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County Coordinator - Harold D. Massey State Coordinator - Ron Henson Assistant State Coordinator - Bobbi Dunn
County Archivist - Harold D. Massey State Archivist - Gene Phillips

McCurtain County, Oklahoma was formed in 1907 from Choctaw lands. Birth records are available from 1908, marriage records from 1907, and death records since 1908. Land and court records are on file from 1907. Probate records exist since 1917.

The address for the courthouse is:

McCurtain County Courthouse
108 N Central Ave
Idabel, Oklahoma 74745
(580) 286-3693

 

 

 

 


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Links to surrounding counties:

Choctaw County, OK Pushmataha County, OK LeFlore County, OK Little River County, AR
Sevier County, AR Polk County, AR Red River County, TX Bowie County, TX
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McCurtain County Towns

America Battiest Bethel Bokhoma Broken Bow
Eagletown Garvin Glover Golden Goodwater
Harris Haworth Hochatown Idabel Millerton
Moon Pickens Plunkettville Ringold Rufe
Sherwood Smithville Tom Valliant Watson
Wright City        

McCurtain County Populated Places according to the USGS GNIS site

 


The area we now know to be McCurtain County was once part of a larger district of the Choctaw Nation. The County was named for Green McCurtain, Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation from 1896 to 1900 and then again from 1902 to 1910.

Though he never actually lived within what is now McCurtain County, the county was named for him and his family (McCurtain's) that included also two District Chiefs and three Principal Chiefs.

Thanks to: John Ray


The town of Tom and America were founded and named after my ancestor. Tom was named after Thomas Alexander Stewart and America was named for Thomas's wife America Armanda Suggs Stewart. Thomas was born in Miss/TN and Amercia was born in AL. I have both on my web page at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~janet
Submitted by: Janet Ariciu (monkey@getgoin.net)


The Oklahoma Genealogical Society has a "First Families" application at: First Families of the Twin territories.   An Invitation to Descendants of the Early Settlers of Oklahoma. If you can prove each generation of your lineage back to an individual who settled in one of Oklahoma's territories on or before 16 November 1907, you are eligible for membership in First Families of the Twin Territories.


McCurtain County Resources

McCurtain County 1997 Queries
McCurtain County Surnames
McCurtain County Cemetery List (List only not linked)
McCurtain County Cemeteries (from USGS GNIS site)
Virtual Cemetery
McCurtain County Archive Page Marriages, Obits, Cemeteries, etc.
McCurtain County Libraries
McCurtain County Pictures
McCurtain County Mailing List
1890 Oklahoma Territory Census Index
Wanda Will do look-ups in McCurtain Co. Marriage Records from November 1907 to July 15, 1910..Please do not ask for other years as this is all I have in booklet form..
McCurtain County Information Overview, population characteristics, utilities, labor force, transportation, housing, tax structure,...
McCurtain County Census Bureau Quickfacts
Choctaw Nation Directory of Services
McCurtain County Obits Link
Oklahoma Adoption Information Site

Annette Corbell <accorbell@hotmail.com> is  willing to do lookups (for a fee) in OK, AR, MO & KS.. 
I'm willing to do just about any kind of genealogical research anyone wants.
In addition my family lived in Mayes County. They were the Wynns listed there in 1910 and continuing unto current day. I also research the Peckenpaugh family who are from Mayes County. In Cherokee County, where do I even start, my husband's indian ancestors are buried in a cemetery just off Highway 82. His great great great grandfather was an interpreter for BIA when he first came to Indian Territory.
Web site is www.okiekin.com


Dierks Industries Co-Operator Newsletter Courtesy of Weyerhaeuser Archives Department


If you have any additions or corrections to this list, please send email to Harold Massey


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The Standard History of OKLAHOMA by Joseph Thoburn 1916 Index


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