to the TXGenWeb Project site for genealogical research in
McCulloch County, Texas.

McCulloch County was formed by the Sixth Legislature from the Bexar District in 1856 and was named in honor of Benjamin McCulloch -- Indian fighter, Texas Ranger, United States marshal, and brigadier general in the Army of the Confederate States of America.
The geographical center of Texas is located in northeastern McCulloch County, sixteen miles northeast of Brady which is the county seat. The first census of the county, taken in 1870, listed the population as 173; by 1880 that number had grown to 1,533. By 1910 the population had risen to 13,405, in 2000 it was 8,205 and in 2010 it was 8,283.



Site last updated 7/16/2014.

Cover of a souvenir booklet from
Rochelle School 1905-06
Cover photo and inside text generously provided by Karen Boykin Peterson

Thanks Karen!
Rochelle School 1905-06
Compliments of Willie B. McShan, teacher
 
School Board: S. H. Gainer, J. A. Smith, W.H. Cottle
 
PUPILS

Grade one:
Vannoy Waddall, John Wigington, Luther Wigington, Levi Shannon, Clarence Price, Van Huddleston, Lummie Burk, Robert Land, Pearl Williamson, Lorena Neal, Katy Rodgers, Allie Mayfield, Frankie Wigington, Bertha Peel, Jewel Cunningham, Morrie McDonald, Audrey Harkins, Iler Harkins, Ethel Baxter
 
Grade Two
Jimmy Roper, Othar Williamson, David Peel, Glenn Mitchel, Amasa Bentley, Giles Floyd,
Roy Burk, Aruthur Bell, Lillian Gainer, Osa Kincaid, Alta Ranne, Maude Smith, Leatha Peel, Bertie Bell, Josie Cunningham, Clara Land, Dovie McDonald, Dona Blackwell, Ruby Deathrage
 
Grade Three
George Cole, Arthur Rodgers, Marion Ranne,Eugene Townsend, Oscar Floyd, Willie Williams, Eli Huddleston, Georgia Williamson, Francis Rodgers, Jewel Townsend, Ethel Neal, Winnie Smith, Beulah Peel, Ruth Price, Laura Land, Bessie McDonald, Vivian Blackwell, Lida Blackwell

Archives - ... Online and free!  
Biographies - Read and contribute biographies for folks from McCulloch County

Bibliography
- A list of history and genealogy resources for researching in this county. Many of these are located at the local county library.

Cemeteries - List of burial places and cemetery book info 

Death Certificates - Search for Texas death certificates from 1890 - 1976. You can save and print Texas death certificates from this LDS Family Search site.
Early McCulloch County Newspapers - gives a detailed list of the early newspapers in the area.  Special thanks to Johnny and Louise Bates for researching and sharing this information with us.

Links - Click-through links to many sites that might help you in your McCulloch County research.

Local Resources  - Information on the local library, courthouse, hotels and more!

Lookups  - Volunteers who will try to help you find the local information that you need. 

Maps - Links to maps (old and new) of the area

McCulloch County e-mail list
Send message to: txmccull-l-request@rootsweb.com - In the body of the message type "subscribe" without the quotes. Turn off any signature files you might use. This is a low volume list for persons interested in McCulloch County genealogy. If you would prefer a digest version of the list, send the same message to:  txmccull-d-request@rootsweb.com

Search the mailing list archives, or browse the messages.


Microfilm - County records available on microfilm and where to get them

Military - Sources for researching your military kin
Includes WW2 casualties list, yearbook of the 44-A class of flight cadets at Curtis Field, and more

Obituaries - Index to over 5,000 obituaries printed in local newspapers along with instructions to order copies.
                      Submitted obituaries - submitted by researchers to share with you
Old Queries - Read the old queries. You can also search through an alphabetical list of surnames.

Photos - Contributed by good folks like you!

Queries - Post and read queries concerning McCulloch County folks and places. These are automatically posted to the county mail list, too.



Towns in McCulloch County include Brady, Pear Valley, Fife, Lohn, Placid, Rochelle, Voca, Calf Creek, Camp San Saba, Doole, Melvin, and Mercury. 

Neighboring counties: Coleman, Brown, San Saba, Mason, Menard, and Concho.
Visit the TXGenWeb County Selection Page  or the clickable map for more counties.


Awards we have won ...


Nominate us for County of the Month here :)


This page is maintained by Tamara Stevens . Thanks for stopping by... Our goal is to provide you with every possible resource to help you with your McCulloch County, Texas family research in a pleasing, organized format that doesn't take forever to load. If you have records to contribute, please contact me.

This site is associated with the TXGenWeb Project and the USGenWeb Project.
Thanks to Louann Hall for the great start and continuing support!
Copyright  Tamara Stevens