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Volume 1

 Container

Contains 14 Collections and/or Records:

Tax collection book of W. T. Arnold, 1905-1908

 Item — Volume: 1
Scope and Contents The Sabine County Records consists of three collections. The County Court Records (1875-1942) are predominantly on microfilm. Historical information can be gleaned from land deeds, marriage records, probate minutes and dockets, and survey records. The District Court Records (1879-1987) are case files and ledger books recording the outcomes for civil cases, criminal cases or divorce cases. Of particular interest to historians, genealogists and other researchers will be the thousands of...

Tax collection record of monthly reports, book 1, 1903-1910

 Item — Volume: 1
Scope and Contents The Sabine County Records consists of three collections. The County Court Records (1875-1942) are predominantly on microfilm. Historical information can be gleaned from land deeds, marriage records, probate minutes and dockets, and survey records. The District Court Records (1879-1987) are case files and ledger books recording the outcomes for civil cases, criminal cases or divorce cases. Of particular interest to historians, genealogists and other researchers will be the thousands of...

Criminal minutes, book E, 1901-1913

 Item — Volume: 1
Scope and Contents The Sabine County Records consists of three collections. The County Court Records (1875-1942) are predominantly on microfilm. Historical information can be gleaned from land deeds, marriage records, probate minutes and dockets, and survey records. The District Court Records (1879-1987) are case files and ledger books recording the outcomes for civil cases, criminal cases or divorce cases. Of particular interest to historians, genealogists and other researchers will be the thousands of...

Divorce record book 1, 1929-1947

 Item — Volume: 1
Scope and Contents The Sabine County Records consists of three collections. The County Court Records (1875-1942) are predominantly on microfilm. Historical information can be gleaned from land deeds, marriage records, probate minutes and dockets, and survey records. The District Court Records (1879-1987) are case files and ledger books recording the outcomes for civil cases, criminal cases or divorce cases. Of particular interest to historians, genealogists and other researchers will be the thousands of...