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 Magill's Grove
  1. Picture of 4 ladies sitting in tree with 2 children on ground. Names not identified.
  2. Copy of Application Form for Official Texas Historrical Marker for Magill Family Cemetery
  1. History of Mt. Horeb Chapter No. 57, R.A.M., From 1857 to 1957, Located at Mahomet, compiled by Edward White
  2. Copy of Deed dated 21 Feb .1874 for five acres of land given for Mahomet
  3. "Mahomet History" by Mrs. Bill Bryson (1 page). Names mentioned include: George Ater, Wm. G Hall, Fielding Smith.
  4. "Mahomet History" by Mrs. Bill Bryson (4 pages)
  5. "I. Borrowed Names - Mahomet" - Community originally named Sycamore
  6. Copy of group picture of Sycamore School; 2nd page identifies some of group
  7. Copy of group picture titled Mahomet Group.
  8. Dallas News 15 May 1967 and 21 Dec 1963; two articles; "Did Camel Driver Become Postman?" and "No Mohammedans Now in Mahomet" both by Frank X. Tolbert.
  9. Undated Dallas Morning News article entitled "History Shows Arabian Held Position Less Than Month" by Frank X. Tolbert
  10. Dallas News 11 July 1971; "Did Camel Drivers Start Mahomet Town?" by Frank X. Tolbert. Office Site Receives State Marker". 
  11. Part of article by B. H. Stewart dated 2 June 1917 regarding Mt. Horeb Lodge
  12. The Picayune 9 July 2008; "Well met in Mahomet" by Rachel Bryson. 
Mahomet - Historical Marker
  1. Application form for Official Texas Historical Marker for "Mahomet-Sycamore Springs Community"
Mail, Butterfield Overland 
  • "The Handbook of Texas Online - information on Butterfield Overland Mail (2 pgs)
  • "Texas Almanac.com/History" - Texas History Highlights/The Butterfield Overland Mail in Texas (3 pgs)
  • "Butterfield's Stagecoach-DesertUSA, bibliography
  • "SHQ online: Volume 029 Number 1" - gives route of route through Texas.

Map, Burnet, City of
  1. Official map of City of Burnet and Suburbs dated January 6, 1963
  2. Sanborn Map of Burnet 1885.
Map - Burnet County Abstract & Map
  1. Burnet County Map, Jan 1924; school districts noted
  2. ITnet County Map from General Land Office
  3. State Abstracts of Burnet County to August 31, 1941
  4. Treated plat map of Burnet County (several copies)
  5. Section of 1936 road map
Map - Early Maps of Texas
  1. Topographical map of Texas in German
  2. Map of Texas with Parts of Adjoining States dated 1837
Map - Granite Shoals - Streets
  1. Street Map - City of Granite Shoals
  2. Information sheet on Sherwood Shores and Granite Shoals
Map- Genealogical Map of Pennsylvania

Maps, Geologic
  1. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 43 (Geology of the Click Quadrangle, Llano and Blanco Counties)
  2. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 44 (Geology of the Dunman Mountain Quadrangle, Llano, Burnet, and Blanco Counties)
  3. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 45 (Geology of the Cap Mountain Quadrangle, Llano County)
  4. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 46 (Geology of the Howell Mountain Quadrangle, Blanco and Llano Counties)
  5. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 47 (Geology of the Round Mountain Quadrangle, Blanco, Burnet, and Llano Counties)
  6. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 48 (Geology of the Marble Falls Quadrangle, Burnet and Llano Counties)
  7. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 49 (Geology of the Pedernales Falls Quadrangle, Blanco County)
  8. Geologic Quadrangle Map No. 5o (Geology of the Spicewood Quadrangle, Blanco, Burnet, and Travis Counties)
  9. Geologic Atlas of Texas (Llano Sheet)
Map - Hill Country

Map - Misc Burnet County
  1. Burnet County and Llano County including Burnet City, Granite Shoals City, Kingsland City, Llano city, & Marble Falls City
  2. General Highway Map of Burnet County dated 1971
  3. General Highway Map of Burnet County dated 1963
  4. Map of Burnet County, Texas including Burnet, Marble Falls, Bertram, Lake Buchanan,Inks Lake, Lake LBJ, Lake Marble Falls
  5. Soil Interpretative Map of Important Farmlands, Burnet County, dated 1982
  6. Burnet, The City of the Lakes (The Great Recreational Center of Texas
Map - Missionary Map of the World
  1. Unnamed 1968 newspaper article titled "Mahomet P - 
Map - Old Military Road

Map - State of Texas Topographic

Maps - United States History Atlas -  booklet published by maps.com containing 53 separate map pages pertaining to US history.  Examples:  Native American Cultures, The Revolutionary War in the South, The Texas Revolution; Sherman's March; Western Railroads and Cattle Trails, c 1870; Women's Suffrage befor the 19th Amendment; the Dust Bowl, 1935-1940; World Wars I and II; Korean War; Public School Segregation by State, 1954; Vietnam War, 1964-1975; Population changes for various years; Persian Gulf War, 1991; Conflict in Afghanistan, 2001, and many more!

