DeWitt County, Texas

DeWitt County was created 1846 with Cameron as seat of government. In 1850 Clinton became seat, and served until 1876 when the two story frame courthouse was moved to Cuero. That building burned in April 1894. Present structure was built between June 1894 and May 1896 under supervision of architects A.O. Watson and Eugene Heiner. Interior was renovated in 1957, but exterior remains unchanged. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1966

  DeWitt County Map    
  DeWitt County History   The TXGenWeb Project
      The TXGenWebProject-County Listing
  Resources   The USGenWeb Project
  DeWitt County Message Boards at Rootsweb    
  DeWitt County Message Boards at GenForum   Military
  Look-Ups   Veterans of DeWitt County
  Local Resources   Texas Confederate Soldiers  4th
  Old DeWitt County Surnames & Queries   Regiment-Texas Mounted Volunteers
  DeWitt County Bibliography   (Cavalry) was part of General Sibley's
  DeWitt County Links   Confederate Army involved in New Mexico
  Portal to Texas History   Campaign. Company B, DeWitt County   Muster Roll of Captain J. J. Dix
  People   Places
  DeWitt County Biographies   Dewitt County Historical Museum
  DeWitt Families   The City of Cuero
  Memoirs of John Anderson McCurdy   Cuero Chamber of Commerce
  DeWitt Industries Hillmann Gins   Yorktown Chamber of Commerce
  Indianola Immigrant Database from the   Carl and Mary Welhausen Library 
  Victoria Regional History Center    
  Record of Southwest Texas   Cemeteries
  First Families Certificate   DeWitt Cemeteries from the USGenWeb
       Archives for Texas
  Obituaries   DeWitt County Cemeteries at
  Miscellaneous Obits for Dewitt County   Chamber of Commerce Cemetery Map
  Miscellaneous Obits from Yoakum   Alexander Cemetery, Stratton Community
  Miscellaneous Obits -   Bellevue Cemetery
  Obituaries - Garrett, Nesloney   Gilbert Cemetery photos
  Victoria Advocate Obituaries   Diocese of Victoria Cemetery
  Obit Central   Hochheim Cemetery complete, partial
      Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
  Photographs   Shannon Cemetery


  Sons of Hermann Cemetery - Look Ups Carla
  Unknown Bowen Photos   Spellmann Cemetery
  Unidentified Photos   St. John's Lutheran Cemetery
      Westoff Cemetery
  Newspapers   Westside Cemetery
Old Cuero Newspapers Whitsett Family Cemetery
  Cuero Record Newspaper/Yorktown News   Woods Cemetery
  Yoakum Weekly Herald   Miscellaneous Cemetery Photos
  Yoakum Weekly Times   Find A Grave 
  German Methodist Church   Church & Funeral Records
  Hallettsville Herald Town Of Ginners   Holy Cross Lutheran Church:  Baptismal  
      Records, Marriage Records, Death Records
  Search DeWitt County   St. Ann's Church, Yoakum: History

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