Genealogy Projects tagged with Oklahoma on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Margaret J George vs. Cherokee Nation

    This project collects the facts from the fifteen-year-long crusade (Court docket #314) pursued by Margaret J. George , in which she claims that her ancestor Andrew Miller was a Cherokee Indian by blood, who lived in the State of Tennessee among the Cherokee Nation. George and her family lived for years in Indian Territory through the 1890s, and some facts do align for her claim about her father...

  • Seneca - Onödowá’ga:’

    The Seneca or Onödowá’ga:’ (pronounced: Oh-n'own-dough-wahgah) or "Great Hill People" are a group of Indigenous Iroquoian-speaking people who historically lived south of Lake Ontario, one of the five Great Lakes in North America. Their nation was the farthest to the west within the Six Nations or Iroquois League (Haudenosaunee) in New York before the American Revolution. They were the largest ...

  • Greer County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Greer County, Oklahoma. The county was assigned to the Oklahoma Territory on May 4, 1896. It was named for former Texas lieutenant governor, John A. Greer. Adjacent Counties Beckham County Kiowa County Harmon County Jackson County Cities, Towns & Communities Brinkman Granite Mangum (County Seat) Reed Wil...

  • Muskogee County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Muskogee County, Oklahoma.The county was formed in 1907 and was named for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. The official spelling of the name was changed to Muskogee by the post office in 1900.At the start of the U. S. Civil War, Confederate troops of the Cherokee and Creek Home Guards built Fort Davis, across the Arkansas River from Fort ...

  • Greenwood Cemetery, Weatherford, Oklahoma

    This cemetery is located on Highway 54 & Davis Road, Weatherford, Custer County, Oklahoma. Find a Grave OK Cemeteries

  • Greenwood Cemetery, Eufaula, Oklahoma

    The Asbury Cemetery was located in McIntosh County, Oklahoma in Sec 25, T10N, R18E. Lake Eufaula was created in the 1960's and the graves were moved. Reinterment was made to this Greenwood Cemetery in Sec 35, T10N, R16E. This cemetery is also known as Eufaula Cemetery . Find a Grave OK Cemeteries

  • Greenhill Cemetery, Muskogee, Oklahoma

    During the early days of Muskogee the City Cemetery was located at the corner of Sixth Street and Martin Luther King Blvd., in the parking lot directly across the street (West) from the old Baptist Hospital. It was known as the Muskogee Burial Association Cemetery. In the latter part of the 1890's City leaders could see the need for a larger cemetery and began making plans to obtain the acreage...

  • Grant County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Grant County, Oklahoma. Official Website Grant County was part of the Cherokee Nation's Cherokee Outlet until it was opened to non-Indian settlers in response to public demand on September 16, 1893. Settlers named the county after President Ulysses S. Grant in a general election held November 6, 1894. Wakita was featured in the 1...

  • Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.= Official Website =The county was established in 1890 and was originally called County Two. It was originally inhabited by members of the indigenous nations of the Southern Plains, but by the 1830s the land would become part of the territory assigned to the Seminoles and Creeks after their removal from thei...

  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.= Official Website = History Oklahoma City is the county seat of Oklahoma County. It is often just called "OKC" and is located in the Great Plains region of the US.Oklahoma City has one of the world's largest livestock markets. Oil, natural gas, petroleum products and related industries are its economy's larges...

  • Geary Cemetery, Geary, Oklahoma

    At the junction of Highway 281/8 & Highway 270 East (also known as South Street), turn west and go seven tenths of a mile to the cemetery. It is on the Blaine County side of the Blaine County/Canadian County border. Find a Grave OK Cemeteries

  • Garvin County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Garvin County, Oklahoma. Garvin County came into existence on November 16, 1907, the day Oklahoma became a state. The county was named for Samuel J. Garvin, a local Chickasaw rancher, merchant and banker. Its economy is largely based on farming, ranching and oil production. Adjacent Counties Carter County Murray County Ste...

  • Garfield County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Garfield County, Oklahoma. Official Website Prior to the Land Run of 1893, Garfield County, named for President James A. Garfield, was named O County and was part of the Cherokee Outlet, occupied by the Cherokee people following the Treaty of New Echota and the Cherokee trail of tears. Historically, the area was a hunting ground fo...

