Dedicated to the Memory of Combs &c. founder Carole Hammett (1946-2009)
This Combs &c. Web Site is Generously Hosted by Click Here to Join USGenNet
We Support Free Nonprofit Genealogy and History on the Internet

Last updated 20 Jun 2009
You are Our 6602nd Visitor Since Our Move
Please Email Additions/Corrections to Webmaster


The United States acquired the area in the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Oklahoma then became part of the Indian Territory, except for the Panhandle which remained under Spanish control. Oklahoma became part of the Missouri Territory in 1812. In the 1820s, the federal government began sending Indians to the area from Alabama, Georgia, Flordia, and Mississippi. The state was divided among the five nations: Creek, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Seminole. Most of Oklahoma became part of the Arkansas Territory in 1819, while the Panhandle became part of Mexico following its independence from Spain in 1821. The western part of the Lousiana Purchase, including the Arkansas Territory, was designated as Indian Territory in 1830. When the United States annexed the Republic of Texas, the Panhandle of Oklahoma, which became “No Man's Land” was included as it was unattached to any territory. Oklahoma's first Land Rush was in 1889. The territorial government was established in 1890. The capitol of Oklahoma is Oklahoma City. On November 16, 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state.


Oklahoma Census
1900 (soundex) 1910 (soundex) 1920 (soundex) 1930 (soundex)

Combs &c. Oklahoma Counties of Record

Earliest Combs to OKRecords
Oklahoma LandBLM Land
Native American & Indian Territory Records
(including Dawes and Guion Miller & Census)
Records
AdairRecords
BeaverRecords
BryanRecords
CaddoRecords
CanadianRecords
CarterRecords
CherokeeRecords
ChoctawRecords
ClevelandRecords
ComancheRecords
CreekRecords
DeweyRecords
GarfieldRecords
GreerRecords
HughesRecords
JeffersonRecords
KayRecords
LatimerRecords
LincolnRecords
LoganRecords
McClainRecords
McIntoshRecords
Muskogee New 30 Jan 2009Records
OklahomaRecords
OsageRecords
PayneRecords
PottawatomieRecords
SeminoleRecords
SequoyaRecords
WashingtonRecords
WashitaRecords
WoodsRecords
WoodwardRecords

Search Oklahoma Statewide

Match: Format: Sort by:

Search:


Search Oklahoma by County

Match: Format: Sort by:

Select County to Search:

Enter Search Word(s) and Click Search:


Definitions

FieldOptionExplanation
MatchAllA match is reported if ALL specified words occur in a single document.
AnyA match is reported if ANY specified word occur in a document.
BooleanRefined search supporting and, or, and not. (e.g. car and (blue or green) not expensive)
FormatLongDisplay links and part of the text for each matching document.
ShortDisplay only links for each matching document.
SortScoreOrder all matches based on how closely they match the search terms.
TimeTry to order all matches so the newest come first.
Reverse TimeTry to order all matches so the oldest come first.

Join Combs &c. in Support of USGenNet
— an IRS-approved nonprofit web-hosting service —

Combs &c. Research FamiliesCombs Research Group Proud Patron of USGenNetJoin USGenNet

This site is hosted by USGenNet, a nonprofit web-hosting service solely supported by tax-deductible donations. If this website has provided you with useful information, please consider making a donation to USGenNet to help keep sites like this online.

NOTICE: The Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and complies fully with USGenNet’s Conditions of Use. This Combs &c. Research Report has been provided for the free use of those engaged in non-commercial genealogical research by the nonprofit Combs Research Group. Any and all commercial use is strictly prohibited. Researchers are encouraged to copy and distribute this work freely, but with the proviso that it may only be copied and circulated in its entirety — including this notice, and all sources, bibliographies and credits; and excepting electronically in which case permission is freely granted to link to this site instead. Sincerely, The Combs &c. Research Group, Email: Webmaster.

© 1996-2010 Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group