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Barbara Knox [over 16 years supporting the TXGenWeb !] and Edward L. Williams are the site coordinators for this web site. Addition of  information will be an ongoing project, so please check back often. All ideas, suggestions or contributions will be very welcome. If you have resource materials, please volunteer to do lookups and answer queries. You will be helping many people who have roots in Navarro County, Texas.





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Navarro County Genealogy Society - Meetings 2014


presented by Navarro County Genealogical Society and Liz Gillispie Genealogy Department

It is a walking tour of a section of the beautiful old historic Oakwood Cemetery in Corsicana, Texas.

You will be guided by volunteers who will lead you down the path to meet past residents of our city that have left their mark on our town, county and state.

You will learn the stories of these folks as you watch and listen to the first person presentations of the lives of these past dear ones. Who was Lottie Pratt Brown, who died in an oil fire, who was killed by an elephant and do you know what Madame Dora’s real name was?


Date: May 10, 2014
Tickets are $10.00 each.
Call 903-654-4808 to get your tour booked now.
First come first serve!   There is a limit 20 per tour, six tours an hour, starting at 5:30 pm.
Last tour will start at 8:30 pm

Wear walking shoes for comfort!


There are a few copies of the Blooming Grove Pictorial History book left
contact Diane Richards at (903) 695-2330 or email her at

Proceeds go to New Beginnings Family Fellowship Church in Blooming Grove, TX


The City of Frost, Celebrating 125 Years; A Pictorial History of our Heritage

Contact the City of Frost at (903) 682-3861 for information on how to get your copy !  (Tell them you saw in on the Navarro County TXGenWeb !)

As of February 24, 2014, The Navarro County TXGenWeb site contains over 53,995 files with over 23,940 entries in the Obituary Database.  Many Thanks to all the submitters !

Space for this website provided by RootsWeb



Our County History

Our People

Biographies:   or view list

Special Collections:

Vital Records & Census Data

Obituaries:  or view list   or Search

Our Veterans and Wartime Experiences

Wars:   or view list    

Other Military:

Our Towns, Directories, Cemeteries & Places

Cities:   or view list

Cemeteries:     or view list

Business &  Industry:     or view list

Historic Homes:   or view list

Historical Markers and Monuments - view list

Maps - view list

Churches/Temples/Places of Worship - view list

  or view List

Museum Information
Tour the Pioneer Village

Our Newspapers, Articles, Publications & Letters

Phone Books - view list

Newspaper & Journal Extracts - view list 

Navarro County Scroll by year - view list 

Navarro Leaves & Branches - view list

Letters and Correspondence - view list 

Newspapers on Microfilm at Corsicana Library - view list 

Legal Documents - view list

Schools Index || Yearbook Extracts Index || School Reunions

Miscellaneous Information

Queries and Contacts

Research & Reference Information

Misc. Reference Aids

Name Sakes

 Neighboring County Links

Anderson  || Ellis || Freestone || Henderson || Hill  || Kaufman || Limestone



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Neither the Site Coordinators nor the volunteers assume any responsibility for the information or material given by the contributors or for errors of fact or judgment in material that is published at this website.


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Edward L. Williams & Barbara Knox