The Calcott-Vann-Schreiner House was deeded to the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library in Kerrville for  use  as a history, genealogy  and archives center. The structure, sitting near the main Library building, has now become the Kerr Regional History Center & Archives.  


Phase I of its renovation is completed with the ground floor now housing the Genealogy Center.   The members of  Kerrville Genealogical Society, Inc.  volunteer their time  to help those who come to this Genealogy Center.  


These volunteers are able to guide new genealogists and to advise experienced genealogists when they visit the Kerr Regional History Center located at 425 Water Street in Kerrville.  


Hours are: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday -  10 AM to 4 PM.

The History Center will be closed:

"We regret that the History Center will be closed starting June 1, 2014, for approximately 3 months to repair the structural damage on the building."


Kerr Regional History Center & Archives   
Telephone (830) 258-1278



Kerrville Genealogical Society

Bulletin Board

Come join the Kerrville Genealogical Society
for a Genealogy & Technology Seminar
October 11, 2014
Our speaker will be Caroline Pointer
For more information download this page:  LINK
For Registration:  LINK

 Society Meeting Dates
Visitors Always Welcome at the Meetings

Society Meetings are held in the B-H Memorial Library Meeting Room, located at the rear of the Library building, at 505 Water Street, Kerrville, TX.


These meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the months of: Jan., Feb., March, April, May, Sept., Oct. and Nov.


Refreshments served.


Upcoming Programs


April 16, 2014

The program will be “The Story of the Butt Family” about Charles Butt, a pharmacist, and his wife, Florence Thornton Butt who moved to Kerrville in the early 1900’s.


May 21, 2014

Our meeting will be at the Schreiner Mansion at 226 Earl Garret Street.  There will be a talk about the history of the Mansion, which was once the home of Captain Charles Schreiner.


June, July & August

No Meetings


September 17, 2014

Joe Davis, retired Texas Ranger, will talk about the Texas rangers in the Hill Country and will give us an update on the Texas Ranger Heritage Center under construction in Fredericksburg.


October 15, 2014

Bill Groneman, author and Member of the Western Writers of America will speak about "What You Might Not Know About The Battle of Alamo".


November 19, 2014

Stephanie Hagee, Program Administrator and Rich Koone, Education Director for the Admiral Nimitz Foundation will speak about the Foundation and the Nimitz Museum.






Kerrville Genealogical Society, Inc
Mailing Address:    425 Water Street,  Kerrville TX 78028 

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