Trails to the
|Trails to the Past
new "free" genealogy project and Brenda Choate has graciously
given permission to use her work on this site. We can never thank
Brenda enough for all the hours and hours of time she donated for
gathering information to help researchers.
Along with all the work that Brenda has volunteered, we are always looking for volunteers to transcribe material, do look-ups in the county, walk cemeteries and record the information, photograph cemeteries. If you can spare any time to make this project grow, please contact the county coordinator.
Counties are also available in Oklahoma so the coordinator for the state can be contacted if you might be interested in adopting a county.
Pauls Valley is the county seat of Garvin
County, which was named for Samuel Garvin, a prominent Chickasaw Indian
and the home to more than 6,200.
Oil and farming have always been a big part of the Pauls Valley picture as well, and they continue to be. A number of oil companies and support industries, in addition to agriculturally-oriented firms, operate in the area.
|COUNTY PIONEERS||LOOK-UP VOLUNTEERS|
|HISTORY||TRAILS SPECIAL PROJECTS|
|MISCELLANEOUS||Photographs [coming soon]|
|NEWSPAPERS||Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association|
|Surnames on Our Family Tree|
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