Texas Genealogy – Free Texas Genealogy

Texas Genealogy – Free Texas Genealogy. This state page of Access Genealogy provides direct links to major databases and historical titles and information found on Texas Genealogy, whether they exist on our site, or across the web.

Texas Bible Records

Texas Biographies

Texas Cemetery Records

Texas Church Records

Fannin County Church Records

 Texas Court Records

Texas Directories

Fannin County Texas Directories

Honey Grove, Ladonia, Windom and Wolfe City Telephone Directories

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Hopkins County Directories

Texas Ethnic Records

Texas Genealogy

Denton County Texas Genealogy

Fannin County Texas Genealogy

Johnson County Texas Genealogy

History of Johnson County Texas 1854-1954
The History of Johnson County Texas is a special supplement and official program to the Centennial Celebration, originally titled “Johnson County Century Re-call, 1854-1954.” It commemorates a century of history, growth, and community spirit in Johnson County, Texas. Assembled to celebrate the centennial from May 2nd to May 8th, 1954 in Cleburne, Texas, this supplement offers an extensive look at the people, events, and developments that had shaped the county over their past 100 years.

Hale County Texas Genealogy

McLennan County Texas Genealogy

Milam County Genealogy Texas Genealogy

History of Milam County Texas
Lelia McAnally Batte’s History of Milam County, Texas presents a comprehensive exploration of the county’s evolution from its earliest days to the mid-twentieth century. Published in 1956 by the Naylor Company in San Antonio, this 257-page work delves into the myriad forces that have shaped Milam County, making it a unique yet representative reflection of Texas’ broader historical and cultural dynamics.

Nolan County Texas Genealogy

Organization and Development of Nolan County Texas
Lelia McAnally Batte’s History of Milam County, Texas presents a comprehensive exploration of the county’s evolution from its earliest days to the mid-twentieth century. Published in 1956 by the Naylor Company in San Antonio, this 257-page work delves into the myriad forces that have shaped Milam County, making it a unique yet representative reflection of Texas’ broader historical and cultural dynamics.

Taylor County Texas Genealogy

Texas Genealogy Websites

TXGenWeb
A list linking to the TXGenWeb state, county, and town websites. TXGenWeb is created by a group of volunteers as part of the USGenWeb Project working together to provide free genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county in Texas. This Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free genealogy access for everyone.

American History and Genealogy Project

Andrews, Archer, Callahan, Denton , Eastland, El PasoFannin, Fort Bend, Galveston, Hopkins, Kinney, Maverick, McLennan

Texas History

  • History of Fannin County Texas
  • History of Fort Bend County Texas
  • Hopkins County Texas Genealogy
  • History of Milam County Texas
    Lelia McAnally Batte’s History of Milam County, Texas presents a comprehensive exploration of the county’s evolution from its earliest days to the mid-twentieth century. Published in 1956 by the Naylor Company in San Antonio, this 257-page work delves into the myriad forces that have shaped Milam County, making it a unique yet representative reflection of Texas’ broader historical and cultural dynamics.
  • Organization and Development of Nolan County Texas
    Lelia McAnally Batte’s History of Milam County, Texas presents a comprehensive exploration of the county’s evolution from its earliest days to the mid-twentieth century. Published in 1956 by the Naylor Company in San Antonio, this 257-page work delves into the myriad forces that have shaped Milam County, making it a unique yet representative reflection of Texas’ broader historical and cultural dynamics.
  • The great Galveston disaster
    Containing a full and thrilling account of the most appalling calamity of modern times.

Texas Land Records

Texas Military Records

Texas Adjutant General Service Records 1836-1935
The Service Records series combines both official service record files from the Adjutant General’s Office and alphabetical files created by other agencies that contain records related to an individual’s service in a military unit. The information contained in an individual’s file varies considerably. Some files contain only small strips of paper with one or two brief sentences while others contain several lengthy, detailed records. Information can include measurements of uniforms, payments for mustering-in, warrants of authority, individual equipment records, general orders, oaths of allegiance, pay vouchers, powers of attorney, and discharge verifications. The names listed in the index do not represent all people who served in the various units, only those represented in the records described above. If an individual is not found in the index, it should not be assumed that they did not serve. They are simply not represented in this particular records series.

Texas Forts
List of colonial forts, trading posts, named camps, redoubts, reservations, general hospitals, national cemeteries, etc., established or erected in the United States from its earliest settlement to 1902.

