Search billions of records on



Welcome to
Jefferson County, Oregon


transwagon2.gif (4277 bytes) usgenweb(1).gif (9481 bytes)

                      Jefferson County was created on December 12, 1914, out of territory that was once part of Crook County. The county was named after Mt. Jefferson, the second highest peak in Oregon with an elevation of 10,497 feet, which marks the county's western skyline. The county is bounded on the north by Wasco County, on the east by Wheeler and Crook Counties, on the south by Deschutes county, and on the west by Linn and Marion Counties. It encompasses 1791 miles. Madras, named after a city in India, was incorporated in 1911 and serves as the county seat. 


Marriages 1915-1918

   1920 Census Index 
  Declaration of Intentions/Petitions
for Citizenship

  County Cemeteries 
Index to "Jefferson County Reminiscences"

Jefferson County
1917 Tax Payers


1914 Madras High
Student Body


Probate Index
thru 1945


US GenWeb
Oregon GenWeb

Oregon Pioneer Project

Oregon Archives Reference Requests

Oregon State Archives

Oregon Vital Records Information

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

Other County Resources

Juniper Branch of Family Finders

Genealogical Society of Jefferson County 


Our Neighbors



For questions or comments about this page, contact Jan Bony  coordinator for Jefferson County.  If you have any information you would like to share with others researching in Central Oregon, please contact me. Thanks for stopping by and come back again soon!

  This site is generously Hosted by RootsWeb Hosted by RootsWeb


Search this site powered by FreeFind


1998  Carolee Sherer