Ochiltree County Courthouse
Perryton, Texas
 Completed - 1928
Architect - Mann & Co
Photos: Robert Deering 4/2/2005


COUNTY NAMED FOR: William Beck Ochiltree, a Republic of Texas judge, secretary of treasury, and an officer in the army of the Confederacy.

COUNTY SEATS: Two - Ochiltree and Perryton

COUNTY SEAT NAMED FOR: George M. Perry, an early county judge, who had been involved in the disastrous Enid, Ochiltree and Western railroad scheme.

COURTHOUSES: Two - 1890 in Ochiltree and 1928 in Perryton.  The 1890 courthouse was moved from Ochiltree to Perryton after country seat was changed. 

STANDING: One 1928 Texas Renaissance courthouse built of brick, steel, and concerte with a 1974 addition.