FREESTONE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM

FREESTONE COUNTY GENEALOGY & RESEARCH

  The museum research room is open during

normal business hours.


Come search through our many resources – photographs, family history files, books (including the History of Freestone County Volume I and II, which are available for purchase), County Confederate pension records, a large newspaper microfilm collection and many school yearbooks some dating back to the 1940s!

If you are doing Freestone County genealogical research and would like some help please give the museum a call to find a time to meet with our museum genealogist.

Call 903-389-3738

NEW BOOKS available through the museum:


The Freestone County Museum Celebrates 50 Years: 1967-2017 by Linda Mullen - It contains a detailed history of the founding years of the museum, current history, history of all the buildings located on the grounds and their families, and also lists several of the more unique items on display.  The book  contains numerous photos.  Price is $25.00 plus shipping and handling.

The Fairfield Recorder Obits Book 2 by Nancy Rula is now available.  It contains Freestone County area obituaries from June through December of 1902 (which were previously missing) and March 1906 through December 1910    Price $25.00 plus shipping & handling.


"THE BOLL WEEVIL" STORIES CONCERNING THE TRINITY & BRAZOS RAILWAY
- Railroads, Employees, and Families from the Teague Chronicle 1906-1915 transcribed by Nancy Rula.    Price $25.00 plus shipping & handling.


Nancy Rula’s Fairfield Recorder 1900 – 1905 Obits Book I has been accepted at the Daughters of the American Revolution Nation Library in Washington D.C. This is a true honor for only books that are well researched and documented are accepted!  This book is available for purchase at the museum for $20.00 plus shipping and handling $5.00


(Photos provided by museum volunteer Nancy Rula.)