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  • 1. Bibliography and publishing vitæ for “More than Church Records” Archival Sources-Alabama 1. [Alabama State Archives]. Land Grants and Patents, 1819–1850. FHL. 2. [National Archives and Records Administration]. M8, Journal and Report of James L. Cathcart and James Hutton, Agents Appointed by the Secretary of the Navy to Survey Timber Resources Between the Mermentau and Mobile Rivers, 1818–1819. 3. [National Archives and Records Administration]. M1325, Letters and Surveying Contracts Received by the General Land Office from the Surveyor General for Alabama, 1817–1832. Archival Sources-Arkansas 1. [Commissioner of State Lands]. Spanish Land Claims; Tract Books, 1803–1900. FHL. Archival Sources-California 1. [Huntington Library and Art Museum]. The Loudon Collection, The Vaudreuil Papers. Archival Sources-Florida 1. [Florida State Archives]. S 990, Confirmed Spanish Land Grant Claims, 1763–1821. (Also, online). 2. [Florida State Archives]. S 991, Unconfirmed Spanish Land Grant Claims, 1763–1821. (Also, online). 3. [Florida State Archives]. S 992, Memorials and Concessions, 1786–1821. (Also, online). 4. [Florida State Archives]. S 993, Memorials for City Lots in Saint Augustine, 1764–1821. (Also, online). 5. [Florida State Archives]. S 995, Minutes of and Testimony Taken Before the Board of Land Commissioners for East Florida, 1823–1825. (Also, online). 6. [Florida State Archives]. S 996, Memorials for Town Lots in Fernandina, 1808–1821. (Also, online). 7. [Florida State Archives]. S 997, Concessions for New Settlers, 1791–1821. (Also, online). 8. [Florida State Archives]. S 1001, Record books, 1773–1828. (Also, online). 9. [Florida State Archives]. S 1022, Protocols, 1804–1819. (Also, online). 10. [Florida State Archives]. S 1023, Miscellaneous Spanish Florida Land Records, 1804– 1849. (Also, online). 11. [Florida State Archives]. S 1232, Surveys of Spanish Land Grants, 1791–1836. (Also, online). 12. [Florida State Archives]. S 1235, Memorials and Concessions Not Acted Upon, 1804–1821. (Also, online). 13. [Florida State Archives]. S 1439, Concessions for Services, 1815–1821. (Also, online). 14. [Florida State Archives]. M82–1, Call, R.K. 1791–1862, Correspondence, 1791–1794, 1825–1849. (Also, online). 15. [Library of Congress]. East Florida Archives. L110013. (Also, online at Fla. St. Archives). 16. [P.K. Yonge Library, University of Florida]. Index to East Florida Archives. (Also, online). 17. [P.K. Yonge Library, University of Florida]. Stetson Collection. 18. [St. Augustine Historical Society Library]. Chronological Document Files, 1766–1930. FHL. Archival Sources-Illinois 1. [Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield]. Randolph County Records. 2. [Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield]. St. Clair County Records. Page 1 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 2. Archival Sources-Illinois, Continued 3. [Chicago Historical Society]. Leopold Schmidt Collection of French Language Illinois Documents. Archival Sources-Louisiana 1. [East Baton Parish Clerk of Court]. Records of West Florida, 1781–1810. 2. [Library of Congress]. Louisiana Miscellany Collection. 3. [Library of Congress]. Sebastian Vincent Pintado Papers. 4. [Louisiana State Archives]. Avoyelles, Ascension, Assumption, Ouchita, St. Charles, St. James, St. Jean-Baptiste (St. John the Baptist), St. Landry parish records to 1803. Other parishes available on film, e.g., Natchitoches and St. Martin, but the originals are generally kept at respective parish authorities. 5. [Louisiana State Archives]. Juan Ventura Morales Papers. 6. [Louisiana State Archives]. Orleans Parish Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1795–. Now, State of Louisiana Records of Births and Deaths. 7. [Louisiana State Archives]. WPA. Pintado Papers (Typescripts). 8. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Abstracts, Letters, Claims, and Reports of Lands in New Orleans and Opelousas, Louisiana, 1815–1875. 9. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Greensburg Claim Papers, 1770–1880. 10. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Louisiana Claim Papers, 1810–1875. 11. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Louisiana Documents of the French and Spanish Period. 12. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Natchitoches County Unlocated Claims, Report of May 4, 1815; Northwestern District Unlocated Claims, 1804–1813. 13. [Louisiana State Land Office]. North of the Red River Claim Papers, (Ouachita [Monroe], Louisiana), 1805–1855. 14. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Northwestern District Claim Papers (Opelousas, Louisiana), 1811–1835. 15. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Surveys of Land Claims, 1806–1813 and 1832–1834 ; Land Records, 1860–1916; Certificates of Location, 1858–1907. 16. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Suttons's Private Land Claims, 1820–1836; Notice of Claims, 1835–1837; Bastrop Claims, 1852, (Ouachita [Monroe], Louisiana). 17. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Tract books, 1807–1870. 18. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Unconfirmed and Unlocated (Land) Caims, 1806–1821. 19. [Louisiana State Land Office]. United States District Land Office (St. Helena, Louisiana), Land Records, 1803–1875. 20. [Louisiana State Land Office]. United States District Land Office (Opelousas, Louisiana), Land Records, 1805–1860. 21. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Unlocated Claims (Opelousas, Louisiana), 1805–1856. 22. [Louisiana State Land Office]. Unlocated Claims (Ouachita [Monroe], Louisiana), 1812, 1821. 23. [Louisiana State Museum]. Louisiana French Superior Council Records. 24. [Louisiana State Museum]. Proceedings of the Spanish Cabildo. 25. [Louisiana State Museum]. Spanish Judicial Records. Commonly, and mistakenly, called the “Cabildo Records.” 26. [Louisiana State University, Special Collections]. Sebastian Vincent Pintado Plat Books. 27. [National Archives and Records Administration]. T1116, Archives of the Spanish Government of West Florida. Page 2 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 3. Archival Sources-Louisiana, Continued 28. [National Archives and Records Administration]. M1382. Bound Records of the General Land Office Relating to Private Land Claims in Louisiana, 1767–1892. 29. [National Archives and Records Administration]. T225, Despatches from U.S. Consuls in New Orleans, Louisiana, 1798–1807. 30. [National Archives and Records Administration]. M1115, Land Claim Case Files of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, 1844–1880. 31. [National Archives and Records Administration]. M1385, Unbound Records of the General Land Office Relating to Private Land Claims in Louisiana, 1805–1896. 32. [New Orleans Public Library]. WPA. Proceedings of the Cabildo, 1769–1803. Archival Sources-Mississippi 1. [Mississippi State Land Office]. Mississippi Territorial Land and Court Records, 1798– 1817. 2. [National Archives and Records Administration]. M 1329, Letters Received by the Secretary of the Treasury and the General Land Office from the Surveyor General of Mississippi, 1803–1831. Archival Sources-Missouri 1. [Archives Library, City of St. Louis]. (City of) St. Louis Archives. 2. [Missouri State Archives]. Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, St. Charles, St. Louis, and Ste. Geneviève county records to 1803. 3. [Missouri State Archives]. French and Spanish Archives, Records, 1795–1812. C 12439– 12462, 6059. 4. [Missouri State Archives]. Indemnity Swamp Land Documents, (General Land Office). 5. [Missouri State Archives]. Miscellaneous Records Relating to Missouri Lands. 6. [Missouri State Archives]. Missouri Land Plats (General Land Office). 7. [Missouri State Archives]. Records of Missouri Swamp Lands: Original Selections, New Selections, and Sales. 8. [Missouri State Archives]. United States Land Sales in Missouri, 1827–1903; Index to Land Sales, 1818–1893. 9. [University of Missouri, Columbia]. Western Manuscript Collection. Archival Sources-Texas 1. [Béxar County Clerk of Court] Béxar County Records, San Antonio. 2. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] [Moses and Stephen F.] Austin Papers. 3. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] Béxar Archives. 4. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] de Zavala Papers. 5. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] Elguezabal Papers. 6. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] Lorenzo Lenz Papers. 7. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] “Natchez Trace” Collection. 8. [Center for Am. History, UTexas-Austin] Seabury Papers. 9. [Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio] Los Adaës Civil Records. 10. [St. Mary’s University, San Antonio] Laredo Archives. 11. [Sam Houston Research Library, Liberty] Atascocito Archives. 12. [Texas State Archives and Library, Austin] Adjutant General’s Records. 13. [Texas State Archives and Library, Austin] Nacogdoches Archives. 14. [Nacogdoches County Clerk of Court] Nacogdoches County Records. Page 3 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 4. Archival Sources-Washington, D.C. (and environs) 1. [U.S. National Archives] Records of the Congress of the United States, 1st through 32nd Congresses: Public Lands and Public Claims. 2. [General Land Office, Springfield, Virginia] Land Patents, various district offices in Louisiana. Archival Sources-England 1. [Public Record Office, National Archives] CO 5 / 540-635. All records from 1712–83. (25 reels, no index, Auburn Univ.) Archival Sources-France 1. [Archives d’Outre-Mer, Aix-en-Provence] Archives des Colonies. Colonies A, B, C 9, CC 9, C 10, C 11, C 13, D 2 A, D 2 C, D 2 D, E, F 1, F 3, F 5 B, G 1, G 2, G 3, and G 5. 2. [Archives d’Outre-Mer, Aix-en-Provence] Archives d’Outre-mer. Dépôt des fortifications des Colonies, and Dépôt des papiers publics des Colonies. 3. [Archives Nationales, Paris] Archives de la Marine. 4. [Archives Nationales, Paris] Archives des Affaires Étrangères. 