Kiowa County Kansas Index Page

 
 

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Welcome to Kiowa County Kansas!  Come on in and make yourselves at home.  I'm the  County Coordinator,  Jo A Thomas.  If you have any information such as (Death records, Marriage records, Obits) or any other information. Or if you would like to do look-ups.  Please just give me a shout at:

Are you new to genealogical research?  If  are you just starting out in search of your ancestors,  I've provided some links below that may help you. Your local library will also have helpful books to guide you through the many avenues  of your search.  You may also want to visit your nearest genealogy library, and/or a nearby Family History Center.
Roots-L Resources: Info and Tips for Beginning Genealogy
Genealogy "How-To" Guide   From the fine folks at Family Tree Maker
Kansas Vital Records - How and where to obtain Kansas birth, death, marriage and divorce records.
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet   You name it, Cyndi has a link to it.


Before the nineteenth century, Western Kansas was home to Athapascan speaking peoples commonly called Plains Apaches.  The Kiowa Apache called themselves Nadiisha-dena, "Our People" and now are recognized as the Plains Apaches of Oklahoma.   Kiowa County was formed in 1886 from Comanche and Edwards Counties.  The county seat is Greensburg.


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Last Updated:  2014

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