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.

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 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 ($60.00) all I found was his name and where he was born. I have looked on 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, 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.