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“20 Years Ago”–a series of articles reprinted from the Mabank Banner of the 1920s and 30s

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The Southland newspaper devoted to the history and resources of Van Zandt County, Texas. Published c1904

Among the paper files of the Paula Davis Genealogical Library¬†was an original undated newspaper, The Southland, Vol. XII, No. 1, which was “devoted to the history and resources of Vanzandt (sp) Co. Texas.” Since this is the 13 volume and … Continue reading

Posted in Adrian, Alexander, Allen, Andrews, Ashworth, Auten, Ayers, Bateman, Bell, Benton, Brewster, Brothers, Brown, Bundy, Burnett, Cannon, Carr, Chamblee, Cheatham, Chrestman, Clark, Collier, Collins, Constant, Cook, Cowles, Curlin, Curry, Davidson, Davis, Denman, Doudell, Douglas, Eiland, Farrell, Fie;lder, Fisher, Fitzgerald, Florence, Foster, Fox, Freeman, Fry, Gee, Germany, Gibbert, Gibbs, Gilbert, Goonight, Gray, Greer, Gunderson, Hale, Hallman, Harris, Hatton, Head, Heard, Hendley, Henry, High, Hobbs, Hockwald, Horseley, Howard, Hubbard, Hubbard, Humphries, Jennings, Jordan, Kearby, Kirby, Kuykendall, Lancaster, Lawler, Lewis, Lively, Longstreet, Lumpkin, Luster, Manning, Marchman, Martin, Matthews, Mayfield, McAdams, McBee, McCollough, McFarland, McKain, McKinnon, McMahon, Meeks, Miller, Mills, Millsaps, Moore, Murphrey, Murrey, Neil, Newburn, Nolen, Norman, Nunnally, Parsons, Peace, Persons, Phillips, Pilley, Ponder, Post, Powdrill, Price, Rast, Reed, Reynolds, Rhodes, Richardson, Riddle, Riley, Roaher, Russell, Samford, Seale, Sides, Smith, Snow, Spears, Standlee, Stanhiser, Starnes, Stuart, Sullivan, Tharp, Thompson, Thorn, Townley, Trednick, Tucker, Tull, Vermillion, Vineyard, Wallace, Watkins, Weeks, Whaley, Williams, Wingo, Wood, Wright, Yantis, Young | Comments Off on The Southland newspaper devoted to the history and resources of Van Zandt County, Texas. Published c1904

Families and Related Families of Kaufman County

Posted in Able, Ables, Adam, Adams, Airheart, Alexander, Allen, Alley, Anders, Anderson, Andrew, Andrews, Anthony, Armistead, Armstrong, Arnold, Arrington, Asteen, Atwood, Augier, Ayres, Bachop, Badgett, Bailey, Bain, Baird, Baker, Baldree, Baldwin, Baley, Balfour, Ball, Ballard, Bannister, Barfield, Barker, Barley, Barnes, Barnett, Bartlett, Barton, Basham, Bateman, Beard, Beaty, Beck, Becker, Beckett, Beeman, Bell, Belyen, Bennett, Benson, Benton, Berryman, Bidgood, Bills, Birdsong, Bivens, Blackburn, Blackburn, Blain, Blake, Blasius, Blythe, Bobbin, Bobbitt, Boddie, Bodine, Boggess, Boles, Bond, Boradfoot, Bow, Bowles, Bowling, Bowls, Box, Boyd, Boykin, Boyles, Boze, Bradford, Branch, Breckenridge, Brennan, Brettain, Brewer, Briggs, Brisbane, Briscoe, Brisendine, Brittain, Brodie, Broke, Brooks, Brotherson, Brown, Brownlee, Bruner, Bruton, Bryant, Bryce, Buchanan, Buchannon, Buea, Buie, Bullard, Bullock, Bunkle, Burchfield, Burford, Burge, Burger, Burkhalter, Burton, Butler, Cage, Cain, Caldwell, Camp, Caradine, Carlisle, Caro, Carradine, Carter, Cartwright, Cash, Causey, Cave, Chambers, Chapman, Chilcoat, Chisholm, Chisum, Choate, Churchill, Civil War, Clapp, Clark, Clay, Clayton, Clemmons, Clonts, Cobb, Coffman, Cole, Collier, Compton, Conkling, Conner, Coon, Cooper, Copeland, Costello, Cottingham, Cotton, Couch, Council, Counsel, Coupland, Covin, Cowan, Cox, Coyle, Crady, Crawford, Creamer, Cree, Crisp, Criswell, Critchfield, Crocker, Crook, Crouch, Cruse, Crutchfield, Culver, Dadds, Daniels, Dansby, Darr, Dashiel, Dashull, Daugherty, Davenport, Davis, Davlen, Dawson, Day, Dean, Dees, Dellis, Denman, Dickerson, Dickey, Dickinson, Dillard, Dishman, Dixon, Dodd, Donaldson, Dorsey, Doss, Douglass, Doyle, Dozier, Driver, Duff, Duke, Dukes, Duncan, Dunford, Dunn, Durraugh, Durrington, Dwyer, Dyer, Eagan, Eastep, Easterley, Edmundson, Edwards, Elgan, Eliot, Eliott, Elston, Erwin, Estolly, Eubank, Eudy, Evans, Everett, Ezell, Faires, Fannin, Fanning, Farley, Farmer, Feagin, Fender, Ferguson, Fields, Fitzgerald, Flatt, Fleetwood, Fleming, Flint, Flowers, Floyd, Fogleman, Foster, Fowler, Fox, Franklin, Frazure, Freeman, French, Fry, Fulcher, Fuller, Galey, Galley, Gammel, Gardemer, Garden, Gardenshire, Gardner, Garrett, Geddie, Gheen, Gibbard, Gibbins, Gibbs, Gibson, Giekie, Gilbert, Gilchrist, Gilkey, Gill, Gillaspie, Gillean, Glass, Godwin, Goodman, Goodnight, Goodwin, Gordon, Gort, Graham, Gray, Greathouse, Greenhaw, Greer, Gregg, Gresham, Griffin, Griffing, Griffith, Grimes, Grinnan, Grisham, Grubbs, Guice, Guthrie, guy, Guynes, Haggerty, Kaufman County, Texas, Texas Republic | Leave a comment

Newspaper Chronicles, Mabank, Texas, 1903-1938

We have reindexed the Boatwright article of “Newspaper Chronicle, Mabank, Tesas, 1903-1938.” Now it is possible to apply a “find,” enter the search word and find the item without going page by page. We consider the “find” to be reasonably … Continue reading

Posted in Alexander, Banner, Barton, Bledsoe, Boatwright, Boykin, Canton, Carruthers, Coupland, Courier, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Cumnow, education, Ellis County, Eubank, family names, Goshen, Graham, Griffin, history, Holley, Horn, Jennings, Justice, Kaufman County, Kemp, Kerens, Lawndale, library, Mabank, Mabank Courier, Malakoff, Methodist Episcopal Church, Missionary Baptist Church, Mizell, Monitor, names, Old, Patterson, Quinlen, railroad, Rice, Schiebe, schools, Spikes, Stokes, Terry, Texas, Thompson, Tri-County Library, Urban | Leave a comment