Revolutionary War Records

Republic of Texas War Records

  • Republic Claims
    The Republic Claims series of Comptroller’s records includes claims for payment, reimbursement, or restitution submitted by citizens to the Republic of Texas government from 1835 through 1846. It also includes records relating to Republic pensions and claims against the Republic submitted as public debt claims after 1846. The files include supporting documents such as vouchers, financial accounts, military records, receipts, notes, or letters. The records comprise four groups of payments made for services rendered during the period 1835-1846: Audited Claims, Republic Pensions, Public Debt Claims, and Unpaid Claims.
  • Republic of Texas Passports
    The Republic of Texas passports collection contains 55 documents. These include requests for passports, orders to issue passports, and one proclamation granting entrance into the Republic. Some relate to the freedom of movement within the Republic of Texas, while others request access to Mexico, the United States and Europe. Most documents were created between 1836 and 1845, although two are from the 1850s. The majority are written in English and some in Spanish. The collection can be useful for placing individuals in the Republic of Texas around the time the passport was requested or granted.
  • Santa Anna Army in Ft. Bend County, Texas

Texas Military Records by County

Texas Native American Records

Texas Newspaper Records

  • Collin County
    • McKinney Newspaper Birth, Engagement and Marriage Index 1980-1989:   Excel Format   |   PDF Format
    • McKinney Newspaper Birth, Engagement and Marriage Index 1990-1993:   Excel Format   |   PDF Format
    • McKinney Newspaper Obituary Index 1884-1899:   Excel Format   |   PDF Format
    • McKinney Newspaper Obituary Index 1900-1999:   Excel Format   |   PDF Format
    • McKinney Newspaper Obituary Index 2000-present:   Excel Format   |   PDF Format
    • Collin County Newspapers from the 1880s-1930s
      Digitized and searchable Collin County newspapers from the 1880s-1930s are now available on the Portal to Texas History website, and more are being added. The Collin County Genealogical Society partnered with The University of North Texas’ Texas Digital Newspaper Program in digitizing these newspapers from the best available microfilm copies obtainable. This project has been primarily funded by a $4,000 grant from the Collin County Historical Commission with the remainder coming from the Collin County Genealogical Society.
      • The Collin County Mercury
      • The Daily Courier
      • The Daily Gazette
      • The Democrat
      • The Lion Roar
      • The McKinney Advocate
      • The McKinney Examiner
      • The McKinney Gazette
      • The McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette
      • The Semi Weekly Courier
      • The Southern Jerseyite
      • The Weekly Democrat-Gazette
  • Colorado County
    • Colorado County Newspaper Archive Online 1857-19801981-2015
      • Banner Press 1985-Present
      • Colorado County Citizen 1857-Present
      • Columbus Plaindealer 1880
      • Eagle Lake Headlight 1903-Present
      • Galveston Tri-Weekly News 1855-1873
      • Garwood Express 1913-1915
      • Houston Morning Star 1839-1844
      • Indianola Bulletin 1853-1872
      • Indianola Times
      • Indianola Weekly Bulletin
      • Indianolia Courier
      • La Grange Journal 1880-1933
      • New Ulm Enterprise 1986-2007
      • Telegraph and Texas Register 1835-1853
      • Texas Monument 1850-1854
      • The Indianolian
      • Weimar Gimlet and Mercury 1885-1937
  • Denton County
  • Hale County

Texas Obituaries

  • Texas Obituary Project
    The goal of the database is to include all obituaries that have appeared in the publication This Week in Texas, focusing especially on the “AIDS years” of 1982 through 2000, but beginning in 1975. And I estimate progress to be about 99% complete. Significant data from other publications, like the Montrose Voice, Houston Voice, Dallas Voice, etc, are also included, and more will be added as available.
  • Colorado County Obituaries
    This is an index to obituaries for people with long association in Colorado County or buried here. Each obituary should have a link to the cemetery referenced. There are currently over 12,000 obituaries online.
  • Dimmit County Obituary Index 1972-2011
    Index by date of Dimmit County area Obituaries

Texas Vital Records

Texas Yearbooks

New Texas Genealogy

History of Bosque County, Texas, 1850-1954

“Bosque County, Texas,” authored by William C. Pool, is an historical account of Bosque County, Texas, spanning from its early settlement in 1850 through the mid-20th century. Published in 1954 by the San Marcos Record Press, this book builds on the only previously printed work on the county’s history—a pamphlet authored by Hugh J. and Calvin M. Cureton in 1904.

