This section lists associations from Van Zandt to Wood giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
A number of archives are accessible at the Library of Genealogy and Local History which is located at the Co. Courthouse Annex, Terrell St. and Hwy 19, Canton, Texas.
These archives include a Surname File, Civil War Files, Vertical Family Files which incorporate Family Research Material gathered over 10 years, Books, Periodicals, Quarterlies, Microfilm, Microfiche, CDs and Oral Histories.
Many publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
A Table of Contents for Past Issues of their Quarterly Publication is accessible on the site.
A number of publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
A list of Surnames currently being researched by Members is also available, along with the Society's Mailing List.
A number of archives are available in Huntsville Public Library, which comprise:
As the association is an Affiliate of the LDS Library in Salt Lake City, it is possible to order Microfilm and Microfiche from the LDS Library and view it at the Facility.
A number of Databases and Indexes are on-line, which include Cemetery Indexes, Walker Co. History Books and the Texas Tides Project.
Some publications are available for sale, which incorporate Cemetery Books and a Surname Index of the 1870 Census for the area.
Some Publications are also available through Dickenson Research, which comprise:
There are also links to other sites you may find of use.
The association has newspapers dating from 1896 to 2010. They are in the process of making these available on the site. Obituaries from 1918, 1927-1969 and 1993-1995 are also available, along with Marriages 1873-1917, indexed by both Bride and Groom.
There is also a list of Military Men and Women mentioned in Waller Co. Newspapers 1940-1969. In addition, some Historical Pictures and other Documents are available on the site.
A number of publications are available for sale, which include Forgotten Places, Directory of Historical Markers, Little of Six Shooter Junction and Former Post Offices.Website:
An Archives Table of Contents is available, which includes the following indexes:
There is also a Library Index which lists the Books and Documents in their Library, which covers:
It is possible to view a list of WCGS Pioneer Certificates, issued to those people who could prove they are directly descended from anybody who resided in the area before 31st December 1880, on the site.Website:
The association is based in Quitman Public Library where an extensive number of archives are available, which incorporate:
They also have numerous Genealogy CD's which include:
There is a list of Surnames in the Library's Vertical Files on the site.
Some Publications are available for sale, which comprise: