Researching Texas Land and Property Records

Teri E. Flack
Jul 29, 2017
Want to watch the full webinar?
Join now to access all 2,213 webinars and unlock all features.


Play. Playing.
8m 31s
Play. Playing.
Land and Property Records
2m 35s
Play. Playing.
Measuring the Land
5m 07s
Play. Playing.
Transfer of Land
9m 43s
Play. Playing.
Elements of a Deed
3m 20s
Play. Playing.
Deed Indexes
8m 22s
Play. Playing.
Evidence of Property Ownership
2m 22s
Play. Playing.
Anatomy of a Deed
21m 40s
Play. Playing.

About this webinar

From the beginnings of the Republic, Texas used its vast public lands to lure settlers. While land records primarily prove ownership and transfer of real property, they may provide the evidence needed to prove family relationships. Researching Texas land records can identify husbands and wives, identify parents, siblings, and children, establish relatives and relationships, and locate neighbors and neighborhoods. Learn of the wealth of land resources available to Texas researchers.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Teri E. Flack, M.A. (Public History), M.B.A., began her family history quest over 50 years ago when she asked her paternal grandmother to tell her everything she knew about the Flacks and Fenleys. Although she had to be content with researching in
Learn more...


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

1000 characters remaining

Sort by Newest
Sort by Close.
  • Newest
  • Oldest
  • Likes

Related Webinars