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Kerr County, Texas, 1856-1976

Clara Watkins

Kerr County, Texas, 1856-1976

by Clara Watkins

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Published by Hill Country Preservation Society in [Kerrville? Tex.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kerr County (Tex.)
    • Subjects:
    • Kerr County (Tex.) -- History.,
    • Kerr County (Tex.) -- Biography.,
    • Kerr County (Tex.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementClara Watkins.
      ContributionsBennett, Bob.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF392.K35 W37 1975
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 343 p., [9] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages343
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5249571M
      LC Control Number75322008

        The major issue at the time of the county's formation was the Civil War. qv Kerr County, which in encompassed Kendall County, passed the ordinance of secession qv by a vote of 76 to 57; however, the majority of voters in Kerr County's Precinct 2, the area which became Kendall County, opposed secession 53 to Fayette County Texas, USA: Death: Jun. 21, San Antonio Bexar County Texas, USA: Kerr County, Texas page “John W. Vann, is the eldest child of Margaret and W.W. Vann. He received his early education at Tatum’s schoolhouse in Center Point. He and Miss Blanche Weston were married before he was 21 years old.

        Fayette County Texas, USA: Death: Jun. 21, San Antonio Bexar County Texas, USA: Kerr County, Texas page “John W. Vann, is the eldest child of Margaret and W.W. Vann. He received his early education at Tatum’s schoolhouse in Center Point. He and Miss Blanche Weston were married before he was 21 years old. The following timeline of events in the life of Kerrville’s Black community is drawn from local history books including “Kerr County, Texas ” by Clara Watkins, and the “Kerr County Album” by the Kerr County Historical Commission, with added information from Kerrville residents.

      Stated first edition. Illustrated history of Williamson County, Texas. The main section of the book is the historical manuscript with a special section, "Sharing the Heritage" consisting of history/profiles of some of Williamson County's most respected companies and organizations. Kirchen-Buch Church Record Book of the Vereins-Kirche R Cass Co. Cemeteries: R Jenkins, John H. Cracker Barrel Chronicles, A Bibliography of Texas Town & County Histories: R White, Gifford: Character Certificates in the General Land Office of Texas: R Williams, Villamae.


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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Kerr County, Texas, by Clara Watkins,Hill Country Preservation Society edition, in English - Bicentennial : Kerr County Kerr County Texas Author Name: Clara Watkins Categories: Texas County History, Texas Kerr County, Texana, Collectibles, NewEdition: Revised Publisher: Binding: Cream hardcover Book Condition: very good Inscription: Jim.

Christmas Jan-cover page. Size: 6 x 9 lbs: lbs Seller ID: chtxk Keywords: Kerr County Texas-genealogy- Texas history. KERR County Kerr County fifty miles northwest of San Antonio in the Edwards Plateau region of south central Texas.

The irregularly shaped county is bounded on the northeast by Gillespie County, on the east by Kendall County, on the south by Bandera County, on the southwest by Real County, on the west by Edwards County, and on the northwest by Kimble County.

Kerr County Texas, by Watkins, Clara Dust jacket missing. SIGNED and inscribed by the author. Cover and binding are worn but intact. A reading copy in fair condition. Boards betray fading and nicks and other signs of wear and imperfection commensurate with age.

Tape on the spine, but the binding remains structurally Rating: % positive. Kerr County, Texas. - Inscribed by the author. Watkins, Clara. Hill Country Preservation Society. Bicentennial edition. Octavo. Illustrated. Inscribed by the author "Sincerely & Best Wishes Clara Watkins".Shipping:Domestic: Flat-rate of $ to anywhere within the contiguous ational: Foreign shipping rates are determined by on: This item ships from.

CENTER POINT, TEXAS (Kerr County). Center Point is on the Guadalupe River eight miles southeast of Kerrville in southeastern Kerr County. The site became a focal point for business activity when early settler Dr. Charles de Ganahl opened a post office in his home on the north side of.

Kerr County, Texas, –, by Bob Bennett, (rev. by Clara Watkins Kerr County, Texas, –, Hill Country Preservation Society, ). Kerr County History from the Handbook of Texas Online. Category: Texas History. View Categories / Texas History.

Sort Kerr County Texas By: Clara Watkins. Price: $ Publisher: Seller ID: chtxk Binding: Cream hardcover. Condition: very good. indexed pages of Kerr County history and names of some of its early settlers.

First printed in book was the. Kerr County Texas, – by Clara Watkins is packed with information; such as names, dates and places of birth, plus dates of marriages and deaths – a real need for the Burney Family Genealogy buff.

The first 88 pages of Book 1 of the Kerr County Deed Records are for lots for businesses and homes sold by Joshua D. Brown. InJoshua D. Brown, along with many other locals, petitioned the State of Texas to form a new county out of Bexar County, and on JanuKerr County was formed by the 6th Texas Legislature.

Book containing an alphabetical list of persons from Kendall County, Texas who served in the military during the Civil War, with any known biographical information about each person. There is also relevant background information about the area in the preface, and a series of tables at the end of the book, containing additional reference material.

A table of contents is on page : Frank Wilson Kiel. According to Mary Virginia Stevens Holekamp, whose husband, George, is W.D.C.’s great-grandson, Clara Watkins’ updated version of Bennett’s book (“Kerr County, Texas, ”), where a family photo of Hance McCain’s nine sons identifies one as William, and another as Washie (as in Washington).

Kerr County, Texas page John W. Vann, is the eldest child of Margaret and W.W. Vann. He received his early education at Tatum's schoolhouse in Center Point. He and Miss Blanche Weston were married before he was 21 years old. In he was elected Commissioner of Precinct No. 4 Burial: San Jose Burial Park, San Antonio.

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The last Indian fight in Kerr County [electronic resource] / by Elmer Kelton. EBOOKS Kerr County Tex Genealogy. This was the beginning of the “Camel Experiment” in Texas. The camels that arrived at Indianola, Texas in were housed with their handlers at Camp Verde in Kerr County.

Despite successful expeditions throughout West Texas, the camels’ general unpopularity and the onset of the Civil War brought an end to the camel experiment.

When the family settled in Kerr County, the hills were covered with live oak trees. The cedar trees all came later. The cedar trees all came later Information from Kerr County Album, page From the book Kerr County., Texas Kerr County., Texas Kerr County, Texas, Family History Library Kerr County, Texas, Family History Library Periodical Source Index (index to million articles in historical and genealogical publications) FindMyPast.

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