to Delaware County,
Oklahoma Genealogy Trails!
Dedicated to Free Genealogy
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
This county is available for adoption!
If you are interested in joining Genealogy Trails
as the host of any of our county websites,
view our Volunteer
Page for all the ins and outs of
becoming a host.
(Enough knowledge to make a basic webpage and a desire to transcribe data
Dust off your family scrapbooks!
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.
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in northeastern Oklahoma, Delaware County is bordered on the east by
McDonald County, Missouri, and Benton County, Arkansas, on the south by
Adair and Cherokee counties, on the west by Mayes and Craig counties,
and on the north by Ottawa County. U.S. Highway 59 crosses the region
north and south. The Cherokee Turnpike, also U.S. Highway 412, crosses
the southern end of Delaware County. Other important routes include
State Highways 10, 20, 28, 85, 116, 125, and 127. The
county lies on the western slopes of the Ozark Plateau, an area of
forests, prairies, and farm land. The Grand River and Elk River are the
major water courses in the county's northern portion, while Flint Creek
and the Illinois River drain
in the southern part. The Ozark limestone holds no oil nor any minerals
but provides an abundant supply of water. The county's total land and
water area is 792.33 square miles.
CITIES & TOWNS
Brush Creek; Bull Hollow; Cayuga; Cleora; Cloud Creek; Colcord;
Copeland; Dennis; Dodge; Dripping Springs; Flint Creek; Grove; Jay;
Kansas; Leach; New Eucha; Oaks; Old Eucha; Rocky Ford; Sycamore; Tagg
Flats; Twin Oaks; West Siloam Springs; Zena