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The Edmond Genealogical Society was established in September, 1991, with 78 charter members by December 31, 1991. 

Our purpose, as stated in the EGS Constitution, adopted in December, 1991:

  • Bring together persons interested in the field of genealogy
  • Assist members and visitors in their research
  • Issue publications when deemed beneficial
  • Collect and preserve material and historical data
  • Work with other groups and libraries in the state

We are here to encourage the science of genealogy; to help others gather genealogical information; and to preserve, protect and publish information of importance. We are here to serve visitors as well as our members.   

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Program for July 21, 2014: Mike Sheriff - "US Marshals in Indian Territory"

Norman historian to share early day law enforcement tales at Edmond meeting

By Carolyn B. Leonard

mikeMike Sheriff of Norman has been a student of the Civil War and law enforcement in Oklahoma for over forty years. He will share some heroic tales of early day law enforcement in the Indian Nations of Oklahoma Territory at the Monday evening, July 19th meeting of the Edmond Genealogical Society (EGS) in the Edmond Museum. Since the US Marshal's inception in 1789 to today, Sheriff said, roughly half of the US Marshal or Deputy or posse members, who have lost their lives in the line of duty, were in Oklahoma. The speaker is a recognized authority on law enforcement in Indian Territory and the Civil War. He is a Life Member of Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) as well as a docent with OHS and Fort Smith National Historic Site. In his work life, he serves as Superintendent Generation Deployment and Planner, Oklahoma Gas & Electric. I will share some stories of a marshals work in the twin territories of Oklahoma from 1870 to late 1890, Sheriff said. Some of these true exciting activities seem actually stranger than fiction.
Mike Sheriff graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and from Oklahoma City University with a Master of Business Administration. He has worked for OG&E for more than forty years in various capacities, and is an expert witness for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, and District Court.

The meeting, which is free and open to the public, will begin at the Edmond Historical Museum, 431 S. Boulevard, Edmond, OK with a social time at 6:15 pm, program begins promptly at 6:30.
FYI The Edmond Historical Museum is closed to visitors on Sundays and Mondays.

The EGS meets on the third Monday evening of each month, with speakers on subjects of interest to genealogists; membership is open to anyone interested in historical or genealogical research. For more info on EGS, or

Parking at the Museum is limited and can be a problem. You may need to arrange for drop off or to carpool. For more information on the meeting place, contact Edmond Historical Museum at (405) 340-0078

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