How to obtain Oregon BDM's
The Oregon Secretary of States office maintains the Oregon Historical County Records Guide By using this guide, you will be able to find where to search for Birth, Death, Marriage and many more records. Use these links in conjuction with the Message Boards for people willing to do lookups in either the state archives, or in the counties.
A shack next to Crook County Road 318 south of Suplee. (Photo No. croDA0198)
Photographer citation: Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives
Many Oregon records are available through the following links:
Ancestry.com this is a pay site, however, many public libraries and genealogy societies have free access.
FamilySearch.com is a free, with account sign up, site.
Need help? Want to adopt a county? Contact the State Coordinator if you are interested
in a county. We have several available, click here for listing.
Here are the Oregon Adoption Requirements
Jan Bony State Coordinator
W. David Samuelson Assistant State Coordinator
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