OHCE State Website:
OSU - Oklahoma County Extension:
Oklahoma County Assessor:
Search Oklahoma County property records
Oklahoma County Clerk:
Search Oklahoma County Registrar of Deeds
Oklahoma History Center:
Oklahoma Historical Society:
Metropolitan Library System, Serving Oklahoma County:
OHCE Genealogy Group's Favorite/Most Useful Websites
1. www.sos.mo.gov/archives for Missouri birth and death records.
2. www.findagrave.com It is a great site for uploading your family tombstone images or viewing those that have been uploaded by others.
3. www.usgwarchives.net/ok/okfiles.htm USGenWeb archives site.
4. www.usgwtombstones.org/oklahoma/oklahoma.html for OK tombstone transcriptions.
5. www.proni.gov.uk PRONI (Public Records Office of Northern Ireland) for researching ancestors in Northern Ireland.
6. www.rootsweb.com Search for a name in this collection of thousands of submitter's databases.
7. www.davidrumsey.com Historic maps collection.
8. www.ancestry.com Although a subscription service, free access is available through the Metro Library System,
at the Oklahoma History Center research library, at LDS Family History Centers, and at other local historical society centers as well.
Sapulpa Genealogy Club:
Pittsburg County Genealogial and Historical Society:
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs:
Deadliest Oklahoma Tornadoes
Monument Companies of Oklahoma
County Maps for All Oklahoma Counties:
County Maps at ok.gov
For Tombstone Transcriptions of Oklahoma County cemeteries, go to our
Another link to Tombstone Transcriptions and Tombstone Photos is
Jan Beattie encourages everyone who has any cemetery photos of any ancestors' graves anywhere (not just Oklahoma)
to upload their gravestone photos to sites like FindaGrave to create memorials for their ancestors.
You can also link your ancestor to their parents and siblings. A FindaGrave memorial can also be done for your
ancestors who are buried in unmarked graves, buried at sea or whose burial locations are unknown. Even if someone else
has already created a memorial for your relative, you may add additional information or photographs that can be added
to make a more complete memorial. This is an excellent way to honor your ancestors and perhaps meet new kin or
even gain new knowledge about your family history. Many times the tombstone photographs are uploaded by an
individual or local group transcribing cemeteries and may not actually have any connection to your relative.
Most are usually happy to allow you to take over "management" of the memorial. Oftentimes, they are thrilled
that you have additional information and are agreeable to adding it or even transferring management responsibilities to you.
Other links for Tombstone Transcriptions: