This collection covers a wide range of areas and topics of interest to the family researcher, with a strong concentration
of materials on Texas and the South. The collection includes a large census collection and indexes nationwide, county records
on microfilm for most of south Texas.
Our collection includes: census indexes, census microfilm, CD resources & internet, Soundex, family search, selective
online obituary index to the Caller Times, vital records, published materials.
General Genealogy Links
provides a tutorial on how to get started researching family history. A death index, surname search, slave and cemetery
database is also included along with a schedule chat time. Site provided by AfriGeneas.
This site contains guides, biographical resources, and case studies for family research. Site provided by the Library of Congress.
includes links of information from Pre-Civil War, Military Records, and also Post Civil War Records as well as some WWII
photographs. Site provided by the NARA.
includes steps to take on how to join the Cherokee Nation. Also information on the genetics of DNA and Native American
blood. Site provided by the allthingscherokee.com.
This website gives you the opportunity to create your own family website, view photographs online, buy and sell collectables,
share your family stories. Site provided by Ancientfaces.com, LLC.
This web site has a links related to genealogy such as census records, historical newspapers, and also birth & death indexes.
Contains transcription on cemeteries in the US, UK, Germany, Canada and Australia. Site provided by Interment.net.
Contains census information from countries throughout the world as well as general genealogy resources. Site provided by
Christine's Genealogy Websites.
Look up street addresses by State or County , or look up street addresses or a specific address within a ZIP Code.
Site provided by Census.gov
This index contains information on federal pensions received from 1899-1945. Site provided by the Texas State Library.
This web site has a wealth of information on a variety of areas related to genealogy.
Search for passengers who immigrated to Ellis Island and through the Port of New York. Site provided by the Statue of
Liberty Ellis Island Foundation.
Find various passenger list from England, Boston, Nova Scotia, Pennsylvania, Virgina, etc.
HeritageQuest provides a unique and continuously expanding collection of research materials to help you trace your family
lineage and American culture. HQ is provided by TexShare.
Learn how to locate your family census information. Site provided by the NARA.
Are you a beginner? Use this site to get tips on how to begin your genealogy research. Site provided by Lineages, Inc.
Our own Local History Database includes an index that shows the publication date for more than 190,000 of the obituaries
that were printed in the Corpus Christi Caller, Corpus Christi Times, and the Corpus Christi Caller-Times (please note this
is NOT the date of death) as well as a searchable index to historical postcards held in the archives of the Local History
Department of the Corpus Christi Library.
Searches for military veterans by branch of service, name, and rank
Find links to census records, surnames, history, military, and also information on how to register for a Certificate of
Degree of Indian or Alaska Native Blood.
Contains photographs, transcriptions, and historical information on those buried at Old Bayview Cemetery in Corpus Christi Texas.
A collection of parish and probate records online from England, Wales, etc. Site provided by Ancestry.com.
Searchable death index from 1964 - 1998.
Find your soundex code electronically from Rootsweb.
Locate land grants from Texas. Site provided by the Texas General Land Office.
The Lone Star State's version of Arlington. This web includes a master database searchable by name or location of the
burial site. Site provided by TSC.
Texas State Library provides FAQ's related to vital record indexes and locating birth & death records, as well as marriage
and divorce records. Site provided by TSL.
This page contains information about where to obtain vital records (such as birth, death & marriage certificates and
divorce decrees) from each state, territory and county of the United States.
Animap (Historical County Maps)
Family Search :1880 Census & National Index, British Vital Records
Family Tree Maker 4.0
Genealogical Research System - Automated Archives
Native American Collection
Pedigree Resource File - Master Index
SAR Patriot Index & Revolutionary War Graves (99-00 ed)
Ultimate Family Data Library: Colonial Penn., New Orleans Passenger Lists 1840-1849
US Ports Passenger Lists 1820-1830
1850-1920, complete for Texas, includes all Soundex & slave schedules.
1790-1860, complete for all states, excluding slave schedules.
1870-1920, generally complete for southern states (excluding Soundex) and partial coverage of other states.
Contact the Local History & Genealogy Dept. for information available on microfilm
Bates, Corkill, Dozier, Farris, Kelly, Meadows, Patterson, Smith, Tracy