Marble Falls

Marble Falls, Misc.
  1. Marble Falls Historical Points of Interests
  2. Map of Marble Falls dated 23 June 1907
  3. Marble Falls Historic Main Street Walking Map
  4. 125th Commemorative Calendar dated 2012.
  5. Copies of City Ordinances, #'s 5, 6, 9, 4
  6. Copy of Bill of Lease for PO Quarters dated 17 Sep 1920
  7. "Early Days in Marble Falls" from the April 1924 Marble Falls Messenger.
  8. San Antonio Light, "Around The Plaza"  Place described is Blue Bonnet Fishing Camp and the old man is Mr. Brown.
  9. Yellow pad of written information on MF Water Central Improvement Dist. 1, June 8, 1961 to Dec. 1966.
  10. Marble Falls Messenger 3 Mar 1927; "A Trip to Marble Falls"
  11. Burnet Bulletin 7 Aug 1930; "Small Cyclone Hits Marble Falls"
  12. Marble Falls Messenger  undated: "Some Early History of Marble Falls" by H. E. Faubion. Some names mentioned: Robert E. Johnson, J. R. Brown, Frank Grindstaff, Otto Ebeling, T. B. Skaggs, Thos. F. Odiorne, Herbert Tate, Dr. I. J. Dawson,, J. H. Chamberlain
  13. Undated copy of Marble Falls Prospectus: "Marble Falls, The Manufacturing Center of the Southwest" published by Standard Realty Co. Includes poor copies of old Marble Falls pictures. Sections include: 1) Marble Falls, Texas, 2) The Great Falls, 3) Granite Mountain, 4) Factory Building, 5) Cotton Statistics, 6) Other Items in Favor of Cotton Mills at Marble Falls, 7) Railroad Facilities.
  14. Marble Falls Messenger - Rededication Issue; "124 of the Early Settlers of Marble Falls"
  15. Marble Falls Messenger - Rededication Issue  24 May 1962; "Marble Falls Marker to be Rededicated Saturday" with picture of A. R. Johnson standing beside marker.
  16. The American-Statesman 4 Sep 1960; "General's Idea Carried on by Modern Men of Vision" by Glory Posey.
  17. Picture of the Marble Falls Water plant from the Nov. 3, 1960 Marble Falls Messenger
  18. Copy of letter to Thelma, from Margarite Hester, dated 5 June '73
  19. Marble Falls Messenger undated; "Notice of Election"
  20. Marble Falls Messenger 1910; "in the New Post Office"
  21. Marble Falls Messenger 15 Sep 1921; "Floods To Much Damage" "In Two Days 17.55 Inches of Rain Falls in Marble Falls"
  22. Unknown, undated newspaper; "Marble Falls Cut Into Three Islands"
  23. Marble Falls Messenger April 1945; "Some Early History of Marble Falls"
  24. Marble Falls Messenger April 1924; "Early Days in Marble Falls" by S. M. Ussery 3-pg typewritten copy.
  25. Marble Falls Messenger 20 April 1960; "Some Early Facts About Marble Falls"
  26. Marble Falls Messenger 15 Mar 1962; "Found at Last"
  27. Marble Falls Messenger 24 May 1962; Picture of 3 youngsters, Robert Lehnhoff, Mary Alice Full, and Bret Hatfield with Carl Frasier when they found Marble Falls Monument.
  28. The Highlander 26 July 1962; Marble Falls 75th Anniversary Edition. Includes history of Marble Falls College, several floods, many businesses.
  29. Undated picture of City Hall
  30. Copy from unknown book, page titled "1st City Officials of Marble Falll, Tex. Elected June 8, 1907
  31. The Highlander 18 Nov 1971; "1896 Explosion Kills, Maims at Granite Mtn." by Greg Olds. Names mentioned include: G. W. Lacy, W. H. Westfall, N. L. Norton, Lewis Ball, Thomas Darrough, George Darrough, Samuel Peters, Tom Conley, Samuel Peters
  32. The Highlander 29 June 1972; "Looking Back at Burnet County Land" by Frank C. Rigler
  33. The Highlander 10 April 1975; "The Story of Marble Falls, Texas" "A City Laid Out by a Blind Man" by Stella Gipson Polk.
  34. The Highlander 4 Mar 1976; "Marble Falls Named Bicentennial City"
  35. The Highlander 24 June 1976; "When Liveoaks Grew in the Middle of Main Street" "Half a Century in Marble Falls" by Betty MacNabb. Includes picture of Jeannette Jones, and picture of the Marble Falls Mill Company building, the only solid granite school, and Central Christian Church.
  36. The Highlander 24 Mar 1977; "Granite Mountain & Marble Falls Railroad Gazette, Depot Dedication"
  37. The Highlander 8 Sep 1983; "A Little work brings renewal to Main Street" by Maria Kirschner. Includes picture of Dr. Robert and Mary Delaney in front of 1983. 
  38. The Highlander 20 June 1985; "Marble Falls circa 1925" by Betty MacNabb.
  39. Precinct 4 of Marble Falls - handwritten notes from Mrs. Houy
  40. Burnet Bulletin 4 Dec 1986; City crews began repair on Marble Falls sewage treatment plant.
  41. The Highlander 22 Oct 1987; "MF history celebrated"
  42. The Picayune 13 April 1991; "Granite, cotton and other industries in town" by Willie Herbert Miller
  43. The Highlander 2 Dec 1976; "Hill Country Turns Out 1,000 Strong for Bicentennial" by Suzanne Brown
  44. The Picayune 23 Mar 2003; "Remembrances about Main Street Marble Falls" by Willie Herbert Miller.
  45. The Picayune 30 Mar 1993; "Three trees in the middle of the road" by Willie Herbert Miller
  46. The Picayune 6 Apr 1993; "Businesses just off Main Street" by Willie Herbert Miller"
  47. The Highlander 3 Aug 1994; "Old real estate guide worth a grand in gold" by Jim Ogg
  48. Texas Highways July 1998; two articles: 1) "Take It For Granite" by Larry D. Hodge; and 2) Marble Falls: A Lakeside Treasure" by Rosemary Williams.
  49. The Picayune 13 Feb 2002; "The Way It Was/Marble Falls: In the beginning" by Linda Ware.
  50. The Picayune 6 Mar 2002; "The Way It Was/Marble Falls: When cotton was king"
  51. The Picayune 27 Mar 2002; "Early banking in Burnet County" by Linda Ware. 
  52. The Picayune 1 May 2002; "Murder on Main Street" by Linda Ware. Includes picture of Bud Tatum. He hid out with Manley Turner.
