Our Heritage

Van Zandt County Genealogical Society


The Van Zandt County Genealogical Society publishes a quarterly publication entitled "Our Heritage." This publication is mailed to society members all over the world. The genealogical society's membership has grown to around 600 yearly, second in size in Texas only to the Dallas Genealogical Society. Due to a space problem at the Library of Genealogy and Local History located in the courthouse annex in Canton, the society has discontinued offering back issues of "Our Heritage" for purchase. However, all issues from 1981 to 2002 have been scanned and are on a CD which is available for purchase by sending a check or mail order for $20 to the Van Zandt County Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 1388, Canton, TX 75103. On these pages, we have placed the contents pages of back issues of the quarterly. Copies of articles are available by writing to the society and sending a check or money order for $3 to cover copying and postage.


1999

Our Heritage

Contents Pages


February 1999

 


May 1999

Book Review, Jane Gamon, "Daddy Said" by Elvis Allen
Burnett Community, Ruth Stout Abbott
Newman Bros. Funeral Home Records
Early Day Post Offices
Tyler to Canton Road
William Shakespeare's Time
Killing of R.W. Bridges


August 1999

Book Reviews
Newman Bros. Funeral Home Records
Crooked Creek Community
Minnie Ruth Howell
Naturalization Found
Obituaries
One Hundred Years Ago (newspaper articles)So Your Ancestor Was An Indian
Origins of Given Names


November 1999

The Way West with E.J. West
Legend of the Bridges Murders
Cherokee Indian Researching
David Delano & Mary Elizabeth Lybrand
Johnny Clem Newman Brothers Funeral Home Records
Portable Sawmill Patent
Owlet Green School Students
One Hundred Years Ago (newspaper articles)
Central Community


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