5. [Service Historique de l’armée de Terre, Ch. Vincennes] Archives de l’armée de Terre, Contrôles pour les régiments suisses de Karrer et Hallwyl; régiment d’Angoumois. 6. [Service Historique de la Marine, Ch. Vincennes] Archives de la Marine, naval archive sub-depots at Cherbourg, Brest, Rochefort, Bayonne, and Toulon; and Archives du port de Lorient (for the Company of the Indies). 7. [Library of Congress] Louisiana Colonial Records Project. 69 reels. Paris: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1965. This is the C 13 Correspondence series. 8. [Library of Congress] Louisiana Colonial Records Project. 35 reels. Paris: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1971. This contains Colonies A 22, A 23; D 2 C 50, 51, 52, 54, 59; D 2 D 10, numerous ship’s logs, several registres from Correspondance général in Dépôt des papiers publics des Colonies, G 1 412, 464, and 465 Archival Sources-Spain 1. [Archivo General de Simancas, Valladolid] Archivo general de Simancas. Sección IX, Guerra, Serie XL, legajos 6912–6932, Floridas y Luisiana Serie XLII, legajos 6952–7050, Nueva España Serie L, legajos 7270–7279, Nueva España Serie LI, legajos 7299–7300, revistas de provincias (incl. Luisiana) 2. [Archivo General de las Indias, Seville] Audiencia de Santo Domingo, audiencia de Méjico, and audiencia de Guadalajara. 3. [Archivo General de las Indias, Seville] Papeles procedentes de la isla de Cuba. 4. [Archivo militar, Segovia] Archivo general militar. Research Aids-General 1. Braudel, Fernand. Civilization and Capitalism: 15th - 18th Century. Translated by Siân Reynolds 3 vols. New York: Harper & Row, 1981-1984. Vol. 1, The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible (1981). Vol. 2, The Wheels of Commerce. (1982) Vol. 3, The Perspective of the World (1984). This three-volume set gives a perspective on societal forces moving history during this period. This set contains a superb explanation of the forces driving colonization of North America. If you have ever wondered how shopkeepers laid out their store, it’s in here. Page 4 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 5. Research Aids-General, Continued 2. Mousnier, Roland E. The Institutions of France under the Absolute Monarchy, 1598–1789, 2 vols. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1979 and 1984. Vol. 1, Society and the State. Translated by Brian Pearce. Vol. 2, The Organs of State and Society. Translated by Arthur Goldhammer. This two volume set is indispensable for understanding the structure of French society and government during this time period. 3. Archives Nationales de France. État général des fonds. 4 vols. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1978-1980. 4. Archives Nationales de France. État des inventaires. 4 vols. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1991-9. 5. Direction des archives de France. État des inventaires des archives départementales, communales, et hospitalières au 1er janvier 1983. 2 vols. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1984. Research Aids-General Genealogy 1. Bernard, Gildas. Guide des recherches sur l’histoire des familles. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1988. 2. Bernard, Gildas. Les familles protestantes en France: XVIe siècle – 1792. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1987. 3. Bernard, Gildas. Les familles juives en France, XVIe siècle-1815: guide des recherches biographiques et généalogiques. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1990. 4. Riffel, Judy, ed. A Guide to Genealogical Research at the Louisiana State Archives. Baton Rouge: Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, 2008. This is indispensable and without peer. Research Aids-Specific 1. ———, American State Papers: Documents, Legislative and Executive of the Congress of the United States. Public Lands Series. 8 vols. Washington, D.C.: Gales and Seaton, 1832– 1861. 2. Almaráz, Félix D. Inventory of county records, Bexar County Courthouse, San Antonio, Texas. 2 vols. Denton: Texas County Records Inventory Project, North Texas State University, 1980. 3. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. Cahokia Records, 1778–1790. Springfield: The Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1907. 4. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. The County of Illinois. Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, 1907. 5. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. Eighteenth Century French Records in the Archives of Illinois. Springfield: The Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1905. 6. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. Illinois in the Eighteenth Century; A Report on the Documents in Belleville, Illinois, Illustrating the Early History of the State. Springfield: Illinois State Journal Co., state printers, 1905. 7. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. Kaskaskia Records, 1778–1790. Springfield, Ill., The Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1909. 8. Alvord, Clarence Walworth and Clarence E. Carter. The Critical Period, 1763–1765. Springfield: The Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1915. 9. Alvord, Clarence Walworth. The Illinois Country, 1673–1818. Springfield: Illinois Centennial Commission, 1920. Page 5 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 6. Research Aids-Specific, Continued 10. Alvord, Clarence Walworth and Clarence E. Carter. Invitation sérieuse aux habitants des Illinois par un habitant des Kaskaskias. Providence, R.I.: [Standard printing company], 1908. 11. Alvord, Clarence Walworth and Clarence E. Carter. The New Régime, 1765–1767. Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, 1916. 12. Alvord, Clarence Walworth and Clarence E. Carter. Trade and Politics, 1767–1769. Springfield, Ill., Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1921. 13. André, Jean-Michel. Les engagés de la Compagnie des Indes, marins et ouvriers (1717– 1770). Château Vincennes: Service historique de la Marine, 2004. 14. [Archivo General de Simancas]. Guía del Archivo General de Simancas. Madrid: Dirección General de Archivos y Bibliotecas, 1958. 15. [Archivo General Militar]. Archivo General Militar de Segovia: índice de expedientes personales. 9 vols. Madrid, Ediciones Hidalguía, 1959–1963. 16. Arthur, Stanley Clisby. Index to the Archives of Spanish West Florida, 1782–1810. New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1975. 17. Arthur, Stanley Clisby. Index to the Dispatches of the Spanish Governors of Louisiana, 1766-1792. New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1975. 18. Barron, Bill. The Vaudreuil Papers: A Calendar and Index of the Personal and Private Records of Pierre Rigaud de Vudreuil, Royal Governor of the French Province of Louisiana, 1743–1753. New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1975. 19. Beers, Henry. French and Spanish Records of Louisiana: A Bibliographical Guide to Archive and Manuscript Sources. Baton Rouge, La. and London: LSU Press, 1989. 20. Benavides, Adán. The Béxar Archives, 1717–1836: A Name Guide. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 1989. 21. Bergeron, Arthur W., Jr. Calendar of Documents of the Opelousas Post, 1764–1789. Baton Rouge: Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, 1979. 22. Blake, Robert Bruce. The R. B. Blake Collection. 94 vols. Austin: Univ. of Texas, 1955. There are only four copies to this guide to the Nacogdoches and Béxar Archives, 2 in Austin, one at S. F. Austin University, and one in Houston (Clayton Library). Each of these four sets have the volumes paginated differently although the documents are in the same order since the recipients were given loose or unbound pages. There is a separate 20 roll microfilm transcript to Nacogdoches Archives with calendar done by Blake (q.v.). Additionally, there is a card index at both Univ. of Texas and S.F. Austin. S.F. Austin’s web site also has on-line research index, soon to be joined by an index to R.B. Blake collection. 23. Blake, Robert Bruce. Nacogdoches Archives, 1731–1836: Filmed from Typescripts Located in the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center, the University of Texas at Austin. 20 rolls. Austin: Barker Texas History Center, 1981. 24. Blake, Robert Bruce. Notebook of R. B. Blake, Nacogdoches, Texas. Nacogdoches: p.p., 1900. 25. Brasseaux, Carl A. France’s Forgotten Legion: Service Records of French Military and Administrative Personnel Stationed in the Mississippi Valley and Gulf Coast Region, 1699- 1769. CD-ROM. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2000. 26. Carter, Clarence Edwin. The Territorial Papers of the United States. 28 vols. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1934. Indispensable guide for any territory. Page 6 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 7. Research Aids-Specific, Continued 27. Conrad, Glenn R. First Families of Louisiana. 2 vols. Baton Rouge, LA: Claitor’s, 1970. Also, needed with these is the later published index, Donna Rachal Mills, The First Families of Louisiana: An Index to Glenn R. Conrad's Two-Volume Series of 1970 Tuscaloosa, AL: Mills Historical Press, 1992. Be wary of any item found within First Families. Always check it out. Made from transcriptions. 28. Conrad, Glenn R. Saint-Jean-Baptiste des Allemands; Abstracts of the Civil Records of St. John the Baptist Parish, with Genealogy and Index, 1753–1803. Lafayette, LA: Center for Louisiana Studies of USL, 1972. 29. Conrad, Glenn R. St. Charles: Abstracts of the Civil Records of St. Charles Parish, 1700– 1803. Lafayette, LA: Center for Louisiana Studies of USL, 1974. 30. Conrad, Glenn R. Alsatian Immigration to Louisiana, 1753–1759. Lafayette, LA: Center for Louisiana Studies of USL, 1975. 31. Conrad, Glenn R. The Attakapas Domesday Book: Land Grants, Claims, and Certifications in the Attakapas District, 1764-1826. Lafayette, LA: Center for Louisiana Studies of USL, 1990. 32. Conrad, Glenn R. Land Records of the Attakapas District. 2 vols. Lafayette, LA: Center for Louisiana Studies of USL, 1990. 33. Davis, Kathryn Hooper. East Texas Militiamen, 1838–1839: Nacogdoches County, Sabine County, San Augustine County. Nacogdoches: Ericson Books, 1992. 