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Prior to statehood, [[Portal:Oklahoma|Oklahoma]] probate records were kept by the U.S. district courts. The probate records are now under the jurisdiction of probate or county courts. The files include wills, dockets, administrator's records, guardianship records, inventories, appraisements, sales records, minutes, and journals.  
 
Prior to statehood, [[Portal:Oklahoma|Oklahoma]] probate records were kept by the U.S. district courts. The probate records are now under the jurisdiction of probate or county courts. The files include wills, dockets, administrator's records, guardianship records, inventories, appraisements, sales records, minutes, and journals.  
  
You can obtain copies of the records by contacting the clerk's office in each county. For contact details of county courts, see  http://www.genealogy.com/00000265.html.  Many Indian probate records are at the [http://www.archives.gov/central-plains/kansas-city/ National Archives—Central Plains Region]. The Family History Library has copies of some probate records from some counties.  
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You can obtain copies of the records by contacting the clerk's office in each county. For contact details of county courts, see http://www.genealogy.com/00000265.html. Many Indian probate records are at the [http://www.archives.gov/central-plains/kansas-city/ National Archives—Central Plains Region]. The Family History Library has copies of some probate records from some counties.  
  
 
For information on the names of non-natives, Native Americans, and “freedmen” (free blacks) who filed probate papers in the U.S. Federal Court, Northern District, Indian Territory, see Opha Jewell Wever and Rosalie Wagner, ''Probate Records, 1892-1908, Northern District Cherokee Nation''. 2 vols. Vinita, Oklahoma: Northeast Oklahoma Genealogical Society, 1982-1983.  
 
For information on the names of non-natives, Native Americans, and “freedmen” (free blacks) who filed probate papers in the U.S. Federal Court, Northern District, Indian Territory, see Opha Jewell Wever and Rosalie Wagner, ''Probate Records, 1892-1908, Northern District Cherokee Nation''. 2 vols. Vinita, Oklahoma: Northeast Oklahoma Genealogical Society, 1982-1983.  
  
 
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*http://www.familydeathrecords.com/state.asp?state=OK  
http://www.familydeathrecords.com/state.asp?state=OK  
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*http://www.rootsweb.com/~okgs/records.htm  
 
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*http://www.genealogytoday.com/genealogy/states/oklahoma.html
http://www.rootsweb.com/~okgs/records.htm  
 
 
 
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Revision as of 23:47, 29 July 2008

Prior to statehood, Oklahoma probate records were kept by the U.S. district courts. The probate records are now under the jurisdiction of probate or county courts. The files include wills, dockets, administrator's records, guardianship records, inventories, appraisements, sales records, minutes, and journals.

You can obtain copies of the records by contacting the clerk's office in each county. For contact details of county courts, see http://www.genealogy.com/00000265.html. Many Indian probate records are at the National Archives—Central Plains Region. The Family History Library has copies of some probate records from some counties.

For information on the names of non-natives, Native Americans, and “freedmen” (free blacks) who filed probate papers in the U.S. Federal Court, Northern District, Indian Territory, see Opha Jewell Wever and Rosalie Wagner, Probate Records, 1892-1908, Northern District Cherokee Nation. 2 vols. Vinita, Oklahoma: Northeast Oklahoma Genealogical Society, 1982-1983.

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