3 edition of Navarro County history found in the catalog.
Navarro County history
|Statement||compiled by Wyvonne Putman.|
|Contributions||Putnam, Wyvonne., Navarro County Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F392.N3 P87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2, 4-5 > :|
|LC Control Number||75026690|
Navarro County Tax Office; Plat Information; Mission Statement; Employment Opportunities; Public Information Act Notice; Board Meeting Agendas; Frequently Asked Questions; Public Service Announcements; Downloads; Brochures; Contact Information. P.O. Box Corsicana, Texas This Navarro County Website. is available for adoption. Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers. If you have a love for history, a desire to help others, and basic web-authoring skills, consider joining us!
Corsicana Daily Courier (Texas/United States) [Navarro County - Corsicana] 13 February to 19 July The Portal to Texas History. Corsicana Daily Courier (Texas/United States) [Navarro County - Corsicana] 13 February to 19 July Elephind. Corsicana Daily Sun 12/08/ to Current Genealogy Bank. Corsicana Daily Sun , , , . Navarro County, Texas records: marriage book "A" () WorldCat Navarro County, Texas, marriage records, Family History Library Navarro County, Texas, marriage records, ; index to births , and births, .
PROVIDENCE, TEXAS (Navarro County). Providence, just off U.S. Highway three miles west of Eureka in south central Navarro County, was probably established before and was named for an early local church. A school was in operation there by the early s, and in it had an enrollment of forty-three. Historical Marker: CORSICANA. Soon after Navarro County was created by the Texas Legislature in , a committee was appointed to choose a site for the county seat. The committee selected a acre tract of land that came to be the city of Corsicana. The town was named for Corsica, the homeland of the parents of Texas patriot Jose Antonio Navarro, for whom the county was .
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History of Navarro County. Dallas, Tex.: Southwest Press, © Crime Tips HOTline or Submit Via Email. Main Phone: () 24 Hour Phone: () Fax: () Emergency: Dial Email Map. Address. The Navarro County Scroll is published by the Navarro County Historical first issue was published in The Historical Society has given permission to use the articles from the back issues at this website.
Profits from the sale of the book will be divided between the Navarro College Foundation scholarship fund, where Stringer is the director, and the Navarro County Historical Society.
Bobbie Young of both Pioneer Village and the historical society helped and encouraged Stringer with research, photographs, and proofreading. Navarro College is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory employment and educational environment.
The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, or other status protected by the law in its programs, activities or in the content of employment. NAVARRO COUNTY. Navarro County is in north central Texas and is bordered by Henderson, Freestone, Limestone, Hill, and Ellis counties.
The Trinity River forms its northeast boundary. The center of the county lies forty miles south of Dallas at. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Compiled by Wyvonne Putnam"--[V. 1] title page. Vols. published by the.
Navarro County (/ n ə ˈ v ær oʊ / nə-VARR-oh) is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population Its county seat is Corsicana.
The county is named for José Antonio Navarro, a Tejano leader in the Texas Revolution who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence. Navarro County comprises the Corsicana, TX Micropolitan Congressional district: 6th.
In conjunction with other community libraries, it serves as a part of a network of libraries ensuring that the library service needs of the Navarro County communities are being met. The library develops resources, information / reference services, and programs of interest to all age groups and works with the city administration and all city.
Over the years, much of the documentation of the history of the Navarro County Bar Association in Corsicana, Texas has been lost to the winds of time. In latewe began collecting evidence of our history and assembling the pieces.
This much we know: The Navarro County Bar Association was founded in (Davis, Ellis Arthur & Grobe, Edwin H. Buy Navarro County history by Wyvonne Putnam, Navarro County Historical Society online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
"The Confederate Guns of Navarro County" by John W. Spencer (The Texas Press,pages) is the record of all of the men of Navarro County Texas (East Texas with Corsicana as the county seat) who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Spencer's purpose in writing the book as he quotes, " is to provide a published record of Seller Rating: % positive.
*The following two paragraphs are dated Novem and appear as an introduction to the pamphlet: "This short history of Navarro County and Corsicana, Texas, is written by C. Jester, former County was printed about the time it was written—September, —in The Corsicana Daily Sun and repeated in The Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light.
“The Confederate Guns of Navarro County” by John W. Spencer (The Texas Press,pages) is the record of all of the men of Navarro County Texas (East Texas with Corsicana as the county seat) who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Spencer’s purpose in writing the book as he quotes, ” is to provide a published record of all of the men of Navarro.
No claims to the accuracy of this information are made. The information and photos presented on this site have been collected from the websites of County Sheriff's Offices or Clerk of Courts. The people featured on this site may not have been convicted of the charges or crimes listed and are presumed innocent until proven guilty.(History of Texas, Central Texas Vol I, Pub.
-- Transcribed by: Gene P) PEACOCK, JOHN L. John L. Peacock is a native of Georgia, born Augremoved to Navarro County, but settled in Smith County in He enlisted in Company C, 59th Georgia Regiment in Served through the war in the Army of Virginia, in Gen. A. P.
Hill's. This book gives an overview of each of the six counties including history, important statistics and facts, and biographies of central figures. According to the title page, it contains "a History of this Important Section of the Great State of Texas, from the Earliest Period of its Occupancy to the Present Time, together with Glimpses of its Prospects; also Biographical .