34. de Berardinis, Robert, ed. The Official Clayton Library Friends’ Guide to the Louisiana Colonial Records Project. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2003. 35. de la Plaza Bores, Angel. Guía del investigador. 3 vols. 3rd edition; Madrid: Ministerio de Cultura [Dirección General de Bellas Artes, Dirección de Archivos Estatales], 1986. This is for the archives of Simancas. 36. De Ville, Winston. British Burials and Births on the Gulf Coast: Records of the Church of England in West Florida, 1768–1770. Ville Platte, La.: p.p., 1986. 37. De Ville, Winston. English Land Grants in West Florida: A Register for the States of Alabama, Mississippi, and Parts of Florida and Louisiana, 1766–1776. Ville Platte, La. : p.p., 1986. 38. De Ville, Winston. Louisiana Soldiers in the American Revolution: Military Lists Based on Charles Robert Churchill Collection Papeles Procedentes de Cuba General Archives of Spain. Ville Platte, La.: p.p., 1991. 39. Falcón, Guillermo and Wilbur Meneray. The Favrot Family Papers: A Documentary Chronicle of Early Louisiana. 5 vols. New Orleans: Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, 1988–2002. 40. Falcón, Guillermo. The Rosemonde E. and Emile Kuntz Collection: A Catalogue. New Orleans: Howard-Titlton Memorial Library, 1981. 41. [Florida State Library Board and WPA]. Spanish Land Grants in Florida; Briefed Translations from the Archives of the Board of Commissioners for Ascertaining Claims and Titles to Land in the Territory of Florida. 5 vols. Tallahassee, Fla.: State Library Board, 1940–41. 42. Fontenot, Keith P. St. Landry Parish, Louisiana: An Archival Guide to Local Louisiana Governmental Records. Rayne, La.: Hébert Publications, 1996. Page 7 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 8. Research Aids-Specific, Continued 43. Hill, Roscoe J. Descriptive Catalogue of the Documents Relating to the History of the United States in the Papeles Procedentes de Cuba Deposited in the Archivo General de Las Indias at Seville. 1916 reprint; New York: Kraus Reprint Corp., 1965. 44. Holmes, Jack D. L. A Guide to Spanish Louisiana, 1762–1806. New Orleans: Laborde, 1970. 45. Holmes, Jack D. L. Honor and Fidelity; the Louisiana Infantry Regiment and the Louisiana Militia Companies, 1766-1821. Birmingham, Ala.: p.p., 1965. 46. [U.S. General Land Office, Florida District, and Institute of Historic Research]. 1830 Private Land Claims in East Florida. Signal Mountain, Tenn.: Institute of Historic Research, 1996. 47. Kesaris, Paul L. A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Béxar Archives Translations. Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, 1989. 48. Kielman, Chester V. Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Béxar Archives. 3 vols. Austin: University of Texas Library, 1967–1971. 49. Kinnaird, Lawrence. Spain in the Mississippi Valley, 1765–1794 [Translations of materials from the Spanish archives in the Bancroft Library, Univ. of California at Berkeley] 3 vols. Washington: U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 1949–. 50. Krakovitch, Odile. Arrêts, déclarations, édits, et ordonnances concernant les colonies, 1666–1779: Inventaire analytique de la série Colonies A. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1993. This guide and index should be used in conjunction with Wroth (q.v.). 51. McCarley, Marion, S.C., comp., and de Berardinis, Robert, ed., French Superior Council Records of Louisiana, 1717–1763: An Index to Abstracts in the Louisiana Historical Quarterly. Ville Platte, La..: Provincial Press, 2002. 52. McDonald, Archie P. Inventory of County Records, Nacogdoches County Courthouse. Austin: Archives Division, Texas State Library, 1975. 53. McWilliams, Richebourg Gaillard. Iberville’s Gulf Journals. Tuscaloosa, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 1981. Although the original documents are incorrectly cited, the translations are good and true to originals. 54. Menier, Marie-Antoinette; Étienne Taillemite, and Gilberte de Forges. Correspondance à l’arrivée en provenance de la Louisiane. 2 vols. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1976. This is the index to the C13 series or correspondence series from Louisiana to France. 55. Miller, Elizabeth Runkle. The Bexar Archives Translations. [Microfilm] 26 vols. Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1989; Austin: Univ. of Texas, 1922–. 56. Mills, Elizabeth Shown. Natchitoches Colonials: Censuses, Military Rolls, and Tax Lists 1722–1803. Chicago: Adams Press, 1981. 57. Moreno, Fernando J., trans. Snider, Billie Ford and Janice B. Palmer, comp. Spanish Plat Book of Land Records of the District of Pensacola, Province of West Florida: British and Spanish Land Grants, 1763–1821. 1895 translation; Pensacola, Fla.: Antique Compiling, 1994. 58. [Nacogdoches County Clerk] Index of Documents: Department of Nacogdoches, 1826– 1836. Nacogdoches: Ericson Books, 1989. 59. Ocerín, Enrique de, Conde de Abasolo. Indice de los expedientes matrimoniales de militares y marinos que se conservan en el Archivo General Militar, 1761–1865. Madrid: , 1959. Page 8 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 9. Research Aids-Specific, Continued 60. Pease, Theodore Calvin. Anglo-French Boundary Disputes in the West, 1749–1763. Springfield, Illinois: Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1936. 61. Pease, Theodore Calvin. The County Archives of the State of Illinois. Springfield, Illinois: Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1915. 62. Pease, Theodore Calvin and Raymond C. Werner. The French Foundation, 1680–1693. Springfield, Illinois: Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1934. 63. Pease, Theodore Calvin and Ernestine Jenison. Illinois on the Eve of the Seven Years’ War, 1747–1755. Springfield, Illinois: Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1940. 64. Peña Camaro, José María de la. Catálogo de documentos del Archivo General de Indias, Sección V, gobierno, Audiencia de Santo Domingo, sobre la. época española de Luisiana. 2 vols. New Orleans: Loyola University, 1968. 65. Potter, Dorothy. Passports of Southeastern Pioneers, 1770–1823: Indian, Spanish, and Other Land Passports for Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982. 66. Pusch, Donald E., ed. Selected Papers by Winston De Ville: A Collection of Articles for Colonial Genealogy and History. Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2000. 67. Riffel, Judy, ed. Abstracts of St. John the Baptist Parish Civil Records, 1757–1798. Baton Rouge: Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, 2003. 68. Riffel, Judy, ed. Calendar of the Natchez Trace Collection: Provincial & Territorial Documents, 1759–1813. Baton Rouge: Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, 1999. 69. Riffel, Judy, ed. Calendar of St. Landry Parish, Louisiana, Civil Records. Baton Rouge: Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, 1995. 70. Riffel, Judy, ed. Guide to the Louisiana Miscellany Collection, 1724–1837. Baton Rouge: Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, 2006. 71. Robichaux, Albert J. Louisiana Census and Militia Lists, 1770–1789. Harvey, LA: p.p., 1973. 72. Robichaux, Albert J. Colonial Settlers along Bayou Lafourche: Louisiana Census Records 1770–1798. Harvey, LA: p.p., 1974. 73. Robichaux, Albert J. German Coast Families: European Origins and Settlement in Colonial Louisiana. Rayne, LA: Hébert Publications, 1997. An absolutely superb set of compiled genealogies for the German Coast. National award winning book. 74. Rowland, Dunbar and Robert Farmar. Mississippi Provincial Archives. English Dominion. Nashville, Tenn., Press of Brandon Printing Co., 1911. Always confirm translations in here since they are based on transcriptions of the originals. 75. Rowland, Dunbar and A.G. Sanders. Mississippi Provincial Archives. French Dominion. 5 vols. Jackson, Miss.: State Dep’t. of Archives and History, 1927-1984. Important guide to letters of French C 13 series, “Letters Arriving in France from the Colonies (Before 1789).” Always confirm translations in here since they are based on transcriptions of the originals. Be assured there are significant errors! 76. Ruff, Verda. The Cabildo Records of New Orleans, 1769–1785: An Index to Abstracts in the Louisiana Historical Quarterly. Forest Hill, La.: p.p., 1987. 77. Siebert, Wilbur Henry. Loyalists in East Florida, 1774 to 1785; The Most Important Documents Pertaining Thereto, Edited with an Accompanying Narrative. 1929 reprint; Boston, Gregg Press, 1972. Page 9 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 10. Research Aids-Specific, Continued 78. Siles Saturnino, Reyes. Documentos relativos a la independencia de Norteamérica existentes en archivos españoles : toma II, Archivo General de Indias, Sección Papeles de Cuba : Correspondencia y documentación oficial de los Gobernadores de Luisiana (años 1777–1803). Madrid: Ministerio de Asuntes Exteriores, 1981. 79. Siles Saturnino, Reyes. Documentos relativos a la independencia de Norteamérica existentes en archivos españoles : toma VII, Archivo General de Indias, Sección Papeles de Cuba : Correspondencia y documentación oficial de varias autoridades de Luisiana y de las dos Floridas (años 1778–1817). Madrid: Ministerio de Asuntes Exteriores, 1981. 80. Siles Saturnino, Reyes. Documentos relativos a la independencia de Norteamérica existentes en archivos españoles : toma IX, Archivo General de Indias, Sección Papeles de Cuba : Correspondencia y documentación oficial de autoridades de Luisiana y de Florida Occidental (años 1764–1819). Madrid: Ministerio de Asuntes Exteriores, 1986. 81. Starr, J. Barton. Tories, Dons, and Rebels: The American Revolution in British West Florida. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1976. 82. Surrey, Nancy A. M. Calendar of Manuscripts in Paris Archives and Libraries Relating to the History of the Mississippi Valley to 1803. 2 vols. Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1926. 