Parmer County Texas Cemeteries

Below is a complete listing of all available online Parmer County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. The following Cemeteries are hosted at Cemeteries of TX Project Friona Cemetery Lazbuddie Cemetery Olivet Cemetery Oklahoma Lane Cemetery Rhea Lutheran Cemetery Sunset Terrace Memorial Cemetery Hosted at Morgan – Gray Family Genealogy Lazbuddie Cemetery Hosted at Parmer County Texas Gravestones Photo Project (Up to 50 photos per…

TXGenWeb – Texas GenWeb

A list linking to the TXGenWeb state, county, and town websites. TXGenWeb is created by a group of volunteers as part of the USGenWeb Project working together to provide free genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county in Texas. This Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free genealogy access for everyone.

History of Johnson County Texas 1854-1954

The History of Johnson County Texas is a special supplement and official program to the Centennial Celebration, originally titled “Johnson County Century Re-call, 1854-1954.” It commemorates a century of history, growth, and community spirit in Johnson County, Texas. Assembled to celebrate the centennial from May 2nd to May 8th, 1954 in Cleburne, Texas, this supplement offers an extensive look at the people, events, and developments that had shaped the county over their past 100 years.

History of Milam County Texas

Lelia McAnally Batte’s History of Milam County, Texas presents a comprehensive exploration of the county’s evolution from its earliest days to the mid-twentieth century. Published in 1956 by the Naylor Company in San Antonio, this 257-page work delves into the myriad forces that have shaped Milam County, making it a unique yet representative reflection of Texas’ broader historical and cultural dynamics.

Treaty of 10 December 1850 – Texas Indians

In a historic meeting on December 10, 1850, near the headwaters of Wallace Creek, Special Agent John H. Rollins forged a pivotal peace treaty with the chiefs of numerous Texas Indian tribes. This landmark agreement, aimed at establishing peace and defining relations between the U.S. government and these tribes, covers a wide array of commitments from acknowledging U.S. jurisdiction to regulating trade, ensuring mutual peace, and setting forth guidelines for the return of prisoners and stolen property. With the original treaty held in Washington and a copy in the Texas State Library, this document remains a crucial piece of history…

Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrants

This article helps you access the Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrants for free. Following two simple steps, one to search, and the other to browse the actual microfilms, you can quickly find your ancestors Revolutionary War pension record, or Bounty-Land record and download the images. During 1800-1900 the United States issued more than 80,000 pensions and bounty-land-warrants to soldiers of the Revolutionary War, their spouse, or their children. Was your ancestor one of them?

Refugio : a comprehensive history of Refugio County from aboriginal times, Vol 1

Title:Refugio : a comprehensive history of Refugio County from aboriginal times to 1953, vol 1Author:Hobart HusonPublication date:1953Publisher:Woodsboro, Tex. : Rooke FoundationDigitizing Sponsor:Internet ArchiveContributor:Allen County Public Library Genealogy CenterRepository:Internet Archive Read Book Download Book Notes About the Book 2 volumes : 24 cmBibliographical footnotes, and bibliographical references: v. 2 (pages 501-536)Photocopied Book.Skewed text.Pages with photographs at end of volume not paginated. Table of Contents Contents of First Volume Chapter I The Stage Setting The bays, rivers, water courses, ancient roads, of original Refugio County, landmarks and historical sites connected with each; together with notes on elevations, distances, etc. Chapter II The…

Panola County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Panola County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Palo Pinto County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Palo Pinto County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Orange County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Orange County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Oldham County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Oldham County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Ochiltree County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Ochiltree County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Nueces County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Nueces County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Nolan County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Nolan County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Newton County Texas Cemeteries

Below is a complete listing of all available online Newton County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Navarro County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Navarro County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Nacogdoches County Texas Cemeteries

A complete listing of all available online Nacogdoches County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

Southern kith and kin; a record of my children’s ancestors

v. 1. The Locketts; v. 2. Davis family and their connections; v. 3. Major James Scarborough : his ancestors and descendants; v. 4. Family potpourri. Surnames: Aldredge, Bryans, Bullock, Clark, Davis, Eason, Gardners, Grigg, Hanson, Hill, Jones, Lockett, Osborne, Russell, Scarborough, Sims, Smith, Stovall, Stringer, Sumners, Tatom, and Tharpe.
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