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, county records on microfilm
for most of South Texas and materials on Hispanic families in Texas and northern Mexico.
Our collection includes: census indexes, census microfilm, CD resources & internet, family search, obituary indexes, vital records for Texas counties and northern Mexico.
Hispanic Genealogy Links
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.
Formerly, Barker History Center.
Focus primarily on Puerto Rican Ancestry.
From the Arizona State Museum.
From the Library of Congress.
Visit the Hispanic GC of New Mexico
Contact information for different regions in Mexico
This society operates out of Houston, Texas
The Hispanic Reading Room serves as the primary access point for research relating to those parts of the world encompassing
the geographical areas of the Caribbean, Latin America, and Iberia; the indigenous cultures of those areas; and peoples
throughout the world historically influenced by Luso-Hispanic heritage, including Latinos in the U.S., and peoples of Portuguese
or Spanish heritage in Africa, Asia, and Oceania.
Find contact information of Registrars in Mexico. Site provided by AOL Hispanic Genealogy site.
La Bahia Census information from 1825, as well as photographs and a surname search option.
What is Sephardim? Find resources related to Spain and its history and Sephardic genealogy.
Somos Primos is an online publication dedicated to Hispanic heritage and diversity issues. Site is provided by Somos Primos.
The mission of SAGA is that of creating and maintaining an organization for the promotion of research, collection and development of
genealogical data of the earliest Spanish and Mexican settlers of the present South Texas Triangle.
This site included names of volunteer infantry and muster rolls
Church and Civil Records of South Texas & Northern Mexico on Microfilm
(Contact the Local History & Genealogy Dept. for available dates and descriptions.)
Marriage Records, Death Records, Baptismals for these main regions are located on microfilm.
Agualeguas, Apodaca, Bustamante, Cadereyta Jiménez, Cerralvo, China, General Escobedo, General Teran, Guadalupe, Juárez,
Lampazos De Narango, Linares, Los Aldamas, Marin, Montemorelos, Monterrey, Pesqueria, Sabinas Hidalgo, Salinas Victoria,
San Nicolás de los Garzas, Santiago, Vallecillo, Vallaldama, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi
Camargo, CD. Victoria, Llera de Canales, Matamoros, Mendez, Mier, Nueva Ciudad Guerrero, Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa,
San Fernando de Presas, Santander Jimenez, Villagran, Xicotencatl
San Antonio, Port Lavaca, Seguin, Corpus Christi, Refugio, Victoria, Laredo