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WELCOME TO SABINE COUNTY - FAMILY HISTORY AND GENEALOGY

 Howdy.  My name is Douglas Anderson. I am the volunteer host of the Sabine County Family History and Genealogy Web site, as part of the  TXGenWeb and the USGenWeb Projects.  For those who know her, and those that do not, the inspiring,  Ms. Barbara Yancy Dore,  also known around these parts as the "RootsLady",  the previous volunteer host for the Sabine County web site, was an energizing pioneer in the development and marriage of East Texas Genealogy and History to the East Texas Computer.  My hat goes off to her for her volunteerism and contributions, so I will do my best to support her legacy.  So,  WELCOME to SABINE COUNTY!  As a volunteer to host the Sabine County, Texas family history website,  I welcome your comments, submissions, transcriptions, and suggestions.  If you would like to contribute information for presentation on the Sabine County-Family History and Genealogy web site, please let me know. There are many researchers around the globe trying to find that loved one or that special part of their family.  I hope this web site will provide the information to make this their last stop.  Again, any comments, suggestions, additions, problem reports and criticisms are welcome. Please contact me Douglas Anderson .

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Created: 1836
Parent: Old Mexican ( Sabine District ) Municipality
Colony: Zavala
Before 1832 the area was part of the Municipality ofNacogdoches. It belonged to the Municipality of SanAugustine from 1832 until 1835, when it became theMunicipality of Sabine.
1875: Courthouse Fire Destroyed Most Records

 Sabine County Histories: A History Written by a Sabine County Resident, Sabine County Historical Markers, and more....
The county seat of Sabine County, Texas is Hemphill. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 10,553, an increase of 967 over the 1990 census.

Government Institutions Related to Sabine County, Texas   ( During Republic of Texas ) ,   ( Present Government )

Cities * Towns * Communities

Sabine County Churches

VITAL RECORDS AND ASSOCIATED INFORMATION (Births, Bible Records, Marriages, Deaths, etc.)

FAMILIES OF SABINE COUNTY, TEXAS ( First  Families )

Sabine Co. References & Volunteer HelpLOOK UPS  (Best in the West!)

 Maps of Sabine County, Texas

Sabine County Historical Markers

 Cemeteries & Cemetery Workings Unmarked Graves  

Newspaper Articles

Social Security Death Index

It's Been Written about Sabine County

Sabine County, Texas Obituaries

Book Reviews pertaining to Sabine Co.

Census Records (including 1850 & 1860 images) 

USGenWeb/TXGenWeb - Sabine County Archives  Original Sabine County Landowners

Government and Military Service Records

Sabine County Chamber of Commerce  

Sabine Co. Postmasters  

Sabine Co. Miscellaneous

Sabine Bits & Pieces

Other Sabine County HotLinks

Sabine County Needs Your Help!!

 

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DISCUSSION MAIL LIST

 

TXSABINE-L  Sabine County Discussion Mail List (Free)  "Come Join In, Find New Cousins & Old Friends"

 

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HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES AND LINKS

 

 SouthEast Texas Genealogical & Historical Society
(covering Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Polk, San Jacinto, Tyler & other counties)

 

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THE TXGenWeb PROJECT RESOURCES

 

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THE TXGenWeb COUNTY INDEX WEB SITE

THE TEXAS USGenWeb PROJECT ARCHIVES

THE TEXAS TOMBSTONE TRANSCRIPTION PROJECT

THE TEXAS  FAMILY GROUP SHEET PROJECT

GEnealogical Seminars and Events in Texas

TEXAS POST CARDS - A SPECIAL PROJECT OF THE TXGenWeb

THE USGenWeb PROJECT RESOURCES

 

THE USGenWeb PROJECT HOME WEB SITE

 

THE USGenWeb CENSUS PROJECT  (A CENSUS REPOSITORY SINCE 1997)

THE USGenWeb PROJECT ARCHIVES

MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES

 

FAMILY GROUP SHEET PROJECT

 

RootsWeb.com - The Oldest and Largest Free Genealogy Site

CYNDI's LIST OF GENEALOGICAL SITES ON THE INTERNET

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This Site is Dedicated to the Memory of Mike Basham,
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25 May 1942 - 15 Sep 1997

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