83. Taillemite, Étienne. Inventaire analytique de la correspondance générale avec les colonies. Départ. série B, déposée aux Archives nationales. Paris: Ministère de la France d’Outre- mer, service aux archives, 1959. In addition, M. Taillemite has written a large number of indices and research guides for St-Domingue records (modern Haiti), Martinique (and the Sugar Islands or Îles du vent), and Naval records, both at the French National Archives and at Naval Ministry Archives. The B series is correspondence from the King or Ministers to the Colonies. 84. [Texas State Archives]. Records of Texas County and District Clerks, 1820–1950: Special List of Records Available on Microfilm at North Texas State University, Pan American University, Texas State Archives, Stephen F. Austin State University, Sam Houston State University, Baylor University, Texas A & I University at Kingsville, Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center. Austin : Texas State Library, 1977. 85. Thwaites, Ruben Gold. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents; Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France, 1610–1791; the Original French, Latin, and Italian Texts, with English Translations and Notes. 73 vols. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers, 1896–1901. 86. Trigueros, Milagros Alarios and Marquesa del Camino Represa Fernández. Documentos relativos a la independencia de Norteamérica existentes en archivos españoles : toma XI, Archivo General de Simancas, Secretaría de Guerra, Florida y Luisiana (años 1779– 1802). Madrid: Ministerio de Asuntes Exteriores, 1985. 87. [U.S. General Land Office] Report of the Register and Receiver of the Land District South of Red River, in Louisiana, with the Land Claims Situated between the Rio Hondo and the Sabine. Streeter no. 1092, 1836 reprint; Washington: 24th Congress, 1st session, 1826. 88. Voorhies, Jacqueline K. Some Late 18th Century Louisianians, Census Records 1758–1796. Lafayette, LA: U.S.L. History Series, 1973. 89. Wood, Robert D. Indexes to the Laredo Archives. San Antonio: St. Mary's Univ. Press, 1993. Page 10 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 11. Research Aids-Specific, Continued 90. Wood, Robert D. Documentos para la. genealogía. Archivos de Laredo series, vol. 1 San Antonio: p.p., 1998 91. Wood, Robert D. Documentos referentes a los indios [Documents on the Indians]. Archivos de Laredo series, vol. 2. San Antonio: p.p., 1998 92. Wood, Robert D. Documents for the History of Laredo. Archivos de Laredo series, vol. 3. San Antonio: p.p., 1999. 93. Wood, Robert D. The History of Mexico, 1809-1845, in the Laredo Archives. Archivos de Laredo series, vol. 4. San Antonio: p.p., 2000. 94. Wood, Robert D. Index to the Municipal Correspondence, 1825-1845, and Verbal Arbitrations and Decisions, 1832-1842. Archivos de Laredo series, vol. 5. San Antonio: p.p., 2000. 95. Wood, Robert D. Death and Taxes. Archivos de Laredo, vol. 6. San Antonio: p.p., 2001. 96. Wroth, Lawrence C. and Annan, Gertrude. Acts of French Royal Administration Concerning Canada, Guiana, the West Indies and Louisiana, Prior to 1791. 1930 reprint, Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 1999. The introduction of the reprint gives an explanation of retrieval of French documents. 97. Yonge, P.K. Library of Florida History. Calendar of the Papeles Procedentes de Cuba, 1781–1821. 10 rolls. Gainesville, Fla.: P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, University of Florida Libraries, 1984. Research Guides-French Army and Navy 1. Chalmin, P., Commandant. Guide bibliographique sommaire et methodique d’histoire militaire à l’Usage des officiers et des Chercheurs. Vincennes, France: Service Historique de l’Armée, 1975. This is a specific guide to resources at the Service Historique de l’Armée other than personnel files 2. Corvisier, André. Les controles de troupes de l’ancien régime. 4 vols. Paris: Service historique de l’armée de terre, 1968-70. This book is necessary for research of officers or enlisted men in the regular army units of the monarchy. As a research tool, it is without peer. Must pay attention to errata. 3. de Berardinis, Robert. “On Obtaining French Military Service Records.”Mississippi Valley Mélange. vol. IV, Winston De Ville, FASG, and Don Pusch, eds. Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2000. 4. Le Maresquier, Erik. Guide du lecteur des Archives de la Marine: État des répertoires et inventaires, Éléments de bibliographie. 3rd ed.; Vincennes, France: Service Historique de La. Marine, 1995. 5. Neuville, David. Etat sommaire des archives de la marine antérieures à la Révolution. 1898 reprint, Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint, 1977. This gives detail for the various subseries that neither of the French national archives finding aids does. Absolute “side by side” companion to vol. 3 of the État général des fonds and the État des inventaires. Historical Background 1. Arnold, Morris. Colonial Arkansas, 1686-1804: A Social and Cultural History. Fayetteville, AR and London: Univ. of Arkansas Press, 1991. 2. Ekberg, Carl J. Colonial Ste. Geneviève: An Adventure on the Mississippi Frontier. Gerald, MO: Patrice Press, 1985. Of course, any research of the French colonial period in Illinois would include the volumes of the series Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library edited by Clarence W. Alvord. Page 11 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 12. Historical Background, Continued 3. Marcel Giraud, A History of French Louisiana 3 vols. Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press, 1974-91. Only volumes 1, 2, and 5 have been translated into English. 4. Marcel Giraud, Histoire de la louisiane française 2 vols. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1953-1974. These contain volume 3 & 4, which have not nor are likely to be translated into English. 5. Hamilton, Peter J. Colonial Mobile: An Historical Study Largely from Original Sources, of the Alabama-Tombigbee Basin and the Old South West, from the Discovery of the Spiritu Santo in 1519 until the Demolition of Fort Charlotte in 1821. 2 vols. 1910 Rev. ed.; Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books, 1991. Unfortunately many of the documents cited by Hamilton are now not extant. The usefulness of the book cannot be understated. 6. Higginbotham, Jay. Old Mobile: Fort Louis de la Louisiane, 1702-1711. 1977 reprint, Tuscaloosa, AL and London: University of Alabama Press, 1991. Without a doubt. the finest local history written. Indispensable for its bibliography and index. 7. Howard, Clinton N. The British Development of West Florida, 1763-1769. vol. 34, University of California Publications in History. 1947 reprint; New York: Kraus Reprint Co., 1974. 8. Latour, Arsène Lacarrière. Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana, in 1814-15. 1816 reprint; Gainesville, Fla.: University of Florida Press, 1964. Highly biased in favor of the author, but almost sole first hand account printed at the time. 9. Pichardo, Fra. José Antonio. Hackett, Charles Wilson, ed. Pichardo's Treatise on the Limits of Louisiana and Texas; An Argumentative Historical Treatise with Reference to the Verification of the True Limits of the Provinces of Louisiana and Texas; written by Father José Antonio Pichardo, of the Congregation of the Oratory of San Felipe Neri, to Disprove the Claim of the United States that Texas was Included in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. 4 vols. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1931-1946. 10. Proulx, Gilles. Between France and New France, Life Aboard the Tall Sailing Ships. Toronto and Charlottetown: Dundurn Press, 1984. 11. Thomas, Daniel. Fort Toulouse: The French Outpost at the Alabamas on the Coosa. 1989 reprint, Tuscaloosa, AL and London: University of Alabama Press, 1960. 12. Usner, Daniel H. Jr. Indians, Settlers & Slaves in a Frontier Exchange Economy: the Lower Mississippi Valley before 1783. Chapel Hill : Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press, 1992. Reference Books 1. Bragg, Marion. Historic Names and Places on the Lower Mississippi River. 1977 reprint; Vicksburg: Mississippi River Commission, 1990. 2. Casey, Powell A. Encyclopedia of Forts, Posts, Named Camps, and Other Military Installations in Louisiana, 1700- 1981. Baton Rouge: Claitor's, 1983. 3. Woodward, M. Truman, Jr. Louisiana Notarial Manual. With Forms. Indianapolis: Allen Smith, 1953. This is much better than below. 4. Woodward, M. Truman, Jr. Louisiana Notarial Manual. With Forms. 2nd edition; Indianapolis: Allen Smith, 1962. Internet Aids for Research Page 12 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 13. National Archives of Canada, http://www.archives.ca/www/connaitre.html This is the Canadian National archives web site. Plenty of information and all is in English, including Archivianet (somewhat). This where to ILL French microfilm (if they have it) for free, especially Colonies A, Colonies B, Colonies C 11, Colonies C 13, Colonies D 2 A (Canada and Page 13 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 14. Internet Aids for Research, Continued some Louisiana), Colonies D 2 C (Canada only), Colonies E (Canada and Louisiana only), Colonies F1 (Canada and some Louisiana), Marine C 2 (Canada and some Louisiana), and Marine C 7 (Canada and some Louisiana). All of the previous is also online, although looking at it requires some non-intuitive approaches. They will answre -emails quickly and courteously. _____ = known incomplete microfilming, i.e., they didn ot microfilm all the pages. Archives Nationales du Québec, http://www.anq.gouv.qc.ca The repository of all records in the province of Québec, this site is in French with English mirror. For photocopies, it’s best to write to the Fédération des familles-souches for 25¢ (Canadian)/page photocopies which is like 15¢ in real money. Books Published: 1. McCarley, Marion, S.C., comp., French Superior Council Records of Louisiana: 1717– 1763, An Index to Abstracts in the Louisiana Historical Quarterly, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2002. 