Ruth's Genealogy

“I don't know who my grandfather was; I am much more concerned to know what his grandson will be.” -Abraham Lincoln

If you do, you’ll be exciting about a gift (FREE .PDF DOWNLOAD) from the Fort Worth Genealogical Society: Footprints Topical Index 1957-2012 UPDATED for 2012 — This index will assist you in finding most items that have been published in Footprints, the quarterly journal of Fort Worth Genealogical Society, and it’s monthly predecessor, The Genealogical …

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I received this from the Fort Worth Genealogical Society a few days ago: DO YOU HAVE CONFEDERATE RELATIVES BURIED IN TARRANT COUNTY?  If you have Confederate relatives in UNMARKED graves in Tarrant County, we’d like to help.  We will obtain headstones from the veterans administration, free of charge, and will install them, free of charge, …

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My cousin Susan just sent me the following newspaper clipping from the Whitney (TX) Lakelander (I’ve also included the online version): Marriage licenses available from 1800s-1900s HILLSBORO – Over 8,700 unclaimed Hill County marriage licenses are still available for family descendants to claim. The earliest license is dated 1873 and the latest is in the …

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