Family Tree Magazine annually evaluates online genealogy/family history web sites and publishes a list of the 101 best. This year “The Portal to Texas History”, a University of North Texas Libraries’ Digital Projects Unit, has been recognized as an exemplary state-focused web site.
Our webmasters (Todd DeDecker and Tony Hanson) have just completed a 6-month effort to re-design, update and improve our web presence. We were compelled to do this because the version of software used to create our web site in 2010
Year(s) Name 2016 – 2017 Todd DeDecker 2015 – 2016 Todd DeDecker 2015 Tony Hanson 2014 Tony Hanson 2013 Tony Hanson 2012 Tony Hanson 2011 Tony Hanson 2010 Tony Hanson 2008 – 2009 Ed Kutz 2007 – 2008 Ed Kutz
The following images are the work of Dan Babb (Copyright 2003 Dan Babb). All rights reserved. No claim to original U.S. government works. Permission has been granted to the Dallas Genealogical Society to post these materials to their web site
Cumby-Webster-Bailey Cemetery aka Jones-Bailey Cemetery LOCATION: The entry is south of the intersection of Fish Road and S. Belt Line Road ( View on Google Maps ). The cemetery is visible from the street, but is fenced and locked. The
Webmasters Tony Hanson and Todd DeDecker have been hard at work developing the new DGS Web Site. They are asking members to provide some feedback on the current design: Grab a cup of coffee and then stop by to review
The Dallas Genealogical Society has acquired the funds required to digitize our early Quarterly Journals published between 1955 and 1994 through a combination of donations, a grant and by participating in the 2017 North Texas Giving Day event. Once digitized they will be archived and available on The Portal to Texas History.
“Using Masonic Records in Your Genealogy Research” is the topic of the Mesquite Historical & Genealogical Society’s September meeting this Thursday, the 14th.
Learn more about our Fall Seminar speaker, D. Joshua Taylor
Do you have ancestors who settled in Texas before 31 December 1900? Link your DNA results to the Early Texas DNA project!