2. Hoffman, Prof. Paul E. and Robert de Berardinis. Program and Syllabus for the C.M. McGee Memorial Seminar Celebrating the Purchase of The Cuban Papers for Clayton Library by Clayton Library Friends Funded Primarily by the William A. and Madeline Welder Smith Foundation: Saturday, September 27, 2003, Julia Ideson Auditorium, 500 McKinney, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2003. 3. de Berardinis, Robert. Filling in the Picture: Using Historical & Electronic Sources for Genealogy. CD-ROM. Humble, Tex.: Humble Area Genealogical Society, 2004. 4. de Berardinis, Robert. Listes civiles et militaires de l’île française de Saint-Christophe dans les Antilles, 1665–1702 Civil and Military Records of the French Island of St. Christopher in the Caribbean, 1665–1702. French-English edition; Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2006. 5. [Texas State Archives]. The Guide and Index to the Texas Confederate Audited Civil and Military Claims, 1861–1865, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 2008. 6. de Berardinis, Robert and [Texas State Archives]. Guide and Index to Texas Confederate Pension Application and Payment Records, 1899–1979. 2 vols., edited by Robert de Berardinis. Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 2008. 7. de Berardinis, Robert. Guide and Indexes to the Conserved and Microfilmed Harris County, Texas Records of Oaths and Allegiance, Declarations of Intent, and Final Naturalizations, 1886–1906. Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 2008. 8. [Texas General Land Office]. Guide and Index to the Republic of Texas Donation Voucher Files, 1879–1887, and Confederate Scrip Voucher Files, 1881–1883, in the Texas General Land Office, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 2008. 9. Black, Anthony and [Texas State Archives]. Guide and Index to the Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836–1935, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 2008. Finding Aids for Clayton Library, Houston, Texas 10. [Texas State Archives]. The Clayton Library Friends Guide to the Election Registers, 1836–1980, and Executive Record Books, 1835–1917, of the Republic and State of Texas, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. Page 14 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 15. 11. [Beinecke Library of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Yale University]. Finding Aid to the Henry Raup Wagner Collection of Manuscripts from the Yale University Collection of Western Americana, edited and indexed by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 12. [Florida State Library and Archives]. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to the Filmed Portion of the Various Land Claims of Florida, 1763–1849, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. 13. Marmette, Joseph. The Reprint of Marmette’s Guide to the Correspondence of Acadia, Colonies C 11 D 1–10, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Reprint; [Library and Archives of Canada], 1887; Houston: Teckel Press, 2006. 14. Marmette, Joseph. The Reprint of Marmette’s Guide to the General Correspondence of Canceau, Gaspé, Île Madame, Île Royale, Île St-Jean, Explorations, and Concessions: Colonies C 11 B 1–38, C 11 C 8–10, and C 11 E 1–16, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Reprint; [Library and Archives of Canada], 1887; Houston: Teckel Press, 2006. 15. Richard, Edouard The Reprint of Richard’s Calendar and Index to Colonies B. 3 vols, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Reprint; [Library and Archives of Canada], 1906; Houston: Teckel Press, 2006, Vol. 1: (Calendar Only) Colonies B 1–42; Vol. 2: (Calendar and Index) Colonies B 42 bis–74; and Vol. 3: (Calendar and Index) Colonies B 75–189. 16. Terán, Concepción Álvarez, and Robert de Berardinis; Castillo, Edward M., Robert de Berardinis, and Oscar Ramirez, translators. La Guía de las Hojas de Servicios, 1786– 1800, de las Provincias de la Nueva España y las Floridas y Luisiana del Archivo General de Simancas/The Guide to Military Service Records, 1786–1800, of the Provinces of New Spain & Florida and Louisiana from the Archivo General de Simancas, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Teckel Press, 2006. (Spanish-English dual language) 17. Dunn, William E. and Charles H. Cunningham. The Dunn & Cunningham Typescripts: The Audiencia de Mexico and the Audiencia de Guadalajara from the Texas State Archives. 153 vols, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2006. (Spanish language) 18. [Texas State Archives]. The CLF Guide to the Dunn & Cunningham Typescripts of the Audiencia de México and Audiencia de Guadalajara in the Texas State Archives Edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2006. (Spanish language) 19. De Arman Fite, Patricia, comp., and Robert de Berardinis with Judy Baker. The Guide to the Registers & Records of the Crowell-Gifford Funeral Home of Port Arthur, Texas, 1900–15, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Teckel Press, 2006. 20. de Berardinis, Robert. Guide and Indexes to the Conserved & Microfilmed Harris County Records of Oaths and Allegiance, Declarations of Intent, & Final Naturalizations, 1886– 1906. Houston: Teckel Press, 2006. 21. Black, Anthony, Robert de Berardinis, and TSLAC Staff. Guide and Index to the Texas Confederate Pension Application Records and Mortuary Payments, 1899–1979. 2 vols, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Teckel Press, 2006. Finding aids to the Preserving Texas Series (Texas Records Microfilming Project) 18. Schaadt, Robert, comp. The Calendar of the Atascosito Archives, 1826–1836, edited by Robert de Berardinis Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 19. [Texas General Land Office]. The Official Clayton Library Friends Index and Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Republic of Texas Donation Voucher Files, 1879–1887, and Page 15 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 16. Confederate Scrip Voucher Files, 1881–1883, in the Texas General Land Office, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 20. Beck, Paul, Anthony Black, Jean Carefoot, & Connie Hoxie. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Microfilmed Texas Civil Records, 1826–1868, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 21. Black, Anthony, Jean Carefoot, and the Texas General Land Office. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Microfilmed Texas Military Records, 1835–1861, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 22. Black, Anthony, Jean Carefoot, and the Texas General Land Office. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Microfilmed Texas Military Records, 1855–1866, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 23. [Texas State Library and Archives Commission]. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Indigent Texas Confederate Families, 1863–65, Indexed by Surname, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 24. [Texas State Library and Archives Commission]. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Indigent Texas Confederate Families, 1863–65, Indexed by County, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 25. Black, Anthony and Robert de Berardinis. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Microfilmed Texas Military Records, 1865–1877, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. 26. [Texas State Library and Archives Commission]. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide and Index to the Texas Confederate Audited Civil and Military Claims, 1861–65, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2004. 27. Calhoun, Joyce, Lisa Meisch, and Lynda Young. The Official CLF Guide to the Microfilm of the William M. Logan Papers, 1830–52, and the Logan Family Papers, 1836–1973, edited and Indexed by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. 28. Wilson, Elizabeth, and Karen Ladd Acker, CGRS, comp., The Official CLF Guide to the Birth and Death Registers, 1948–61, of the Wright Clinic & Hospital of Houston, Births: Jan.1948 – Mar. 1961, Deaths: Jan. 1948 – Nov. 1960, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. 29. Calhoun, Joyce, transcr., The Official CLF Guide to the CD & Microfilm of the Typed Transcriptions of the Liberty, Texas Trustee Minutes, 2 Vols, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005, Volume I: Nov. 11, 1843–Dec. 17, 1859. 30. Pickett, Ben, transcr., The Official CLF Guide to the CD & Microfilm of the Typed Transcriptions of the Liberty, Texas Trustee Minutes, 2 Vols, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005, Volume II: Jan. 20, 1860–Sept. 25, 1882. 31. Black, Anthony, and TSLAC Staff. The Official CLF Guide and Index to the Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836–1935, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. 32. Black, Anthony, Jean Carefoot, Robert de Berardinis, Lisa M. Hendricks, and the Texas General Land Office. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Microfilmed Texas Military Records, 1855–1866, edited by Robert de Berardinis. revised edition; Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. Page 16 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 17. 33. Beck, Paul, Anthony Black, Jean Carefoot, Robert de Berardinis, & Connie Hoxie. The Official Clayton Library Friends Guide to Microfilmed Texas Civil Records, 1826–83, edited by Robert de Berardinis. Houston: Clayton Library Friends, 2005. Book Prefaces and Introductions 1. Robert de Berardinis, introduction to The East Coast of Acadia in 1708 by Winston De Ville, FASG, ed. and trans. (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 1999). 2. Robert de Berardinis, introduction in Acts of the French Royal Administration Concerning Canada, Guiana, the West Indies, and Louisiana, prior to 1791 by Lawrence C. Wroth and Gertrude L. Annan, ed. and comp.; reprint ed., Winston De Ville, FASG (1930, reprint; Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 1999). 3. Robert de Berardinis, preface to History of Education in Louisiana, by Edwin Whitfield Fay, PhD (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 1999, reprint of Circular of Information No. 1, 1898, U.S. Bureau of Education, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1898). 