OKCHOCTA

Your Source For Free Choctaw County Oklahoma Genealogy

   

Maps

Section Line Numbering, Range/Townships, Cemeteries

Every section line in th county is numbered. East/West numbering begins with 1970 at the north and going to 2160 at the south.
North/South numbering begins with 3980 at the Bryan County line and goes to 4430 at the McCurtain County line.

Clickable Map
clickable county map
 

Boswell......Map 1....160k
Soper........Map 2....95k
Hugo..........Map 3....250k
Ft Towson...Map 4....200k


Township, Range & Section Numbering

Each township is divided into 36 sections (each section is one square mile)

Townships

 


Township Names

Township Names



Places of Historic Interest in Choctaw County

Sites of Interest

 


Topo Maps
Alikchi Quadrangle detail
  Antlers Quadrangle detail
1897 Topo Map of N.E. Choctaw Co.
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  1912 Topo Map of N.W. Choctaw Co
large file! 3000x1206 pixels 1.2mb
smaller pdf version 200k

Other Maps

Census Enumeration Maps | Ferry Locations | Choctaw Nation 1903 Postal Routes
Plat Maps | Pre-Statehood Maps | Schools | Towns | Arial Photo

 


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Contact Us

April Makerney - County Coordinator

Billie Heath - County Assistant

Cindy Burkhalter - County Assistant

Sydney Groat - County Assistant

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Oklahoma Resources

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