Custer County, Oklahoma

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Custer is a county in Oklahoma. It was formed in 1892 from the following county/ies: Cheyenne/Arapaho lands. Custer began keeping birth records in 1908, marriage records in 1894, and death records in 1908. It began keeping land records in 1899, probate records in 1895, and court records in 1896. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 300 Arapaho 73620-0300. On the attached map, Custer is located at E3.

For information about the state of Oklahoma see Oklahoma Family History Research.

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