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,
complete access to the
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.