Bandera County TXGenWeb
WHAT'S NEW ON THIS WEBSITE
New information about the Tragedy Tree Killings
Bandera County Heritage Properties
The 1978 Flood
See the USGenWeb's Index of Bandera County Births 1926 - 1995
THE 1860 CENSUS TRANSCRIPTION
New and Updated Links on the Bandera County Military Records & Databases Page
The Story of the Bandera Stompede
The Bandera County Guest (Dude) Ranches
The Texas Historical Commission's Pamphlet on
Preserving Historic Cemeteries
(downloadable PDF file) also includes Texas cemetery laws.
U. S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule Entries
The 1892 Marriage Records
Trials and Tribulations on the Frontier
Bandera County Historical Commission
The Historical Commission's new website is now online!
World War I Bandera County Draft Registrations
The Reitzer/Eckhart Murders
The Langford Family Website
News Flashes About Bandera County
African-Americans in Bandera County
The County Today - New Photos Added
The Bandera City Cemetery listing has been newly updated!
Saint Christopher Episcopal Cemetery has been added.
The BOOT* of Bandera (*The Book of Old Timers)
MORE NEW INFORMATION IS BEING ADDED
ALL THE TIME, SO CHECK BACK OFTEN!
The background photo on this page is of the agarita, a native Texas shrub plentiful in Bandera County. The fragrant yellow flowers that bloom in spring are very attractive to honeybees, who use the nectar to make some of the best-tasting honey produced in Texas.
This page is maintained by Donna Schulte Loth - 2009
If you find any of the Bandera
links inoperable, please send me a message.