Category Archives: Henderson County

Carolyn Bostian Tells Root Seekers about a First Family of Henderson County, Tx, on July 18, 2016

Carolyn Bostian Tells Root Seekers about a First Family                                   of Henderson County, TX On July 18, 2016, the Root seekers met at the … Continue reading

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Carolyn Bostian presents “A View of a Henderson County First Family” at the July 18th Root Seekers Genealogical Society meeting

Please join us on July 18th at the Root Seekers Genealogical Society monthly meeting where Carolyn Bostian will present “A View of a Henderson County First Family” The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm at the Tri-County Library/Resource Center in … Continue reading

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RSGS Program, 18 August, 2014, Military Memorials in Kaufman County, Texas

For those who were unable to attend the Root Seekers Meeting of 18 August, here is the Monitor article about the talk given by Veteran Robert (Bob) Johnson.

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Pages from Family Bibles–Today we have begun a new series of entries with the Family Bible Pages of the Pritchett family of Kaufman County, Texas. As family Bible Pages are submitted, we will add to this series.

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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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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

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Sculpture Gardens & Art Tour

Sculpture Gardens & Art Tour in the Upper East Side of Texas  On Saturday, 28 April 2012, the Greater Malakoff Area Garden Club in collaboration withy County Line Magazine sponsored a Sculpture Garden & Art Tour in the Tri-County area … Continue reading

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