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Pastor Floyd's Record of Funerals (1941-1953)
Texas Grand Lodge 1876 Proceedings
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Estes, Clinnie, 1914-15, School Report Card
Estes, Jim, 1914-15, School Report Card
Estes, Tommie, 1914-15, School Report Card
U. S. Federal Census
Years available: 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1830-1890 and 1910-1950 (PDF) at Archives.gov [T1224]Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1930-1940 at Archives.govWeb: Census Enumeration Maps, 1930 (PDF) at Archives.gov [M1930]Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1900-1940 (PDF) at Archives.gov [A3378]
Spanish American Genealogical Association
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East Texas Historical Association
Ft. Hood Archaeological Society
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Subscription Databases ($) from Ancestry.com
Web: Texas Marriages to 1850
Web: Texas Census, 1820-90
Web: Texas Deaths, 1964-98
Web: Texas Land Title Abstracts
Web: A history of the Presbyterian church in Texas
Web: History of Texas
Additional Resources (on other web sites)
Web: The Slave Narratives of Texas (Index)
Web: Texas Births, 1926-1995
Web: Texas Deaths, 1964-1998
Web: Texas Divorces, 1968 - 2002
Web: Texas Marriages
Web: Texas Pensions
Web: Texas Department of State Health Services, Vital Statistics
Web: 1840 Citizens of The Republic of Texas, Volume I, Land Grants
Web: 1840 Citizens of The Republic of Texas, Volume II, Tax Lists
Web: 1840 Citizens of The Republic of Texas, Volume III, Land Grants
Web: 8800 Texas Marriages 1824-1850, Volume I
Web: 8800 Texas Marriages 1824-1850, Volume II
Web: A Day At San Jacinto In 1836, The Battle And Related Events
Web: A Guide To Texas Research
Web: Antonio Gil Y'barbo - Father of Nacogdoches.
Web: Biographical Directory of The Texan Conventions And Congresses 1832-1845.
Web: Branch-Patton Funeral Home Records 1941-1945
Web: Citizens & Foreigners - Volume 1
Web: Citizens & Foreigners - Volume 2
Web: Civil War Soldiers of Jasper & Newton Counties In Texas
Web: Confederate Officers of Texas
Web: Confederate P.O.W.'S
Web: Early East Texas - A History From Indian Settlements To Statehood
Web: Early Texas Birth Records 1833 - 1878
Web: Early Texas Newspapers
Web: East Texas Militiamen 1838-1839 - Fannin, Houston, Nacgdoches, Red River, San Au
Web: East Texas Militiamen 1838-1839 - Nacogdoches, Sabine & San Augustine Counties
Web: First Settlers of Bastrop - Travis Counties
Web: First Settlers of Bowie - Cass Counties
Web: First Settlers of Shelby & Harrison Counties
Web: From The Rio Grande To The Halls of Montezuma
Web: Gregg And Upshur Counties In The Civil War
Web: Haden Edwards, East Texas Empresario
Web: Judges of The Republic of Texas 1836 - 1846
Web: Memorial And Genealogical Records of Southwest Texas
Web: Mercers Colonists
Web: Nacogdoches Archives - 1835 Entrance Certificates
Web: Spanish Archives of The [Texas] General Land Office.
Web: State & County Officials of The Republic of Texas - Appointed And Elected, 1836
Web: Tales From The Old Stone Fort
Web: Texas Confederate Home Roster - With Added Data From Confederate Home Ledgers
Web: Texas Confederate Script Grantees
Web: Texas Indians And Spanish Missions In Colonial Texas.
Web: Texas Mortality Schedules 1850 - 1860
Web: Texas Ranger Service Records 1830-1846
Web: Texas Veterans In The Mexican War, Muster Rolls of Texas Military Units.
Web: The Italians of Steel's Store, Texas
Web: The Texas Navy - Freedom Fighters For The Republic of Texas
Web: They Also Served - Texas Service Records From Headright Certificates
Web: They Came To East Texas 500 - 1850, Immigrants And Immigration
Web: United Confederate Veterans of Limestone And Freestone Counties, Texas.
Web: War of 1812 Veterans In Texas
Web: Yanks And Some Rebs In Texas 1890
Web: University of Texas Scottish Rite Dorm House Council 1937
The Bryan-College Station Eagle
The Canyon News
The Daily Texan
The Daily University Star
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