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Haskell County.

Haskell County, located in east-central Oklahoma, was named after Charles N. Haskell, Oklahoma’s first governor.  In 1831, the Choctaw tribe began moving into the new Choctaw Nation, located in present-day Haskell County.  During the Civil War, Camp Pike was a Confederate base in the county and a series of Civil War skirmishes took place in the area.  The Midland Valley Railroad Company and the Fort Smith and Western Railway were brought to the area in the early 1900s to support the coal mining industry.  The Haskell County Historical Society Museum in Stigler features displays and records of Haskell County history.  Lake John Wells offers campsites, fishing and other activities. 

In 2000, census records showed 11,792 people living in Haskell County.  Countless resources exist for tracing genealogy in Haskell County including legal records and cemetery records.  For more information about genealogy in Haskell County, resources are provided below.

 

Haskell County Courthouse Information

Detailed Map of Haskell County

Existing Towns in Haskell County

Ghost Towns in Haskell County

Cemeteries in Haskell County

Libraries in Haskell County

Historic Newspaper Archives of Haskell County

Add'l Genealogy Resources for Haskell County

Places to Visit in Haskell County

 

Haskell County Courthouse Information

 

Haskell County Clerk
202 E. Main St.
Stigler, OK  74462
Telephone:  (918) 967-4352

Directions:  On the square at E. Main and SE 3rd St.

Records available:  Court Clerk has marriage, divorce, probate and civil court records from 1907; County Clerk has land records. 

 

Detailed Map of Haskell County

 

Search for cemeteries, highways and scenic sites, or examine county and township lines with this detailed map of Haskell County.

 

Existing Towns in Haskell County

 

The following towns and cities are located in present day Haskell County, Oklahoma.

 

Keota

Kinta

McCurtain

Stigler

Tamaha

  

Ghost Towns in Haskell County

 

The following towns and cities either no longer exist in Haskell County or are still populated, but significantly less so than in years past.  These towns and cities are commonly referred to as "ghost towns."

 

 San Bois

Whitefield

   

   

Cemeteries in Haskell County

 

The following cemeteries are located in present day Haskell County, Oklahoma.

 

Antioch Cemetery

Barker-Henson Cemetery

Beaver Mountain
Cemetery

Blaine Cemetery

Bonham Cemetery

Brinson-Cooper
Cemetery

Brooken Cemetery

Cache Cemetery

Cane Creek Cemetery

Cooper-Woodridge
Cemetery

Enterprise Cemetery

Eston Greenwood
Cemetery

Folsom Cemetery

Garden of Memories (AKA Miners Cemetery)

Garden of Memories
Cemetery

Garland Cemetery

Gorham Lequire Family Cemetery

Haskell Cemetery

Hisaw Bottom Cemetery

Hoyt Community
Cemetery

Iron Bridge Cemetery

Keota Cemetery

Kinta (AKA Watkins)
Cemetery

Kissing Hands Cemetery

Lace Family Cemetery

Lamon Perry Cemetery

Lewisville Cemetery

Little San Bois Cemetery

Lona Valley Cemetery

Martin Family Cemetery

Milton Cemetery

Mountain Home (AKA
Hughart) Cemetery

Mt. Zion Cemetery

Nunley Cemetery

Old Cache Cemetery

Old Enterprise Cemetery

Old Panther Cemetery

Old Perry Cemetery

Old Quinton City
Cemetery

Quinton Cemetery

San Bois Cemetery

Sand Spring Cemetery 

Sandbee Cemetery

Scroughout Cemetery

Scott-Perry Cemetery

Shady Grove Cemetery

Siloam Cemetery

Silome Springs Cemetery

Simon Isaac Cemetery

Star Cemetery

Stigler Cemetery

Tamaha Cemetery

Trueblood Cemetery

Tuckers Knob Cemetery

Vance Family Cemetery

Wallen Cemetery

West Liberty Cemetery

Whitefield Cemetery

Willis/Perry Family
Cemetery

Wise Family Cemetery

Woolridge Cemetery

 

 

Libraries in Haskell County

 

Stigler Public Library
402 NE 6th
Stigler, OK  74462
Telephone:  (918) 967-4801

 

Historic Newspaper Archives of Haskell County

 

Haskell County Obits

Stigler News-Sentinel

  

Additional Genealogy Resources for Haskell County

 

Haskell County on OKGenWeb: Oklahoma Genealogy & History

Haskell County Historical Society
P.O. Box 481
Stigler, OK  74462
Telephone:  (918) 967-2161

 

Places to Visit in Haskell County

 

While researching your family history in Haskell County, be sure to check out the following attractions located in the area.

 

Haskell County Historical Society
Museum

Lake John Wells