Okanogan County, Washington
Situated in the north central
part of the state, Okanogan County was formed in 1888 from Stevens County.
The county seat is Okanogan.
Okanogan County's official web-site
If you are looking for living people, be sure to check out their
It is searchable by name.
Searchable Okanogan County resources online:
Find A Grave
Nationwide Veterans Gravesite Locator
High School Yearbook Photos
Marriage Indexes 1888-1899
Marriage Indexes 1900-1930
Marriages from Washington State's Digital Archives
Telephone Directory - Okanogan - 1913
Telephone Directory - Omak - 1918
Malott Community Cemetery
Korean War Casualties
Vietnam War Casualties
World War I Casualties
World War II Casualties
Photos of Okanogan County Servicemen Who Died During World War II
Washington State Digital Archives
Washington State Voter Registration Database
Ghost Towns & Historical Photos
Boom Towns & Relic Hunters of Northeastern Washington
Okanogan County Historical Society
1410 2nd N.
P.O. Box 1129
Okanogan, WA 98840
Thursday afternoons: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Okanogan County Funeral Directors
Okanogan County GenWeb
Okanogan County LDS Family History Center's
Locate a LDS Family History Center near you.
Okanogan County Libraries
Okanogan County Newspapers
Search for surnames & family trees on these sites:
Ancestry GenCircles GeneaNet RootsWeb
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