Douglas County, Oregon Genealogy
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- 1 County Courthouse
- 2 History
- 3 Places / Localities
- 4 Resources
- 5 Societies and Libraries
- 6 Web Sites
- 7 References
The county seat is Roseburg.
- Named for U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois.
- Trivia Tidbits: Little biographic bits associated with the names of non-population localities.
- created from Umpqua County 7 January 1852.
- Part was taken to form Wasco County 11 January 1854.
- Douglas County absorbed the remaining parts of Umpqua County in 1863.
Records Held at the Courthouse
- County Records Inventory listing the records held at the Douglas County Court House as of June 2005.
Places / Localities
- Cities: Canyonville . Drain . Elkton . Glendale . Myrtle Creek . Oakland . Reedsport . Riddle . Roseburg . Sutherlin . Winston . Yoncalla
- Communities: Anchor . Anlauf . Ash . Azalea . Booth . Brockway . Buck Fork . Calkins . Callahan . Calvert . Camas Valley . Civil Bend . Clearwater . Cleveland . Coles Valley . Comstock . Cow Creek . Curtin . Dads Creek . Days Creek . Diamond Lake . Dillard . Dixonville . Drew . East Gardiner . Edenbower . Elgarose . Elkhead . Fair Oaks . Fernvale . Fortune Branch . Galesville . Gardiner . Gazley . Glide . Green . Green Acres . Gunter . hawthorne . Hoaglin . Idleyld Park . Kellogg . Lavadoure . Leona. Lookingglass . Melrose . Millwood . Milo . North Fork . North Umpqua Village . Nugget . Oak Creek . Oaks . Olalla . Old Town . Peel . Perdue . Porter Creek . Quines Creek . Reston . Rice Hill . Riversdale . Rockland . Round Prairie . Scottsburg . Steamboat . Stephens . Sunnydale . Surprise Valley . Tenmile . Tiller . Toketee Falls . Tri-City . Tyee . Umpqua . Umpqua City . Union Gap . Weaver . Wilbur . Willard . Winchester . Wincehster Bay
Societies and Libraries
- Family History Library Catalog
- The Douglas County GenWeb Project;part of The ORGenWeb Project, a state project affiliated with The USGenWeb Project
- The USGenWeb Archives Project for Douglas County