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  COUNTY RECORDS  AND SOURCES OF  GOLIAD  COUNTY,  TEXAS 
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THE GOLIAD COUNTY, TEXAS COURTHOUSE AND ALMOST ALL COUNTY RECORDS WERE DESTROYED BY FIRE IN JUNE 1870.

 

SOURCES  OF  RECORDS FOR GOLIAD COUTY, TEXAS

 

GOLIAD COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION

Goliad County Historical Commission, 205 South Market Street, Goliad, Texas  Phone: 361-645-8767  The Market House Museum is operated by the Goliad County Historical Commission.

 
 

COUNTY OF GOLIAD, TEXAS

This is the website of the Goliad County, Texas Government.  Follow the links on their site for the Goliad County and District Clerk's Office, and for Goliad County Information and Referral.

 
 

ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS, TEXAS STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES COMMISSION

This site details the contact information  for Goliad County Records Available on Microfilm From Victoria College and University of Houston-Victoria.  Following the links also list where other Texas County microfilmed records may be obtained.

 
 

GOLIAD COUNTY CHURCHES

Church records are a great sources for family history research, especially in Goliad County which had a Courthouse fire destroying many records.  This website is from the Goliad County Chamber of Commerce.  It list the churches with addresses and telephones.  However, this web site was last updated in 2001.

 
 

MUSEUMS IN GOLIAD COUNTY

This is an excellent source for family history.  For example, the Market House Museum in Goliad sells books relating to family history research in Goliad County.  This web site list addresses and telephone numbers and is presented on the Goliad County Chamber of Commerce website last updated in 2001.

 
 

SOUTH TEXAS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, INC

This is a genealogical society for Bee, Goliad, Karnes, Live Oak, Refugio and San Patricio Counties. 

 
 

GENEALOGY FORUM.COM, TEXAS GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES

Located on RootsWeb.com, this web site list most of Texas' Genealogical Societies, Historical Societies, Libraries and Archives, Church Records, Court Records, Texas Gazetteers, and many other research tools for obtaining records.  

 
 

Archives and Records  The Texas General Land Office, Established in 1837

Established in 1837, the Archives of the Texas General Land Office consists of land grant records and maps dating to the 18th century relating to the passage of Texas public lands to private ownership. Still important to Texans because of their legal value, the materials are also now highly regarded by genealogists, historians, archeologists, and surveyors.

 
 

 

 

 
 

 

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