The Jackson County Database

Overview

The Jackson County Database is the most comprehensive, well documented, and up-to-date surname database in southern Oregon. Wright Research & Archives has taken years to create the database from over 90 different sources to compile records on over 20,000 early residents of the region. Our sources come from several libraries, historical, and genealogical societies and include vital records, newspapers, diaries and other hard to find sources.

Searching the Index

The Jackson County Database contains extracted information for more than 20,000 people. While the entire database cannot be presented online, you can view the index of the individuals in the following pages.

To browse the Database index simply click on the desired alphabetical link at the top of these pages (these are entitled "A-B", "C-D", etc.)

How to Order

You can easily order a copy of the complete database entry for any individual or family that you see listed in the following pages by simply clicking the "Order Now" button next to that person's listing. Each record is available for $12. plus $2.50 shipping and handling.

What's Included in Each Order?

When you order a historical record, we send you all the information gleaned about individuals from the sources available in Jackson County. Citations and notes are included and often directly quote primary and secondary sources enabling you to see exactly where that piece of information originates. Simply put, there is no other source that combines so many details about individuals into one record.

We take great care to ensure that the records we provide are the most comprehensive available. We compile information from every major resource throughout our region and continue to add to the database on a weekly basis. Wright Research & Archives is not responsible for misspellings, omissions, or inaccuracies. We have no control over how many times your ancestor appears on the county records and can not guarantee how much is captured on any given name in our database.

Click here to view a sample historical record…