Gilliam County, Oregon Genealogy

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[http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/county/cpGilliamdescrip.html County Records Inventory] listing the records held at the Gilliam County Court House as of May 2004.  
 
[http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/county/cpGilliamdescrip.html County Records Inventory] listing the records held at the Gilliam County Court House as of May 2004.  
  
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Revision as of 06:00, 1 October 2008

United States > Oregon > Gilliam County
File:Or-gilliam.png
showing location of Gilliam County

Contents

County Courthouse

P.O. Box 427
Condon, OR 97823

History

  • Named for Cornelius Gilliam, who commanded the provisional government forces after the Whitman Massacre.

Parent County

  • Created from Wasco County 25 February 1885.
  • Parts were taken to form Wheeler County 17 Feb 1899.

Populated Places

Cities
  • Arlington
  • Condon
  • Lonerock
Communities
  • Alville
  • Clem
  • Eddy
  • Igo
  • Mayville
  • Mikkalo
  • Olex
  • Rock Creek
  • Thirtymile
  • Trail Fork

Neighboring Counties

Morrow | Sherman | Wasco | Wheeler | Klickitat County, Washington State

Records Held at the Courhouse

County Records Inventory listing the records held at the Gilliam County Court House as of May 2004.

Record Loss

Resources

Cemeteries

Census

Church

Court

Land

Local Histories

Maps

Military

Newspapers

Probate

Taxation

Vital Records

Societies and Libraries

Web Sites

References