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Carson County Texas

Carson County was founded in 1876 and later organized in 1888. 

It is named for Samuel Price Carson, the first secretary of state of the Republic of Texas.

Its county seat is Panhandle.


*Groom  *  Panhandle  *  Skellytown  *  White Deer *  


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Website Updates:
Nov 2015:  1888 County Officers
Aug 2015: 1903 Births
May 2015: News: Newspapers of Carson County
Feb 2015: Marriage News: LEWIS, ROUTH; Gossip News: STEEL, Horn Bros, WALKER, FISHER; Crime News: GREBER, MORRISON; Death News; GROOM; Community News: Carson County Fair, Panhandle Commercial Club, Carson County Development
Nov 2014: Mil: Vietnam War Casualties; Korean War Casualties
Aug 2014: Obit: BLACK, WITT; POND, WILSON, HERMESMEYER- Transcribed by M.K.K.; WW2 Honor Roll; 1914 History of Carson County; Mil: WW2 Enlistments - Submitted by Don Tharp
Jul 2014: Obit: LATTA - Transcribed by Susan Geist; Obit: CAIN, ROSS,  - Transcribed by FoFGmz; Obit: PUCKETT - Transcribed by Glenda Stevens; Obit: CRITES, STAMPS,  - Transcribed by Vicki Bryan; Obit: ARMSTRONG, HAWLEY, KIRK,  - Transcribed by Bobby Dobbins Title; Obit: ELLIS, EPTING, HARVEY, NICKELL, SARTIN - Transcribed by Kristine Metoyer; Obit: CLIFF, MELTON, OSMAN, PUCKETT, REESE, TROWER - Transcribed by Camellia; History of County Name - Transcribed by Nina Kramer; 1890 Veteran Schedule - Transcribed by Vicki Bryan
Jun 2014: Cemeteries; Obit: ALTEPETER - Transcribed by Camellia; History - Transcribed by Susan Geist

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