Walla Walla County, Washington GenWeb

 

                                                                                           

 

 

Photo of the mural on the large city water tank as you enter Walla Walla from the East.

        

Walla Walla... the valley that they liked so much they named it twice!

    Walla Walla is an Indian name which means many waters or running waters and this beautiful valley with the range of The Blue Mountains as a backdrop is full of small streams and springs.   It was one of the original counties formed as part of the Washington Territory in 1853. In those days it included all the area east of the Cascade Mountains to the western portion of Montana. The Walla Walla Valley is famous for it's Walla Walla Sweet Onions, Wheat production, Hot Air Balloon Stampede, Southeastern Washington Fair and Frontier Days Rodeo, Washington State Penitentiary, and recently their many vineyards and wine production.

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These pages are always under construction.  If you have something to add, please let me know!   Have fun searching!

  

Bibles  

Biographies

Cemeteries 

Census   

County and Town Histories 

County Resources

Family Links

Fort Walla Walla 

Links

Lookups 

Military Records 

Miscellaneous information

Naturalization Records 

Obituaries 

Photographs

Pioneer Stories  

Surnames/Researchers & Queries

School Records  

Vital Records

Weddings 

Wills

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                    Last updated July 15, 2014. 

                                    This page is maintained by Rella Gleaton

 

 -I grew up in Walla Walla County, graduated from school there, but I do not live there now. 

 

 -I love cemeteries and recorded almost all of them in Walla Walla County and a few in Lincoln county. 

 

 -These files have been donated by researchers, such as yourself.

   Contact me if you have information to share.

 

 -If you have public  domain records/documents, help genealogy researchers by    submitting them here.

 

 -Your contributions are what makes this project a success! Or volunteer to transcribe (type) records


 -We cannot accept anything that is copyrighted, unless you have written permission from the author.

 

 -We will accept obituaries and marriages that have been excerpted. 


 -I do not have the resources to do lookups or research. 


 -These pages are constantly growing thanks to our contributors....so check back soon.

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  Copyright    Created by Celia Tomlin, November 11, 1996, Copyright 1996-2010, 2011-2014

This material may be used freely for personal research, but no information or pictures may be used in any format or displayed on any other website without permission from the Walla Walla County Coordinator and/or the submitter of that information.