Limestone Co., TX

 

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Limestone County, Texas was formed in 1846 from Robertson County.  Records are available from 1873.
The County Seat is Groesbeck.  The original courthouse in Springfield burned in 1873, with the loss of all records.

Fort Parker was the site of the massacre in 1836 in which most of the Parker family were killed, and some of the family members were carried off to become captives, including Cynthia Ann Parker.
The Hill Co Genealogical Society now has a web site.  Please visit their new site for possible resources for your research area.  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txhcgs/
The Butler Co. AL site has some of the tombstone pictures posted for Lost Prairie Cemetery you can see them HERE

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