Greer County Records
Available on Microfilm from Midwestern State University

Please note that microfilmed records are available for loan to libraries only, not to individuals. Contact your local library to arrange an interlibrary loan of the material you wish to borrow. Your request should include the specific reel numbers for the microfilm you wish to use, as well as the name of the county and lending institution.

These county records are available from the institution indicated above. Complete address and contact information can be found in the list of depositories with county holdings.

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Created in 1860 from Young Country and organized in 1886. Greer County was part of a long-standing boundary dispute between the United States and the State of Texas. Finally, in March 1896, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Greer County was a territory of the United States and not within the jurisdiction of the State of Texas. In 1906 the county became part of the State of Oklahoma.


TAX ROLLS, 1881-1895

Reel 1019101a


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