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20 Year Coordinator
TXGenWeb State Coodinator: Shirley Cullum
World Genweb Project

US-Mexican War Roster

Search the Kinney County mail list archives

Search Texas Surname Listing: Roots Web Texas Surname Search

Another great place to get information is: USGenWeb Census Project

Interested in Texas Landmarks This will take you to the Landmark pages.

Interested in Texas History? This will take you to Texas Historical Commission website.

You can also go directly to the Texas TXGenWeb site

Looking for a specific county in Texas you can go here

Check out the USGenWeb Archives for great resources

History of Kinney County

The county to the east is Uvalde County

The county to the west is Val Verde

The county to the north is Edwards County

The county to the south is Maverick County

The county to the south east is Zavala County

Kinney County is also bordered by the Rio Grande River on the South Western corner.

Kinney County Lookups: Volunteers needed, if you have information on Kinney County, please let me know, especially if you are willing to do lookups. Thank you.

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Kinney County Resources:

KINNEY COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY (830) 563-2884 PO Box, 975, Brackettville TX 78832

KINNEY COUNTY CLERK (830) 563-2521 Brackettville TX 78832

The FILLIPONE MUSEUM BUILDING: Located at El Paso and James Streets Off of Ann Street in Brackettville TX. Open 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month: 1:00 to 4:00 PM, for special appointments call: 830-563-7798 or 830-563-9011. Much information on local history, including Seminole Scouts, Brackettville, Fort Clark and Spofford. Household articles from the turn of the 20th Century.

Early Land Owners Kinney County

Early pictures of Spofford pictures.
Photo of Randolph Curtis with James McClain Elledge III and two of the Spear girls Photo 1903 With thanks to Ms. Tudie Alsbury granddaughter of James McClain Elledge III.

The "American Civil War Research Database

Looking for information on African American Genealogy? Christine's is the place for you.