Lamar County Reference Books and
Resources and Look-up Volunteers
I have listed many of the Lamar County books that are available, although certainly not all. If you own any Lamar County books, whether listed or not, and will do look-ups, please let me know. As you can see, volunteers are needed, and we can use more than one volunteer per book. Also included are record databases and, NOW, several CDs!
Feel free to request a look-up from the following resources. Please limit your request to one name per request. Please put LAMAR COUNTY LOOKUP in the subject line of your request to insure the message is not overlooked or accidently deleted. In the first line of the message please put the name of the book you are requesting the lookup in. If you request a lookup, don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time.
Due to possible problems with copyright laws, you should not ask lookup volunteers to send you copies of pages from the books nor to extract large amounts of information from the resource. Several of the resources listed below are available for sale through the Lamar County Genealogical Society. You may review Books for Sale by clicking here.
Each resource is listed along with an explanation of the type of resource and whether the lookup is limited or unlimited. Where a resource is marked unlimited, the amount of information that may be obtained is only limited by the time the volunteer is willing or can devote to the lookup.
Reference Book/Database Type of Resource and Lookup Allowed Lookup Volunteer E-mail
Marriage & Cemetery Databases
Marriage Records 1841-1900 Online! Click here to search The Death and Cemetery Records of Lamar County, Texas, a family history research project compiled by Ron Brothers (over 70,000 records in database) Online! Database
1850 Census Lamar and Red River Counties, compiled by Skipper Steely Book - Limited Fred L. Graham 1860 Census Lamar County, compiled by Mary Lane Book - Unlimited Index is online - check there first then email Mary Walthall
1870 Census Lamar County, compiled by Mary Lane Book - Unlimited Index is online - check there first then email Mary Walthall 1880 Census Lamar County, transcribed by Don at firstname.lastname@example.org Online! Start here
First Settlers of Lamar County, Texas, by Gifford White, Information taken from the Originals in The General Land Office and The Texas State Archives, Austin, Texas. Book - Unlimited Frances Holland History of Lamar County, by A. W. Neville Book - Unlimited Skipper Steely Loose Leaves of the History of Lamar County, by Ed H. McCuistion, compiled by Betsy Mills Book - Unlimited Index is online - check there first!
Then email: Betsy Mills
Backward Glances, Vol. 1, by A. W. Neville Book - Limited Barbara Ferrell Backward Glances, Vol. 2, by A. W. Neville Book - Limited Barbara Ferrell Backward Glances, Vol. 3, by A. W. Neville Book - Limited Barbara Ferrell Red River Valley Then & Now Book - Limited Barbara Ferrell Paris High School Yearbooks, 1920-1922 Book - Unlimited Barbara Ferrell Paris City Directory - 1954 Book - Unlimited Yvonne Gray Lost, Abandoned, Family and Small Cemeteries along the Red River Valley in Northeast Texas in Fannin, Grayson, Collin, Red River, Delta, Cooke, Hunt and Lamar Counties Book - Unlimited Nicol Brown Six Months from Tennessee, by Skipper Steely - "A story of the many pioneers of Miller County, Arkansas, based upon the life of Claiborne Wright, the most dominant of those who dared to settle in what would become Southeast Oklahoma and Northeast Texas. Book - Limited Rebecca Hitzman
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