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El Reno Homesteader Filings

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NumberNameCityState/LocationNotes
3523 Albert H. Butterfield BedfordOklahoma Territory
6936 Andrew E. Butterfield AnadarkoOklahoma Territory
2855 Lewis Butzer El RenoOklahoma Territory
3402 Charles Buxton TonkawaOklahoma Territory
1465 James S. Buxton ParviaOklahoma Territory
71 Andrew Byers Moutain ViewOklahoma Territory
4211 Gibson H. Byers NewtonIowa
6377 Jacob F. Byers HarrisonOklahoma Territory
6044 James G. Byers HarrisonOklahoma Territory
117 Wirt, A. Byers AlmaArkansas
885 John B Byfield LeslieOklahoma Territory
6264 John W. Byford CobbOklahoma Territory
6720 David M. Byhee El RenoOklahoma Territory
6011 Abia L. Byler El RenoOklahoma Territory
743 Charles Byrd IretonIndian Territory
7064 Edward Byrd ChelseaIndian Territory
48 Edward Byrd (Soldiers Declaratory Filings)H. H. Byrd
396 George T. Byrd YukonOklahoma Territory
2423 Jonathan L. Byrd EnidOklahoma Territory
6624 William J. Byrd HarrisonOklahoma Territory
7090 Jefferson L. Byrne AnadarkoOklahoma Territory
4199 Reuben H. Byron AxtellKansas



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About this Resource

This database includes names printed in Names of the El Reno Land District Homesteader Filings, 1902 published by H. H. Edwards in Guthrie, Oklahoma. In late July and early August of 1901, land was opened for settlement in 13,000 160-acre tracts formerly located within the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache reservation and the Wichita-Caddo-Delaware reservation.

The lands were divided into two districts: El Reno and Lawton. Individuals registered and waited for the drawing. Those whose names were drawn could then go and stake their claim. This book lists individuals whose names were drawn in the 1901 land lottery held at the El Reno land office. Names listed in this El Reno Land Lottery index usually filed in 1901 or 1902.

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