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Welcome to Kerr County's Genealogy Webpage

From the Heart of the Texas Hill Country



Below you will find a list of books and volunteers who are willing to do Look-ups in those books. Click on the name of the volunteer to send an e-mail requesting the Look-up. 


(Note:  Volunteers will not click on a link that requires them to register in order to answer your Look-up request.   For this type of spam blocker, please add the volunteer's e-mail as an allowed address to ensure a response.)


Please Follow These Guidelines When Requesting Your Look-up

1.  In the Subject of your e-mail put KERR COUNTY LOOK-UP.
In the body of your e-mail name the book you want searched & the surname you are interested in.
3.  Give a first name, a date or other information to help the researcher identify the person you seek.
4.  No more than one book and surname per request.

You may e-mail separately for each surname and book you need researched. The volunteer will handle your requests as time permits. Some requests may take longer than others.

Don't forget to thank the volunteer after your request has been answered.


"The History of Eastern Kerr County" by Gerald Witt

This history has biographical sketches of early Kerr Co residents, marriage records for 1856-1886, histories of towns, churches and schools in the early days. Pub. 1986: Gerald Witt

All copyright laws are observed, however; no unauthorized use of copyrighted materials is allowed.


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