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    Fort Worth Genealogical Society Collection

    Summary: The Fort Worth Genealogical Society is a non-profit, educational corporation founded in 1957. Their mission is to encourage the study of genealogy and to assist the public in researching genealogy in Tarrant County. They operate in partnership with the Genealogy and Local History Department of the Fort Worth Library and publish a quarterly newsletter, Footprints. The Fort Worth Genealogical Society donated to the Archives copies of Footprints, books related to genealogical research and pedigree charts.


    • Marriage Records of Early Texas, 1824-1846, compiled by Norma Rutledge Grammer, Fort Worth, Texas: Fort Worth Genealogical Society, 1971, revised 1981
    • Pioneers Rest, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, compiled by Weldon Hudson and Barbara Knox, Fort Worth, Texas: Fort Worth Genealogical Society, 2001


    • Footprints, quarterly newsletter, print, 1968-2012
    • Footprints, quarterly newsletter, CD-ROM, 1957-1997
    • Footprints, Celebrating 50 Years, Volume 50, 2007
    • Footprints Topical Index, 1957-1997

    Pedigree Charts

    • Generations, Volumes 1-5, 1995-96

    Accessibility Notice: Due to the age and complexity of the original material, some items may be composed of scanned images. If you need assistance accessing the content in one of the PDF documents on the Archives pages, please contact Archivist Dawn Youngblood at 817-884-3272.