  53. The Picayune 17 July 2002; "Marble Falls was last home to Texas Governor O. M. Roberts" by Linda Ware.
  54. The River Cities Tribune 6 Sep 2002; 1) "The Way It Was/Fifty years ago, another disaster happened on 9-11"  "Flood of '52 remembered" by Dale Tucker; 2) "Mother Nature has a mind of her own" by Duane Michel.
  55. The River Cities Tribune 15 Nov 2002; "The Way It Was/Early Marble Falls remembered" - memories of Bill Miller
  56. The River Cities Tribune 2 Feb 2004; "Walgreens coming to Marble Falls
  57. The River Cities Tribune 19 Nov 2004; "Soggy weather brings flooding"
  58. Hill Country magazine, Winter 2004; "Walkway of Lights" by John Hallowell
  59. River Cities Tribune" 15 Apr 2005; "Frank Fickett donates $250,000 for new Texas Tech University campus" by L Odom
  60. The Llano Buzz 27 Sep 2005; "Marble Falls looks into the future, San Antonio-style" by Angela Timmons
  61. The Picayune 23 Nov 2005; "Highland Lakes sculptor molds wonder and splendor by hand" by Daniel Clifton. About Dan Pogue
  62. The River Cities Tribune 9 Dec 2005; "Annexations discussed by City of Marble Falls"
  63. The River Cities Tribune 22 July 2005; "J. M. Huber mines the stuff of life while city looks south" by Shannon Lowry.
  64. Hill Country Magazine Winter 2005; "Exploring the Great Marble Falls. Photos, by John Hallowell, include Liberty Hall, the marble falls, General Johnson in front of the factory, Michel Drug Store, Birdie Harwood, main street
  65. Hill Country Magazine Winter 2005; "Marble Falls and the Granite Mountain" by Jane Knapik.
  66. Lake Country Life 16 Aug 2006; "A landmark beneath the waters" by Kyle Keller
  67. Lake County Life 9-15 May 2007; "Storytellers/Nona Fox"
  68. The Highlander 3 July 2007; "Marble Falls Begins Recovery"
  69. Burnet Bulletin Lake Country Life 28 Mar-3 Apr 2007; "Main Street, Marble Falls" by Angela Timmons.
  70. The Picayune 11 July 2007; "Founder's Day a window on History" by Virginia Beck. 
  71. Undated article from Lake Country Life; "Around a tree" by Angela Timmons; about ancient oak tree in Old Oak Square
  72. Lake Country Life 24 June 2009; "Old electric plant has rocky background" by Dale Fry
  73. The Picayune 13 July 2011; picture of Jane Knapik selling books at annual Founders' Day Celebration.
  74. The Highlander 10 July 2012; picture of new construction of Marble Falls Visitor Center
  75. Lake Country Life; 11-17 July 2012; "Founders Day celebration marks 125 years of community" by Adam Troxtell. Includes pitures of Museum exhibits..
  76. The Highlander 24 July 2012; "Marble Falls' Founders Day 125th festivities a success" - Letter to the Editor from The Falls on the Colorado Museum Board of Directors. Second article
  77. Tle entitled "Limestone king in Marble Falls" by Katie White
  78. The Highlander 4 Dec 2012; "Bridge Awaiting a Plaque" - the pony truss bridge served as one-lane crossing over Double Horn Creek for 73 years before it was moved to Johnson Park.
  79. Highland Lakes Weekly 29 Mar 2013; Front page picture of New Visitor Center in Marble Falls.
  80. 2014 Lake Country Newcomers' Guide - Information on Marble Falls
  81. Highland Lakes Weekly 11 July 2014; "Founders Day July 12 in Marble Falls"
  82. Several undated newspaper articles: 1) "The Way it Was/Marble Falls: When cotton was king" by Linda Ware; 2)A street scene in early Marble Falls; 3) Looking Backward/$25,000 fire in Marble Falls; 4) "Historic Preservation Society sets organizational meeting (Marble Falls Historic Preservation Society)"Marble Falls ice factory; 
  83. Copy of letter from Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce, Highway Paving Committee, proposing the paving of Highway 281.
  84. Copies of photographs: 11 inches of snow (3); Main St & 3rd facing west including Wallace House and Green Bakery;110 lb pumpkin; Marble Falls Buildings
  85. The Highlander 17 Mar 2015; "Old jail to get new look" "Project planned to make Marble Falls Jail a site" by Alexandria Randolph. Includes picture of the old jail
  86. The Picayune  8 July 2015; "Celebrate the story of Marble Falls" - Includes pictures.
  87. The Highlander 10 July 2015; "Marble Falls to Mark Founders Day Saturday."
  88. The Picayune 23 Sep 2015; "Marble Falls community loses two men whose efforts saved many lives" by Jennifer Fierro. About Jerome Davis and Foy Petty, who along with Carol Nunnally Davis Ratliff, are credited with starting the Marble Falls Volunteer EMS.
  89. Highland Lakes Weekly 11 Dec 2015; "Main Street Marble Falls" by John Hallowell. Includes many pictures of old-time Marble Falls.
  90. The Picayune 13 Apr 2016; "Marble Falls history is moving forward" by Connie Swinney. about restoration of house at 911 Seventh St. House was the 1904 original parsonage of First Baptist Church.
  91. The Picayune 15 Feb 2017; "Memorial for skater" - Shane Wenger.
  92. The Picayune 22 Feb 2017; "Man's best friend...and eyes" by Daniel Clifton. About Dona Birkhead helping guide special pups into life of service for the blind.
  93. The Picayune 3 May 2017; "Chick-fil-A look owners to serve community more than chicken" "Alan and Inda Williams want to invest in the future of city's youth."
  94. Highland Lakes Weekly 31 Mar 2017; picture of new  Bealls store
  95. The Picayune 12 Apr 2017; "Spacious new Bealls opens April 6" by Daniel Clifton.
  96. The Picayune 22 Nov 2017; "Johnson Park Veterans Memorial coming together; flags and monuments installed."
  97. Rock & Vine Magazine Winter 2018; "A Slice of  Heaven, Blue Bonnet Cafe serves up local and tourist favorites."

