Pecos County courthouse with dome, Texas, fort Stockton
Pecos County Courthouse - Circa 1900


Pecos County Courthouse ,  Fort Stockton Texas old photo

 
Pecos County Courthouse - 1939
Ft. Stockton, Texas
Pecos County Courthouse ,  Fort Stockton Texas

 
Pecos County Courthouse - Ft. Stockton, Texas - Present Day

 


 

Welcome to Pecos County, Texas!

 

Located in southwest Texas, Pecos County is the second largest county in the state,
covering over 4,700 square miles. C
reated on 3 May, 1871, and began operation in 1875.

 The county seat is located in Fort Stockton. With a population of 7,846, Fort Stockton is the largest town in Pecos County.
Other communities include Bakersfield, Coyanosa, Iraan, Imperial, Sheffield, and Girvin. 

VITALS

Cemeteries

East Hill - Old Fort - Imperial
Restland - Sheffield
Memory Garden
Girvin

Birth Records

Birth (Draft Registration) 1917-1918

Births, 1926-1995

Obits

An on-going process

Marriage Records

Marriages, 1966-2005

 

 

Land Surveys

Land Survey Abstract Indices

of the Original Land Owners of Texas

Census Records

JPEGs

1860 Presidio

1870 Presidio

1880 Pct 1 1880 Pct 2

1880 Pct 3 1880 Pct 4

1880 Mortality

1890 Veteran's Schedule text

1900 Pct 1 1900 Pct 6

 

Divorce Records

Divorces, 1968-2005

 

Death Records

 

1967-2000

PHOTOS

100+ Photos

 Share and identify old photographs
 

Pioneers

Is your family listed here?

If not, they should be!

Pioneer Club

Organized in 1933

1947 Pioneer Club Recipe Book

Pecos County Sheriffs

Tenure of Office - With Pictures!

Branding Irons

Originated in Pecos County

School Yearbooks

1928 Fort Stockton Panther Yearbook

Pecos County Physicians

Need Photos

Postcards

Pecos County

Newspaper Articles

Pecos County Folks

Wanted

Photos of Pecos County Communities  

 
MILITARY

Confederate Pensions

Twelve Applications

War Casualties

WWII, Korean, Vietnam

Military

Pacific Air School, Class of 43-A

Pacific Air School, Class of 43-F

WWI Memorial

Names listed

WWII Memorial

Names listed

Korean and Vietnam Memorial

Names listed

Gibbs Field

Site of Pacific Air School Training

Seeing Double

Betty Marie and Mary Gipson

Slave Narratives

William Davis tells a little about Fort Stockton

1860 Military

Listed from census

1870 Military

Listed from census

1880 Military

Listed from census

LOCAL INFO

Fort Stockton Historical Soc.

Address and information

Addresses

Courthouse, Clerk, Judge, etc

Libraries & Museums

Fort Stockton, Iraan, etc...

Places To Stay

Hotel/Motel

Newspapers

Fort Stockton, Iraan & More

Maps

Regional and County maps

1895 map

Churches

Local Churches

Non-Genealogical

Addresses, etc

Neighbors

Neighboring Counties

Historical Markers

Lots of Info & Photos

 Histories
     Families

Geographic Features

Information about Pecos County

QUERIES & ARCHIVES

Pecos County Table Of Contents

Archives

Queries

Old Queries from 1996 thru 2002

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MISCELLANEOUS

Bibliography

Historical, Genealogical, Archives & Recordings

Volunteers

We need your help!

Water Carnival

Miss Fort Stockton Winners
1936-2007

Interesting Links

Links about Pecos County

Genealogies

Online

Frank Hamer,
Texas Ranger

Once a wrangler in Sheffield

Landmarks & Vanished Communities

Pecos County

   

Calendar

Add your Family Reunions!

 

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 Pecos County Coordinator - Linda Simpson

 

Much appreciation to Eddie Cope, former Pecos County Coordinator!

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