Collin County Texas Research
Welcome to the
Collin County Genealogical Society
Collin County, Texas
Three Projects in the works!
Click here to see what we are doing at Bethel Cemetery in Frisco.
Click here to see what we are doing at Old Plano City Cemetery.
If you have anyone in Bethel Cemetery in Frisco TX or Old Plano City Cemetery we need your help.
Click here to see what a boy scout has done at Walnut Grove Cemetery in Prosper.
Murphy School Info
First grade class Frisco TX 1909
A few other misc research pages on our site
If you would like Mutual Links to Collin County Families
please email them to us.
The Lewis Family of Collin County
Rasor Family of Collin County
Stoney Point Cemetery
What is the Collin County Genealogical Society?
The Collin County Genealogical Society was formed to help researchers find their ancestors. Our goals are to provide educational opportunities for our members through the Society Newsletter and Special Classes, to provide knowledgeable speakers for local residents, to support the Haggard Library Genealogy Section and to publish Collin County research material in the Collin Chronicles.
Society Monthly Meetings
Regular Society Meetings are held at 7:00 pm (New Start Time - so we can finish by 9 pm.) on the second Wednesday of every month Sept through June. We meet at the Haggard Library on Coit Road, between Park and Parker Rds. The Genealogy Library collection is in the basement. For more information about the library click here.
How can you reach us?
You can write us at CCGS, PO Box 865052, Plano TX 75086-5052
or email at address listed below.
Membership is $20 per year for an individual.
Society Year runs July to June. Back issues will be sent to late joiners.
Feel free to email us if you want to volunteer to do some transcriptions!
We still have very few hard copy issues of the Chronicles available for some years.
Priority will be given to libraries with missing issues.
All the Chronicle issues (except the last one or two) have been uploaded to the University of North Texas Portals website.
Their ocr reader and software leave a lot to be desired.
Each volume has an index at the end of the last issue.
It is best to check those rather than rely on the advanced search feature.
Contact webmaster for availability of hard copy back issues.
Current members will be able to download the last two issues on our Myfamily.com site.
We also have a master CD containing Volumes 1 through 5 which we can copy for a small fee.
The books by Joyce Martin Murray are still available.
Logan County, Kentucky 1792-1813
Logan County, Kentucky 1813-1819
Hawkins County, Tennessee 1801-1819
Information is in several recent Quarterlies.
CLICK ON ONE OF THESE LINKS TO GENWEB PAGES AND OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION
|GenWeb is a project linking all the States and their counties as a major resource for specific genealogical information.
Roots Web Collin County
This is the official Roots Web Collin County
Genealogy Society website, hosted by Paula Perkins.
Fran's Society Info
The Society newsletter editor has info on joining, links to more sites and some county history
There is also a page at MyFamily.com which is accessed only by members with a password.
Collin County List Page
Another great Collin County site.
North Collin County Genealogical Society
Among other items you can read Queries submitted by other researchers
WANT TO LOOK AT SOME OTHER LOCAL LINKS?
City of Plano Libraries
City of Plano Government Information including Libraries
|Plano Star Courier|
Our Local Newspaper
Collin County Books
Minnie Champs website, books for sale, announcements, etc.