Marble Falls Bridge
  1. Copy of picture "Bridge Old Marble Falls2"
  2. Copy of picture "Bridge, Old Marble Falls"
  3. Copy of picture "Bridge, Old Marble Falls3"
  4. Copy of picture "Bridge Old Marble Falls Flood(1)"
  5. Copy of picture "Bridge Old Marble Falls Flood (2)"
  6. Copy of picture "Bridge, Old Marble Falls Flood (3)"
  7. Copy of picture "Bridge, Old Marble Falls Flood (4)"
  8. Highland Lakes Newspapers undated; "Here today, gone...by 2010"
  9. The Highlander 29 May 2012; "281 bridge work ahead of schedule"
  10. The Picayune 11 July 2012; "The 1951 blasting of city's marble falls was a spectacle for many" by Linda Ware
  11. The Highlander 25 Dec 2012; "281 Bridge Complete; First Car Crosses"
  12. The Highlander 26 Feb 2013; "Public wants meeting over 281 implosion"
  13. The Highlander 1-4 Mar 2013; "Demolition group to meet public"
  14. The Highlander 5 Mar 2013; "Public can ask questions today/Fire marshall OKs explosives permit"
  15. The Highlander 8-11 Mar 2013"Bridge dust sends residents packing"
  16. The Highlander 11 Mar 2013; "Citizens question TxDOT about implosion"
  17. The Highlander 12 Mar 2013; "esidents must manage during bridge implosion"
  18. Burnet Bulletin 13 Mar 2013; "Sunday implosion will end 77 years for the 281 bridge"
  19. Highland Lakes Weekly 15 Mar 2013 & 22 Mar 2013; "Going Down in History!" - implosion of old Marble Falls bridge
  20. The Highlander 19 Mar 2013; "Blast fells historic bridge"
  21. The Highlander 19 Mar 2013; "Close Call - Bridge shrapnel strikes boater"
  22. The Highlander 15-18 Mar 2013; "Countdown to bridge implosion begins"
  23. The Llano News 20 Mar 2013; "With a Bang, not a Whimper"
  24. The Highlander 2 April 2013; "2nd bridge implosion set"
  25. Burnet Bulletin 10 July 2013; "US 281 bridge issues to get fix 'later'"
  26. The Highlander 21 May 2013; "2nd phase of US 281 bridge begins"
  27. Burnet Bulletin 22 May 2013; "2nd phase of US 281 bridge begins"
  28. The Highlander 25 Mar 2014; "US 281 bridge construction on track"
  29. The Highland Lakes Weekly 18 July 2014; picture of new Marble Falls bridge
  30. The Highlander 1-4 Aug 2014; "Marble Falls bridge closures expected in August"
  31. Citizen's Gazette 5 Oct 2014; "Finally, It's A Bridge/Marble Falls welcomes Hwy 281 span"
Marble Falls Depot
  1. Application Form for Official Texas Historical Marker for Marble Falls Depot
  2. Wording for Historical Marker
  3. Original floor plan of depot
  4. 1979 Floor Plan
  5. 5 pictures of depot in 1907 and 1979
  6. "Train Depot/Visitor Center History"
  7. The Highlander 27 May 1976; "Soon to be Restored Depot Was Once Town's Social Hub" by Betty MacNabb
  8. Unknown newspaper dated 25 Nov 1976; "Volunteers Needed for Depot Restoration Project" by Betty MacNabb
  9. The Highlander 10 Feb 1977; pictures of depot
  10. Depot Dedication Commemorative Edition, 26 Mar 1977
  11. The Highlander 24 Mar 1977; "Marble Falls Dedicates Restored Depot Saturday"
  12. Lake Country Life 2-8 Jan 2013; "Train depot"
  13. Folder of miscellaneous depot info
  14. The Highlander 6 Jan 2017; "New life for old depot begins Friday the 13th" by Glynis Crawford Smith
Marble Falls HEB
  1. The Picayune 12 Apr 2017; "New  beginnings in Marble Falls" - "Officials b reak ground on HEB in Marble Falls, a state-of-the-art store with expanded and new departments.
Michel's Drug Store
  1. Application for Offficial Texas Historical Marker
  2. Letter dated 21 July 1982 from Doug Michel giving some history of the drug store
  3. Texas Highways May 1982; "Michel's" by Rob McCorkle (2 copies)
  4. Texas Pharmacy July 1976; "Texas Pharmacy Bicentennial Column by E. Wood Hall, Ph.D. with information on the Michel Drug Store from 1891 to 1976.
  5. Copy of deed from E. L. Michel to E. G. Michel, dated 25 Nov 1905.
  6. Copy of article from Texas Parade entitled "The Dream that would not Die" with picture of Michel Drug Store

