Waller County Information

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Waller County Census

The name of each image file is the page number. (In the case of 1900, 1910, and 1920 census, the file name includes both the Enumeration District and the page number.)
Star 1900 Waller County, TX, Census
The 1900 Waller County, TX, Census contains 300 pages (census images) in Enumeration Districts 45 through 53.
The following pages were not copied from the microfilm, as they are blank: 49-05B, 51-06B, 51-08B, 51-09B, 51-13B, 51-15B, and 51-17B.
The following is a breakdown showing which county subdivisions are enumerated in each Enumeration District:
Precinct #1: ED 45-46
Precinct #2: ED 47
Precinct #3: ED 48
Precinct #4: ED 49-50
Precinct #5: ED 51-52
Precinct #6: ED 53
Star 1910 Waller County, TX, Census
The 1910 Waller County, TX, Census contains 261 pages (census images) in Enumeration Districts 168 through 176.
Page 172-01B was not copied from the microfilm, as it is blank.
Many of the pages in Enumeration Districts 168 through 172 are out of focus on the microfilm.
The following is a breakdown showing which county subdivisions are enumerated in each Enumeration District:
Precinct #1: ED 168-169
Precinct #2: ED 170
Precinct #3: ED 171
Precinct #4: ED 172-173
Precinct #5: ED 174-175
Precinct #6: ED 176
Star 1920 Waller County, TX, Census
The 1920 Waller County, TX, Census contains 214 pages (census images) in Enumeration Districts 125 through 133.
The handwriting on the pages in Enumeration District 127 is very faint and difficult to read on the microfilm.
The following is a breakdown showing which county subdivisions are enumerated in each Enumeration District:
Precinct #1: ED 125-126
Precinct #2: ED 127
Precinct #3: ED 128
Precinct #4: ED 129-130
Precinct #5: ED 131-132
Precinct #6: ED 133

Hempstead, Texas is the County seat of Waller County. It was named after Dr. G.S.B. Hempstead of Portsmouth, Ohio, who was the brother - in - law of Dr. R.R. Peebles. The property was originally a part of the Groce holdings. After the death of Mr. Groce his widow married Dr. Peebles and they sold the land for the Hempstead plot for $10.00 per acre. Hempstead filed a petition to be an incorporated town in 1858 after the success of the railroad assured its position as a thriving town.

The Waller County Clerk is Cheryl Peters. The County Clerk's office has Birth & Death records from 1903, Marriage, Probate, Civil Court & Land records from 1873. Records prior to 1873 would be in Austin Co. and Grimes Co. The address is 836 Austin St. #217, Hempstead, TX. 77445-4667. The phone is (979)826-7711.

This page was updated   6 January 2006