Bee County, Texas Records
Bee County, Texas (Map It) was created on December 8, 1857 from Live Oak County, Goliad County, Refugio County, San Patricio County and Karnes County. This county was named for Barnard Elliott Bee, Sr. (1787–1853), a secretary of state of the Republic of Texas .
Bee County Cities and Towns include Beeville, Blue Berry Hill, Mineral, Normanna, Pawnee, Pettus, Skidmore, Tuleta, Tulsita, Tynan..
A Map of Bee County, Texas contains detailed information about roads and boundaries, these maps may include rural communities, churches, and cemeteries.
Bee County, Texas Courthouse Records
Bee County, TX Courthouse
The Clerk's Office DOES NOT DO RESEARCH. Most staff will assist people in finding the materials, but it is up to the individual to do the research.
The following dates indicate what vital, land, probate, and court records are in Bee county. The date listed for each record is usually the earliest registration filed. The date does not indicate that there are alot records for that year and does not mean that all such events were actually filed with the clerk.
- Bee County Clerk has Birth & Death Records from 1903, Marriage Records from 1860, Land Records from 1858, Probate Records from 1859 and Court Records from 1858. The County Clerk's office is the place where all transactions having to do with land are recorded and kept on file. They take marriage license applications, issues marriage licenses, files the license after the marriage, and maintains a permanent record of the marriage, surveys and plats of subdivisions, Armed Forces discharge papers for all veterans who reside in the county. Some naturalization records have been found with the deeds.
- Bee County Tax Assessor-Collector Office is responsible for the the assessment of taxes on each property in the county and collection of that tax
Bee County, Texas Census Records
- Learn More: State of Texas Census Records
- U.S. Federal Population Schedules: 1860, 1870, 1880 (free index), 1890 (fragmented), 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, 1940
- Texas Census Substitute Records: 1820-1890
- U.S. Federal Census Slave Schedules: 1860
- U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules: 1860, 1870 and 1880
- Selected U.S. Federal Census Agriculture Schedules: 1860, 1870 and 1880
- Selected U.S. Federal Census Industry Schedules: 1860, 1870 and 1880
- Union Veterans Schedules: 1890
Bee County, Texas Vital Records
- Learn More: State of Texas Vital Records
- Birth and Death Records: from 1903 to present.
- Marriage Records: available from the County Clerk
- Divorce Records: available from the Clerk of District Court
- Locations: Texas Department of State Health Services
- Vital Records Online: USAVital or Social Security Death Index
- Vital Records by Mail: Birth and Death Certificate Applications.
- In Person: Texas Department of State Health Services, 1100 W. 49th Street, Austin, TX 78756; (888) 963-7111 or (512) 458-7111
Bee County, Texas Resources
- South Texas Genealogical Society, Inc.
- Bee Co. Records Available on Microfilm
- Bee County, Texas Message Boards
Bee County, Texas External Links
- Texas Historical Newspapers - Newspapers.com
- Historical Newspapers from Texas (1813 - 1993)
- Bee County, Texas Books - Amazon
- Bee Co., Texas - FindaGrave
- Texas, Gonzalez de la Garza Genealogy Collection
- A history of Bee County : with some brief sketches about men and events in adjoining counties.
- Bee Co., Texas Almanac
- Texas county histories : a bibliography
- Bee County History
- Bee County, Texas Links - Cyndi's List
- Bee Co. TXGenweb
- Bee County, Texas Ancestry Database Collections
- Texas General Land Office Map Collection
- Bee County, Texas Military Records