History and Genealogy
Gooding County, Idaho
Dedicated to Free Genealogy
website is part of the Genealogy Trails family and our goal is to help
you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and
historical data and placing it online for the free use of all
researchers. We gratefully accept contributions of raw data such as census information, obituaries,
marriage/birth/death records, county histories, biographies, old
newspaper items - anything that would help someone build their family
tree!! Feel free to email us with your contributions - every little bit helps someone!!
This county site needs a dedicated host to make this site the best that it can be!
If you think that you may be interested in volunteering to host this site, or any of the other sites we have available,
or to join our Genealogy Trails Transcription Team,
please view our Volunteer Information Page.
(A desire to transcribe data and the know-how to make a basic webpage is required)
Feel free to email us with any and all contributions that you may have - every little bit helps someone!
I regret that I am unable to do personal research.
Idaho Deaf & Blind School
A Little Bit of History
January 28, 1913 with its county seat at Gooding. Named for Frank R.
Gooding, pioneer sheep rancher, early mayor of the city of Gooding,
later Idaho Governor and U. S. Senator. Mountain men and fur traders
trapped the Malad River extensively in the early 1800s. Settlers came
to the rich agricultural lands of the Hagerman Valley in the 1860s.
Military: Korean War Casualties (Statewide) have been added.
Submit Cemetery Information
wonderful source of genealogical information that is very useful are
cemetery headstones. They provide key data such as dates of birth,
marriage information and dates of death. To submit headstone
information please click
Submit Obituary Information
are one of the most important tools used by researchers in tracing
their family roots. Please consider contributing any obituary
information that you may have by submitting them here
and filling out the transmittal form.
Please include your
email address should we have any questions.
|Visit Our National Site|
to look around at the other
states and consider donating your source information.
Be sure to join
our mailing lists for
researchers looking to connect and share information. You never know
who you might meet and what family data they may share with you -- it
could start a whole new branch of the family! We also use the mailing
lists to announce our website updates.
Copyright © Genealogy
data on this website is Copyright by Genealogy Trails with full rights
reserved for original submitters.
No data is to be copied to other websites without permission.