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Texas records from bibles, probate records, wills, cemeteries, 1639-1954

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Dallas, Texas : Filmed by Microfilm Sales & Service, 1961
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of typescript prepared by various chapters of D.A.R., Texas.

Includes index.

Contents: Fannin Co. cemeteries, and family Bible records -- Anderson Co. cemeteries -- Grayson Co. probate abstracts -- Walker Co. probate records -- Young Co. bounty land records, military records, tax receipts, and deed records -- Midland Co. abstracts of wills, marriage records -- Schleicher Co. probate and bible records, abstracts of wills, and probate records -- Coleman Co. abstracts of wills -- Cameron Co. family Bible records -- Montgomery Co. cemetery inscriptions.

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