Frio County, Texas



         Welcome!

Hi, my name is Carla Clifton, the temporary county coordinator, and I would like to welcome you to the Frio County TXGenWeb Project. I'm very glad you stopped by and hope that you find this website useful for your genealogical research. I'm always in the need of help in getting data on-line. If you'd be interested in helping, please let me know. I may not be able to help with specific research questions, but should you have any questions or comments regarding the Frio County Genealogy Project, please e-mail me.  This county is available for adoption.  If you are interested in adopting Frio County TXGenWeb, please contact the State Coordinator,  Shirley Cullum.

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Books
(With Frio Co. history/family info)

Calendar

Cemeteries

Census Records
(1860, 1870, 1880, 1900)

 Communities & Settlements  

Confederate Pension Applicants

Death Index (Social Security)
A-B  C-F  G-J  K-M  N-P  Q-S  T-Z

Deaths - Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church,  Pearsall (1906 - 1956)
A-E  F-L  M-R  S-Z

Frio "Tidbits"
(Stories about Frio County past)

History of Frio County

Links
(Historical & genealogical web sites)

Lookups

Maps

Marriages
(1871 - 1900)

Marriages - Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Pearsall, TX
(1900 - 1938)

Naturalization Roll
(1877 through 1906)

Neighboring Counties

Obituaries
Aug 2013

Old Photos
(Historical, Family, Homestead)  

Personal Genealogy Web Sites 

Post Offices & Postmasters
 
(1872 - 1930)

Sheriffs

Tax Rolls: 1887  (553 entries)
1910 (1144 entries)

Texas Union Soldier Schedule
(1890)

Dilley High School 1938 Year Book

Frio County TXGenWeb Project Message Board
(Post your inquiry or review others)


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TXGenWeb Project (Counties A to Z)

 
TXGenWeb Archives for Frio County  


USGenWeb Project

"A people that take no pride in the noble achievements of remote ancestors will never achieve anything worthy to be remembered with pride by their descendants."     Macauley

Document Your Family History

Do You Have Older Living Relatives? Interview them at the earliest opportunity. Document their irreplaceable "Library" of knowledge concerning your family history. Don't look back some day, having thought you had all the time in the world, only to realize you didn't.  Then, share the Knowledge. As our elders grow older, we must encourage them to again tell the old old stories that make us laugh until tears run, or cry sweet tears of remembrance. The voices that tell stories today are echoes of our loved ones who have come and gone before us.  We must strive to document and tell the life-stories that will mean so much to our descendants. Write your history, including life events that may seem trivial to you now, but will be a priceless treasure to your loved ones. Save, protect and share these stories with your family.

Thank You

     A special "thank you" is conveyed to Joe Tafolla, Jim Webb, Ann & Roy Bowman, Rey Ramirez, Arnold Hernandez, Margie Morales Warren, Tom Graham, Linda Howard, and Ann & Charles Sadler for their census and cemetery data. Their contributions have helped make this site a better research source. 

Last update: August 10, 2013