Apache County Research Links
Apache County was formed during the Tenth Territorial Legislation in 1879 out of the eastern section of Yavapai County; officially all land east of 119°45′ W. By 1895, Navajo County and parts of Graham, Greenlee and Gila Counties were formed from this land. The county seat was placed in the town of Snowflake, but was moved a year later to St. Johns. From 1880 to 1882, the county seat was temporarily in Springerville before being returned to St. Johns.
These links will take you to abstracts, transcriptions, or images of various Apache County records, histories, and research guides. Use the drop-down box to narrow the list by record category (e.g. Cemeteries or Newspapers).
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Guide to Apache County, Arizona ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.
Last Updated: 4 May 2019 [Located in Category: Wiki]
FindaGrave can be a helpful resource, but use the site with caution, as the source of the information contained on a memorial may not be apparent. Look for memorials containing a readable photograph of a tombstone.
Last Updated: 8 May 2019 [Located in Category: Cemetery Records]