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Texas State Vital Records

Texas State Vital Records Office
Bureau of Vital Statistics: Department of Health
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756
(512) 458-7111
Records include birth and death records since 1903, marriage records since January 1966, and divorce records since January 1968.

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Articles

El Paso, Texas, 1908

Texas and New Mexico, 1857

Red River Region, Texas, 1865-85

Texas and New Mexico, 1857

Abilene, Texas, 1892

Texas Legislation on Vital Records Indexes and Adoption Birth Record Access

Texas, 1820-36

Texas, Louisiana, and Kansas, 1763-1802

Texas Chronology

Abilene, Texas, 1892

GENTECH 2001: 2-3 February in Mesquite, Texas

Waco, Texas, 1920

The Index to the 1867 VotersĘ Registration of Texas

Destination: Dallas / Fort Worth Texas

Texas and New Mexico, 1857

El Paso, Texas, 1908

Gammel's "The Laws of Texas 1822-1897" Online

Dallas, Texas, 1893

SAR Finding Your Revolutionary War Ancestors Seminar, Tyler, Texas

Texas Campaigns, 1835-36

Abilene, Texas, 1892

U.S. Civil War Campaign Map of Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas

Calvert, Texas: Preserving a Town's Heritage

Databases

Texas Marriages to 1850

Pleasant Hill Cemetery Inscriptions, Pritchett, Texas

Texas Census, 1820-90

Gregg County, Texas Census, 1910

Ellis County, Texas World War I Veterans

Gregg County, Texas Census, 1900

Dawson, Deaf Smith, Denton and Martin, Texas Census, 1900

Gregg County, Texas Census, 1920

Texas Marriages, 1851-1900

Houston, Texas City Directory, 1917

Galveston, Texas City Directories, 1888-91

San Antonio, Texas City Directories, 1891-94

Dallas, Texas Directory, 1889-94

Waco, Texas Directory, 1890

Houston, Texas Directories, 1882-95

Texas Deaths, 1964-98

Camp Travis, Texas World War I Records

Austin, Texas Directory, 1887-92

Texas Land Title Abstracts

Johnson County, Texas, Cemetery Inscriptions

Johnson County, Texas, Marriages, 1854-72

Atlantic Ports, Gulf Coasts & Great Lakes Passenger Lists, Roll 3: Galveston Texas 1846-71

Search Aids

Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, 1766-1981 Marriage Index California, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Utah, 1850 Census Records Texas, 1851-1900 Marriage Index Early Texas Settlers, 1700s-1800s

Family History Centers

What is a Family History Center?
Family History Centers are branches of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Centers provide access to many of the microfilms and microfiche in the Family History Library to help you identify your ancestors.

Location and Hours
There are more than 3,400 centers worldwide. To find a Family History Center near you, see the list of addresses below.
Before you visit, you should contact the center to verify when it is open.

Services
Staff members will show you around the center, answer some research questions (research expertise in each center varies), help you use center resources, and order microfilms and microfiche from the Family History Library.
Many centers offer classes on different genealogical research topics.

Resources
Most centers have a computer with FamilySearch, which helps you search for information about your ancestors. FamilySearch includes Family History Library Catalog, International Genealogical Index, Ancestral File, Social Security Death Index, Scottish Church Records and the United States Military Index
Most also have Personal Ancestral File, a computer program that allows you to organize your family history information.
Most centers also have a variety of resource files, microfilms, microfiche and published material such as genealogies, histories, gazetteers, atlases and maps at your disposal.

Family History Centers Near You

Other Resources

Information about state archives and libraries:

Write to:
Texas State Library
1201 Brazos Street
Box 12927, Capitol Station
Austin, TX 78711
Telephone: (512) 463-5463
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 8:00-5:00, closed Sunday, Monday, and state holidays
Records include federal census records from 1850-1910, vital statistics indexes, family histories, war records, naturalization records, passenger lists, land records, local histories, maps, and court records.

Information about state genealogical societies:

Write to:
Texas State Genealogical Society (TSGS)
2507 Tannehill
Houston, TX 77008-3052
Telephone: (254) 778-2073
Publications: Stripes, Texas State Genealogical Society Newsletter

 

See also: Texas Genealogy at Live Roots, and Original Texas Documents

 

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