to Noble County,
Oklahoma Genealogy Trails!
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genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all
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please send it to us
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Send transcribedbiographies, obituaries, vital records, census records, newspaper gleanings,
military records, or if you have walked cemeteries and have transcribed those
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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.
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Noble County, Oklahoma is located in the north central part of the State of Oklahoma
the first white man to touch what is now Noble County, was James
Wilkinson, who with a small party descended the Arkansas River in small
canoes in 1806 and thus passed along the northeastern boundary of the
The Ponca Tribe is of the Dhegiha group of Siouan stock, closely related to the Osages, Kaw, Quapaw, and Omaha Tribes. They
originally came from Nebraska before permanently settling in what is now Kay and Noble Counties. (Source: Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 17, No. 1, March, 1939)
The county seat is Perry
CITIES AND TOWNS
Billings; Marland; Morrison; Perry; Red Rock