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Surnames & Researchers

Lookup Volunteers and Published Resources

Cemeteries

Wyeth Cemetery Tombstone Pictures

Pine Grove Butte Cemetery Burials

WWII Heros

Towns Past and Present

Hood River Co. Social Security Death Index, 1965 - 1995

Hood River Memorabilia & Transcriptions (including some vital records)

Hood River County Queries Information - See Boards at top

Hood River Genealogical Info - Select families & individuals from public records by Jeffery Bryant

Transcripts of newspapers from Chronicling America and the University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

Select Newspaper - articles relating to Hood River area history- Many of these articles date from before Hood River County's seperation from Wasco County in 1908. Transcribed by Jeffrey Elmer.

Vitals - from The Hood River Glacier, from it's beginnings in 1889 through 1903

1933 Hood River School Census - Transcribed from the census by Jeffrey Bryant. Not all birth dates were recorded correctly by the census taker.

A few transcribed Obituaries from the USGenWeb Archives

State & National Links

ORGenWeb Project counties page

ORGenWeb Archives

Oregon Tombstone Transcription Project

The USGenWeb Project

USGenWeb's Special Projects

USGenWeb Project

Hood River County Historical Museum

Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society

Hood River County Library

Search GNIS for Oregon Place Names

Oregon Online Highways - Hood River History & links

Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office Records Search Engine

Oregon State Archival Records

Oregon State Archives Email Requests and copy prices

Oregon State Archives Genealogy Records

FamilySearch - a free collection of databases and records. You can search without an account, but it is better to get one. They are adding new records everyday. Also have an excellent Wiki of places.

FindaGrave - excellent burials site

BillionGraves - Online Cemetery Records

Interment.net - Online Cemetery Records

Ancestry.com - You can search several areas for free, but they push for $$ - Many public libraries have access if you have a library card.

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If you find a broken link, or have one to add, please use the Contact page for my email.

I would like to take this space to thank the contributors for their help, and specifically for the data-laden contributions by Jeffrey Bryant and Jeffrey Elmer.