Oregon Historical County Records Guide
Crook County Records Inventory
Series documents liens placed on real property by the county to satisfy debts. Attachments are ordered by the circuit court and authorize the sheriff to seize or transfer property to satisfy debts such as loans, mortgages, or tax liens. The sheriff will hold the property in trust until the debt is paid or the property is sold. Information includes defendant name, statement of attachment, property description, statement of return when attachment is satisfied, return of execution, dates attachment is issued and returned, court order, and sheriff's signature. Attachment records have been inventoried through 1920.
Records at the Crook County Courthouse, Clerk's Vault:
Certificate of Attachment Real Estate [with index] vol. 2, 1909-1952 (1 volume);
Certificates of Attachment From Outside Countries [actually Counties], 1914-1920 (.05 cu.ft.);
Certificates of Attachment, vol. A, 1885-1893 (1 volume).
Records at the Crook County Archives Center, Trial Court Storage Cage:
Transcript of Cases [includes attachments, executions, water rights, and circuit court journal and register entries], vol. 1, 1887-1910 (1 volume).