Wann City Hall
Wann Town Clerk is Carol Deaton. She is at the town hall on Thursdays. Wann does not have any records available for research, except for some cemetery records. They are trying to reconstruct the records for the cemetery at this time.
Wann School Reunion is still working on a complete address list for alumni.
If you can help us complete the address list please write
Don Gaskill, P. O. Box 197, Copan, OK 74022, telephone, 918-532-4250,
or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
The town of Wann was named after Robert F. Wann, who was a prominent local resident. The name of the community was originally Coon and a livery barn and dug well served the stage line that ran from Bartlesville to Coffeyville, Kansas. Source: "A Look At The History of Nowata Oklahoma" and Vicinity by Robert W. DeMoss. This book is available at the Nowata County Historical Museum in Nowata.
Newspaper Article about Coon, I.T., 1899 "Coon, I.T."
Newspaper Article about Wann 1902 "Wann has Ambitions"
Newspaper Article about Wann 1907 "No Votes Nor Taxes"
Photo of Warner-Myers Hardware Store
Photo of Wann Methodist Church
Photocopy of Graduation Program, Class of 1915
If you have a written history of Wann, or if you have other resources for the town of Wann, and would like to share them with other researchers, e-mail me at Sharleenowataok@aol.com and I will add them to this web site.
This page was last updated Saturday, 09-Feb-2008 13:02:54 MST by Sharlee Farrell.