Alfalfa County, Oklahoma!
County Coordinator  Marty Myers


This website is part of the OkGenWeb  -   USGenWeb Project. 
Alfalfa County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma.  Its county seat is Cherokee, Oklahoma. 


Adjacent Counties


Barber County, Kansas

Woods County, Oklahoma 

Major County, Oklahoma

Harper County,  Kansas

Grant County, Oklahoma

Garfield County, Oklahoma


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 Map of Alfalfa County:


County Formation Maps


Research Resources:


Alfalfa County Court House, City County Library and Alfalfa County Museum

Cherokee City-County Library

New Location

 123 N. Grand

Cherokee, OK
New Hours
Mon-Thurs 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Fri - 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Sat - 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.   
Research Information:  Located in Library

          Microfilm of Alfalfa County Newspapers.  
Census on  Microfilm  New Microfilm Reader/Printer in place
          Abstracts from Newspapers.
         Alfalfa County History Book   Compiled by the Alfalfa County Historical  Society.  Printed in 1976
         Alfalfa County Cemetery Book  Compiled by The Cherokee Volunteer  Strip League  Alva, Ok.  1993
         Woods County Cemetery Book   Compiled by The Cherokee Volunteer Strip League Alva, Ok. 1983

Cherokee Early Years" .
     Published by the Cherokee  Publishing Co. Compiled by Marty Myers  2001
For more details about the book
  Contact Marty Myers

Alfalfa County Courthouse

300 South Grand
Cherokee, Oklahoma 73728-8000
Pho. 580-596-2392
County Court Clerk     Pho. 580-596-3523
Probates, Marriage, Divorce Records. Land Records  
County Commissioners Office
  School Census 580-596- 2392
County Clerk               Pho. 580-596-3158
Land Records


Alfalfa County Museum & Historical Society (Closed)
117 W. Main Cherokee, Ok. 73728
580-596-2960 If no answer 580-596-2739 Marty  My cell is 580-884-2009
Hours are subject to change. Call before you come.
Email    Museum

Research information.
Family Histories, Alfalfa County History Book, Alfalfa County Cemetery Book, Pictures.
The Historical Society has a   Microfilm Reader/Printer located at the museum.
Limited Obituaries of Alfalfa County Deaths.


U Ranch Monument

This monument marks the headquarters of Major Andrew Drumm's 150,000 acre ranch in the Cherokee Outlet.

Directions: From Cherokee: 6 miles north and 2 1/2 miles east.


Sod House Museum

At one time thousands of sod houses dotted the plains region of North America. This "soddy " built by Marshal McCully in 1894 is the only one still standing in Oklahoma that was built by a homesteader. The soddy remains in its original location and a metal building has been erected around the soddy to preserve it from the elements. The sod house is open for walk through observation.

From Cleo Springs: 4 1/2 miles north on State Hwy. 8. 
From Aline: 1 mile east, 21/2 miles south on State Highway 8

Admissions: Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., free.

Phone: 405-463-2441



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Alfalfa Couny Coordiator
Marty Myers

OKGenWeb State Coordinator
Linda Simpson

Assistant State Coordinator 
Mel Owings