McIntosh County Genealogy Resources

Discover McIntosh County and trace your family history and ancestry with this list of county-specific genealogy resources.

McIntosh County.

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Located in southeastern Oklahoma, McIntosh County was named for an influential Creek family. Much of McIntosh County is covered by Lake Eufaula, the state’s largest man-made lake, created in 1964. Early explorers and traders traveled the area because of the three large rivers that converged there: the Canadian River, North Canadian River and the Deep Fork River. Later, the Texas Road ran through McIntosh County. In 1863 during the Civil War, the Battle of Honey Springs took place near Rentiesville and was the largest Civil War battle fought in Oklahoma.

Lake Eufaula State Park offers activities, camping and access to Lake Eufaula. Honey Springs Battlefield near Rentiesville features exhibits detailing the history of the Civil War battle that took place there. In Checotah, the restored 1890 Katy Depot houses local artifacts.

In 2020, census records showed 18,941 people living in McIntosh County. Countless resources exist for tracing genealogy in McIntosh County including legal records and a local genealogical society. For more information about genealogy in McIntosh County, resources are provided below.

McIntosh County Courthouse Information

McIntosh County Clerk
P.O. Box 108
Eufaula, OK 74432
Telephone: (918) 689-2362

Directions: N. First St. & Foley Ave.

Records available: County Clerk has birth and death records from 1911 to 1918, also land records; Court Clerk has marriage, divorce, probate and civil records from 1907.

Detailed Map of McIntosh County

Search for cemeteries, highways and scenic sites, or examine county and township lines with this detailed map of McIntosh County.

Existing Towns in McIntosh County

While researching your family history in McIntosh County, be sure to visit Eufaula, the largest town in the county. The following towns and cities are located in present day McIntosh County, Oklahoma.







Ghost Towns in McIntosh County

The following towns and cities either no longer exist in McIntosh County or are still populated, but significantly less so than in years past. These towns and cities are commonly referred to as "ghost towns."

Duchess Landing

North Fork Town

Shady Grove


Cemeteries in McIntosh County

The following cemeteries are located in present day McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

Artussee Cemetery

Asbury Cemetery

Barnett Family Cemetery

Bearhead Cemetery

Bertholf Cemetery

Bessie C. Tabor

Big Arbor Cemetery

Blackhaw Cemetery

Bower Cemetery

Brown's Chapel

Brush Hill Cemetery

Buckner Cemetery

Bushy Hill Cemetery

C. R. Freeman Cemetery

Carr Creek Cemetery

Cathy Cemetery

Cathey Cemetery

Charles Cemetery

Checotah IOOF Home Cemetery

Children of God Church Cemetery

Coleman Cemetery

Combs Cemetery

Council HIll Cemetery

Davis Family Cemetery

Doyle Cemetery

Ether McIntosh Cemetery

Evans Cemetery

Evergreen Cemetery

Fame Cemetery

Fishertown Cemetery

Gaines Creek Cemetery

Gentry Family Cemetery

Gouge Cemetery

Graves Creek Cemetery

Gray Family Cemetery

Grayson Cemetery

Greenlawn Cemetery

Greenwood Cemetery

Groves Cemetery

Hanna Cemetery

Hawkins Family

Hi Early Cemetery

Hillabee Cemetery


Hoffman Cemetery

Honey Springs Battlefield Cemetery

Honey Springs Cemetery

Huttonville Cemetery

Indian Cemetery

Indian Territory Checotah Cemetery

Jackson Cemetery

James H. Tabor

Jennings Cemetery

Lackey Cemetery

Lawson Williams

Lenna Cemetery

Lerblance Cemetery

Loscar Williams

Lowe Family Cemetery


McIntosh Cemetery

McIntosh Family

McKee Cemetery

McNak Cemetery

McNaulty Cemetery

McNik Cemetery

Mellette Cemetery

Meore Cemetery

Mitchell Family

Moore Cemetery

Morrison Cemetery

Mount Nebo Cemetery

Nalley Family Cemetery

New Mellette Cemetery

Oak Hill Cemetery

Oakwood Cemetery

Okfuskee Baptist Church Cemetery

Old Hope Cemetery

Old Mellette Cemetery

Old Town Cemetery

Paradise Cemetery

Pierce Cemetery

Polk Cemetery

Quinton Family Cemetery

Red Hill Cemetery

Remsey Cemetery

Richard Cemetery

Ridley Cemetery

Robinson Chapel

Rogers Cemetery

Rumsey Cemetery

Sarah McCombs Burial

Scott Cemetery

Sevier Family Cemetery

Shady Grove Cemetery

Shepherd Cemetery

Simpson Cemetery

Solomon Cemetery

Taney Hill Cemetery

Thompson Cemetery

Thompson Family Cemetery

Tiger Mountain
Christenberry Cemetery

Timothy Cemetery

Toney Cemetery

Triplett Cemetery

Tuskegee Cemetery

Twin Grove Cemetery

Van Turl Cemetery

Vandiver Family Cemetery

Vernon Cemetery

Warrior Cemetery

Washington Cemetery

Weogufkee Cemetery

Wesley Cemetery

West Cemetery

West Eufaula Cemetery

Williams Cemetery

Whitlow Cemetery

Historic Schools in McIntosh County

The following historic schools, academies and schoolhouses were located in McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

Artussee School

Asbury Mission School

Beck School

Blue Ridge School

Brown's Chapel School

Brush Hill School

Burney School

Canadian School

Carr Creek School

Carson School

Cathay School

Central High School

Crawford School

Deer Chapel School

East Liberty School

Elm Grove School

Ettawab School

Eufaula School

Fairview School

Fame School

Fawn School

Fishertown School

Foster View School

Gabilee Gablee School

Greenwood School

Hanna School

Hickory Grove Baptist
Church School

Hillabee Church School

Hilltop School

Hitchita School

Lawrence School

Lena School

Lindsay Chapel School

Mellette School

Minton School

Mountain View School

Mt. Zion School

Mt. Nebo School

Mullin School

Murphy School

Nero School

New Hope Church School

North Fork Town or Minco School

Oak Grove School

Oak Hill School

Onapa (AKA Irley) School

Paradise School

Pierce School

Pleasant Valley School

Pleasant View School

Prairie View School

Primrose School

Pumpkin Ridge

Radford School

Red Hill School

Rentiesville School

Rhyme School

Richardville School

Robinson Chapel Church School

Ryal School

Salem School

Shady Grove

Shepard School

Smith School

Snow Drop School

Soda Springs School

Stidham School

Sulver Spring Church School

Texanna School

Thompson School

Tiger Mountain School

Trenton School

Twin Grove School

Vernon School

Victor School

Vivian School

Warrior School

Washinton School

Wells School

West Liberty School

Libraries in McIntosh County

Jim Lucas-Checotah Public Library
626 W. Gentry St.
Checotah, OK 74426
Telephone: (918) 473-6715

Eufaula Memorial Library
301 S. First St.
Eufaula, OK 74432
Telephone: (918) 689-2291

Historic Newspaper Archives of McIntosh County

Checotah News

Eufaula Republican

Texanna News

Additional Genealogy Resources for McIntosh County

Lake Eufaula Area Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 1035
Eufaula, OK 74423

Places to Visit in McIntosh County

While researching your family history in McIntosh County, be sure to check out the following attractions located in the area.

Creek Nation Casino of Eufaula

Down Home Blues Club

Xtreme Cove Marina

Fountainhead Golf Course

Fountainhead Marina

Honey Springs Battlefield

Katy Depot

Lake Checotah

Lake Eufaula

Lake Eufaula Damsite ATV Trail

Lake Eufaula State Park

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

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