resources are listed
as possible aids for your genealogy research in this county. Many, but
not all, are available through inter-library loan. Some are available
only by visiting where they are presently housed. Special thanks to
Robbie Giles for his help in compiling this bibliography.
A listing of names and dates found in the cemeteries of McCulloch
County, Texas (undated). Cemeteries include: Brown, Gentry, Mt. Tabor,
Calf Creek, Camp San Saba, Carroll Colony, Cowboy, Cox, East Sweden,
Fife, Lohn, Marion, Meluin, Pear Valley, Placid, Rochelle, Stacy, Old
Spiller Graveyard, Voca, West Sweden, Waldrip.
Microfilm. Lubbock, Texas: Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University,
Papers of Mrs. George
Wife of George Engdahl, stock farmer and amateur historian near Brady,
Texas, descended from Swedish immigrants who founded the community
of East Sweden, Texas. Includes genealogical and scrapbook
material concerning the Widen, Peterson and Engdahl families.
Lubbock, Texas: Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University, 1969.
Family papers of Thomas
Papers focus on ranching and agricultural endeavors and
include correspondence, financial materials, legal materials, printed
and scrapbook material, newsclippings, literary productions and
genealogical material. Thomas Edward Spiller was a farmer and rancher
in the small community of Voca, McCulloch County, Texas. The Spiller
family's ranching and farming interests have been continuous there
Texas marriage records
County officials ; Cemetery and Bible records (1801-1954)
Typescript. Marriage records of Schleicher County -- Roster of county
officials, Schleicher Co. -- Bible records, J. W. Yates
family Bible -- Cemetery inscriptions from Kimble, Kinney, Irion, Real,
Tom Green, and Mason Counties -- Texas genealogical records:
Llano, Mason, McCulloch, Gillespie and Schleicher
Texas, Tarrant County cemetery records, volume 9.
Microfilm. Dallas, Tex. : Microfilm Sales & Service, [196-?]. 1
microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Handbook of McCulloch
Seagraves, Tex. :
Publisher: Pioneer Book Publishers (1976)
"Sponsored by Heart of Texas Historical Museum." Includes index.
PUBLISHER: Banner Publishing, (1985)
McCulloch County, Texas cemeteries
PUBLISHER: The Society, (1970)
NOTES: Includes indexes.
The history of the public schools of McCulloch County, Texas
Holt, Roy D.
Austin, Texas, August, (1925)
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Texas.
Subject: McCulloch County (Texas) Public schools.
The Robinson line : from colonial Virginia to Mercury, McCulloch
Kirby, Jack H.
Self published (1992)
Includes copy of "This Robinson line" / E. Viola Robinson Long.
History, Mercury, McCulloch County, Texas : from 1904 to 1919
Kirby, Jack H
Self published (1991)
Narrative portions originally published in the Brady Standard, January
11-February 5, 1991. Contains newspaper extracts, various county
records, photographs,and church histories (Mercury Baptist Church,
Mercury Church of Christ), etc.
Papers, Richards, Frank "Buck" McDonald, 1869-1929
583 leaves, Includes correspondence, financial material and legal
material. Bulks (1869-1921) with land titles from McCulloch County.
Rancher, banker, and philanthropist. Born 1855 in Sherman, Texas. Moved
to McCulloch County, Texas in 1876 and settled on a ranch near Corn
Creek. Served a term and a half as Mayor of Brady, Texas, elected first
president of the Brady National Bank when it was chartered in 1905.
Served until his death in 1943.
37 leaves, Consists of Burkett's memoirs, which he dictated to his
son-in- law. Later, grandson J. W. Arnold prepared a typescript taking
some liberties in the process. The original is in delicate condition.
Republic of Texas pioneer, and Texas Ranger. Born October 20, 1820 near
Jefferson City, Missouri. Came with his family at age nine to Texas and
settled in the DeWitt Colony near Gonzales. During the Republic decade
served with Captain Mathew Caldwell's Texas Ranger unit and took part
in the Battle of Plum Creek (1840) and the Battle of Salado in (1842).
In January, 1895, while living at Moulton, Texas, he dictated a memoir
of those early days to his son-in-law, who wrote them down.
Baker Publishing Company (Fort Stockton, Tex.) Records,
2,611 leaves Includes financial material, legal material and printed
material pertaining to the Baker Publishing Company, land sales and
leases, and oil and gas leases. Collection bulks (1929-1958) with
financial material pertaining to the publishing company. Publishing
company founded by Texas newspaper owner George Baker. Born in 1909,
Baker owned several Texas newspapers including the Sonora, Texas,
"Devil's River News"
(1931-1934), and the Fort Stockton, Texas, "Pioneer" (1934-1970). Baker
also served as representative to the Texas Legislature (1969-1973),
and as director of the Pecos State Bank. His other Fort Stockton
included the Jay Chancellor Office Supply and Stockton Printing
Rochelle recollections, 1886-1931
Rochelle High School, 1982
Brady, prosperity's playground, the heart of Texas.
The Brady Standard, 54 p.wwith illustrations
"Where the North, South, East and West begins. "
A History of McCulloch County, Texas
Barfoot, Jessie Laurie
165 l p., bound : ill., maps ;
Thesis (M. A.)--University of Texas, 1937.
interrogatories in case
no. 396, Mary C. Paschal et al., vs. Theodore Evans District Court of
McCulloch County, Texas, November term, 1893 /
Meusebach, John Ottfried, 1812-1897.
Austin, Tex. :
32 p. Book
Library of American civilization ; LAC 40090.
NOTES: "Copyrighted, 1894." Testimony of John O. Meusebach concerning
the German Emigration Company. Microfiche. Chicago :
Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm.
The history and development of education in McCulloch County, Texas /
NOTES: Typescript. Thesis (M. A.)--Hardin Simmons University, 1942.
Bibliography: l. -154.
Eighty years under the Stars and Bars, including biographical sketches
of "100 Confederate soldiers I have known," information concerning the
organization of the United Confederate Veterans, organization and
history of Camp Ben McColloch, United Confederate Veterans, near
Driftwood, Hays County, Texas.
Harwell, Thomas Fletcher, 1866-1947.
Book: 108 p. ports., map (on cover) 23 cm.