Delaware County Genealogy Resources

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

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Located in northeastern Oklahoma, Delaware County was created at statehood in 1907.  The county is named after the Delaware tribe that lived in the area in the mid-1800s.  Construction of two lakes in the early and mid-1900s changed the landscape of Delaware County while providing opportunities for tourism and recreation in the area.  Today, visitors enjoy everything from swimming to water sports on Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees and Lake Eucha.  Camping, fishing, RV sites and boat ramps are available at Honey Creek and Bernice Areas of Grand Lake State Park, while nearby Grove is home to the Har-Ber Village Museum, a replica village featuring homes filled with an astonishing variety of antiques.

In 2000, census records showed 37,077 people living in Delaware County.  Countless assets exist for tracing genealogy in Delaware County including legal records, cemetery records and a local historical society.  Valuable resources for researching genealogy in Delaware County are provided below, including a list of existing towns, the county courthouse address and a detailed map of the county.

Delaware County Courthouse Information

Detailed Map of Delaware County

Existing Towns in Delaware County

Ghost Towns in Delaware County

Cemeteries in Delaware County

Libraries in Delaware County

Tribal Nations in Delaware County

Add'l Resources for Delaware County

Places to Visit in Delaware County

Delaware County Courthouse Information

Delaware County Clerk
P.O. Box 309
Jay, OK  74346
Telephone:  (918) 253-4520

Directions:  On the square at 5th St. and Delaware.

Detailed Map of Delaware County

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

Existing Towns in Delaware County

While researching your family history in Delaware County, be sure to visit Grove, the largest town in the county.  The following towns and cities are located in present day Delaware County, Oklahoma.


Brush Creek

Bull Hollow



Cloud Creek





Dripping Springs

Flint Creek





New Eucha


Old Eucha

Rocky Ford


Tagg Flatts

Twin Oaks

West Siloam Springs



Ghost Towns in Delaware County

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








Turkey Ford


Cemeteries in Delaware County

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

Allen Cemetery

Ballard Cemetery

Bassett Grove Cemetery

Beck Cemetery

Beck Family Cemetery

Bigacorn Family

Black Fox Cemetery

Buchanan Cemetery

Buckett Cemetery

Butler Cemetery

Buzzard Cemetery

Carr Cemetery

Cayuga Cemetery

Chandler Cemetery

Chisholm Family

Cloud Creek Cemetery

Cookson Hills Cemetery

Council House Cemetery

Culver Cemetery

Dry Creek Cemetery

Duffield Memorial

Duncan Chapel

Edmondson-Thompson Cemetery

Elm Cemetery

Electra Crittenden

Eucha Cemetery

Euwasha Cemetery

Ezekiel Fields Cemetery

Fields Cemetery

Goddard Homestead

Gray Family Cemetery

Hamby Cemetery

Hickory Grove Cemetery

Hilderbrand Cemetery

Howard Cemetery

Indianola Cemetery

Jumper Cemetery

Kansas Cemetery

Kegg Cemetery

Ketcher Cemetery

Leach Cemetery

Lee Cemetery

Long Prairie Cemetery

Mann Cemetery

Maysville Cemetery

McAffrey Family

McLaughlin Cemetery

Melton Cemetery

Mose Ridge Cemetery

Moses Fields Cemetery

Mt Hermon Cemetery

Oaks Cemetery

Ofield Cemetery

Old Eucha Cemetery

Oldfield Bend Cemetery

Olympus Cemetery

Olympus North

Panther Cemetery

Perry Cemetery

Piney Cemetery

Pollan Cemetery

Polson Cemetery

Qualate Cemetery

Raulston Cemetery

Redbird Family Cemetery

Rolston Cemetery (Monkey Island)

Round Springs Cemetery

Row Cemetery

Russell-Double Springs Cemetery

Sallie England Family Cemetery

Scales Family Cemetery

Scraper Cemetery

Sixkiller Cemetery

Sloan Cemetery

Smith Family Cemetery

Snell Cemetery

Squirrel (Jack) Cemetery

Suagee Family Cemetery

Sunset Gardens Cemetery

Sycamore Springs

Tauuneacie Cemetery

Thompson Family

Tincup Family Cemetery

Topic Cemetery

Walker Cemetery

Wallen Cemetery

Ward Cemetery

Ward-Vann Family

Welch Family Cemetery

Welsh Cemetery

Wickliffe Cemetery

Wofford Cemetery

Yellow Tree Cemetery

Zena Cemetery 


Libraries in Delaware County

Grove Public Library
1140 NEO Loop
Grove, OK  74344
Telephone:  (918) 786-2945

Kansas Public Library
Hwy 412 & Oak
Kansas, OK  74347
Telephone: (918) 868-5257

Delaware County Library
429 S. 9th
Jay, OK  74346
Telephone:  (918) 253-8521

Talbot Research Library & Museum
500 S. Colcord Ave
Colcord, OK  74338
Telephone:  (918) 326-4532


Tribal Nations in Delaware County

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma
23701 S 655 Rd.
Grove, OK  74344
Telephone:  (918) 787-5452

Additional Genealogy Resources in Delaware County

Delaware County on OKGenWeb: Oklahoma Genealogy & History

Delaware County Historical Society

Delaware County Genealogical Society
1140 NEO Loop
Grove, OK  74344
Telephone:  (918) 786-2945

Places to Visit in Delaware County

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

Bernice Area of Grand Lake State Park

Grand Lakeside Riverboat Rides

Delaware County Historical Society &
Mariee Wallace Museum

General Stand Watie Grave Site

Grand Lake Casino

Grand Lake O' the Cherokees

Har-Ber Village Museum

Honey Creek Area of Grand Lake
State Park

Lake Eucha

Lendonwood Gardens

Natural Falls State Park

Satsuki Gardens

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