Welcome to the
Sequoyah County, Oklahoma
AHGP/ALHN Website

Sequoyah County was created at Oklahoma statehood in 1907. The land had previously been part of the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. The county was named in honor of Sequoyah, creator of the Cherokee syllabary. The county seat is Sallisaw.

This website was created to aid anyone with a historical or genealogical interest in Sequoyah County. Donations of materials, volunteers for look-ups, suggestions for further research, etc. are welcome! Please contact me. All donated material wil be credited to the submitter.

 

Sequoyah County Research Links

Military Records

Libraries , Societies, Courthouse

Funeral Homes & Cemeteries

Sequoyah County Communities

Vital Records

Sequoyah County Historical Places and Events

Sequoyah County Resources at Rootsweb

Look-ups, Volunteers and Queries

Sequoyah County Photo Album
Mystery Photo Album

Submitted Family Group Sheets, Family Notes, Etc.

Are you wondering if we have information on some of your relatives? You can search this site by using the search box below! Just type a name in the box and click the search button.
PicoSearch

Oklahoma State Research & Other Useful Genealogy Links

OKGenWeb - Make sure to check out all the special projects including Archives, Tombstones, Family Group Sheets, and more!
USGS Mapping Query Form - This is extremely helpful. You can search by feature name, county, etc. You can also click on a map to view the feature locations.
Cyndi's List - Tons of links and information for genealogy anywhere in the world.
Boy the Bear's Age Gauge - This is just fun. I like putting grandparent's birthdates in to see the events that happened during their lifetimes. (Only works on birthdates after 1900.)
Our Timelines - Another fun timeline site. This one works on birth dates after 1000 A.D.
Translate English into Cherokee - Another fun site.
Cherokee Genealogical Information
National Archives Genealogy Info - Find out what records the National Archives has and how to get them.
Many local libraries have access to Heritage Quest and/or Ancestry online which you can access from your home computer with your library card number for free! You can browse census records, Revolutionary War records, and many other resources right from home! Check with your local library website to see if this service is available for you.

Where have all the cousins gone?!?!?! Let us know where you ended up by clicking the link below with the globe on it!

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