Latimer County, Oklahoma
County Officials

Early County Officials
County Seat: Wilburton
(Population 2,277)

County Officials

County Judge   L. K. Pounders, Democrat
County Clerk A. L. Perdue, Democrat
County Attorney W. P. McGinnis, Democrat
Register of Deeds E. L. Malone, Democrat
Clerk District Court Harry J. Adams, Democrat
Supt. Public Instruction Miss Alice Fleming•, Democrat
Sheriff J. Fred Lawrence, Democrat
County Treasurer John C. Evans, Democrat
County Surveyor A. A. Hendrickson, Democrat
County Assessor R. V. Allen, Democrat
County Commissioner H. E. Johnson, Democrat
  S. A. Skinner, Democrat
  Jack Cutler, Democrat
County Weigher J. D. Hartsfield, Democrat
•Miss Alice Fleming was burned to death in February, 1911.  
?A. A. O'Malley was appointed to fill the vacancy.  

1907

County Judge C. V. Peery, Democrat
County Clerk A. L. Perdue, Democrat
County Attorney W. P. McGinnis, Democrat
Register of Deeds E. L. Malone, Democrat
Clerk District Court H. J. Adams, Democrat
Supt. Public Instruction Miss Alice Fleming, Democrat
Sheriff John W. Riddle, Democrat
County Treasurer John C. Evans, Democrat
County Surveyor E. Marks, Democrat
County Surveyor H. E. Johnson, Democrat
County Commissioners J. H. Mahan, Democrat
  W. D. Fields, Democrat
  H. J. Williams, Democrat
Population 1907: 9,340
  1910: 11,321

History

Latimer County was originally a part of the old Choctaw Nation and was named in honor of James L. Latimer, member of the Constitutional Convention from District No. 99. It has an area of 756 square miles; comprised as follows, forest area 450 square miles, mountain area 56 square miles, and 250 square miles of farming area. Mining, agriculture, and stock raising are the principal industries.

Source: The Oklahoma Red Book, Volume 2, by Oklahoma (Ter) Legislative Assembly. Council 1912, transcribed by Sandy Denney



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