Welcome to the Bartlett-Carnegie Sapulpa Public Library

Serving the City of Sapulpa and surrounding areas of Creek County

 

Genealogy Department

The Bartlett-Carnegie Public Library Genealogy Department is located on the 1st or lower level of the library.

Some of Our Genealogy Resources include:

Ancestry/Heritage Quest
Lewis-Landrith-Owens Funeral Records           mid 1921-2004
Cemetery Records
          South Heights   1920-1985
          North Heights 1955-1985           Sapulpa            1916-1985
          Kellyville
Sapulpa Daily Herald on microfilm       Oct 1914-2007
Sapulpa Democrat News                     Jul 1920-Sep 1975
Limited
            Sapulpa Evening Light   1904 - 1913
            Drumright News                Nov 1914 - Feb 1918
            Shamrock, Kiefer, Oilton, Mounds, Bristow
Limited Marriage Records early 20th century
            Census on Microfilm     1850 full
            Other years limited
Sapulpa City Directories           1907-2005
Sapulpa High School Yearbooks, broken years             1924-1978
Family History Section
State/local resources
African-American Resources
Supplement to Index
            Chickasaw/Choctaw     Deeds & Allotments
Index to Buffington Funeral Home Records
            Records at Sapulpa Historical Society
            Sapulpa Children’s Home

We will not be able to do in-depth research, but we can provide research assistance to individuals. Referrals available.

GENEALOGY CLUB MEETS THE FIRST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 10AM.

GENEALOGY CLASSES FOR 2013:

January 16, 2013 
-Basic Genealogy Class. Learn to use online resources for research, plan
your family research and get tips and suggestions to make searches easier 
and more complete.  Handouts available.
10 am – 11:30, Frank Hall
 - Free to the Public

March 21, 2013
-Privacy and Your Ancestors  
Webinar-Learn what public records were generated about ancestors and how to
locate them.  Handouts available
10:30am – Noon, Frank Hall
- Free to the Public.

May 15, 2013     
-Land Entry Files
Learn how to use the full Bureau of Land Management site as well as to understand
the land measurement techniques.  Booklet and handouts.
10:30 am – 12 Noon, Frank Hall
– Free to the Public

September 11, 2013

-DNA Basics and Beyond
Webinar—learn the basics of using DNA to trace your family, find cousins, and learn family origins.  Handouts available.
10:30am–Noon, Frank Hall
- Free to the Public

Resources:
We have NATIVE AMERICAN 
Books, microfilm, CD

CHEROKEE
CHOCTAW
CREEK

CENSUS
1790-1930
We do not have indexes or soundex

Area / Creek county Newspapers
1904 – Current

City directories
1907- Current

The Genealogy Helper
Repository information

Vertical family records

Various help books

All books are Reference only

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR HELP

 

WE HAVE

ANCESTRY.COM,
HERITAGEQUEST.COM,

&
Fold 3 Database that the library has for their Genealogy or Family History Patrons include Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican American & Early Indian Wars, Civil War, WW-I, WW-II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Non-military Records and African American Records J

Heritagequest.com & Fold 3 can be accessed remotely. 
On site usage only for Ancestry.com/ time limit.  Call library to find out how to connect remotely to the databases.

 



We will not be able to do in-depth research, but we can provide research assistance to individuals. Referrals available.

 

 

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Library Hours

Monday 9am-6pm

Tuesday 9am-8pm

Wednesday 9am-8pm

Thursday 9am-6pm

Friday 9am-5pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

Sunday - Closed

Genealogy Hours

Monday 9am-5pm

Tuesday 9am-5pm

Wednesday 9am-1pm

Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday 9am-5pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

Sunday - Closed

 
Bartlett-Carnegie Sapulpa Public Library drawn by Russell Crosby, Historical Painter