Terrell County, Texas | Censuses

Last modified: 31 OCT 2009

Censuses
Since Terrell County, Texas was formed in 1905, only three U.S. Federal Censuses are available to the public: 1910, 1920, and 1930. If your family lived in the area before 1905 check the censuses in surrounding counties: Pecos, Crockett, Val Verde, Brewster, and Coahuila, Mexico.

If you want to check a particular census, the folks on the Genealogy.com message board are usually eager to do lookups. You might also try the resources below.

HeritageQuestOnline
Search the Federal Census, books, PERSI, the Revolutionary War, and the Freedman's Bank.

Texas residents who are registered patrons of public or academic libraries can obtain free remote access (from your home) to HeritageQuest Online through the TexShare Databases program. You may need a login and password to access from home. Contact your library for more information on obtaining a TexShare login and password.

Library of Texas Online
Get a TexShare login ID and search the History and Genealogy departments of libraries throughout Texas, along with Project Gutenberg, the Library of Congress and TSLAC (Texas State Library and Archives Commission).

Family History Center in Del Rio, Texas
1315 Kings Way
Del Rio, Val Verde, Texas
Phone: 830-775-4511
Hours: T, W 7pm-9pm, Th 9am-12pm

Family History Center in El Paso, Texas
1212 Sumac Dr
El Paso, El Paso, Texas, United States
Phone: 915-599-8565
Hours: T 9am-5pm, 6pm-9pm; W 9am-5pm; Th 9am-12pm; 2nd, 4th Sat 9am-1pm
Closed: The 3rd week in Nov. from Wed-Sun (Thanksgiving Holiday). The last 2 weeks in Dec. due to Christmas Holiday.

Family History Center in El Paso, Texas
1st & 3rd
3651 Douglas Ave
El Paso, El Paso, Texas, United States
Phone: 915-565-4323
Hours: T, W, Th 6pm-9pm; W 10am-12pm; F 12pm-3pm, 6pm-10pm; Sat 10am-12pm

Family History Center in El Paso, Texas
Mount Franklin
7315 Bishop Flores Dr
El Paso, El Paso, Texas, United States
Phone: 915-581-8849
Hours: T-Sat 9am-1pm; T-Th 6pm-9pm
Closed: Call for Current Calendar