Welcome to Zapata County TXGenWeb
This site is proud to be a part of The TXGenWeb Project
Hi, my name is
Shawn Hughes, and I am the Zapata County Coordinator.
I'm very glad you stopped by and hope that you find this website useful for your genealogical research.
I'm always in the need of help in getting data on-line. If you'd be interested in helping, please let me know.
Shawn is on medical leave of absence but should be back on the job soon.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, submissions or suggestions please contact
Zapata County was formed on January 22, 1858 from Webb and Starr Counties and was organized on April 26, 1858. It was named in honor of Antonio Zapata, a pioneer stockman of the region and supporter of the Republic of the Rio Grande. The county seat was Carrizo in 1858 and the name was later changed to Zapata.
RESEARCH ASSISTANCE FOUND ON THIS WEBSITE FOR ZAPATA COUNTY
|Family Group Sheets|
|History - Handbook of Texas Online|
|Post Offices & Postmaster|
MESSAGE BOARDS * QUERIES * SURNAMES
|Queries on this Website - View & Post|
|Surnames on this Website - View & Post|
|RootsWeb Message Board for Zapata County, TX|
|Genforum - Zapata Co, TX|
|RootsWeb Mailing List for Zapata Co., TX - Search, Browse, Join|
RESEARCH ASSISTANCE FOUND IN THE USGenWeb ARCHIVES PROJECT FOR ZAPATA COUNTY
|TXGenWeb County Index|
|History and Genealogy of South Texas & Northeast Mexico|
|South Texas Genealogy Robert L. Black Jr's Home Page|
|Zapata County Records on Microfilm|
|Texas Peace Officers Memorial|
|Family Histories Online @ BYU|
|Social Security Death Index|
|Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet|
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Starr County Jim Hogg County Webb County Mexico
This page was last updated on -July 4, 2017
Thanks to previous coordinators Robert Black Jr & Linda Blum-Barton [2004-2011]
copyright 1996 - present Zapata County Coordinators for the TXGenWeb