Mason County
  1. The Highlander 10 July 1975; "The Blockhouse Ranch" by Stella Gipson Polk
  2. Frontier Times Mar 1929; "Brief History of the Early Days in Mason County
  3. The Highlander  28 Mar 1974; "Murder of a Pioneer School Girl" by Stella Gibson Polk. About death of Adele Kaufmann.
  4. The Picayune 22 Oct 1991; "Fritz Grote Sr. and Fritz Grote Jr. Mason County Pioneers, con't." by Stella Gipson Polk
  5. Hill Country Magazine Winter 2004; "Micro-Winery comes to Mason"
  6. Hill Country Magazine Winter 2004; "Tank Houses of Mason" by Suzanne Labry
  7. Llano Buzz 20 Sep 2006; "Odeon Theater opens Mason Country Opry" by Dale Fry
  8. Lake Country Life 1-7 Oct 2008; "Fred Gipson"
  9. Lake Country Life 6-12 Mar 2013; "Panning for the Texas Topaz" by Lyn Odom
  10.  Austin American-Statesman 21 May 2014;  picture of The Reynolds-Seaquist House
  11. CD of Seaquist House pictures, 2014
  12. Mason County News 12 Nov 2014
  13. Highland Lakes Weekly 23 Jan 2015; "Explore Mason, Texas!" by John Hallowell
  14. Unknown, undated newspaper article; "Farewell to country post offices" by Stella Gipson Polk
  15. Llano News 14 Oct 2015; "Opinion: The Battle Over Wind Farms"
  16. Brochure - Mason County Historical Commission Annual Historical Symposium, Seaquist House Grounds. "A History of the Seaquist House". Includes a small brochure on the mansion.
  17. Texas Co-op Power February 2016; "Hill Country Gem" by Lydia Saldana - "Mason combines history and natural treasures for a laid-back getaway"

