Posts Tagged ‘genealogy’

Texas Public Divorce

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Texas public divorce
OK they are public records why can i not get information on MY divorce?? It was filied in texas 8-20-06?

where on the net should i go to find out something??? to make sure he filed with out having to pay anything???? if its public records should i be able to look at them for free???

You need to contact the District Court Clerk’s office in the county you filed for divorce.

http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/vs/field/localremotedistrict.shtm

Texas Marriage Records

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Texas marriage records
Why are Texas records so much more accessible than those of other states?

I have many ancestors and relatives who have lived in Texas, but I occasionally need to access birth, marriage, death records from other states, and many of them are not accessible through Ancestry.com or any other site.

Hmmm, I don’t know — it sounds unlikely that Texas has determined its policy on public records access entirely as a way to make money off of one specific website.

More likely, they just want to have a high level of customer service.

Texas Death Marriage Records

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Texas death marriage records
How do I find a lost friend?

I dated a guy by the name of Michael E Dungan back about 15 years ago in Houston, Texas. I drove by his home a couple of years ago and found that his home had burned to the ground. Ever since I have wondered if he survived the fire. I have looked at Civil Records for Marriage and Births and deaths in my county and nothing, I have searched reunion.com ($60.00) all I found was his name and where he was born. I have looked on whitepages.com again I find the city he was born – IF I pay $$ I can search further. I have tried Zaba and the same information.

Any other advice???

try myspace.com, i havnt seen or heard from this girl i grew up with since i was in third grade, and i looked around on myspace and i found her.