Trails to the Past

My name is Marie Miller and as your  Fremont County Wyoming Administrator if you have any Obituaries, News clippings, Death, Marriage, Birth or any other information   Please email me with your contributions.

 

 

 

Fremont County was organized in 1884, and was named after John C. Fremont, general, explorer, and politician.   It is also home of the Wind River Indian Reservation which is the home of the Shoshone and Arapho tribes of the Native Americans.  Lander is the county seat of Fremont County, and was named after a transcontinental explorer Fredrick W. Lander.  It is located in Central Wyoming along the middle fork of the Popo Agie River.

 

Cities
Lander
Riverton
Towns
Dubois
Hudson
Pavilion
Shoshoni
Census Places
Araphoe
Atlantic City
Boulder Flats
Crowheart
Ethete
Fort Washakie
Jeffery City
Johnstown
Other Places
Kinnear
Kotey Place
Lysite
Miners Delight
St. Stephens
South Pass City

On Line Data

Biographies

Newspapers

History

Census

Obituaries

Deaths

Cemeteries

Births

Marriages

Weddings

Military

Misc.

 
 
 
Surrounding Counties
Hot Springs (North)
Washakie (Northeast)
Natrona (East)
Carbon (Southeast)
Sweetwater (South)
Sublette (West)
Teton (Northwest)
Park (Northwest)

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