JOHNSON COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
P. O. BOX 1256
CLEBURNE, TX 76033-1256
PURPOSE: The Johnson County Genealogical Society was
organized in 1984 to collect and preserve genealogical and historical
information about the people of Johnson County. Its purpose is to further an
interest in genealogy, to educate, and to share information in the process of
researching and recording individual family histories.
MEETINGS: Meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of each month,
except December, in the Cleburne Public
Library, 302 W. Henderson Street, Cleburne, Texas.
MEMBERSHIP & DUES: Membership runs yearly from January 1
to December 31. Dues are $15.00 for an individual or $20.00 for a family.
PUBLICATIONS: Finders Keepers, dedicated to preserving
the historical records of Johnson County, is mailed quarterly to all members and to
MATERIAL FOR PUBLICATION: The society solicits
unpublished Johnson County related materials for Finders Keepers. Emphasis is placed on source
materials such as: Bible records, church and lodge records, cemetery and
funeral home records, military records, newspaper clippings, obituaries, old
letters, maps, diaries, school, tax, voter and jury lists. In submitting
Bible records, please send photocopies, including the title page and a typed
copy of the record, in addition to a brief sketch about the family. The editors
reserve the right to edit all material. Submitted material may be returned if
requested and accompanied by a SASE, otherwise it becomes the property of the
society and will be placed on file.
Johnson County Genealogical Society
P. O. Box 1256
Cleburne, TX 76033-1256
QUERIES: Queries with Johnson County connections are
free and will appear in Finders Keepers. Non-members may submit queries. Queries should include dates, places
and full names, if possible. Please send queries to the address listed above.