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El Reno Homesteader Filings

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NumberNameCityState/LocationNotes
7241 Charles Evans MedfordO.T.
3024 Clarence E. Evans Cloud ChiefO.T.
1331 Dan'l M. Evans WillardMo.
4454 Elmer A. Evans CamdenMo.
960 Frncis M. Evans NormalIll.
873 Ira Evans South McAllisterI.T.
2495 Isiah Evans OakleyO.T.
4506 Jacob E. Evans NewtonKan.
1702 Jas. M. Evans UdallKan.
1330 Jas. S. Evans KingfisherO.T.
2735 Jno. B. Evans MedfordO.T.Cancelled by Rel. Oct. 26
780 Mary F. Evans Kansas CityMo.
486 Richard J. Evans DixieO.T.
7191 William M. Evans Mountain ViewO.T.
38 Wm. M. Evans (Soldiers Declatory Filings)
3420 Zacha T. Evans Cloud ChiefO.T.
3807 Wm. E. Everest Kansas City Mo.
3683 Chas. H. Everett EmporiaKan.
2879 Henry A. Evers Mound RidgeKan.
5118 Jno. H. Eversole PeabodyKan.
1368 Jas. Evert CooperO.T.
3687 Chas. Evet DentO.T.
2513 Jno T. Evinger Arkansas CityKan.
976 Jas. W. Evins CapronO.T.
5731 John Ewes WatongaO.T.
3305 Ernest A. Ewing RichardsMo.
6856 Hiawatha Ewing StroudO.T.
4387 James M. Ewing SoldierKan.
6843 James S. Ewing Oklahoma CityO.T.
6428 Jefferson Ewing WeatherfordO.T.



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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.

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This microfilm collection offers information about homesteaders in Oklahoma Territory from 1889 to 1907. These seventy-two volumes include a physical description of the homestead, the amount of land, date and place of original registration, and the date of the final certificate. The Tract Books are arranged by township and range, not by surname.

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