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Confederate Pension Files

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  • Vicki Betts Web Page - My research interests fall into two main categories: mid-19th century U.S. history, particularly Southern women during the Civil War; and the history of Smith County, Texas, also focusing on the Civil War, particularly the Camp Ford POW facility near Tyler.
  • Some Abstracts of articles from Daily Courier-Times, Tyler, Texas, 1910 by Jeri J. Steele
  • Articles in the TXGenWeb Archives


Schools - more records

Tyler Public Library

Vital Statistics

Resources at East Texas Genealogical Society

Index to the Articles of East Texas Family Records

Index to the people in the ETFR - Volumes 1-13

Other Smith County Publications for Sale

ETFR Quarterlies may be purchased from the ETGS
Most of the articles from the out of print quarterlies may be found on the internet in the
various Smith County TXGenWeb County Archives.
The quarterlies are also found at the Tyler Public Library and most large libraries in Texas.
The Tyler Public Library will copy a limited number of pages for a fee.
The ETGS does not have facilities to copy articles.

These files are submitted by volunteers just like you! I make it a habit that anytime I work with records, whether for myself or to share with others, I submit them to the USGenWeb/TXGenWeb project. It doesn't take much extra effort and it really can help many people. I'm very grateful to the many volunteers for all the great info provided.
If you agree, please email, Scott Fitzgerald with your submission.

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