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Denton County Clerk has connected their Land Records with the Texas Land Records and you can search online, put the doc in your "basket" so that when you are finished collecting documents, you can view the images, even printing them! No Charge for this service!


Sample Search:


 "Jefferson Langston":


Doc. # File Date Instr. Date Type Desc. # of Pgs. Book/Vol/Page Doc. Status
77000179 02/25/1876 08/09/1871 DEED 2 DR/0000C/37 Verified/Certified


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Terrific!! Will look forward to trying it. My earliest ancestors (John & Delilah Cox King) arrived in what became Denton Co. (don't paperwork in front of me) the year before Texas became a state. On the other side, Robert Terrill Beale and Nancy McKinsey Beale arrived about 1856.

Right now, my countdown to leaving for the NGS Conference has begun. Is anyone else here going?
Lucky you!

Made my day. Nearly all those buried in Belew Cemetery in Aubrey, Denton Co., TX are related. So finding some of the documents was exciting. I have not mastered the download evidentally, but wil find it when I have time.

Thanks so much for sharing this info.

5th generation Texican
Beverley, I couldn't find a way to save it either but I just printed the deeds and the relative info (bk/page/etc) was at the top in small print.

If you figure it out (how to download/save) please let me know too!!




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