Genealogical and Historical Society of Caldwell County

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Genealogical and Historical Society
of Caldwell County

We are also known as

Caldwell County Genealogical
and Historical Society


Our Address:
215 South Pecan Avenue, Luling TX 78648
How to Find Us!
Email: C.C. Gen. & Hist. Society
Phone: 830-875-9466

The purpose of the organization is educational: to provide and maintain an organization for the study of historical and genealogical records, to collect and preserve these records in accordance with good archival practices, and to make them available for research in the Historical Research Center (HRC), Luling Public Library.


Historical Society Research Center hours:

Tuesday thru Friday 1 PM-5 PM
Saturday 10 to 1 by appointment

Volunteers are on duty to assist daily.
Telephone to be sure, if you wish, 830-875-9466
Volunteers will do quick look-ups in response to email and postal requests as time permits.
(SASE)

The Research Center has a large number of both Caldwell County and non-Caldwell County records, books, and quarterlies on the shelves for public use. Microfilm of Texas Census, Lockhart newspaper, and available Luling newspapers are held for use of the public.

Surname (family) books in the Research Center are listed here.

Queries are answered as time permits, a Self-Addressed-Stamped-Envelope is required.
Extensive research must be referred to an outside researcher, and a list can be provided.

Books available for sale from the Research Center.

Annual Meeting
For Election of Officers


2nd Monday in November, 6:30 PM
November - date, time and location to be published in local papers and posted on this site.
Special meetings during the year will also be announce in the area newspaper and on our website.

CCG&HSoc is a 501-3c non-profit organization.
Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in preserving genealogy
and history regardless of race or creed.

Dues Structure
Single, $20; Couple, $25; Friend of the Library, $35; Sponsor, $50; Patron, $100
Last three categories have name printed in the Plum Creek Almanac.
Annual Dues, from January to December.
Membership Application

Circulation
Circulation of the Plum Creek Almanac includes Exchanges nationwide
Members from New England to Alaska
We do not sell advertising space, however we accept and review books.

The award-winning Plum Creek Almanac has been published twice a year since 1983.
A copy of every issue is on the shelf in the Historical Research Center.
PCA Locations will help you locate other sources of back issues of the journal.

A copy of the Index to Contents of the Plum Creek Almanac is posted at PCA Contents.
Subscription to the PCA is included in membership dues. -o-o-o-

Material is solicited for the vertical files and possible inclusion in the PCA from anyone with interest in Caldwell County, and in the area which covered DeWitt's Colony. Other materials are welcome, and will be added as space permits.

Deadline for copy for the Spring issue is February 1st; Fall issue deadline is July 1st.

Books available for sale from the Research Center.

Officers:
Bill Watson, President
Peggy Engledow, Vice President
Ludell Jeffers, Recording Secretary
Patricia Crisler, Corresponding Secretary.
Warren Edwards, Treasurer

Appointees:
Librarian: Vacant
Genealogical Records: Sherri Basham
Membership Chairman: Virgina Sofge
Historian: Donaly Brice
Past President: LuDell Jeffers
Computer/Internet:

Publication Staff:
Editor: Vacant
Assistant Editor: Vacant
Associates: Sherri Basham, Kay Dunlap Boyd, Donaly Brice,
Wanda B. Carter, LuDell Jeffers, Jimmy Lewis, Bill Watson
Special Assistants: Pat Crisler, Donaly Brice
Typesetting: Jill Matteson


About Lockhart, the County Seat: Lockhart Chamber of Commerce
About the City of Luling: Luling Home Page

Special thanks to ROOTSWEB

Updated 09/12/2014
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