Masonic Lodges

Blazing Star #413
  1. "A Short History of Blazing Star Lodge #413"  - founding members were Albert Giesecke, W. N. Hays, and Joseph Giger
  2. Deed Book W, P. 172; Texas M & Impt Co. sells to Blazing Star Lodge, Lot 2, Blk 34, on which to build a hall or building, dated 9 June 1890.
  3. The Highlander 11 July 1974, p. 4C; "Blazing Star Lodge Marks Centennial" - includes picture of R. C. Holbrook, Nick Mastro, Tommy Shifflett, Ronny Hibler, W. Walker, Dan B. Jordan, J. H. Frazier.
  4. Llano Journal 17 Mar 2010; "Masonic Temple stands test of time" by Ashleigh Whaley. 
Burnet Chapter & Council No. 453 R.A.M. & No. 368
  1. Membership roll to 24 June 1992 (2 copies)
Order of Eastern Star Chapter #425, Burnet
  1. Membership roll to 1 June 1992
Lake Victor Lodge # 101 AF and AM
  1. Booklet entitled "History of Lake Victor Lodge No. 1011" from 1909-1959, compiled by Maurice C. Shelby (2 copies)
Robert E. Lee Lodge #431, AF and AM
  1. Booklet entitled "History of Robert E. Lee Lodge No. 431, AF and AM
Norton Moses Lodge #336 (Leander)
  1. Unknown, undated newspaper; "Norton Moses Lodge celebrates 100 years"
Mountain Lodge #277 (Hopewell)
  1. Document giving returns of 1868, 1871, etc
  2. "The Texas Freemason,: November 1858"
Mount Horeb Lodge #137
  1. Before and after pictures of Mount Horeb Lodge Historical Marker (3 copies)
  2. Transcription of wording of Mount Horeb Lodge Historical Marker
  3. "Personal Masonic History of Edward White, 1923-1973"
  4. "History of Mt. Horeb Chapter No. 57 R.A.M. from 1857 to 1957, compiled by Edward White
  5. "History of Mount Horeb Lodge No. 137 from 1854-1954, compiled by Edward White and contains accounts as Written by the Late B. H. Stewart" (2 copies)
  6. The Highlander 16 Mar 1972; "Mt. Horeb - The Area's Oldest Masonic Lodge" by Greg Olds (3 copies)
Naruna Lodge #1234
  1. "Brief History of Naruna Lodge No. 1234 AF & AM (Demised)
Ruthven Lodge #248
  1. History of "Ruthven Lodge #248 AM & AM Demised, 1860-1870"
Henry Thomas Lodge #278 (Smithwick)
  1. "History of Thomas Lodge No. 275 AF & AM, Smithwick, Texas"
  2. Returns of Henry Thomas Lodge
  3. Abstract of some of Smithwick Lodge Minutes. Names mentioned include: Wm. Moore, Calvin Hall, J. F. Burton, C. S. Boultinghouse, G. W. Hastings
  4. Copy of Proceedings of Henry Thomas Lodge No. 275 of free and accepted Masons working under Disppensation and Charter A.D. 1865, A.L. 5865, Texas
  5. Unnamed, undated newspaper; "Dedication of Henry Thomas Lodge at Smithwick"
  6. Unnamed, undated newspaper; "Lodge at Smithwick Endures the Years"
  7. Unnamed, undated newspaper, "Smithwick Freemasonry" by Jason Hanselka, HLN Correspondent

Valley Lodge #175
  1. "History of Valley Lodge No. 175 AF & AM"
  2. "Worshipful Masters and Secretaries, Valley Lodge No. 175 AF and AM, Burnet, Texas"
  3. "High Priests and Secretaries, Burnet Chapter No. 453 RAM, Burnet, Texas"
  4. "Thrice Illustrious Masters and Recorders, Burnet Council No. 368 R & SM, Burnet, Texas"
  5. "Burnet Chapter No. 94 RAM, Burnet, Texas, Chartered June 18th, 1870, Charter Arrested August 24th, 1933"
  6. "Burnet Council No. 57 R & SM, Burnet, Texas, Chartered December 3rd, 1907"
  7. "Worthy Matrons and Worthy Patrons and Secretaries of Burnet Chapter No. 425, Order of Eastern Star, Burnet, Texas"
  8. "Worshipful Masters and Secretaries, Valley Lodge No. 175 AF and AM, Burnet, Texas"
  9. "High Priests and Secretaries, Burnet Chapter No. 453 RAM, Burnet, Texas"
  10. "Burnet Chapter No. 94 RAM, Burnet, Texas, Chartered June 18th, 1870, Charter Arrested August 24th, 1933"
  11. "Burnet Council No. 57 R & SM, Burnet, Texas, Chartered December 3rd, 1907."
  12. "Worthy Matrons and Worthy Patrons and Secretaries of Burnet Chapter No. 425, Order of Eastern Star, Burnet, Texas"
  13. Membership List of Valley Lodge No. 175 AF & AM, Burnet, Texas do date 06-24-1992"
  14. Program - "Leveling of the Cornerstone, Valley Lodge No. 175 AF & AM, Friday, November 14, 1969, Burnet, Texas"
  15. Program - "Dedication of the New Masonic Building", Valley Lodge No. 175 AF & AM, Wednesday, June 24, 1970, Burnet, Texas (2 copies)
  16. "Supplemental History of Valley Lodge No. 175, AF & AM, Burnet, Texas"
  17. Copy of Application, The Texas Historical Building Medallion, Burnet Masonic Lodge and supporting documents
  18. List of 50 year members of Valley Lodge No. 175, from Masonic Temple
  19. Messenger 2 April 1970; "picture of Burnet Masonic Lodge
  20. The Highlander 5 Aug 1965; "Masonic Lodge In Use for Over 100 Years; Is Burnet's Oldest Building" by Frances Weisinger
  21. The Highlander 25 Mar 1971; "Places to Go to Sample Burnet County History" by Greg Olds. Includes information on "Masonic Hall" 
  22. Burnet Bulletin 21 Feb 1974; "THEN and NOW, The Oldest Building in Burnet" by Darrell Debo. (3 copies)
  23. Burnet Bulletin 27 July 2005; "Local Mason's dedicate 150th Anniversary Year to community service"
  24. Burnet Bulletin 24 May 2006; "Sesquicentennial celebration at Valley Lodge" by Raymond Bronk
  25. The River Cities Daily Tribune 26 May 2006; "Burnet Masonic Lodge celebrates 150 Years" by Ray Bronk.
  26. The Burnet Bulletin 24 Jan 2007; "Hill Country history is lodged here" by Chris Crews. 
  27. The Burnet Bulletin 20 June 2012; "BCISD manager given community award"

Meadowlakes in Marble Falls
  1. The Highlander 2 Oct 2007; "Meadowlakes now 'Hidden Falls'" (incomplete)
  2. Brochure "Meadowlakes in Marble Falls" dated 1976
Mecklenburg Signers and their Neighbors by Worth Ray

