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Re: How do I get land records for this county?
Posted by: Christine Morton (ID *****6969) Date: August 15, 2004 at 19:49:15
In Reply to: How do I get land records for this county? by AJ of 575

For original land grant information for any county in Texas, contact the archives vial email at

Harriett Trawick, 160 acres, Milam Preemption, File # 2712, abstract 926. Although it says Milam Preemption, it is still in Bosque County.

They can copy the original application, AND you can ask for a copy of the county map which will show you where the parcel was actually located. Prices are reasonable, and they will mail you the copies at a reasonable fee.

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