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Austin Colony Pioneers: Including History of Bastrop, Fayette, Grimes, Montgomery and Washington Counties, Texas, Worth S. Ray, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., January 1995

Baptist Churches of Grimes County, by Joseph Eugene Boulet, 1936-37, Anderson

Early History of Grimes County, E. L. Blair, M. A., 1930

Grimes County Cemetery Books, by John R. Maxwell for the Grimes County Historical Commission, 4 volumes

The History and Burial Records of Stoneham Cemetery, Stoneham, Texas, compiled by Frances and Lois Stoneham, 1980

History of Grimes County, Land of Heritage and Progress, compiled and edited by Grimes County Historical Commission, 1982, LC 82-083489 [Available at Genealogy Room of Navasota Public Library]

The Honor Roll of Grimes County, A tribute to men from Grimes County, Texas who served in the U.S. armed forces during World War I.

Montgomery County History, 1981; LC 81-83537 [Available at Genealogy Room of Navasota Public Library]

Montgomery County History, 2nd volume, Due out in 2008 Montgomery County Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc.

My Hometown: the Bedias Story, by Wallace Davis, 1953, Gulf Publishing Company, Houston

The Navasota Bluebonnet; Commemorating 100 years of City Growth and Development, 1854-1954, Grimes County Chamber of Commerce [Available at Genealogy Room of Navasota Public Library]

SAGA OF ANDERSON, The Proud Story of a Historic Texas Community, Irene Taylor Allen, 1957, Greenwich Book Publishers, NY, NY, LOC #57-14972 (This book has been indexed by Julia Brittain. Thank you Julia! She will send you scanned copies of bios in the book you might be interested in. Email her at Julia Brittain.)

Sabine Crossing, by Jacquelyn Thompson. Jacquelyn details members of her ancestral families coming to Texas with the Stephen F. Austin first settlers. She has donated copies to libraries in Grimes and Madison Counties. It is also available on Amazon.


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