Fayette County Lookups



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The USGenWeb Project does not allow copyright violations. Lookup requests should be limited to one or two names. Information given will be minimal. For example in a cemetery lookup, the information given will be the name of the cemetery and the dates on the headstone. You may not ask for "everybody with X surname" or an entire family group or for hardcopies to be mailed. The USGenWeb Project volunteers have been asked not to comply with such requests. Lookups can extend to searching the copyrighted material to determine if the material would be helpful to the requester in their research. Should the copyrighted material prove useful, the volunteer can provide the author's address and ordering information.

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Marriages, 1838 - 1995 & Cemetery Listings

Staff of Fayette Heritage Museum & Archives

See Fayette Heritage Museum & Archives for a complete listing of services and resources, including their online catalog.
The archives' lookup policy is more liberal than the one stated above.

Naturalization Records Index

Katie Janda, Lookup Volunteer

Please include the name with expected spelling variations and possible dates in your request.

Fayette County: Past & Present

edited by Mrs. Marjorie L. Williams
Theresa Foss, Lookup Volunteer

The stories in this book discuss place names, biographies, historical events and geography of Fayette County, Texas. Chapters include: Aylett C. Buckner, Sylvanus Castleman, John Henry Moore, Joel Walter Robinson, Nicholas Mosby Dawson and the Dawson Expedition, The Kreische Brewery, The Von Rosenberg Company, The La Grange Cavalry Camp, Schools and churches of the county. Families: The Abraham Alexander Family, John G. Banik, Familie Brandt, Joseph Ehlinger, A.E. Falke, Thomas James Flournoy, The Carl Frederich Adam Frank Family, Frank J. Guenther, MD, Augustin Haidusek, the Hajovsky Family, Valentine "Boss" Hrbacek, Joe Knutzen, Kreische Family, Kruschel Family, Anton Legler, Loessin Brothers, Lidiak Family, Rosa Meinecke, Martin Muras, Neese Family, William, John and Mary Elizabeth Rabb, Schuhmacher Family and other items of interest.

Fayette County Texas Heritage

Debbie Hanson, Lookup Volunteer

An Early History of Fayette County

by Leonie Rummel Weyand and Houston Wade
Carolyn Knight Getting, Lookup Volunteer

High Hill, Mother of Schulenburg 1860-1960

Jaime Teas Dilger, Lookup Volunteer

History of the High Hill area of Fayette County, TX (formerly Blum Hill, Oldenburg, & Wursten communities). History of the parish of St. Mary's Catholic Church (Nativity of Mary, Blessed Virgin) which was founded on September 8, 1870. Many Austrian, German, Czech, Moravian families are mentioned - there is no index, so please be specific on what you are looking for. There are a few biographies at the end of the book: Joseph Anders, Joseph Andresh, Christian Baumgarten, Franz Besetzny, Joseph Besetzny, Billimek Family, Doctor Fahert, Farenthold Family, Heinrich Families, Theodore Helmcamp, George Herder, Frank Herzik, Professor Beyer, Frederick Hillje, John F. Hillje, Anton Kahlich, Rudolph Klatt Family, Frank Alois Krischke, Fritz Otto, Mrs. Louise Kuigler (nee Richter), Doctor August Paulus, Franz Russek, F. K. Schindler, Charles Seidel, Franz Stanzel, Paul Stuercke, Sr. Doctor Walker, Henry Tauch, Charles Conrad Welhausen, Robert Wolters, Sr., Yungbecker, Franz Wick. There are also numerous photos of past and present High Hill buildings and people.

St. Rose of Lima Parish Centennial History 1889 to 1989

Jaime Teas Dilger, Lookup Volunteer

Dubina Schools

by Ed Janecka
Jaime Teas Dilger, Lookup Volunteer

Includes a brief history of the Dubina area and lists of teachers, trustees, and students (w/name of parent) from the Dubina Public School (formerly Bohemian Settlement East Navidad School & Moravia School), Lee School (African-American), and St. Edward's School.

Also contains some biographical info on the following teachers: Sister Mary Agnes Anderle (Mary Anderle), Sister Mary Mathias Braun (Mary Braun), Sister Mary Josephine Buresh (Josephine Buresh), Sister Mary Anna Ehrismann(Mary Ehrismann), Sister Mary Sylvester Fikac (Katie Fikac), Sister Mary Euphemia Geoffrey (Rosalie Geoffrey), Sister Mary Richardise Graessel (Mary Graessel), Sister Mary Philibert Huvar (Justina Huvar), Sister Mary Adelaide Krchnak (Anna Krchnak), Sister Mary Odilia Loth (Catherine Loth), Sister Mary Sigisbert Megel (Catherine Megel), Sister Mary Cyprian Okruhlik (Agnes Okruhlik), Sister Vincent de Paul Philipps (Francois Philipps), Sister Mary Flavia Provosty (Marie Provosty), Sister Mary Euphrasia Pustka (Veronica Pustka), Sister Mary Innocentia Quatmann (Lucy Quatmann), Sister Mary Dominic Rakowski (Paula Rakowski), Sister Mary Dosithea Riederer (Cresencisa Riederer), Sister Mary Apollonia Sigut (Barbara Sigut), Sister Mary Eudoxia Smetak (Mary Smetak), Sister Mary Liboria Thiemann (Mary Thiemann). Other teachers (nuns) with limited info. Also "Student Memories" section by many former students & teachers. There is no index, so please allow ample time for Jaime to go through the book for lookups.

Baptismal Records of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Serbin, Texas, 1854-1883

by Rev. John Kilian, edited and translated by Dr. Joseph Wilson
Tonya Zoch Hettler, Lookup Volunteer

Includes records of baptisms in Serbin, Warda, New Ulm, Swiss Alp, Industry, and other communities.
Records indicate occupation and place of residence of parents and sponsors.

The Schuhmann Family of Fayette County, Texas

by Sidney Schuhmann Levesque
Sidney Levesque, Lookup Volunteer

Check Index to see if your ancestor is included.

Descendants of Joseph Tschiedel and Theresia Neumann, 1836-1989

by Erben W. Schuldt
Scott Gabriel, Lookup Volunteer

1880 Fayette County Census Index

Valarie James, Lookup Volunteer
See also FamilySearch.org.