4. Mary Fay, C.G., F.A.S.G., Donald E. Pusch, and Robert de Berardinis, preface to Dowell Lafleur, Winston De Ville: An Annotated Bibliography of Genealogical & Other Writings, 1959-1999 (Lafayette, La.: Provincial Press, 2000). 5. Robert de Berardinis, introduction to Winston De Ville, The French Military on the Mississippi Valley and on the Gulf Coast : 1692–1776 (1965 reprint, Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press 2000). 6. Robert de Berardinis, preface to French Military in the Mississippi Valley and on the Gulf Coast, 1720-1770 translated and edited by Winston De Ville (1965, reprint; Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 2001). 7. Robert de Berardinis, preface to Ruth Lapham Butler, The Louisiana Journal of Paul du Ru in the Year 1700 (1934, reprint; Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2003). 8. Robert de Berardinis, “On Saint-Domingue Genealogy,” in Winston De Ville, FASG, and Dowell Lafleur, Memoires of Marie Amélie Bastide Dauban de Cambon de Domingon de Bretées: France, Saint Domingue, Jamaïca, Louisiana (Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2003). 9. Robert de Berardinis, introduction to Winston De Ville, FASG, Bellevue Stud: A Case of Libel for the History of the Richard Family in Ante-Bellum Louisiana (Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2003). 10. Robert de Berardinis, preface to Winston De Ville, FASG, Marriage Contracts of Colonial Louisiana, 1736–1803, Rev. Donald Hébert, ed. (Rayne, La.: Hébert Publications, 2003). 11. Robert de Berardinis, “Comments on Acadian Research” to Winston De Ville, FASG. Cajuns” and Neo-ethnicity: Concerns of an Acadian-American Genealogist (Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2004). National Journal Articles Published: 1. Robert de Berardinis, “Pre-Revolutionary French Marriage Evidences: A Durel-Le Brun Example,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 88, no. 2, (June 2000), pp. 87– 110. 2. Robert de Berardinis, “Call Names, Dits, Frenchifications, Noms de Guerre, Particles, Patronymics, Phonetics, Surname Compunds, and Translations! Intercultural Name Changes in America, as Illustrated by the Offspring of Marie Catherine Horn,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 90, no. 1 (March 2002), pp. 37–64. Page 17 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 18. 3. Robert de Berardinis, “ ‘Madame X’: Virginie Amélie ‘Mimi’ Avegno (Mme. Gautreau) and a Family Note to Art Hitsory,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 90, no. 1 (March 2002), pp. 65–68. 4. Robert de Berardinis, “Preserving Old Texas Records,” NGS Newsmagazine, vol. 34, no. 4 (October-December 2008), pp. 15–16. 5. Robert de Berardinis, “Navigating the Cuban Papers,” The NGS Newsmagazine, vol. 35, no. 1 (January-March 2009). [Accepted for publication]. National Articles Published, non-Journal: 6. Robert de Berardinis, introduction to “The Bermudez Manuscript,” translated and compiled by Winston De Ville, F.A.S.G., in Mississippi Valley Mélange, Vol. III, ed. by Winston De Ville, FASG (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 1999), pp. 1–6. 7. Robert de Berardinis, “The Order of St. Louis,” Mississippi Valley Mélange, vol. IV, Winston De Ville, FASG, and Don Pusch, eds. (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 2000), pp. 14–23. 8. Robert de Berardinis, trans., and introduction to “Naval Officers of the Company of the Indies in 1768: A 1769 List from the French Archives,” by Barbara Allemand in Mississippi Valley Mélange, vol. IV, Winston De Ville, FASG, and Don Pusch, eds. (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 2000), pp. 44–59. 9. Robert de Berardinis, “Bienville’s Cadets” Mississippi Valley Mélange, vol. IV, Winston De Ville, FASG, and Don Pusch, eds. (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 2000), pp. 1– 13. 10. Robert de Berardinis, trans., “French Troops in the Province of Louisiana: A Roster Dated 29 August 1758,” Mississippi Valley Mélange, vol. IV, Winston De Ville, FASG, and Don Pusch, eds. (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 2000), pp. 29–43. 11. Robert de Berardinis, “On Obtaining French Military Service Records,” Mississippi Valley Mélange, vol. IV, Winston De Ville, FASG, and Don Pusch, eds. (Ville Platte, LA: Provincial Press, 2000), pp. 60–4. State and Regional Journals Articles Published: 12. Robert de Berardinis, “French Archives Finding Aids,” in The CLF Newsletter (Clayton Library Friends), vol. 13, no. 3, August, 1999. 13. Robert de Berardinis, “Laws of the King,” The CLF Newsletter (Clayton Library Friends), vol. 13, no. 3, August, 1999. 14. Robert de Berardinis, “The WebPAC Electronic Catalog System: A new tool for library research,” The CLF Newsletter (Clayton Library Friends), vol. 13, no. 4, (November 1999). 15. Robert de Berardinis, “1762 Pay Book of French Troops in Illinois,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Illinois State Genealogical Society), vol. 31, no. 4, (winter 1999), pp. 235–42. 16. Robert de Berardinis, “Using WorldCat and Inter-Library Loan for Genealogical Research,” The CLF Newsletter (Clayton Library Friends), vol. 14, no. 1, (February 2000). 17. Robert de Berardinis, “Replacement Troops in Illinois, 1759,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Illinois State Genealogical Society), vol. 32, no. 1, (spring 2000), pp. 4–8. Page 18 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 19. 18. Robert de Berardinis, “Commander of the Illinois Militia,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Illinois State Genealogical Society), vol. 32, no. 1, (spring 2000), p. 3. 19. Robert de Berardinis, “Natchitoches in 1759,” The Natchitoches Genealogist, vol. 25, no. 1 (April 2000), pp. 1–5. 20. Robert de Berardinis, “Houston Public Library Online Databases: Saving Time with PERSI, Part One,” Clayton Library Friends Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 2, (May 2000). 21. Robert de Berardinis, “Natchez 1759 Pay List” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 7, no. 4, (Summer 2000), pp. 181–5. 22. Robert de Berardinis, “Kerlérec’s Recommendations for Promotion,” Louisiana Genealogical Register, vol. 47, no. 2 (June 2000), pp. 23–30. 23. Robert de Berardinis, “December 1757 Muster Roll of the French Troops in Illinois” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Illinois State Genealogical Society), vol. 32, no. 2, (summer 2000), pp. 74–83. 24. Robert de Berardinis, “Library of Congress Online,” Clayton Library Friends Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 3, (August 2000). 25. Robert de Berardinis, “Houston Public Library Databases Online: Part 2, Using GaleNet,” Clayton Library Friends Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 3, (August 2000). 26. Robert de Berardinis and Marilou Gardner Sanders, “The Family Bible Record of James H. Ligon of Halifax Co., Va., and Wilson Co., Tenn. and Its Provenance,” The Virginia Genealogist, vol. 44, no. 3 (July-September 2000), pp. 228–33. 27. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1732 French Census of Illinois,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 32, no. 3 (fall 2000), pp. 155–64. 28. Robert de Berardinis, “Natchez in 1758,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 8, no. 1 (fall 2000), pp. 5–11. 29. Robert de Berardinis, “The Natchitoches Garrison 1755-1759,” The Natchitoches Genealogist, vol. 25, no. 2 (October 2000), pp. 1–28. 30. Robert de Berardinis and Marilou Gardner, “The Alloway-Gardner Bible and Its Provenance,” Middle Tennessee Journal of Genealogy and History, vol. 14, no. 2 (fall 2000), pp.72–3. 31. Robert de Berardinis, “Keys to the Repertory: Unlocking the French-Canadian Records of 17th & 18th Century Québec,” Clayton Library Friends Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 4, (November 2000). 32. Robert de Berardinis, “HPL Databases On-line: Part 3, Using the OCLC Basic and Advanced Searches for Genealogy,” Clayton Library Friends Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 4, (November 2000). 33. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1752 French Census of Illinois,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 32, no. 4 (winter 2000), pp. 195–203. 34. Robert de Berardinis, “1759 Alabama Officers, Officials, and Troops,” Alabama Genealogical Society Magazine, vol. 32 (fall/winter 2000), pp. 35–46. 35. Robert de Berardinis, “Filling in the Picture—Using Historical Sources for Genealogy: The Ancestry and Family of ZacharieA Drapeau of Canada and Louisiana,” Louisiana Genealogical Register, vol. 47, no. 4 (December 2000), pp. 27–48. 36. Robert de Berardinis, “A Primer for Archival Research of the Illinois French: The 1764 and 1765 Muster Rolls of French Troops in Illinois,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 1 (spring 2001), pp. 15–46. Page 19 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 20. 37. Robert de Berardinis, “French Archival Research, Part I: The Colonial Military, A Case Study Using Selected Natchitoches Records-the 1750 Enlisted Men’s Bonus and the 1754 Natchitoches Officer’s Promotions,” The Natchitoches Genealogist, vol. 26, no. 1 (April 2001), pp. 1–5. 38. Robert de Berardinis, “Natchez Enlisted Men’s Pay List, 1760” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 8 no. 3 (spring 2001), pp. 107–11. 39. Robert de Berardinis, “French Troops in the Mississippi Valley, 1752,” Louisiana Genealogical Register, vol. 48, no. 1 (March 2001), pp. 43–9. 40. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1723–1724 État-civil of Kaskaskia,” The Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 2 (summer 2001), pp. 68–75. 41. Robert de Berardinis, “1723 Natchez Census” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 8, no. 4 (summer 2001), pp. 181–6. 42. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée 1759 Pay Lists,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 9, no. 1 (fall 2001), pp. 3–9. 43. Robert de Berardinis, “Using Historical Sources in Genealogy: September 1752 Muster Rolls of French Troops in Illinois,” Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 3 (fall 2001), pp. 155–71. 