in Burnet County
in Burnet County
and Living in Burnet County
of Burnet County
Mortality Schedule -
a list of persons who died in Burnet County during the
year that ended 1 June 1860.
This link will take you to the LDS
Church Website. You can search by surname or by
county. This is a free census search page. Let me know
if I can help you with the page.
of Other Locations
on this link to go directly to Rootsweb's Soundex
of Burnet County Pioneers -
submitted by Burnet County researchers. Send yours in
today! Please limit to the earliest Burnet County Pioneer
plus 3 or four generations.
- A list of names, country
of origin and date of declaration or granted naturalization
from a WPA effort in 1941.
- Snippets of general interest transcribed from
microfilmed copies of The Burnet Bulletin and Marble Falls
Messenger. Other newspapers items below:
letters, and journal entries from the past. Please share
your ancestor's musings with us.
Album - a
collection of photos in alphabetical order from
various sources: submitted by researchers, vertical
files of Herman Brown Free Library, newspapers. Photos
are linked to other information about the subject.
Photos that need
your help to be identified.
of Photos in "A
Pictorial History of the Burnet Area",
published by the Burnet Bulletin in 1994.
Index of Photos
Pictorial History of Marble Falls",
republished by The Highlander, 2006
from the Past
the Burnet Bulletin of 1874. Add to our collection--send
in your family's favorite old time recipe!
of the Burnet High School, 1892-93
transcription of the school catalogue that lists
school board members, faculty, and all students for
in the County,
1899, a list
Creek School, 1899
Creek School, 1901
Falls College; history and class of 1894
Falls High School, Junior Class, 1943
Falls High School, Senior Class, 1944
on this link to go to information about the categories
Larry Wayland McCoy and Thompson brothers to WWII
added Memorial to Patrick Michael
Goble on Vietnam Page
Grave Markers - Links
to organizations that may be able to help you identify
symbols on military graves
- established by the United
States government in the first quarter of 1849 to protect
white settlements from hostile Indians, and abandoned by
articles about the Indian War in Burnet County
Sketches of Civil War Vets; Veterans buried
in Burnet County; Confederate Pensioners List (with links
to pension transcripts); Indigent List; 1890 Veterans
Schedule, and other Civil War Links.
- Participants from
Burnet County and links to sites with information about
- List of participants, Veterans buried in the County,
news articles, and links to WWI sites.
War II -
List of participants
and casualties from Burnet County. Links to WWII casualty
and many other databases. Please
share your WWII info for inclusion in this section.
Casualty List for county and
Casualty List for county and
War - Afghanistan and Iraq
in Burnet County
List - an alphabetical list of
all known cemeteries in the County. Links to geographic
information, location description, and links to
transcriptions. See list below.
Photos - a USGenWeb project accepting
photos from volunteers and cataloged by county. This link is
to Burnet County cemetery photos, but you can find links to
other states and counties, too, on that page.
- An alphabetized list of deaths occurring from 1903-1917.
One record was from 1886; another record was from 1891.
This intro page has links for Surname - Alpha; Date of
Death; and Cause of Death.
Notices Index - 1950s
to mid 1980s, with date of funeral, church and minister
info, and cemetery
index of obituaries at this site. Full obituaries culled
from old newspapers and contributed by researchers. Send
yours in NOW!
Indexes of Microfilmed Newspapers
-- one list of all years, arranged
alphabetically. The index shows deceased
person's name, age, residence, newspaper and
publication date. This is an ongoing
project. Thanks to Rose Wall, Burnet County
Genealogical Society Volunteer for her enthusiastic
work on this project!
To request a copy of an obituary from this list, please
contact the society at
Links for Burnet and other Counties
site is filled with information on public records for all
counties. It lists sheriff's offices, county clerks
offices etc. Some counties, like Burnet, have their
property database on line and it is fully searchable. You
can find most of the addresses you're looking for in your
Burnet County Email
List! -- Send message to: email@example.com
- In the body of the message type "subscribe" without the
quotes. Turn off any signature files you might use. This is
a low-volume list for persons interested in Burnet County
genealogy. There is a Digest version of the list available.
If you'd prefer to subscribe to the Digest, send the above
message to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
To see archived messages, go to Message
County Links Page - links
to sites which may have interest to Burnet County
researchers. Many are the personal genealogy of persons
who have ancestors in Burnet County. If you have a
genealogy page on the internet with ties to Burnet County
and would like to have it linked here, please
e-mail me at
County Reference Books FOR SALE -
The Burnet County History, Vol I and Vol II;
Burnet County Cemetery Records, 1852-1982; and more
Information about the
courthouse, addresses, telephone numbers, and a picture of
the courthouse in 1937 when it was dedicated.
and Lineage Organizations -
officers, and program notes
- click on link for specific items
Library - old county newspapers, census
records, and Texas death records
Baylor University - birth, death, probate,
deeds, tax records -- all available through interlibrary
Bulletin - 1874, 1876, 1878 - an index of
microfilmed newspapers, various months for the mentioned
years, arranged by date and then surname. Ongoing
1898 through 1913 - an index of microfilmed Burnet
Bulletin issues for mentioned years. The list is
organized alphabetically by name, with columns showing
type of event and date of newspaper issue in which the
name is mentioned.
index of historical articles about Burnet County or
citizens of Burnet County that appeared in The
Highlander Newspaper during the 1970s. Some Llano
- an index of family history articles published in
Index from microfilmed newspapers
- - an index of newspaper items found in the Vertical
Files of the Herman Brown Free Library, and other
sources. Organized alphabetically by name, title of
newspaper and date. Oct 2000.