The Doughboy, Garfield County, Oklahoma

Garfield County Genealogists

The Garfield County, Oklahoma Genealogical Society of Enid, Oklahoma

 The Garfield County Genealogical Society is an organization of individuals interested in history and genealogy, dedicated to researching and preserving our family histories, and helping others to research their family lineages.  We are located in Garfield County, Oklahoma, in an area with a unique history.  Situated at a watering hole on the old Chisholm Trail, the present-day city of Enid came into existence overnight as a result of the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893.  Today it is a modern city in a thriving agricultural area of the southern great plains!

About the

Garfield County

Genealogists

 

Membership

 

Research Assistance

 

Resource Library

 

Surnames

 being researched

 

"The Searcher"

Newsletter

 

1940 CENSUS TOOL

for Garfield County

 

Read Mike Terry's web page about DNA:

Genealogy & Genetics

 

Learn more about

Garfield County

In Remembrance

CONTACT US!

Marilyn Cooper

Peggy Lewis

Rick Boggs

Ellen Rathjen

 

For technical matters:

Website Editor

Enid Cemetery

Garfield County Courthouse

Chisholm Trail

We are a non-profit organization, and all of the proceeds from our Research Services are used to acquire, preserve, and present genealogical information.  Our expert volunteer members are willing to do research for you, and have a high rate of success in producing results.  You can find out how to enlist their services by viewing the Research section.  We have both local and out-of-state members, and the Membership section can provide you with information on the advantages of joining our organization.  Visit the Meetings page to see details about the activities of our members.  Please contact any of the members at left for more information.

Garfield County Genealogists, Inc.  P.O. Box 1106  Enid, Oklahoma 73702-1106  Copyright  2013 GCGI.  All Rights Reserved.