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General Information On Oklahoma Genealogy Records
If you are looking for information to create Oklahoma genealogy records, there are a few great resources you can find to help you. To create a genealogy record for your family, you will need to gather information about the births, deaths, marriages and even divorces that happened in your family and use that to help you to find lost family members and other information. You can then use this information to create a family tree, one that can answer many of the questions you may have. The right information is important to this search though. To find it, you will need to invest time into locating a variety of records from various resources.
 
A good place to start for Oklahoma genealogy records is with the state. The state does have a file that contains virtually all information about those who are born or die in the state. It did not always have this information, though. In the state, the recording of births and deaths at the state level did not happen until 1908. It would take some time, nearly 20 years in fact, for total compliance to be put in place. That means that during this time, there may be some missing information. Marriage registration is still kept at the state level.
 
If you are looking for any data on the births or deaths of individuals in the state from 1908 onward, you will want to write to or visit the following location:
Oklahoma Department of Health
Division of Vital Records
1000 Northeast 10th Street
Room 117
PO Box 53551
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152
 
If you are looking for records from prior to this time, you can look to the state's towns and clerk's offices. These resources are often the most thorough because the towns almost always collected this information. Records are often available through the 1800's and earlier at the town level.
 
In addition to these resources, you will find Oklahoma genealogy records available through other sources. For example, some of the cemeteries in the state are very old. Some of them have records of those buried there, but also about the families that purchased plots or that may have numerous members. For example, in LeFlore County, the Conser Community Cemetery can be a good option. In Oklahoma County, the Catholic cemeteries are a good option. In addition, the Catholic and Baptist churches throughout the state are excellent resources. These often offer information about the life and death of family members, including marriage documents.
 
You will find other ways to gather Oklahoma genealogy records. The state did participate in the 1910 Census, which may help you to learn more about your family. You may also want to use the biographies form the 1800's and before to help you, including those from the Cherokee Indian tribes. You can also find information through military records, including the Republic of Texas War Records, the Spanish American War Records and the 1840 Pensioners Database. The more resources you have, the more opportunities you have to create that family tree.
Oklahoma Genealogy Records
  • Oklahoma Historical Society

    Oklahoma Historical Society
    2401 N. Laird Ave.
    Oklahoma City, OK 73105
  • State Archives

    Archives & Records Management Divisions
    200 NE 18th
    Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3298
    p (405) 522-3577
    f (405) 525-7804
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