Microfilm From Burnet Bulletin
  1. Listing with dates of important history from The Burnet Bulletin
Migration Trails
  1. "Early Migration Trails by Water and Land" by Mrs. R. Taylor Drake


Military, Misc.
  1. Marble Falls Messenger 5 Feb 1970; "Major John P. Potter" was one of four F-5 pilots from Williams AFB, Ariz. who flew to first-place honors in Bullseye VIII competition. He is son of E.P. Potter of Marble Falls.
  2. River Cities Tribune 8 Apr 2005; "Military reservists and child support services: State stands ready to assist parents in meeting obligations" by Attorney General Greg Abbot
  3. Burnet Bulletin 8 Mar 2006; "Local VFW Post plans housing for diabled vets"
  4. The Picayune 24 May 2006; "Memorial Day means more than barbecues and Sales"
  5. Citizens Gazette, undated, "County to build memorial for those who served"
  6. Citizens Gazette19 July 2006; "The Big Dig" - work on Veteran's Memorial
  7. Daily Tribune 2 Sep 2006; Picture of the near completed Burnet History Plaza
  8. Program, The Burnet County Genealogical Society and the Burnet County Library System are proud to present "A Veteran's Day Tribute Honoring our Veterans, 11 Nov 2006
  9. Llano Buzz 15 Nov 2006; "Veterans memorial dedicated" by Chris Crews
  10. Burnet Bulletin 22 Nov 2006; "VFW says thanks" - Pictures of VFW presenting certificates of appreciation to various businesses.
  11. The Picayune 18 Nov 2009; "Fort Hood images don't stop Veterans Day" by Rachel Bryson
  12. Citizens Gazette 30 May 2012; "Solemn Occasion"
  13. Highland Lakes Weekly 1 Jun 2012; "Memorial Day in Burnet" - pictures of Memorial day ceremonies
  14. The Highlander 8-11 Feb 2013; "Dentist to battle cavities in Kuwait" by Adam Troxtel. About Dr. Gregory Sopel
  15. The Picayune 6 Nov 2013; "From Oklahoma to North Pole: Veteran recounts life, family history" by Daniel Clifton - about Rear Admiral Albert Kelin
  16. Burnet Bulletin 19 Nov 2014; "Vet reunites with teacher" - Major David O'Leary and his 2nd grade teacher, Camilla Butler
  17. The Picayune 20 May 2015; "Remembering Our Fallen" - lists names of fallen World War II forward
  18. The Highlander 16 June 2015; "Vet encourages others to make DC trip" by Alexandria Randolph. Vietnam vet Pat Stryk journeyed to war monuments in Washington, DC with group of military veterans.
  19. The Highlander 6 Nov 2015; several articles on Veterans Day: 1) "Local fallen Faces sought"; Janna Hoehn seeking information on local fallen heroes; 2) Salute to veterans set Nov. 11 by HLRW; 3) "Highland Lakes veterans invited to take part in Falls museum's Nov. 11 program"
  20. The Highlander 10 Nov 2015; "Highland Lakes area sets programs honoring veterans tomorrow" - Includes picture of Dennis Maier and George Forster sharing recollections.
  21. The Highlander 13 Nov 2015; "The Highland Lakes recognizes veterans for service and sacrifice. About veterans day services. 
  22. The Picayune 27 Jan 2016; "Past Uncovered" - Marble Falls resident George Collins did not know his father's fate until decades later, when George Raymond Scruggs' history and then his remains were unearthed in the Dominican Republic.
  23. "A Salute to Veterans" "Honoring veterans on Veterans Day" from a supplement of The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon published Nov. 9, 2016.
  24. The Picayune 9 Nov 2016; "Celebrate Our Veterans" with separate articles on "Edward Yturri served as member of MacArthur staff," "Army prepared Scott Severance for World of middle school," and "Military shaped Library Thrift Store's Bob Peterman and Frank Crow."
  25. Highland Lakes Weekly 18 Nov 2016; pictures of Veterans Day events. Pictures of veterans include: James McKay, David Halbert, Lloyd Guthrie, Arthur Morrisette, Jack Larsen, Ross Walker, Samuel Giddens, and Charles Christiansen.
  26. The Picayune 25 Jan 2017; "Quilts of Valor Wraps vets in love, gratitude" by Daniel Clifton. At Kingsland Quilt show, vets were presented quilts. Vets pictured include Jerry McIntyre, Kenneth Bowling.
  27. The Picayune 24 May 2017; "Mystery Over the Atlantic." Roy Wagner of Burnet tells story of father Walter Wagner who died in fiery explosion of C-124 Globemaster over the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, or did he die in a Soviet gulag.
Civil War
  1. Texas Historical Commission "Texas in the Civil War"
  2. Roll of Capt. C. C. Arnett's Company, Texas Volunteer Infantry, Mustered for the War at Camp Terry, near Austin, By R. T. Allen, M.O.
  3. Civil War Veterans, Confederate Soldiers Buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Williamson County
  4. Civil War Veterans Buried in Williamson County, Texas, published in Our Heritage, San Antonio Genealogical Society
  5. Company L, First Regiment Texas Volunteer Infantry
  6. Company M, First Regiment Texas Volunteer Infantry
  7. Frontier Times January 1926; "State Troops on the Frontier". Capt. Standifer's Company and Capt. Dorbandt's Company
  8. Civil War Research at the Texas State Archives from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission
  9. Copy of front page of book "General Tom Green 'A Fightin Texas'" by Odie Faulk; includes pictures of Tom Green and his tombstone in Oakwood Cemetery, Austin.
  10. Roster of Bedford Forrest Camp No. 1609, U.C.V., Liberty Hill and Leander; and Roll of Camps, United Confederate Veterans, Division of Texas
  11. "Some Burnet County Confederate Veterans," dated June 1914, from U.C.V.
  12. Transcription of Mountain Remnant Brigade, United Confederate Veterans, Annual Reunions from the Marble Falls Messenger; 1908, 1909, 1910, plus copies of the newspapers.
  13. A Revised List of Indigents & Dependents of Texas Soldiers of Burnet County, Texas, dated March 1st 1865; A list of Idigents in Burnet County entitled to the benefit of appropriates made by the Legislation by act appeared December 15th 1863
  14. Letter from Harriet Smither, State Archivist, Texas State Library, dated 21 Dec 1942, giving military information on Thomas B. Lewis, who enlisted in Captain R. T. Posey's company, Mountain Guards, Texas Cavalry, Burnet County, 27tyh Brigade, Texas Militia, along with one muster roll of the company
  15. List of Known Confederate Buried in Burnet County, compiled by Darrell Debo 1-16-86 with one additional sheet attached.
  16. Petition No. 51, from Burnet County to F. R. Lubbock (1862 or 1863) asking for consideration the claims of James P. Magill of Burnet
  17. List of Confederate Widow/Pensioners, Fletcher Matthews, H. A. Chadwi from State of Texas (12 pages)
  18. Copy of photograph of Reunion of a group of Confederate Soldiers, taken in Marble Falls 1900-1902
  19. Burnet Bulletin 30 Oct 1986; "UDC unfurls the past" by Edna Cheatham. Gives information on the five flags of the Confederacy.
  20. Vicksburg Currents May 1988
  21. The Picayune 7 Feb 1996; "Civil War wife waits in Double Horn for news of soldier" - letters written by Levi Lamont Wight and his wife Sophia during the Civil War.The 
  22. The River Cities Tribune 28 Dec 2001; "The Civil War years in Burnet County" by Linda Ware. Includes picture of the home built by Robert Burnam near Double Horn Creek.
  23. "The Handbook of Texas" "Texas Confederate Museum" dated 3/22/1010. Gives history of museum up to publication date. Was originally in capitol and called the N. L. Norton Museum of Rock and Granite Collection.
  24. The Llano News 18 Apr 2012; "Training for the Civil War" by Karylon Hallmark Russell
  25. The Llano News 3 Apr 2013; "The Civil War: The Good, Bad & Ugly (Part One)" by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Includes pictre of tombstone of Franklin Breazeale, eary Honey Creek store-saloon owner.
  26. The Llano News  17 Apr 2013; "The Civil War: The Good, Bad, And Ugly (Part Three)" by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Includes picture of Adam R. Johnson. Other names mentioned include: Alexander Chism, George Battle, Robert Redden Metz, Charles Peter Turberville, Paul J. Watkins, Joseph A. Alexander, Franklin P. Epperson, Martin D. King, William Henry Bales, John B. Pankey, John S. Atchison, John Wilson Crain, George W. Draper, Henry Pardue Haynes, George Battle, Wiley Edward Thornton, Miles Barler, Clinton Breazeale, James K. Arant, Fletcher Matthews, H. A. Chadwick, Jerry Fleming, Henry William Hillman, Henry Russell McInnis, William Arnold, Levi Arnold
  27. The Llano News 24 April 2013; "Camp Douglas: Best Kept Secret of The Civil War" by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Includes picture of William Richard Arnold, early Bluffton store owner, and the monument in honor of the men who died as prisoners of war at Camp Douglas.
  28. Llano County Journal 22 Apr 2015; "Confederate vetera honored" by Glynis Crawford Smith. About James Lowery King
  29. The Llano News 20 May 2015; "In The Shadow of..." by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Includes picture of General Albert Sidney Johnston.
  30. Burnet Bulletin 21 Oct 2015; "Hood's Texas Brigade honored with Capitol onument" by Bartee Haile
  31. undated Lake Country Life;  "Preserving Confederate heritage" by George Hatt.
Mexican War
  1. The Llano News 29 Mar 2017; "Don't forget Texas and the Mexican War" by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Some names mentioned include: Gabriel Choate, William Rainbolt, Jacob Wykoff, Bird and Nelson Owen, Michael Sessom, Martin Boatwright, Jordan Wyatt, Elihu Casner, Willis Chaudoin, James Hallmark, Columbus and Franklin Breazeale, Hickman Dunman, George Wolfe, Dr. John Brown, Emil von Kriewitz.
Spanish American War 
  1. The Picayune 5 July 2017; "Learn about Marble Falls' lesser-known founders" by Daniel Clifton. Includes picture of Ira J. Dawson, in his Spanish American War uniform. He was the first Marble Falls town doctor.

