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Yellowstone County, Montana

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  • Elizebeth Marie Jackson (c.1918 - 2005)
  • John Morse Gotschall (1926 - 1991)
    SOURCE: Death Certificate: ' The Billings Gazette, (MT.) 1/6/1991 Sunday Page 10 John M. Gotschall The love that John M. Gotschall had for his children and family was a pure love. When troubles arose...
  • Herbert Orlando "Herb" Tjaaland (1919 - 1972)
    Big Timber Pioneer, June 27, 1972 Herbert O. Tjaaland Funeral services were held in Big Timber on Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. from the Lowry Funeral Home for Herbert O, Tjaaland, 52, who died Monday ...
  • Curtis Everett Felix (1958 - 1988)
  • Doris Mae Dennis (1939 - 2018)

Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Yellowstone County, Montana.

Official Website

Established in 1883, Yellowstone County is named for the Yellowstone River which roughly bisects the county, flowing southwest to northeast. The river in turn was named after the yellow Sandstone cliffs in what is now Yellowstone County.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

Acton | Anita | Ballantine | Billings (County Seat) | Billings Heights | Broadview | Bull Mountain | Comanche | Coulson | Custer | Hesper | Homewood Park | Huntley | Indian Arrow | Laurel | Lockwood | Mossmain | Mountain View Colony | Newton | Nibbe | Osborn | Pompey's Pillar | Rimrock | Shepherd | Waco | Worden | Yegen



Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

Nez Perce Nat'l Hist. Park (part)

Pompey's Pillar National Monument


Yellowstone County Museum