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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 archives@glo.state.tx.us

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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