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Comanche County

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Comanche County is located in southwest Oklahoma. The county seat is Lawton. The county was created in 1901 from the Comanche, Kiowa and Caddo lands of Indian Territory. There are 1,083 square miles of mountains and plains in Comanche County. 

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1920 Lawton High School Yearbook

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State Resources

 Populated Places in Comanche Co.
Places in Comanche County

Comanche County Records 
 Fort Sill 1946 Roster
 Comanche County History
Comanche Newspaper Articles
Comanche County WWII Casualties  
 Lawton Constitution
 SWOGS: Genealogy & History
Lawton's Early History

 

Gratitude to Sharon Crawford and Margie Etter who created and maintained this site since its inception

Comanche County OKGenWeb
County Coordinator: Linda Simpson

 
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