  • GAR Cemetery, Miami, Oklahoma

    Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Cemetery is owned and operated by the City of Miami. The cemetery consists of 86 acres with more than 20,000 burial plots currently in place, with the oldest recorded and legibly marked grave dated 1892. Official Website The Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Cemetery is located on the west side of U.S. HWY 69 (Historic U.S. Route 66) on the northside o...

  • American Old West

    Wikipedia Designed to capture contributors and participants in America's expansion westward from the east coast. Including politicians, newsmen, explorers, founding fathers, frontiersmen, mountainmen, railroadmen, lawmen, outlaws, gunfighters, etc. Notable people of the American Old West Artists Frederic Remington - Artist who specialized in the American Old West Explorers Sa...

  • Fort Gibson National Cemetery

    Wikipedia Fort Gibson National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located inside of the town of Fort Gibson, in Muskogee County, Oklahoma. Find a Grave

  • Marlow Cemetery, Marlow, Oklahoma

    The Marlow Cemetery is on E. Memorial Drive (locally known as Cemetery Drive), east of U.S. Highway 81 (The Chisholm Trail) between the Railroad and Ash Street, and is on both sides of Cemetery Drive. Marlow Cemetery is located in Stephens County, Oklahoma and is over 80 acres. Find a Grave OK Cemeteries

  • Stephens County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Stephens County, Oklahoma. Official Website Stephens County was created at statehood from portions of both Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory. About two-thirds of the area came from Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, in the Indian Territory,[4] and the western third came from Comanche County, Oklahoma Territory. Drilling for o...

  • Latimer County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Latimer County, Oklahoma.= Official Website = History In 1831, the area now known as Latimer County was organized as part of the Choctaw Nation in the Indian Territory after the Choctaw were removed by the federal government from their traditional territory in the American Southeast. Following statehood Latimer County's boundaries wer...

  • Oklahoma counties, cities and towns

    This project is part of the State of Oklahoma Portal. ==About the Project=Please use this project to add, research, document, and discuss your ancestors from Oklahoma. You can add profiles for:* People born in Oklahoma* People who lived in Oklahoma* People who died in OklahomaWhen you find helpful resources for research, please share them here so that others can benefit.If you have projects rel...

  • Fort Sill

    Fort Sill is a United States Army post north of Lawton, Oklahoma, about 85 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. It covers almost 94,000 acres. The fort was first built during the Indian Wars. It is designated as a National Historic Landmark and serves as home of the United States Army Field Artillery School as well as the Marine Corps' site for Field Artillery MOS school, United States Army Air D...

  • Fairlawn Cemetery, Stillwater, Oklahoma

    Starting in the late 1800's Fairlawn is the oldest cemetery in Stillwater. Within an area of forty acres of beautiful land lies over 11,000 interments. In the older sections you will find the final resting places of pioneers who founded and helped build the early town of Stillwater. Many streets and landmarks are named after these early pioneers and leaders. Throughout Fairlawn are many educato...

  • Fairlawn Cemetery, Comanche, Oklahoma

    In Stephens County, travel south from Duncan on Highway 81 to Cattleman's Road. Turn east and travel to the intersection of Cattleman's Road and old Highway 81. The gate to the old section of Fairlawn is directly east of this intersection. The "New" Fairlawn cemetery is about 2/10 mile further south on old Highway 81. Find a Grave OK Cemeteries Billion Graves

  • Lincoln County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Lincoln County, Oklahoma. History The Osage hunted on land that includes present-day Lincoln County until they ceded the area in an 1825 treaty to the federal government. The government then assigned the land to the Creek and the Seminoles after they were removed from the southeastern United States. Following Quapaw removal in 1834, s...

  • Comanche County, Oklahoma

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Comanche County, Oklahoma. Official Website The county was created in 1901 as part of Oklahoma Territory. It was named for the Comanche tribal nation. Built on former reservation lands of the Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache in Indian Territory, Comanche County was open for settlement on August 16, 1901 by lottery. The region has three...

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