Caddo County Genealogy Resources

Discover Caddo County and trace your family history and ancestry with this list of county-specific genealogy resources.

Caddo County in southwest Oklahoma.

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Caddo County, located in western Oklahoma, is named after the Caddo tribe of the area.  Numerous expeditions traveled through Caddo County in the early 1800s including the Dodge-Leavenworth and Whipple Expeditions.  The California Road also laid claim to sections of Caddo County and led travelers west during the Gold Rush.  Early 20th century transportation was supported by the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific (CRI&P) Railway, as well as the Oklahoma City and Western Railroad.  The county courthouse, located in Anadarko, was completed in 1958.  Today, visitors will find many recreational opportunities available in Caddo County including Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park in Hinton, Fort Cobb State Park, Fort Cobb Reservoir, the Southern Plains Indian Museum and more.   

In 2000, census records showed 30,150 people living in Caddo County.  Countless assets exist for tracing genealogy in Caddo County including legal records, cemetery records and a local genealogical society.  Valuable resources for researching genealogy in Caddo County are provided below. 


Caddo County Courthouse Information

Detailed Map of Caddo County

Existing Towns in Caddo County

Ghost Towns in Caddo County

Cemeteries in Caddo County

Historic Schools in Caddo County

Libraries in Caddo County

Historic Newspaper Archives of Caddo County

Tribal Nations in Caddo County

Add'l Genealogy Resources for Caddo County

Places to Visit in Caddo County


Caddo County Courthouse Information


Caddo County Clerk
P.O. Box 10
Anadarko, OK  73005
Telephone:  (405) 247-3394

Directions:  SW 2nd St. and SW Broadway St.

Records available:  Court Clerk has marriage, divorce, probate and civil court records from 1902. 


Detailed Map of Caddo County


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


Existing Towns in Caddo County


While researching your family history in Caddo County, be sure to visit Anadarko, the largest town in the area.   Other towns located in present day Caddo County, Oklahoma include:










Fort Cobb





Spring Creek



Ghost Towns in Caddo County


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








Pine Ridge



Swan Lake




Cemeteries in Caddo County


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


Albert Cemetery

Alden Cemetery

Alfalfa Cemetery

Bethel Mennonite

Bethel Methodist

Binger Cemetery

Botone Cemetery

Cache Creek Cemetery

Carnegie Cemetery

Cedar Creek Cemetery

Celestial Gardens

Cement Cemetery

Comanche Indian

Constien Cemetery

Daugamah Cemetery

Eakly Cemetery

Fairview Cemetery

Fort Cobb Cemetery

Graceland Cemetery

Gracemont Cemetery

Greenfield Mennonite

Hinton Cemetery

Lookeba Cemetery

Memory Lane Cemetery

Mound Valley Cemetery

Paradise Hill Cemetery

Pleasant View

Poage Cemetery

Redstone Cemetery

Rest Haven Cemetery

Riverside Cemetery

Roach Cemetery

Rock Springs Cemetery

Sacred Heart Cemetery

St. Peter Lutheran Church Cemetery

Sickles Cemetery

Scott Bible Cemetery

Spring Creek Cemetery

Two Hatchett Cemetery

Ware Cemetery

Wyatt Family Cemetery


Historic Schools in Caddo County


A full list of nearly 170 historic schools in Caddo County can be found on the OKGenWeb project site including histories for some. 

The following historic schools, academies and schoolhouses were formerly located in Caddo County until the county lines were redrawn in 1911.  After the redistricting, these schools became part of Grady County.  More information about these historic schools can be found on the Schools of Caddo County page of the OKGenWeb project site.




Burr Oak

College Mound




Hazel Dell





Little Rush


Oak Dale

Pleasant Hill


Rocky Ford




Union Center

Valley View West




Libraries in Caddo County


Anadarko Community Library
215 W. Broadway
Anadarko, OK  73005
Telephone:  (405) 247-7351 

Apache Public Library
111 E. Evans
Apache, OK  73006
Telephone:  (580) 588-3661

Binger Public Library
217 W. Main
Binger, OK  73009
Telephone:  (405) 656-2543

Carnegie Public Library
6 E. Main
Carnegie, OK  73015
Telephone:  (580) 654-1980

Norman Smith Memorial Library
115 E. Main
Hinton, OK  73047
Telephone:  (405) 542-6167


Historic Newspaper Archives of Caddo County


Anadarko Daily News

Apache Review

The Binger Journal

Caddo County News

The Hydro Review


Tribal Nations in Caddo County


Apache Tribe
511 E. Colorado Dr.
P.O. Box 1220
Anadarko, OK  73005
Telephone:  (405) 247-9493

Caddo Nation
State Hwy 281 & Hwy 152
P.O. Box 487
5 miles east of Binger, OK  73009
Telephone:  (405) 656-2344

Delaware Nation    
2 miles north of Anadarko on Hwy 218
P.O. Box 825
Anadarko, OK  73005
Telephone:  (405) 247-2448 

Fort Sill Apache Tribe
Route 2, Box 121
Apache, OK  73006
Telephone:  (580) 588-2298

Kiowa Tribe
100 Kiowa Way, Hwy 9
P.O. Box 369
Carnegie, OK  73015
Telephone:  (580) 654-2300 

Wichita & Affiliated Tribes
1 ¼ miles N on Hwy 281
P.O. Box 729
Anadarko, OK  73005
Telephone:  (405) 247-2425 


Additional Genealogy Resources for Caddo County


Caddo County on OKGenWeb: Oklahoma Genealogy & History

Caddo County Genealogical Society
215 W. Broadway
Anadarko, OK  73005
Telephone:  (405) 247-7351


Places to Visit in Caddo County


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


Anadarko Philomathic Museum

Apache Historical Society Museum

Fort Cobb Reservoir

Fort Cobb State Park

Fort Cobb State Park Golf Course

Hinton Historical Museum & Parker House

Kiowa Tribal Museum

National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians

Oklahoma Indian Arts & Crafts Cooperative

Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park

Southern Plains Indian Museum


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