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Welcome to
Curry County Genealogy Trails


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This County is available for adoption!

Thank you to Robyn Greenlund for all of the wonderful work she has done on the page!

 Our goal at Genealogy Trails is to transcribe and post genealogical source data so that family researchers can track their ancestors through time, throughout the country.  If you should have any questions, comments or contributions, please email me through the main page. 

All data we come across will be added to this site. We thank you for visiting and hope you'll come back again to view the updates we make to this site.

County Data

Births
Biographies
Books
1898 History of Coos and Curry Counties
edited by Orvil Dodge
Cemeteries
Census
Chuckwagon
Recipe Index from Local Cookbooks (future)
Headstone Submissions
History
Illness/Injury

Mailing List

Marriages
Military
Miscellaneous

Newspaper Clippings

Obituaries

Obituary Submissions

Schools
Towns

Updates
October 27, 2012
 

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                                                          Beach Lily
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Curry County Flower
The Easter Lily

Named after Territorial Governor George L. Curry, the county was a part of “Coose” [sic] County until it was created in 1855. Port Orford was the county seat until 1859 when it was replaced by Ellensburg (it was later renamed Gold Beach).

Over 95% of all bulbs grown for the potted Easter Lily market are produced by just ten farms in a narrow coastal region straddling the California-Oregon border, from Smith River, California up to Brookings, Oregon, making the lily a recognized symbol of this beautiful area.


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Port
                                                          Orford White
                                                          Cedar-1911
Port Orford White Cedar-1911
A magnificent stand of mixed Port Orford white cedar and fir timber located in Curry County, Oregon, on the property of the C.A. Smith Timber Company. A fair example of the mixture of fir and cedar growth on Curry County lands" (American Lumberman 1911)


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Check out our Genealogy Trails websites for these neighboring counties:

Coos County

Coos County

Douglas County

Douglas County

Josephine County

Josephine County

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