Sherman County, Oregon Genealogy

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''[[United States|United States]] > [[Oregon|Oregon]] > Sherman County''  
 
''[[United States|United States]] > [[Oregon|Oregon]] > Sherman County''  
 
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== History and Tidbits  ==
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== Quick Facts ==
  
 
'''Sherman county''' was created from [[Wasco County, Oregon|Wasco]] County 25 February 1889. Named for William Tecumseh Sherman, Union general in the American Civil War.  
 
'''Sherman county''' was created from [[Wasco County, Oregon|Wasco]] County 25 February 1889. Named for William Tecumseh Sherman, Union general in the American Civil War.  
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=== Unincorporated Communities  ===
 
=== Unincorporated Communities  ===
  
Biggs Junction | Boardman (historical) | De Moss Springs | Early | Emigrant Springs (historical) | Erskine | Fargher | Kent | Klondike | Locus Grove | McDonald | Monkland | Rutledge | Sinks  
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Biggs Junction | Boardman (historical) | De Moss Springs | Early | Emigrant Springs (historical) | Erskine | Fargher | Kent | Klondike | Locus Grove | McDonald | Monkland | Rutledge | Sinks
  
 
== Neighboring Counties  ==
 
== Neighboring Counties  ==

Revision as of 00:33, 26 February 2009

United States > Oregon > Sherman County

Contents

Quick Facts

Sherman county was created from Wasco County 25 February 1889. Named for William Tecumseh Sherman, Union general in the American Civil War.

The county seat is Moro.

County Records Inventory listing the records held at the Sherman County Court House as of September 2006.

Cities

Grass Valley | Moro | Rufus | Wasco

Unincorporated Communities

Biggs Junction | Boardman (historical) | De Moss Springs | Early | Emigrant Springs (historical) | Erskine | Fargher | Kent | Klondike | Locus Grove | McDonald | Monkland | Rutledge | Sinks

Neighboring Counties

Gilliam | Wasco | Klickitat, Washington

Resources

Genealogy Websites

The Sherman County GenWeb Project, part of The ORGenWeb Project, a state project affiliated with The USGenWeb Project.