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El Reno Homesteader Filings

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NumberNameCityState/LocationNotes
3637 Fred Ubry DenverColorado
3116 John F. Uhl MarionKansas
5114 Rudolph Uhl PawneeOklahoma Territory
1126 Henry F. Underwood MemphisTexas
4799 James J. Underwood CashionOklahoma Territory
462 John H. Underwood GlennIndian Territory
383 Walter Underwood RockyOklahoma Territory
2823 Abraham Unruh MenaOklahoma Territory
413 Agnes Unruh Winfield Kansas
1660 Henry A. Unruh El RenoOklahoma Territory
2369 James W. Unruh RoxburyKansas
1130 Lena Unruh AlvarettaOklahoma Territory
690 Peter B. Unruth DurhamKansas
2070 James Unwin OrlandoOklahoma Territory
3690 Birch E. Upham SeveryKansasCancelled by Rel. Oct. 15
2144 William I. Upshaw OkarcheOklahoma Territory
5841 Thomas J. Upton Ft. SillOklahoma TerritorySubj. S. D. S. 167
866 Jno Urban EnidOklahoma Territory
7723 Bedford Ussery MincoIndian Territory
1747 Harry E. Utrich SterlingNebraska
5010 Lewis N. Utt SpiveyKansas
7037 Frank L. Utter HydroOklahoma Territory
7410 James A. Utterback WeatherfordOklahoma Territory
6503 Jesse R. Utterback Pawnee CityNebraska
4887 Fred P. Utz FultonIllinois



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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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