44. Robert de Berardinis, “1796 List of Delinquent Natchitoches Taxpayers,” The Natchitoches Genealogist, vol. 27, no. 2 (October 2001), pp. 1–5. 45. Robert de Berardinis, “Tables of the 1757 Muster Rolls of the French Troops in Illinois, Part I,” Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 4 (winter 2001), pp. 211–17. 46. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée Muster Rolls for January through June 1757,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 9, no. 2 (winter 2001), pp. 63–8. 47. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1757 Ft. Tombigbee Muster Rolls and Enlisted Pay,” Alabama Genealogical Society Magazine, vol. 33 (fall/winter 2001), pp. 35–40. 48. Robert de Berardinis, “List of Civilian Employees Who Are Serving in Louisiana, 1733,” Louisiana Genealogical Register, vol. 48, no. 4 (December 2001), pp. 360–3. 49. Robert de Berardinis, “Tables of the 1757 Muster Rolls of the French Troops in Illinois, Part II,” Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 1 (spring 2002), pp..33–40. 50. Robert de Berardinis, “Is Mme. Piedvert also Mme. Frédéric?,” The Natchitoches Genealogist, vol. 28, no. 1 (April 2002), pp. 1–4. 51. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée Muster Rolls for July through December 1757,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 9, no. 3 (spring 2002), pp. 127–30. 52. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1726 Census of Illinois,” Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 2 (summer 2002), pp. 70–8. 53. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée Enlisted Pay and Muster Rolls for January through June 1760,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 9, no. 4 (summer 2002), pp. 183–7. 54. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée Enlisted Pay and Muster Rolls for July through December 1760,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 10, no. 1 (fall 2002), pp. 21–7. 55. Robert de Berardinis, “Commis, Brevets, and Employés: Minor French Colonial Civilian Employees of the 1730s,” Louisiana Genealogical Register, vol. 49, no. 3 (September 2002), pp. 283–92. 56. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1723 French Census of Illinois,” Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 3 (fall 2002), pp. 164–8. Page 20 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 21. 57. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée Enlisted Pay and Muster Rolls for January through June 1764,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 10, no. 2 (winter 2002), pp. 65–71. 58. Robert de Berardinis, “The État-Civil of Fort Chartres,” Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 4 (winter 2002), pp. 215–24. 59. Robert de Berardinis, “Making Assumptions: Is That All There Is?” Louisiana Genealogical Register, vol. 50, no. 1 (March 2003), pp. 79–85, 59. 60. Robert de Berardinis, “Pointe Coupée Enlisted Pay and Muster Rolls for July through November 1764 and the August 1765 Muster Roll,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 10, no. 3 (spring 2003), pp. 133–36. 61. Robert de Berardinis, “Comments on Acadian Research,” in Winston De Ville, FASG, “Cajuns” and Neo-Ethnicity (Ville Platte, La.: Provincial Press, 2003). 62. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1726 French Census of Natchez and Vicksburg,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 10, no. 4 (summer 2003), pp. 187–96. 63. Robert de Berardinis, “Marie Barbé Toups, Mme. Antoine Vascocu, The “Missing” Child of Marie Catherine Horn,” The Natchitoches Genealogist, vol. 29, no. 1 (April, 2003), pp. 35–41. 64. Robert de Berardinis, “The 1726 French Census of Pointe Coupée, Tunica, and Black River,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 11, no. 1 (fall 2003), pp. 35–7. 65. Robert de Berardinis, “Texas Border Crossings Now on Record,” Hispanic Genealogical Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (2003), pp. 16–19. 66. Robert de Berardinis, “Assignment of Missionary Priests, 1724,” Mississippi River Routes, vol. 11, no. 2 (winter 2003), pp. 79–80. 67. Robert de Berardinis, “Colonization Records of German Immigrants & Ship Passenger Lists,” The Journal of the German-Texan Heritage Society, vol. 25, no. 4 (winter 2003), pp. 320–6. 68. Robert de Berardinis, “Archives of the World: Clayton Library Center,” Genealogical Journal (Utah Genealogical Association), vol. 32, no. 3 (2004), pp. 124–33. 69. Robert de Berardinis, “Nacogdoches Archives Now Complete: More Old Texas Records Microfilmed,” Hispanic Genealogical Journal, vol. 22, no. 1 (2004), pp. 9–18. 70. Robert de Berardinis, “Tensas 1785,” West Florida Society Newsletter, vol. 13, no. 1 (2007), pp. 4–5. 71. Robert de Berardinis, “Some Corrections about the Texas Birth and Death Records,” The Genealogical Record (Houston Genealogical Forum), vol. 49, nos. 3 & 4 (2007), pp. 63– 66. 72. Robert de Berardinis, “Correcting Some Myths about Texas Birth and Death Records,” Stirpes (Texas State Genealogical Society), vol. 48, no. 3 (2008). 73. Robert de Berardinis, “A Primer on Texas Confederate Research,” The Genealogical Record (Houston Genealogical Forum), vol. 50, nos. 1 & 2 (2008). Microfilm Titles Selected and Edited by Robert de Berardinis: Texas State Library and Archives Commission 1. The Nacogdoches Archives, Boxes 49 and 50, Boxes 49 and 50, The Nacogdoches Archives. 2. Index to Memorials and Petitions of the Republic & State of Texas, 1836–1937 (Texas Congress and Legislature), “Memorials & Petitions Card File,” Texas Legislature. 3. Records Relating to Colonization, 1826–1873 (Secretary of State), Records Relating to Colonization, Texas Office of the Secretary of State, Republic of Texas. Page 21 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 22. 4. Index to Texas Colonists, 1835–1846, “Colonists Index Card File” (Secretary of State), Colonists Index Card File, Texas Office of the Secretary of State, Republic of Texas. 5. Passports Issued by the Department of State, Republic of Texas, 1836–1845, 1858 (Secretary of State), Passports Issued by the Department of State, Texas Office of the Secretary of State, Republic of Texas. 6. Bonds and Oaths of Republic and County Officers of Texas, 1837–1844 (Secretary of State), Bonds and Oaths of Republic and County Officers, Texas Office of the Secretary of State, Republic of Texas. 7. Passenger Lists for Ships Arriving in Texas, 1835–1846, from the Customs House Records, Texas Treasurer, & Colonization Records, Texas Secretary of State, Customs House Records, Texas Office of the Treasurer, or Colonization Records, Texas Office of the Secretary of State, Republic of Texas. 8. Index to Passenger Lists for Ships Arriving in Texas, 1836–1846, From the Customs House Records, Texas Treasurer, & Colonization Records, Texas Secretary of State, Passenger List Index Card File, Customs House Records, Texas Office of the Treasurer, or Colonization Records, Texas Office of the Secretary of State, Republic of Texas. 9. Civil War Register of Military Vouchers and Warrants, 1862–1865 (Treasurer), Register of Military Vouchers and Warrants (and Civil Warrants Drawn on Military Appropriations), 1862–65, Texas Office of the Treasurer. 10. Naturalization Declarations of Intent, 1855 and 1867–1869, (Texas Supreme Court, Galveston Term), Naturalization Declarations of Intent, Galveston Term, Texas Supreme Court. 11. Warrant Registers/Memoranda of Drafts, (Republic of Texas), 1836–1846 (Comptroller), Warrant Registers/Memoranda of Drafts (Republic of Texas), Warrant Registers, Texas Comptroller's Office. 12. Registers and Indexes of Republic of Texas Public Debt Claims, 1848–1861 (Comptroller), Registers and Indexes of Republic of Texas Public Debt Claims, 1848–61, Texas Comptroller's Office. 13. Indigent Confederate Families, 1863–1865 (Comptroller), Confederate Indigent Families Lists, Records, Texas Comptroller's Office. 14. Texas General Warrant Registers and Their Index, 1846–1885 (Comptroller), General Warrant Registers, Texas Comptroller's Office. 15. Texas Confederate Mortuary Warrant Registers, 1917–1966 (Comptroller), Confederate Pension Payments Records, Texas Comptroller's Office Claims Records. 16. Confederate Pension Application Records, 1899–1979 (Comptroller), Confederate Pension Application Records, Texas Comptroller's Office Claims Records. 17. Special Appropriations Ledgers for the Frontier Defense of Texas, 1861–1865, 1879 (Comptroller), Special Appropriations Ledgers: Other, Appropriations Ledgers, Records, Texas Comptroller's Office. 18. Military Rolls of the Republic of Texas, 1835–1846 (Adjutant General), Texas Revolution Military Rolls, U.S. Volunteers Military Rolls, Texas Army Military Rolls, Republic of Texas Militia Military Rolls, Minutemen Military Rolls, Campaigns of 1842 Military Rolls, and Republic of Texas Navy Military Rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 19. Index to the Military Rolls of the Navy of the Republic of Texas, 1835–1846 “Index by Sailor’s Name” (Adjutant General), Navy Muster Rolls Name Index Card File, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Page 22 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 23. 