Noble County Genealogy Resources

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

Noble County.

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Located in north-central Oklahoma, Noble County was named for John W. Noble, the U.S. Interior Secretary in 1893. The first railroad here was the Southern Kansas Railway, built in 1886. In the 1920s, oil was discovered in Noble County, and oil and gas exploration continued in the area for many years. Learn the detailed history of Noble County at the Cherokee Strip Museum & Rose Hill School in Perry, featuring a large collection of artifacts and photos. Visitors can also enjoy the area with camping, hiking and fishing at Lake McMurtry and Perry Lake.

In 2019, census records estimated 11,131 people living in Noble County. Countless assets exist for tracing genealogy in Noble County including legal records, cemetery records and a local genealogical society. Explore our list of valuable genealogy resources for the area below, including a list of existing towns, the county courthouse address, a detailed map of the county and a list of cemeteries located within the county.

Noble County Courthouse Information

Noble County Clerk
300 Courthouse Dr. #11
Perry, OK 73077
Telephone: (405) 336-2141

Directions: On the square at Sixth St. & Delaware St.

Records available: Court Clerk has marriage, divorce, probate and civil court records from 1893; County Clerk has land records from 1893.

Detailed Map of Noble County

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

Existing Towns in Noble County

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





Red Rock

Ghost Towns in Noble County

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

Black Bear





Three Sands

Cemeteries in Noble County

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

Billings Catholic

Billings Union Cemetery

Blackbear Cemetery

Bohemian Cemetery

Bohemian Lutheran

Bressie Cemetery

Ceres Cemetery

Cleghorn Cemetery

Clifton Family Cemetery

Doxey Cemetery

Ewy Cemetery

Fairview Cemetery

Floral Ridge Cemetery
(AKA Glenrose

German ME Cemetery

Grace Hill Cemetery

John Dailey Cemetery

Lawnview Cemetery

Lela Cemetery

Marland Cemetery

McGuire Cemetery

Morrison Cemetery

Monument Hill Cemetery

Mt. Carmel Cemetery

Mt. Carmel Catholic
Cemetery (AKA St. Rose

Mt. Zion Cemetery

Otoe-Missouria Cemetery

Pleasant Valley Sumner Cemetery

Polo Cemetery

Red Rock Cemetery

Richburg Cemetery

Sacred Heart Cemetery

Shelton-Bethel Cemetery
(AKA Yates Cemetery)

Tillman Family Grave Site

Zion Lutheran Cemetery

Libraries in Noble County

Perry Carnegie Library
302 N. 7th
Perry, OK 73077
Telephone: (580) 336-4721

Historic Newspaper Archives of Noble County

Perry Daily Journal

Tribal Nations in Noble County

Otoe-Missouria Tribe
8151 Hwy 177
Red Rock, OK 74651
Telephone: (580) 723-4466

Additional Genealogy Resources for Noble County

Noble County on OKGenWeb: Oklahoma Genealogy & History

Noble County Genealogy Society
PO Box 785
Perry, OK 73077

Places to Visit in Noble County

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

CCC Lake & Park

Cherokee Strip Museum & Rose Hill

Dr. Renfrow-Miller Museum

Heritage Center & Ditch Witch Museum

Historic Perry Walking Tour: If Buildings
Could Talk

Jim Franklin Sculptor Studio

Seven Clans Paradise Casino

Sooner Reservoir

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