Genealogical Society of Kendall County, Texas
The following holdings were cataloged in MARCH 2024:
  • Founding Families: Conrad Adam & Adelbertha Bergmann who settled on Dec. 31, 1862 or before in the area encompassed by Kendall County, Tx. VOLUME 2.
  • Founding Families: Christian Kaiser who settled on Dec. 31, 1862 or before in the area encompassed by Kendall County, Tx. VOLUME 2.
  • Founding Families: Johann Carl "Charles" Bonnet & Anna Elisa Klemm who lived in Kendall County, Texas in 1862 or earlier. VOLUME 2.
  • Cattle Cotton Corn: A History of Central Texas Middle-Class Ranches, 1880-1930. Drawing from oral histories and family records, illustrating the lived experiences of four small Central Texas family ranches for the families Caulfield, Cavitt, Young, and Foote. A gift from Deb Liberatore.
  • Hopkins County Heritage /Vol. 40 – December 2023. Author: Hopkins County Genealogical Society.
  • Bexar County, Texas: Remembering WWI - Our Regular Divisions - Honored and Respected by All. A Genealogical Collection. Edited by Larry W. Luckett. Excerpt "This new book is an anthology of family memories and events from 100 years ago, with 40 articles by members of the San Antonio Genealogical and Historical Society; includes articles to guide further individual genealogy research.".
  • STIRPES: Texas State Genealogical Society Quarterly: Vol.62 December 2023.
  • Along Country Roads the Texas Hill Country. Signed by the author. Author: Bettie Edmonds.
  • Footprints Quarterly Journal Volume 66 November 2023 by the Fort Work Genealogical Society.
  • Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia; A History of the County of Isle of Wight, Virginia, during the Seventeenth Century, including abstracts of the county records. Author: John Bennett Boddie. A gift from: Gloria Gosslin.  This is a later reprint which has broader coverage than previous editions.
  • Ancestors and Descendants of John Price: Immigrant to Virginia 1610-11. Author: Compiled by Vina Chandler Price. A gift from Gloria Gosslin.
  • New York Marriage Bonds 1753-1783. Author: Compiled by Dr. Kenneth Scott. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • Saints and Strangers: Being the Lives of the Pilgrim Fathers & Their Families, with Their Friends & Foes; & an Account of Their Posthumous Wanderings in Limbo, Their Final Resurrection & Rise to Glory, & the Strange Pilgrimages of Plymouth Rock. Author: George F. Willison. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • Karl Von Schwope (1816-1889) His Wife Helene Nagel (1822-1884); Gottlieb Johannes Schwope (1854-1935) His Wife Anna Stephan (1861-1905)  And Their Families of Kendall County, Texas. Includes photographs, original correspondence, etc. A gift from Janelle Holmes.
  • The Gottlieb Stephan Family of Kendall County, Texas and Allied Families of Meckel and Pfeiffer. Includes, maps, photographs, and correspondence. Within the binder are two companion paperbacks, which are The German Texans (1987) and Kendall County Map Index for First Land Owners and Index of Kendall County Citizens in 1870. A gift from Janell Holmes.
  • The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware. Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey & Cecil County, Md. 1638-1693. Author: Peter Stebbins Craig, J.D. A gift from Nora Ripps
  • The Book of Names: Especially Relating to the Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. Mohawk Valley is the region in New York surrounding Schenectady, Utica, and Rome. Author: Lou D. MacWethy (compiled by). A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • The Massachusetts Magazine: Marriage and Death Notices 1789-1796. Author: Cj Stevens. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • John and Esther Houston Montgomery 1719-1973. Author: Beulah Henry Anderson et al. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • Genealogies of Kentucky Families From the Filson Club History Quarterly. Contains all the family history articles published to date in the Filson Club History Quarterly and is one of three volumes published. Author; The Filson Club. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • 58th Virginia Infantry.1st Edition (#778 or 1,000), signed by the author. Dedicated to the men who served in Virginia Units during the War Between the States. Author: Robert J. Driver, Jr. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • Kansas Territorial Settlers of 1860 Who Were Born in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. A compilation with Historical Annotations end Editorial Comments. Includes maps of Kansas and Eastern Colorado showing the area included in the Kansas Territory. Author: Clara Hamlett Robertson. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • The Biographical Review of Johnson, Massac, Pope, and Hardin Counties, Illinois. Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens. Also biographies of the Presidents of the United States. This is a reproduction of the 1893 book. Author: Genealogical Society of Southern Illinois. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • The Rohrbough Family 1735-1962. A factual record of the family, descending from John Rohrbough (1735-1821) for the period 1735 to 1962. Author: Fred Ware Rohrbough. A gift from Nora Ripps
  • The Porter Cousins and their Ancestors: William Porter, Isaac Sheldon, Amos Richardson. Author: Billie Porter Garner. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • The Southside. Focus on Greene County, Tennessee, between the Nolachukey River and the North Carolina state line, and extending from Washington County into Cocke County. Author: Goldene Fillers Burgner. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • A Memorial to the Melugin Family of America. Author Douthitt Melugin McKay. A gift from Nora Ripps.
  • History of the Old Cheraws. Containing an Account of the Aborigines of the Pedee. The First White Settlements, Their Subsequent Progress, Civil Changes, the Struggle of the Revolution, and Growth of the Country Afterward. Extending from About A.D. 1730 to 1810. With Notices of Families and Sketches of Individuals. Reprint of the enlarged edition of 1925 with addenda by John J. Dargan.This concerns Indian tribes living in the Cheraws Precinct include the Cheraw, Woccon, (an extinct tribe) and Catawba tribes. Additional tribes living in the area known as the Peedee include the Cherokee, Tuscarora, Yamassee, (Creek) and Muscogee, (Lower Creek Muscogee) tribes. Author: Alexander Gregg. A gift from Nora Ripps.
The following holdings were cataloged in FEBRUARY 2024:   None.
The following holdings were cataloged in JANUARY 2024:
  • The Worthington / Lipe Family. Our Earliest Ancestors in America. The Progenitors of our Family Lines Who Emigrated to Original Settlements in The New World Before 1700 AD. A Collection of Our Family History. With Lipe Family History added by Uncle George Russell Lipe, Author: Frances Worthington Lipe.  Donation from the Patrick Heath Public Library of Boerne, Texas
  • 19th Annual Hill Country Family History Seminar presented by The Genealogical Society of Kendall County, Texas
  • Keys to the Past Volume XLII No. 2 Fall/Winter 2023. Author: Compiled by the Genealogy Society of Kendall County, Texas
  • Hopkins County Heritage Volume 40 No.3 September 2023. Compiled by the Hoplins County Genealogical Society, Sulphur Springs, Texas
  • The Ranch That Was Us. A matriarchal saga of growing up on the ranch of Adolf Stieler, Stieler Hill, the Home Ranch. A history of the Texas Hill Country, including Comfort, Kerr County, and Gillespie County. Includes anecdotes and memoirs of Hondo and Shatzie .Crouch. Author: Becky Crouch Patterson. Donated by: Deneise Bormann
  • Comanches, Captives, and Germans. Wilhelm Friedrich's Drawings from the Texas Frontier. Author: Daniel J.Gelo, C. B. "Hoppy" Hopkins, Christopher J. Wickham, and Bryden E. Moon Jr. The 2023 winner of the Ed Mergele Book Award.