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Abstracts of Early Court Records of Lubbock County, Texas in 3-Parts $15.00
Abstracts of early court records found at the Lubbock County Court House from Drawers 1-34 in the County Clerk Archives. This includes records from 1890 to 1909 completed in three parts with each part indexed separately.
City of Lubbock Cemetery 1892-2002 Book $80.00
An indexing of over 26,000 names and tombstones from 1892 to 2002 in the active City of Lubbock Cemetery. This book is also available on CD.
City of Lubbock Cemetery 1892-2002 in CD format $40.00
An indexing of over 26,000 names and tombstones from 1892 to 2002 in the active City of Lubbock Cemetery.
Early Lubbock Avalanche $25.00
Abstraction of the column "Local Siftings" written by the Editor, J. J. Dillard in the Avalanche newspaper from 1908 to 1909.
Early Lubbock Newspapers 1891-1910 $25.00
Abstractions from early copies of the Avalanche Newspaper and the Lubbock Leader from 1891 to 1910.
Early Lubbock Newspapers 1896-1903 and Remembrances $25.00
Recording of early history of Lubbock County formed from newspaper abstractions of local papers in the area from 1896 to 1903.
Lubbock County Marriages & Obituaries 1896-1920 $25.00
Abstraction of wedding and obituary announcements from early Lubbock newspaper found on microfilm from the Mahon Public Library. This book is a "census" of early settlers for the city and county of Lubbock.
Lubbock County Property Tax 1879-1910, 1917 $35.00
The tax rolls of 1879 to 1910 and 1917 of Lubbock County along with the Poll Tax rolls of 1903 and 1904. Includes an indexing of Surnames to the tax rolls.
Lubbock County: Then and Now $25.00
Location of the early communities in Lubbock County, with information on the communities plus some of the people living there.
Marriages 1891-1915 $21.00
A chronological listing of marriages in Lubbock County from 1891 to 1915 plus an indexing of brides and grooms.
Stories on Stone: Lubbock County Civil War Veterans $45.00
A genealogical compilation on Lubbock County Civil War Veterans from cemetery records, pension applications, census records, family records, and other to tell the story of Civil War Veterans of Lubbock County.
The Battle of Yellow House Canyon March 18, 1877-Buffalo Hunters & Bad Guys $25.00
The murder of Marshall Sewell started a conflict between 300 Indians and 47 buffalo hunters ending after a 10-hour fight on March 18, 1877 and what happened to the buffalo hunters after that date.
The IOA Ranch: A Dream that Disappeared $30.00
The IOA Ranch covered the southern half of Lubbock County from 1884 to 1901. Many of the first settlers of Lubbock worked on the ranch and became an important part of the development of the city and county.
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