KENDALL COUNTY

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Kendall County
Currie's Creek Fading Into Historys Memory Vol.II #3 p.25
Battle of Walker Creek Vol.XXXIII #1 p.15
Early Kendall County Jail Records Vol.XIX #1 p.1-5
Early Settlements of Kendall County and Neighboring Areas Vol.VI #3 p.44
First Kendall County Fair, 1906 Vol.I #3,4 p.37
Genealogy of Kendall County Vol.XXI #2 p.10
Halloween In Bankersmith and Grapetown Vol.VII #4 p.55
Hand Written Signatures For the Formation of Kendall County Vol.XVIII #3 p.8
A History of Kendall County as described in a Letter to THE TEXAS NEWYORKER, 1872-1873 Vol.III #1 p.3; Vol.III #2 p.20
Kendall County, 1862 Vol.XXXI #1, p.16
Kendalia, Texas Vol.XXI #1 p.43
Kendall County Vol.XXIII #1 p.45-47
Kendall County Created Vol.I #1 p.1
Kendall County, 1878 Vol.VI #2 p.30
Kendall County, From the Minutes of the Court Vol.XXI #1 p.3
Kendall County Commissioners Court Minutes, Book I, Vol. 1, pg. 19-20, MY 1863 Vol.XXIV #1 p.23
xKendall County Officials of 1909 Vol.XXVI #1 p.17
Lindendale, Texas Vol.XXI #1 p.43
Over a Hundred Years of Kendall County History, by Kate Skinner-Klee and Edna Felps Vol.XXIV #2 p.25
Petitions to create Kendall County Vol.XVIII #3 p.3-7
Petitioners Against the Formation of Kendall County Vol.XVIII #3 p.10
Petitioners for Kendall County Vol.I #1 p.3; Vol.XXII #1 p.25; Vol.XVIII #2 p.1
Pioneer Boerne Merchants-1858-1910 Vol.XXII #1 p.4
Voter List for Kendall County Vol.II #3 p.29