Custer County, Oklahoma
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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.
- Custer City
Custer County Online Data
Dewey County (north)
Blaine County (east)
Caddo County (southeast)
Washita County (south)
Beckham County (southwest)
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