Yamhill County, Oregon Genealogy
Wheeler county was created from Crook, Gilliam and Grant Counties 17 February 1899. Named for Henry H. Wheeler, a early settler who owned a farm near Mitchell.
The county seat is Fossil.
County Records Inventory listing the records held at the Wheeler County Court House as of October 2005.
Cities: Fossil | Mitchell | Spray
Unincorporated Communities: Antone | Caleb | Clarno | Kinzua | Lost Valley | Richmond | Service Creek | Spoos Mill | Twickenham | Waldron | Waterman | Wetmore | Winlock
Genealogy Websites: The Yamhill GenWeb Project, part of [[../../../../index.php?title=ORGenWeb&action=edit|The ORGenWeb Project]], a state project affiliated with [[../../../../../en/USGenWeb|The USGenWeb Project.]]
Neighboring Counties: Crook | Gilliam | Grant | Jefferson | Morrow | Wasco