|The Mills County Historical Commission cordially invites anyone to
attend the regular monthly meetings that are held on the first Tuesday of
each month, in the Mills County courthouse at 9:30 a.m. unless noted below
Several of the
Mills County Cemeteries have historical
markers and others are preparing to apply for one. If you have any
information on any of the earlier cemeteries and the people of the
community, please come and share the information with the Mills County
To see a printout of all Books available for purchase from the Mills County Historical Commission, Click here
To visit On-Line Cemetery Listings, Please visit the Mills County TXGenWeb Page for Mills County Cemetery's
Mills County The Way It Wasby Hartal Langford Blackwell
This beautiful bound book is another excellent record of the early day settlers of Mills County and early settlements..
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This book is available now. the Cost is Only $30.00 plus $ 3.50 shipping if being mailed and no shipping if picked up
To place an order or get more information, Please call Wallace Johnson at 325-648-2788
Please mention you received the information from the webpage when contacting Wallace.
Members of the Mills County Historical Commission, History
Book committee compiled the book "Mills
County Memories" in 1994. This is an excellent
record of the early day settlers of Mills County and early settlements.
This book covers all the communities in Mills County, with a listing of
the cemeteries and persons to contact for the cemeteries. Includes maps
with a updated page to show the new road numbers. The Committee put a lot
of time and effort into this published book.
- History Book Committee
(Photo provided from The Goldthwaite Eagle-Mullin Enterprise Article Nov 1998
These are popular Gift and personal "Keepsake" item and has been requested by those who missed out the first time. Don't miss out this time, only 50 more were ordered and call Wallace Johnson at 325-648-2788 to reserve yours today or for more details.Please mention you received the information from the webpage
|WOW !!! What a great turnout-|
Thank you for coming
|Special thanks to Govenor Bush, Bob Phillips, The Mills County
Historical Commission and practically all of Mills County and people from
all over the state that either helped or watched the dedication and
reopening of the newly renovated Regency Suspension Bridge.
There are only two historic suspension bridges left in the State of Texas that are still open to vehicle traffic. This bridge was built in 1939 and crosses the Colorado River between Mills County and San Saba County.
Swinging Bridge is also the bridge that Bob Phillips, "Texas Country Reporter" uses an aerial view of at the beginning of his shows.
|You can write or the commission for more details about this or any other project. Please mention you received the information from the webpage|
Read the Narrative
for the Swinging Bridge that is on file with the Texas State Historical
Thanks to the brave men and women
who served and are serving our country.
This yellow ribbon will be left on this page
to show our continued support for these men and women in these difficult times.
The Chairman of the Mills County
Historical Commission, R.C. Edmondson, would like to extend a invitation to
all with ancestors in Mills County to contact the Commission or you
can e-mail the Mills County,Texas GENWEB Volunteer, who will gladly forward any
messages. Please put MCHC in the Query
subject: click here to send your Mills
County Historical Commission
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