to Custer County,
Oklahoma Genealogy Trails!
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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
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If you are interested in joining Genealogy Trails
as the host of any of our county websites,
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becoming a host.
(Enough knowledge to make a basic webpage and a desire to transcribe data
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We're looking for DATA for our sites!!!
We would very much like to make you
part of this project.
If you have information that you'd like to share about any town, family, county
please send it to us
and we'll make sure it gets posted to the right county.
Types of Data We're Looking to Post
Send transcribedbiographies, obituaries, vital records, census records, newspaper gleanings,
military records, or if you have walked cemeteries and have transcribed those
names and dates,and any other type of data you think would be helpful to
Us with your Data
Regretfully, we do not
have time to do research for anybody.
All data we come
across will be added to these site.
We thank you for visiting and hope you'll come back again
to view the updates we make to thesesites.
Custer County, Oklahoma was formed in 1892 from Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian lands. Birth records are available from 1908, marriage records from 1895, and death records since 1908. Land records exist since
1896, probate records since 1900, and court records are on file in the county courthouse since 1896. Prior to statehood Custer County was "Custer County, Oklahoma Territory." From the opening April 19, 1892 it was known as "G" County until county citizens voted November 1896 to name the county "Custer" after General George Armstrong Custer.
CITIES & TOWNS
Arapaho; Butler; Clinton; Custer City; Hammon; Indianapolis; Thomas; Wea