Bibliography

This list of material represents many of the materials that are available for Wilson County.  All of the titles listed here have information about the people or places of Wilson County. Most of these books can be borrowed from your local library through their Inter-Library Loan (ILL) program.  Additionally, with so many books now being put online at Google you just might find what you're looking for on the Web.


The Life and reminiscences of Hon. W.H. (Wick) Blanton. (1940). Gonzales, Tex: Gonzales County News.

A brief history of Wilson Chapel cemetery: (near Donie, Freestone County, Texas). (2005). Mexia, Tex: Flatt Stationers.

Almaráz, F. D. (1976). Inventory of county records, Wilson County courthouse, Floresville, Texas. Denton: North Texas State University.

Britt, L. L. (2005). In praise of Hiram Wilson: The story of a 19th century Guadalupe County pottery. San Antonio: Wilson Pottery Foundation.

Centennial, St. Ann's Catholic Church: 1898-1998, Sto Lat, Kosciuszko, Texas. (1998). S.l: s.n.

Davis, W. C. (1979). One hundred years of Masonry in Floresville and Fairview, Texas. [s.l.]: Davis.

Fischer, D., & Kirkpatrick, L. (2004). Marriages 1854 to 1916 of the Graytown Church: La Capilla de Santiago (1854-1877) and Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (1877-1916), located at Graytown and Canada Verde (Wilson County, Texas). San Antonio, Tex: Los Bexarenos Genealogical Society.

Fox, A. A., & Houk, B. A. (1998). Archaeological and historical investigations at Rancho de las Cabras, 41WN30, Wilson County, Texas. San Antonio [Tex.]: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio.

Garcia, O. G. (2005). Baptisms 1884-1897 of the Graytown Church Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe: Located at Graytown (present-day Wilson County, Texas). San Antonio, Tex: Los Bexarenos Genealogical Society.

Gilliland, M. T. (1977). Wilson County Texas Rangers, 1837-1977. S.l: s.n.].

Harris, J. W. (2006). African Americans in Wilson County, Texas, 1860-1885: An aid for family historians. Las Vegas, NV: LynBrook Books.

Hernandez, G. H. (2006). Baptisms 1854-1885 of the Graytown Church: La Capilla de Santiago (1854-1877) and Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (1877-1885) located at Graytown and Cañada Verde (Wilson County, Texas). San Antonio, Tex: Los Bexarenos Genealogical Society.

Hsu, D. P., & Ralph, R. W. (1968). An appraisal of the archeological resources of Cibilo Reservoir, Wilson County, Texas. Archeological survey report, no. 1. [Austin]: Texas State Building Commission and Texas State Water Development Board.

Jackson, C. L. (1947). The effect of the war period on the rural schools of Wilson County. Thesis (M.A.)--St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Tex., 1947.

Jones, C. J., & Fox, A. A. (1983). Archaeological testing at Rancho de Las Cabras, Wilson County, Texas: Third season. [San Antonio]: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio.

McManus, J. (1985). Wilson County, Texas marriage records, 1860-1876. St. Louis, Mo: Frances T. Ingmire.

Meyr, I. M. (1990). Cemeteries of Wilson County, Texas (over 130 cemeteries and burial plots). Floresville, Tex: E. & I. Meyr.

Polley, J. H. (1852). Joseph H. Polley papers.

Robinson family, & Locke family. (1853). Robinson-Locke family papers.

Stoddard, H. B. ( ). Henry Bates Stoddard papers.

Texas Historical Records Survey. (1939). Inventory of the county archives of Texas. No. 247, Wilson County (Floresville). San Antonio, Tex: The Survey.

Texas State Library. (2004). Wilson County index to deeds 1860-1900. Austin, Tex: State Archives Division, Texas State Library.

Thonhoff, R. H. (1968). The first ranch in Texas. Southwest Texas heritage series, no. 1. Karnes City, Tex: Old Helena Foundation.

University of Texas at San Antonio, & Texas Antiquities Committee. (1998). Archaeological and historical investigations at Rancho de las Cabras, 41WN30, Wilson County, Texas: Fourth season. [San Antonio, Tex.]: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio.

Wilson County tax rolls, 1860-1910. (1986). Austin, Texas: Texas State Library Records Division for Texas State Library Archives.

Young, B. S. (1980s). Cibolo/Baker Primitive Baptist Church, Wilson County, Texas: 1893-1943. Cuero, Texas: B. S. Young.