20. Index to the Military Rolls of the Navy of the Republic of Texas, 1835–1846 “Index by Ship’s Name” (Adjutant General), Navy Muster Rolls Names by Ship Card File, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 21. Republic of Texas Army Papers, 1835–1846 (Adjutant General), Army Papers, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 22. Republic of Texas Navy Papers, 1835–1847 (Adjutant General), Navy Papers, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 23. Index to Civil War Military Rolls by Organizational Units, “Battalion, Regiment, Brigade File” (Adjutant General), Index to Civil War Military Rolls by Organizational Units Card File, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 24. Civil War Correspondence of the Texas Adjutant General, 1861–1865 (Adjutant General), Departmental Correspondence, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 25. Military Records of Texas Reconstruction, 1865–1870 (5th Military District/District of Texas) (Adjutant General), Reconstruction Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 26. Records of the Texas State Guard and Reserve Militia, 1870–1874 (Adjutant General), State Guard and Reserve Militia Records, Reconstruction Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 27. Records of the Texas State Police During Reconstruction, 1870–1873 (Adjutant General), State Police Records, Reconstruction Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 28. Records of the Frontier Forces of the State of Texas, 1870–1874 (Adjutant General), Frontier Forces Records, Reconstruction Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 29. Military Rolls of the Texas State Police, 1870–1873 (Adjutant General), State Police Military Rolls, Military Rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 30. Military Rolls of the State Guard, Provisional Troops, Militia, and Texas Rangers, 1870– 1877 (Adjutant General), State Guard, Provisional Troops, and Militia Records, Reconstruction Records; and Texas Rangers Records, Ranger Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 31. Military Rolls of the Frontier Forces of Texas, 1870–1874 (Adjutant General), Frontier Forces Military Rolls, Reconstruction Military Rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 32. Index and Register of the State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, 1870–1873 (Adjutant General), State Guard Military Rolls, Reserve Militia Military Rolls, and Frontier Forces Military Rolls, Reconstruction Military Rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 33. General Orders of the Texas Adjutant General, 1870–1912 (Adjutant General), Reconstruction Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 34. Special Orders of the Texas Adjutant General, 1870–1897 (Adjutant General), Reconstruction Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 35. Index to the Registers of Letters Received by the Texas Adjutant General, 1870–1883 (Adjutant General), Indexes to Letters Received, Adjutant General’s Correspondence, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 36. Registers of Letters Received by the Texas Adjutant General, 1870–1883 (Adjutant General), Registers of Letters Received, Adjutant General’s Correspondence, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 37. Correspondence of the Texas Adjutant General, 1846–1861 (Adjutant General), Adjutant General’s Correspondence, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Page 23 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 24. 38. Reconstruction Correspondence of the Texas Adjutant General, 1865–1877 (Adjutant General), Adjutant General’s Correspondence, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 39. Early Modern Correspondence of the Texas Adjutant General, 1877–1883 (Adjutant General), Adjutant General’s Correspondence, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 40. Index to Texas Rangers, 1836–1880 “Texas Ranger Rolls Card File” (Adjutant General), Texas Ranger Roll Card File, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 41. Records of the Texas Rangers of the Republic of Texas, 1839–1846 (Adjutant General), Republic Ranger Records, Ranger Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 42. Ante Bellum Records of the Texas Rangers, 1846–1861 (Adjutant General), Pre–Civil War Ranger Records, Ranger records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 43. Ante Bellum Military Rolls of the Texas Rangers, 1846–1861 (Adjutant General), Ranger Rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 44. Texas Minute Men Records During Reconstruction, 1865–1877 (Adjutant General), Parker and Wise County Minute Men Records, 1865–1866, and Minute Men Records, 1872–1877, Ranger Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. 45. Military Rolls and Records of the Texas Special State Troops and Texas Special Force, 1874–1881 (Adjutant General), Special State Troops/Special Force Military Rolls, Ranger Rolls, and Special State Troops/Special Force Records, Ranger Records, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Texas State Court of Appeals, 1st District 46. General Indexes, 1892–1970, of the Texas Court of Appeals, 1st District, Houston (Court of Civil Appeals, Galveston), Docket Books (both Appellant-Appellee and Appellee- Appellant) of the Texas State Court of Appeals, 1st District. 47. Writs of Error and Execution of the Texas Court of Appeals, 1st District, Houston, 1893– 1992, with Miscellaneous Papers (Court of Civil Appeals, Galveston), Writs of the Texas State Circuit Court of Appeals, 1st District. Sam Houston Regional Library 48. Hardin Papers, I. Atascosito District Archives [Municipality of Liberty Archives] March 4, 1826–March 1836, Hardin Papers, I. Atascosito District Archives, 1826–1833, Boxes 1–3. 49. The William M. Logan Papers, 1830–1852, & the Logan Family Papers, 1836–1973, The William M. Logan Papers, 1830–1852, and the Logan Family Papers, 1836–1973. 50. The Typed Transcriptions of the Liberty, Texas Trustee Minutes, 1843–1883, Liberty City Trustees Minutes, 1843–83, Transcripts, 1843–1859, and Transcripts, 1860–1882. 51. The Minutes of the Trustees of the City of Liberty, Texas, 1843–1883, Liberty City Trustee Minutes, 1843–1883. 52. The Jefferson County, Texas Registers of Filed Instruments, 1846–1858, County Clerk’s Register of Instruments Filed for Record, Volumes B–D, Jefferson County. 53. Public Records from Jefferson County, Texas, 1838–1893 • Marks & Brands Records, 1838–1849, 1849–1866, Marks & Brands Records, 1838– 1849, Marks & Brands Records, 1849–1866, Jefferson County, • Power of Attorney Record, 1838–1840, Power of Attorney Record, 1838–1840, Jefferson County, • Commissioners’ Court Minutes, 1838–1840, 1840–1841, Minutes Commissioners’ Court Original, Volume A–2, 1840–1841, Jefferson County, Minutes Commissioners’ Court Original, Volume B–2, 1840–1841, Jefferson County, Page 24 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 25. • Muster Roll of Reserve Militia, 1870, Muster Roll of Reserve Militia, 1870, Jefferson County, • “Transcribed” Minutes, 1838–1840, Minutes Commissioners’ Court, “First Transcribed, A–Z,” 1838–1840, Jefferson County, and • Scholastic Censuses, 1892, 1893, Scholastic Census, 1892, Jefferson County and Scholastic Census, 1893, Jefferson County. 54. The Orange County, Texas Assessor’s Abstract Book, 1835–1901, Orange County Tax Assessor–Collector Assessor’s Abstract Book, 1835–1901. 55. Public Records from Polk County, Texas, 1849–1892 • Register of Separate Property of Married Women, 1849–1872, Register of Separate Property of Married Women, 1849–1872, Polk County, • W. J. Knight Store Ledger, 1850–1852 (in Swartout), W. J. Knight Store Ledger, 1850– 1852 (in Swartout), Polk County, • W. J. Knight Fee Book, 1853–1855 (for Polk County), W. J. Knight Fee Book, 1853– 1855 (for Polk County), Polk County, and • Scholastic Census, 1859, 1892, Scholastic Census, 1859, Polk County, Scholastic Census 1892, Polk County. 56. The Day Book of L.B. Wood in Moscow, Texas, 1859–1862 (Polk County), L. B. Wood Day Book in Moscow, 1859–1862, Polk County. Texas General Land Office 57. The Republic of Texas Donation Voucher Files, 1879-1887, Republic of Texas Donation Vouchers, 1879–1887. 58. Confederate Scrip Voucher Files, 1881–1883, Confederate Scrip Vouchers, 1881–1883. Harris County Clerk’s Office 49. Mexican Land Grants and Deeds of Harris County, Texas, 1829–1843, Original Deed Record, Volume B, Deed Record, Volume B (Original). 50. “Alamo Defenders” Probates, Harris County, Texas Probate Record, Volume 1, 1836– 1851, Harris County, Texas Probate Record, Volume 1, “Alamo Defenders,”1836–1851. 51. “Goliad” (Victims) Probates, Harris County, Texas Probate Record, Volume 2, 1837– 1851, Harris County, Texas Probate Record, Volume 2, “Goliad” (Victims), 1837–1851. 52. Index to Harris County, Texas Probate Records, 1837–1896, (Index) Probate Records, Volume 1. 53. Volume Indexes to the Probate Minutes of Harris County, Texas, Index to Probate Minutes, Volumes A–M and N–Z. 54. Index to the Probate Minutes of Harris County, 1837–1896, Volume Index to Harris County Probate Minutes, Volumes 1 and 2. 55. Harris County, Texas Probate Minutes, Transcribed, Vols. A–L, Probate Minutes, Transcribed, Volumes A–L (June 3, 1841–May 21, 1885) 56. Harris County, Texas Original Probate Minutes, Vols. M–Z, Probate Minutes, Original, Volumes M–Z (June 1, 1883–Oct. 3, 1896) 57. Old Probate Minutes (Transcribed) of Harris County, Texas, 1838–1841, Old Probate Minutes (Transcribed). 58. Declarations of Intent of Harris County, Texas, 1886–1891, Declarations of Intent, Nov. 1886–Sept. 1891. 59. Oaths of Allegiance and Naturalizations of Harris County, Texas, 1886–1906, Record of Oaths of Allegiance, Vols. 1–3, and Record of Final Naturalization, Vols. 1–3. Page 25 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net
  • 26. 60. Index to Naturalization Records of Harris County District Courts, May 23, 1837–March 5, 1913, Index to Naturalizations, May 23, 1837–March 5, 1891 (Houston: WPA). 61. The Births of Harris County, Texas, 1903–1910: Original Registers of Births, Register of Births, Vols. 1 and 2. 62. The Deaths of Harris County, Texas, 1903–1909: Register of Deaths, Volume 1, Register of Deaths, Volume 1. 63. The Delayed and Corrected Deaths and Births of the City of Houston, 1908–1966, Record of Births, City, Death Records, Delayed & Corrections, 1908–1966 Clayton Library 64. Birth and Death Registers, 1948–61, of the Wright Clinic & Hospital of Houston, Births: Jan.1948–Mar. 1961, Deaths: Jan. 1948–Nov. 1960, Wright Clinic and Hospital Birth Register, January 1948–March 1961 and Wright Clinic and Hospital Death Register, January 1948–November 1960. Ex-libris Paul Pond 65. Registers & Records of the Crowell-Gifford Funeral Home of Port Arthur, Texas, 1900– 1915, Crowell-Gifford Funeral Home Register “May 9, 1900 to July 1, 1907.” Page 26 of 26 • © Robert de Berardinis • Houston, TX 77057 • r-e-deb@sbcglobal.net