- The Herman Brown Free Library
- Location: on the Square, at the corner of Main &
- Hours: 9 am - 5:30 pm. Monday - Friday. Please call for special
- Internet: Computer access available for all Burnet
County library patrons. Building is equipped with Wi-Fi.
internet tutor is available by appointment.
- Phone: (512) 715-5228
- Search the holdings of the Herman Brown Free Library at <http://www.hermanbrownlibrary.org>
- Repository for the bulk of the county's main genealogy and
local history collection -- The Dobie Room--features large
- One digital microfilm reader/printer, which may be reserved up to
week in advance, is available for use in 2-hour time blocks. Call
to make sure the machine is not reserved before you come in.
new digital microfilm reader/printer requires a training
session prior for first-time users. Call the
for more information.
- The microfilm collection
includes the Burnet Bulletin, Bertram Enterprise, Marble Falls
Messenger, The Highlander, River Cities, and Picayune newspapers
from 1874, with years 1882-98 missing; Texas Death records to 1940;
Burnet County Tax Records; and Federal Census microfilm from 1860 to
1930. No microfilm is available at any other Burnet County
- One computer available in the Dobie room for use with
Genealogy Research CDs (not for checkout). Ask for one CD set
time at the front desk.
- Family Tree Maker's Family Archives
- Vital Records Index of the British Isles, 1538-1888
- Vital Records Index of North America, 1631-1888
- Sons of the American Revolution Patriot Index
- 1851 British Census
- Federal Pensioners' Roll of 1883
- Family History Source Guide
- National Genealogical Society Quarterly
- Civil War Records
- Burnet County Federal Census on CD -- 1850, 1860, 1870,
1880, 1900, 1910, 1920
- 1880 U.S. Census by LDS
- Freedman's Records
- Click here
for information on Burnet
County Reference Books for Sale
here to go to a family
name index and inventory
of the Dobie Room's genealogy surname
here to go to
an index and inventory of the vertical file folders that contain historical
here to go to an index of
Histories of Burnet County Citizens
from the 1970s
- Location: 101 Main Street, Marble Falls
- Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Friday. Please call for
special holiday hours.
- Internet: internet access available for Burnet County
library patrons. Filters available for children. Volunteer internet
tutors provide assistance to those who are technology challenged.
Appointments advised, but not required for tutors. Computers may be
reserved up to one week in advance by phone or in person at the desk.
- Phone: (830) 693-3023
- Search the holdings of the Burnet County Library System
- Genealogy: While the Burnet County library system's main
genealogy and local history collection is housed at the Herman Brown
Free Library in Burnet, the Marble Falls Public Library does have:
- basic how-to genealogy materials and some local history
information in the Texana area
- a few isolated family histories and photos of the Marble
<>Vertical File information on local history and families is
kept at the Reference Desk
Falls: A research library of the Church Of
Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is in Marble Falls at 200 Via
Hours are: Thursday, 10 a.m. - 1
p.m.; Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30
p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The library is staffed only with volunteers;
please call 693-5363 to make sure they're open.
Buchanan Dam area in Llano County: A
new Family History Center of the Church Of
Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is located at 1676 Ranch
Road 261. The Llano Family History Center is open Thursdays
and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-noon. Call (830) 613-7181 for more
Library - Genealogy.
View and order copies of Texas
Pension files online. Much more genealogy
information online at this site.
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Last update: Sunday, 22-Jan-2017 10:44:25 MST