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Cleveland County Links
Information about Cleveland Co. and it's people
These are links to other useful
Genealogy Sites & Information
Cleveland County Clerk
LDS Family History Libraries
See local Funeral Homes, Monument Co's and Newspapers below
Havenbrook Funeral Home
Mayes Funeral Directors
McMahans Funeral Home
Primrose Funeral Service
1109 N. Porter Ave.
Resthaven Funeral Home
Noble Free Press
Allen Monument Co.
Cleveland County History
Named for President Grover Cleveland. It was created in 1889 from unassigned lands.
Moore's Post Office was established May, 27, 1889 and discontinued January 7, 1972
Norman is the County Seat of Cleveland County. The Post Office was established on May 27, 1889.
It took it's name from Norman Switch, established by the Santa Fe Railway at the site of Camp Norman named for Aubrey Norman, surveyer.
Noble was named for John W, Noble, secretary of the interior under
President Benjamin Harrison.
The Post office was established June 18, 1889. Noble is just 7 miles southeast of Norman.
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