[APG Public List] Oklahoma Censuses, Tax Lists, Etc.?

Barb Wylie barb at johnwylie.com
Sun Jun 6 14:28:44 MDT 2010

Goodspeed's History of Lawrence County, 1888, can be read at
rootsweb.ancesty.com/~molawre2. Even if you don't find the family named in
this book, you will gain valuable information about the area that may point
you in the right direction.


Consider, too, that Lawrence County is just one county away from three
states: Kansas, Arkansas and, as you mentioned, what became Oklahoma.


Barbara Brixey Wylie

APG Member, Texas. 



From: apgpubliclist-bounces+barb=johnwylie.com at apgen.org
[mailto:apgpubliclist-bounces+barb=johnwylie.com at apgen.org] On Behalf Of
Donna McR
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2010 11:00 AM
To: APG Assn of Prof Genealogists
Subject: [APG Public List] Oklahoma Censuses, Tax Lists, Etc.?




I am trying to find a family which should be listed in Missouri (or
elsewhere--I've searched all states) in the censuses of 1870 and 1880.  I
have searched literally everywhere within the U.S. for the family as a
group, as well as for individuals in the family who might be living apart
from the main family.  I have done all the wildcard searches, variant first
and last names, mis-spelled names, etc.


Their daughter married in Lawrence County, in the southwest corner of
Missouri in 1885.  This is one county away from the Oklahoma border.  I am
wondering if this family might have been in Oklahoma (i.e., one of the
Indian Nations/Indian Territory) in 1870-1880.  She was underage, and the
marriage consent in Missouri was given by a person apparently not her
parent.  She married a man of her same surname, and I am wondering if she
was actually visiting Lawrence County relatives when they met.


I have consulted Red Book, Val Greenwood's guide, etc., and am not getting
leads on anything that might help.  Perhaps even there I'm missing


Are there any tax lists, tribal censuses that included the non-native
population, etc., that might help me search for this couple 1870-1880?


They might have been Native American in part, but I doubt it.  However, I
understand that non-natives made agreements with the Indian tribes to use
farmland and pastureland before non-native settlement officially was allowed
in 1889.


Any suggestions very much appreciated.


Warmest Regards,



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