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El Reno Homesteader Filings

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7132 William E. Proctor SidneyIa.
6320 Henry H. Propper AnadarkoO.T.
7512 Lemuel Prosser BridgeportO.T.
4091 Amosa H. Prough HunterColo.
3559 Henry O. Prough HunterO.T.
1867 Geo. W. Pruitt CrescentO.T.
2624 Jno. Pruitt GoddardKan.
5125 Jno. T. Pruitt CottondaleTexas
245 Thos. B. Pruitt (Soldiers Declaratory Filings)
285 Voll E. Pruitt ShawneeO.T.
7170 William B. Pruitt TalpaMo.
6067 Wm. H. Pruitt ShawneeO.T.
4832 Mary Pryant HarrisonO.T.
6638 Seth N. Pryor MincoO.T.
1223 Geo. J. Pugh AdellO.T.
5365 Martha P. Pugh AvordO.T.
4762 Wm. D. Pugh KildareO.T.
3046 Fielden S. Pulliam GuthrieO.T.
5557 Percy R. Pulliam BadoO.T.
3796 Geo. D. Purcell CarthageMo.
3506 Mary L. Purcell Cloud ChiefO.T.
2151 Wm. A. Purdie CaldwellKan.Rel. Nov. 19
7728 Otto I. Purdy El RenoO.T.sub. To S. D. S. 125
2724 Sampson Purget TerltonO.T.
6712 William J. Purpus WeatherfordO.T.
2163 Dan'l W. Putnam Port HuronMich.Cancelled by Rel. Oct. 16
5206 Cora Putney MilanKan.
2899 Albert T. Pyatt DallasTexas
5355 Lipscomb Pybas DibbleI.T.
6363 Edgar A. Pyle AnadarkoO.T.
6689 Nora M. Pyler HobartO.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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