Census of Murray County, Oklahoma


For a Murray County Township Map go here.

Another Township Map

What the heck is a Township?


 

Murray County, OK Census Lookups

Candace Gregory has volunteered to do lookups for the various census

not listed on this website.  You can email her your question by clicking HERE.

 


 

1890 Oklahoma Territory Census Index

Indian Territory Census - 1766 - 1929

1900  Indian Census

1900 Davis Town 

1900 - Dougherty

1900 - Hickory

1900 - Mill Creek

1900 - Roff

1900 - Sulphur Springs

1904 - List of Property Owners - Sulphur Springs, I.T. 

1900 - Allen Township - Twp 1 S,  R 2 E

1900 - Allen Township - Twp 2 S,  R 2 E

1900 - Brady  Township -Twp 1 N, R 1 E

1900 - Coyle Township - Twp 1 N, R 2 E

1900 - Coyle Township - Twp 2 N, R 2 E

1900 - Leeper Township - Twp 1 N, R 3 E

1900 - Leeper Township - Twp 2 N, R 3 E  

1900 Lowrance Township - Twp 1 S, R 3 E   

1900 Lowrance Township - Twp 1 S, R 4 E

1900 - Morgan Township - Twp 2 S, R 3 E

1900 - Morgan Township - Twp 2 S, R 4 E

1900 - Mosley Township - Twp 1 N, R 4 E

1900 - Turner Township - Twp 1 S, R 1 E

1900 - Turner Township - Twp 1 S, R 1 W

1900 - Turner Township - Twp 2 S, R 1 E

1910 - Davis Town 

1910 - Hickory Town

1910 - Mill Creek Town

1910 - Scullin Town

1910 - Dougherty Town

1910 - Allen Township 

1910 - Coyle Township work in progress

1910 Lowrance Township  


 

Census Transcription Form

Handwriting Help

 


 

Here are some things to keep in mind when reading one of these census transcriptions.

Do not depend too much on the ages given. I have seen them off as much as 20 years on the census when compared to the tombstone.

Every effort is made to accurately transcribe the information. Some of these enumerators could
not write or spell let alone the people giving the information. Some errors will occur there.  

Remember that the question asked on the 1900 census was: "Who lived here and how old were they on June 1st".  Some family members didn't live in the home on June 1, and the ages, especially of the young children, are off a little.  The question in the 1910 census used the date of April 15th.

Please don't send me an email saying that I misspelled grandma's name. I have neither the time nor inclination to spell check these things for the rest of my life.

Literally thousands of hours have gone into transcribing these census and the task was trying at best. The people who transcribed and did the data entry did their best.

 

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