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Welcome to Anderson County, Texas

Anderson County, originally part of David G. Burnet's Colony, was once part of Houston County. In 1846 Anderson County was formed and named after Kenneth L. Anderson, who was the Vice-President of Texas from 1844 until the state's annexation. Ft. Houston and Mound Prairie both wanted to be the county seat, but by law it had to be in the geographic center of the county, so the city of Palestine as the county seat was established. Today the next most significant city is Elkhart.

THE EAST TEXAS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Normally meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month
@ 2:00 pm at the Tyler Public Library

COMPUTER INTEREST GROUP
Normally meets immediately following the ETGS Meeting.

ETGS GET-ACQUAINTED LUNCHEON
held at restaurants in Tyler.
Normally on the 4th Thursday of each month
Begins at 11:30 am.

GUESTS ARE INVITED - AND WELCOME!

County Overview
Map

Bibliography - Published Works on Anderson County

Biographies - about Anderson County people and families

Cemeteries - Transcriptions and Photos

Census - Images and Transcriptions

Churches - Histories and more

Cities, Towns and Communities of Anderson County

Frequently Asked Questions

History of Anderson County

Links to Anderson County Resources

Look-ups

Obituaries of Anderson County or with an Anderson County connection

Paid Researchers

Photographs of Anderson County people and places

Queries about Anderson County People, Places or Events

Repositories of Anderson County

Schools of Anderson County

News from the Palestine Herald-Press

PDF Flyer on Palestine Police Museum

TXGenWeb Archives
Project for
Anderson County:

County Archives

TXGenWeb Tombstone
Project for
Anderson County:

Cemetery Transcriptions
Cemetery Photographs

 

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Scott Fitzgerald, County Coordinator

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