Genealogy and History
A Part of
Dedicated to Free Genealogy
Our goal is to help you
track your ancestors through time by
transcribing genealogical and historical
data and placing it online for the free
use of all researchers.
County Site is Available for Adoption!
WANT TO HELP?
We're looking for folks who share our
dedication to putting data online and
are interested in helping this project
be successful. If you are interested in
joining our group, view our Volunteer
Page for further information
and then contact Kim
Dust off your family scrapbooks!
We're looking for DATA for this
If you are interested in adding your
families' information this website,
email us. We'll be happy to help your
families' obituaries, news items and
other historical data find a home here
at Oregon Genealogy Trails, where it
will remain free for all to view.
WE REGRET THAT WE ARE
UNABLE TO DO PERSONAL RESEARCH FOR
YOU. ALL DATA IS ADDED TO THE SITE AS
WE COME ACROSS IT, SO IF IT IS NOT
HERE, WE DON'T HAVE ACCESS TO IT.
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County was created in 1916 from a
portion of Crook County, it is named
after the Deschutes river. It
was Oregon's last county created.
County Seat is Bend
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