Howard County Lookup Volunteers


Volunteers are persons willing to lookup information for others. This may include a trip to the local courthouse, library, or a cemetery.  Anyone wishing to volunteer their services is urged to contact me.


Books are a valuable resource for genealogical research.  If you have any books with any genealogical / historical information that may be useful to genealogical researchers, please contact me.  The goal of the TXGenWeb Project is to provide access to genealogical information on the internet.  Any suggestions  / contributions to improve this page are always welcome.  

 We have an offer from a Lookup Volunteer for cemeteries in Howard County.  Thank you so much Mary!  Mary Schuelke has offered to do lookups and photos of tombstones in Ackerly and West Knott Cemeteries.  Mary Schuelke


The Genealogical Society  of Big Spring has a large selection of books and genealogical information. Members are willing to help with your queries.

The Genealogical Society of Big Spring

500 Main St.

Big Spring, TX 79720.



HOWARD COUNTY 1882-1982, published by Howard County Historical Commission. History of pioneer families, cemetery listings (Big Spring and surrounding towns), churches, and businesses.



GETTIN' STARTED-HOWARD COUNTY'S FIRST 25 YEARS,  by Joe Pickle.1980 Includes Howard County (federal) Census, June 24, 1880, Howard County's First Tax Roll (as reported to the State in 1881), listings of physicians, dentists, attorneys, county officials, first telephone customers.



SOUVENIR HISTORY ALBUM-CENTENNIAL MAY 1981 Arrival of the Railroad, misc. listings.

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 By Linda Blum-Barton