Local Research

  • History of Noble County, Oklahoma, Volumes I & II – Compiled and edited by The Noble County Genealogy Society, these two volumes devote over 700 pages to the families and homesteaders of Noble County.
  • Northwest Corner by Fred G. Beers – This digital, searchable compilation of Perry Daily Journal newspaper articles from 1994 – 2002 contain information about the early families and life in Noble County.
  • Historic Noble County Newspapers
    Newspapers dating back to 1893 are available on microfilm.
  • Funeral Home Records
    Newton Funeral Home 1923-1933 and 1974-1982.
  • Cemetery Records
    Noble County, Pawhuska, and Pawnee.
  • Local Obituaries
    A limited number of years are available alphabetically in print format.
  • Census Records
    1900, 1910, 1920, 1930 available on microfilm.

Additional Community Resources

The Noble County Genealogical Society donates new microfilm of the Perry Daily Journal as it is released.  If you need assistance with research, contact the library and we will give the contact information for the Noble County Genealogical Society.



The Cherokee Strip Museum also has genealogy resources.  They are open extended hours on Saturdays.  The Cherokee Strip Museum has the Heritage Quest Database.  The museum does NOT charge admission for those doing genealogy.