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Genealogy Research in Morrow County, Oregon

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Morrow County, Oregon? Why not hire a professional genealogist
to assist you with your genealogy search? Our researchers are ready to help you find a wealth of records in Oregon.
The state of Oregon was founded on February 14, 1859, and many types of records including land deeds, family wills, military records, family histories, and vital records are widely available for more than 150 years of the state's history. Contact our researchers today to learn how we can help you with your family tree search.

Many ethnic groups and nationalities settled or lived in
in the past including Native American tribes like
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Oregon is an exciting state to do research in because of the extensive and high quality records available to the professional genealogist at the various libraries, county courthouses, archives, and other repositories located throughout the state, and at places like the LDS Family History Library in Utah. Contact our genealogists today to learn how we might help you with your genealogy search in Oregon using many of these great records and resources.

About Our Oregon Research Team

If you would like a professional genealogist to undertake a tailor-made genealogy search for you and your family, please contact us today to learn  more about our unique ancestry research services. Our researchers are looking forward to assisting you with your Morrow County family tree search. Genealogy research can be carried out
for you in all Oregon towns, cities, and counties. 

Our Oregon genealogy research team consists of expert genealogists who live and work in Salem (doing research at the Oregon State Archives, etc.), another group that works in the U.S. capitol in
Washington, D.C. (at places like the U.S. National Archives and
Library of Congress), and a third team of researchers that works
full time at the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The records collection of the Family History Library is the single most important resource for family tree research since it consists of literally billions of genealogy records from all parts of the globe, making it the largest and most important collection of genealogical information available in the world. Included in the Family History Library's collections are literally millions of genealogical records related to the state of Oregon which can be a great help to your ancestry search. Click here to read what our clients are saying about our genealogists and our unique family tree research services.

Did you know that millions of genealogy records
are NOT available on the internet?

Many people are unaware that many important records which are crucial
to their family tree search cannot be found online. Many Morrow County records, for example, are only available to researchers who physically visit repositories at the local level in Oregon, at the federal level in Washington, D.C., or at the LDS Family History Library in Utah. Our genealogy researchers have access to all of these records and are ready to assist
you with your genealogy search in Oregon. So, if you have limited your
past family tree research to exhaustive internet searches at Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, and other online databases and web sites, you may have reached a brick wall because you're missing out on the literal gold mine of records available to our genealogists on microfilm, in books, and in other published works at these important locations.

    Many genealogical records related to your ancestry search, important records like family wills, court records, obituaries, death certificates, military records and land deeds are generally not available online and can only
be obtained by mailing research requests to places like local public libraries or cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family History Library in Utah. These records are critical to any comprehensive ancestry search and should not be overlooked if high quality and thorough research results are to be achieved during your project. For these
and other reasons, it's sometimes a great idea to hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search.

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Because of the time and expense involved in doing your own
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Research Consultation 

Are you ready to speak to a professional genealogist about your family history project in Morrow County, OR? Whether you are looking for hard to find family records, living relatives, or want to put together a family tree that your family will cherish for many generations to come. MyGenealogist.com is ready to assist you with any and all of your genealogy research needs!

Speak to a genealogist today to learn how we can be of help and service to you in your genealogy quest. Let us answer your questions before you begin your ancestry research project in Oregon. To learn more about our projects and pricing please click here. If you are ready to begin this exciting research, please provide us with some information as listed in the box below to help us get started on your case:

"Not to know what
before we were
born is to remain
a child. For
what is the worth
of a human life unless it is
woven into the life
of our ancestors by the records
of history"

-Cicero (106-43 B.C.

Family Tree Research - Morrow County, OR

(*If you don't know exact dates, please state circa 1880, 1881, etc.)

  • Current genealogy research goals (i.e. trace ancestors, find family, etc.)
  • Full name of ancestor
  • Date of birth of ancestor
  • Birthplace of ancestor
  • Marriage date of ancestor
  • Marriage place of ancestor
  • Spouse's name (If more than one please give details)
  • Ancestor's siblings' names
  • Ancestor's children's names
  • Additional details about ancestor(s) which might be helpful
  • Type of ancestry research you have conducted in the past
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Morrow County, Oregon Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Morrow County? Our expert research team has put together
some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the Oregon
resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds, and family histories.


USGenWeb Archives - Morrow County Biographies


Census Records

Morrow County Census Records - Census Online

Morrow County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

1900 Census of Morrow County, OR - Ancestry.com

1910 Census of Morrow County, OR - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Morrow County, OR - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Morrow County, OR - Ancestry.com

Court Records


Immigration and Naturalization Records

SAMPUBCO - Morrow County, Oregon Declarations of Intention Index 1906-1951

SAMPUBCO - Morrow County, Oregon Naturalization Petitions Index 1906-1953

USGenWeb Archives - Morrow County Naturalization Records

Land Records

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office - Land Patent Search

Libraries and Archives

Military Records

Newspaper Records

Chronicling America - Morrow County, OR

Oregon Newspapers on Microfilm - Morrow County, OR



Morrow County Historical Society

Oregon Genealogical Society - Eugene, OR

Oregon Historical Society - Portland, OR

Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Morrow County, OR Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Morrow County Vital Records

Western States Marriage Record Index

Click Below to Learn More about Your Oregon Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Baker County 1862 Baker City Wasco, Union and Malheur Counties
Benton County 1847 Corvallis Polk County
Clackamas County 1843 Oregon City One of the original four districts of the Oregon Country
Clatsop County 1844 Astoria Twality District
Columbia County 1854 Saint Helens Washington County
Coos County 1853 Coquille Umpqua and Jackson Counties
Crook County 1882 Prineville Wasco County
Curry County 1855 Gold Beach Coos County
Deschutes County 1916 Bend Crook County
Douglas County 1852 Roseburg Umpqua County
Gilliam County 1885 Condon Wasco County
Grant County 1864 Canyon City Wasco and Umatilla counties
Harney County 1889 Burns Grant County
Hood River County 1908 Hood River Wasco County
Jackson County 1852 Medford Lane County and unorganized area
Jefferson County 1914 Madras Crook County
Josephine County 1856
Grants Pass Jackson County
Klamath County 1882 Klamath Falls Lake County
Lake County 1874 Lakeview Jackson and Wasco Counties
Lane County 1851 Eugene Linn and Benton Counties
Lincoln County 1893 Newport Benton and Polk Counties
Linn County 1847 Albany Champoeg (later Marion) County
Malheur County 1887 Vale Baker County
Marion County 1843 Salem One of the original four districts of the Oregon territory
Morrow County 1885 Heppner Umatilla and Wasco Counties
Multnomah County 1854 Portland
Washington and Clackamas counties
Polk County 1845 Dallas Yamhill District
Sherman County 1889 Moro Wasco County
Tillamook County 1853 Tillamook Clatsop, Yamhill and
Polk Counties
Umatilla County 1862 Pendleton Wasco County
Union County 1864 La Grande Baker County
Wallowa County 1887 Enterprise Union County
Wasco County 1854 The Dalles Clackamas, Lane, Linn and Marion Counties
Washington County 1843 Hillsboro One of the original four districts of the Oregon Country
Wheeler County 1899 Fossil Grant, Gilliam, and
Crook Counties
Yamhill County 1843 McMinnville One of the original four districts of the Oregon Country

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