A good place for the start of any genealogy project.
Click a tab in the Links rows above for many more links.
- GFO indexes and Oregon State Archives.
Volunteers have done a lot of work.
- Washington Digital Archives.
Definitely search here for your missing Oregon ancestors. Many Oregonians were married in Clark County.
Many vital records are freely available to download.
- Multnomah County Library Genealogy Resources.
Access census records, obituaries, the Oregonian, and more from home with your library card.
- Family Search.
Adding millions of records per month. Check it again and again. The site includes vital records, the SSDI,
direct access to the 1850, 1870, 1900, and 1940 census, and much more.
- Census Information.
Some local statistics. Click on the year to find census questions and more.
- Bureau of Land Management and Earth Point.
Your ancestors were enticed here by cheap land. Find out how much land and where it is. Here's how.
- Find a Grave.
If the burial is indexed, but there is no picture, get a free sign-in and ask for a picture.
- Death Indexes
Every state indexes for deaths, obituaries, probate files, and burials; by Joe Beine.
- American Battle Monuments Commission.
Index to 24 permanent American burial grounds on foreign soil. When you find your soldier,
click on "services available". At the top of
the page is a link to Photo and Lithograph Request Form.
Ask for a free black and white picture of the grave. Or donate and use the Floral Order Form to get a color picture.