/Museum/Assn - (Southwest Oklahoma Genealogical Society / Lawton, OK)


  • Tulsa County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Feb 24, 2011
  • Formed from:  portions of Native American [Indian] lands.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Tulsa, Oklahoma

    County history - Tulsa County is named in honor of the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, which in turn derives from Tulsey Town, Alabama, an old Creek [Native American] settlement.

    Tulsa Courthouse
    GHLL Tulsa County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project - Tulsa County AHGP
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by Wikipedia
    4. Genealogy Forum - Tulsa County, OK Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
    5. Society/Museum/Assn - (Broken Arrow Genealogical Society / Broken Arrow, OKK)
    6. Society/Museum/Assn - (Tulsa County Genealogical Society & Library / Tulsa, OK)
    7. US/OKGenWeb site - Tulsa County Archives
    8. US/OKGenWeb - Tulsa County Genealogy & History
    9. Vital Records - Tulsa County Clerk, 500 South Denver, Tulsa, OK 74103-3826.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Washington County (north), Rogers County (northeast), Wagoner County
             (southeast), Okmulgee County (south), Creek County (west), Pawnee
                County
    and Osage County (northwest), Muskogee County (southeast).

        1932 Yearbook - The Tom Tom, Tulsa Central High School, Tulsa.
        Tulsa (city) - Growing Up With Tulsa: An online book by Opal Kern Schad
        Tulsa County - Township maps, history, libraries, etc.



  • Wagoner County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 26, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Oklahoma Territory.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Wagoner, Oklahoma

    County history - Wagoner County is thought to be named for Wagoner, Oklahoma, which in turn, was possibly named for Bailey P. Waggoner, attorney of the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, the line of which led to the town's establishment.

    Wagoner Courthouse
    1. Wagoner County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Wagoner County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Wagoner County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Wagoner County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Wagoner County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Wagoner County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Wagoner County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Wagoner County Vital Records - Wagoner County Clerk, 307 East Cherokee, Wagoner, OK 74467-4729.


  • Washington County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 26, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Oklahoma Territory.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Bartlesville, Oklahoma

    County history - Washington County is named in honor of George Washington (February 22, 1732 - December 14, 1799) served as the first President of the United States from 1789 to 1797 and as the commander of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War from 1775 to 1783. Because of his significant role in the revolution and in the formation of the United States, he is often revered by Americans as the "Father of Our Country".

    Washington Courthouse
    1. Washington County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Washington County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Washington County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
    4. Washington County - Genealogical/Historical Society  (Washington Co. Historical Society & Museum/ Dewey, OK)
    5. Washington County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    6. Washington County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    7. Washington County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    8. Washington County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    9. Washington County Vital Records - Washington County Clerk, 420 South Johnstone, Bartlesville, OK 74003-6605.


  • Washita County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Mar 10, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian Nation Lands in 1892 and designated as County "H" before statehood.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Cordell, Oklahoma

    County history - Washita County is named The Washita River, a river in Texas and Oklahoma.

    Washita Courthouse
    1. Washita County - American History & Genealogy Project
    2. Washita County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Washita County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
          Washita County Historical Society
          105 East First, P.O. Box 440
          Cordell, OK 73632

    4. Washita County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Washita County - US/OKGenWeb site (None found online at the time of this update.)
    6. Washita County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Washita County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Washita County Vital Records - Washita County Clerk, P.O. Box 380, Cordell, OK 7363.


  • Woods County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  May 26, 2010
  • Formed from:  portions of Oklahoma Territory lands.
    Established:  xx-xxx-1893
    County Seat:  Alva, Oklahoma

    County history - Woods County is named in honor of Kansas populist leader, Sam Wood.

    Woods Courthouse
    1. Woods County - American History & Genealogy Project (None found online at the time of this update.)
    2. Woods County - Cities/Towns/Townships:  From Wikipedia
    3. Woods County - Genealogical/Historical Society (None found online at the time of this update.)
          Woods County Genealogical Society
          P. O. Box 234
          Alva, OK 73717

    4. Woods County - US/OKGenWeb site:  (Archives)
    5. Woods County - US/OKGenWeb site:  Genealogy & History
    6. Woods County - Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)

      Additional Local History/Genealogy:
    7. Woods County Cemeteries - Listings (county & cemetery); may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    8. Woods County Vital Records - Woods County Clerk, P.O. Box 386, Alva, OK 73717.


  • Woodward County, Oklahoma —
    Information Updated for:  Nov 29, 2011
  • Formed from:  portions of Native American [Indian] lands.
    Established:  16-Nov-1907
    County Seat:  Woodward, Oklahoma

    County history - Woodward County is named for a Santa Fe Railway Company station named in honor of one of the company's directors, B.W. Woodward.

    Woodward Courthouse
    GHLL Woodward County Package:
    1. American History & Genealogy Project - Woodward County AHGP
    2. Cemetery Listings - may include photos, records, name lists, etc..
    3. Cities/Towns/Townships - compiled by Wikipedia
    4. Genealogy Forum - Woodward County, OK Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
    5. Society/Museum/Assn - (Northwest Oklahoma Genealogy Society / Woodward, OK)
    6. US/OKGenWeb site - Woodward County Archives
    7. US/OKGenWeb - Woodward County Genealogy & History
    8. Woodward County Vital Records - Woodward County Clerk, 1600 Main Street Suite 8, Woodward, OK 73801-3046.
    Additional Local History/Genealogy:
        Adjacent counties (GHLL listings):
             Woods County (northeast), Major County (east), Dewey County (south),
             Ellis County (west), Harper County (northwest).



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