World War I
  1. Burnet Bulletin 24 Aug 1939; "Burnet County Soldiers and Sailors in World War I"
  2. 2nd undated, unknown nespaper; "Burnet County Soldiers and Sailors (2 copies)
  3. Marble Falls Messenger 26 July 1917; "Names Drawn in the Draft" - lists names. Also transcription of article
  4. List of Burnet County Veterans of World War I
  5. Burnet county men who died in World War I and II
  6. List of young men from Oatmeal who served in the Armed Forces 
  7. Copy of letter from Camp Mead dated 12-2-1917, another dated 10/30/1917
  8. Marble Falls Messenger 8/16/1917; "List of Persons Whose Claims for Exemption from Military Service were Rejected by the Local Board" + "Additional Men to Appear Next Week for Examination by Local Board" + "I Am The Boy in Khaki" + "Thinking of the Boys"
  9. Marble Falls Messenger 9 Aug 1917; "List of Names of Persons in the Order of Their Liability for Military Service" continued 23 Aug 1917
  10. World War I in Burnet County, internet links
  11. World War I Internet Links
  12. Burnet Bulletin 6 Nov 1986; "Vets remember war" by Eddie Selden. About Veterans Day. Marion Chew talks about his experience in WWI.
  13. Burnet Bulletin 25 Jan 1988; "Burnet veterans served proudly" by Morris H. Breaseale. Includes picturs of Harold and Oscar Furley. . Also gives information on Carl Hester.
  14. The Llano News 29 July 2009; "Looking Back to 1920" by John Hallowell. Includes picture of T. J. Watkins, World War I sailors, Lee Duncan and Patsy Parker
  15. Selected pages of "A Short History and Photographic Record of the 360th Infantry, Texas Brigade, 1918"
  16. The Picayune 15 June 2016; "Looking for a hero" by Daniel Clifton. "Oklahoma students' search for information on World War I solder leads to Corp. Harry H. Hale of Marble Falls" Hale was a member of the 141st Infantry, 36th Division. He died from wounds he suffered during a battle in October 1918.
World War II
  1. Marble Falls Boys in World War II
  2. In Memoriam, War Dead of World War II of Burnet County
  3. Burnet County Men Who Died in World War I and II
  4. List of Young men from Oatmeal Community who served in the Armed Forces
  5. Burnet and nearby Counties World War II Casualties from Rootsweb
  6. Unknown source "German Bunkers found..." pages 162 and 163
  7. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 7 July 1946; "Army Honor Roll for Texas In War World II" "15764 Deaths State's Price in U.S. Victory"
  8. Unknown newspaper dated 20 May 1993; "Ex-POWs share memories with students" "Hold reunion in Burnet" - Includes picture of Jim Vilcalvi, Emery Chesmore, Corner Lett, Art Leedy
  9. Letter dated 1 Feb 2002 to Cookie Wallace from Chas T. Boyce, Jr., requesting information on Charles Thomas Boyce
  10. Obituary for James B. Baker who died 21 May 2003. Baker was a prisoner of war in Germany
  11. Burnet Bulletin 2 June 2004; Picture of Dorman Reed telling stories of Memorial Days to Cooper Stutelville
  12. San tonio Express-News June 6 2004; "Memorial speaks to those who remember"
  13. River Cities Tribune 28 May 2004; "Local WWII veterans off for National WWII Memorial" by Shannon Lowry
  14. The Llano News 8 Dec 2004; "A soldier remembers Pearl Harbor" - about Olvis Osbourn
  15. Llano News 17 Feb 2005; "Iwo Jima reinactment set for this weekend"
  16. Burnet Bulletin 22 Nov 2006; "VFW says thanks"
  17. San Antonio Express News 18 Apr 2007; "Doolittle Raiders are treated like star
  18. Austin American-Statesman 16 Aug 2007; "Texas tribute to World War II veterans is etched in stone"
  19. Obituary for Gale Ligon of Llano who died 8 Mar 2008. Ligon served in World War II
  20. The Highlander 6 Feb 2008; "Kingsland man remembers WWII battles" "France honors 60 years later" by George Hatt. About Noel Long of Kingsland
  21. Lake Country Life 20-26 June 2009; "Downed in enemy territory" - about Joe Randerson of Llano
  22. The Picayune 25 Feb 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Harry William Deal
  23. The Picayune 11 Mar 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Ted Jordan
  24. The Picayune 21 Oct 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Edward M. Yturri
  25. The Picayune 18 Nov 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - John Oliver Adams"
  26. The Picayune 11 Nov 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Gene Van Horn
  27. The Picayune 2 Dec 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Jim Luther
  28. The Picayune 9 Dec 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Rex Jackson
  29. Fort Worth Star-Telegram, undated newspaper; "Fredericksburg WWII museum getting bigger and better" by Art Chapman
  30. The Llano News 7 Dec 2011; "Honoring a Soldier From WWII" by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Includes picture of Olvis O. Osbourn
  31. The Llano News 7 Nov 2012; "Honories A WWII Pacific Veteran" by Karyo
  32. lyn Hallmark Russell. Includes picture of Randall C. Hallmark
  33. The Picayune 8 Feb 2012; "Bertram woman helped build planes that won World War II" by Daniel Clifton. Includes picture of Katy Campbell Hall
  34. The Highlander 7 Dec 2012; Remembering Pearl Harbor" by Alexandria Randolph
  35. The Picayune 12 Dec 2012; "Set in Stone" by Daniel Clifton - about Tina Burnham's memories of World War II service
  36. Highland Lakes Weekly 2 May 2014; Joe Randerson shown as recipient of a Quilt of Valor from Texas Hills Quilters
  37. The Picayune 22 Apr 2015; Retired fighter pilot from Horseshoe Bay returns to P-51 cockpit" by Daniel Clifton
  38. Copy of picture of Herman E. Buck, along with bio information.
  39. The Highlander; "Veterans Head to Normandy for D-Day Anniversary" by Charlotte Buikema. Jake McNiece and Thomas Young headed to Normandy. Part 1 28 May 2004, Part 2 4 June 2004.
  40. Austin American-Statesman "63 years later, veterans vividly recall Pearl Harbor attack;" "A Day to Honor, Remember" by Karem Said
  41. Burnet Bulletin 24 Nov 2004; "BCGS hosts oral history program" with picture of Thelma (Provence) O'Malley
  42. Program for World War II Oral History Project (undated). Inside includes picture of Thelma (Provence) O'Malley dated 1944, and Maxine Cullison and husband Sgt. Elmer L. Cullison
  43. List of World War II participants from Burnet County.
  44. Information on Gwyn Voy Wilks from Burnet who served in US Army. Material supplied by Editha J. Thomason. (12 pages)
  45. Llano News 15 June 2005;"Looking Back In Time..." - June 14, 1984; June 17, 1965; June 14, 1945
  46. Kingsland Current 2 Feb 2005; "Theiss and McCray help reenact Iwo Jima" - Held in Fredericksburg Feb 19 and 20.
  47. "General Marshall's Victory Report On the Winning of World War II in Europe and the Pacific". Includes names of war dead from Burnet, and list of men and women who served from Burnet County.
  48. The River Cities Tribune 26 Nov 2004; "Authors, former POW, to speak at Pearl Harbor Day Dec. 7"
  49. Llano News 6 July 2005; Carl Inn of Llano thanks to veterans: Mike Cates, Arden Drake, Lawrence james, Jeff Moore, Larry Jordan, James Clements, John Bauman, Willbrun Heys, Victor Thum, William Galayda.
  50. The River Cities Tribune 4 Feb 2005; "Museum to honor 60th anniversary of Battle of Iwo Jima"
  51. San Antonio Express-News 20 Feb 2005; "Iwo Jima Remembered" by Sig Christenson
  52. The River Cities Tribune 8 Oct 2004; "Hill Country publisher saves WWII memories"
  53. The Citizens Gazette 30 June 2004; "Red, White & True Blue" - pictures of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
  54. Burnet Bulletin 9 June 2004; "We Remember" - Local veterans gather in Bertram for Memorial Day. Includes picture of Nathan Hullum, Joe Ware, Allan Miller, Floyd Watson, and Arnold Salinas
  55. Picayune 19 Oct 2005; "Wanted: World War II veterans" by Daniel Clifton. About BCGS Oral History project.
  56. Burnet Bulletin 9 May 2007; "Rangers honor fallen WWII hero" - military honors for Leroy T. Button, member of historic 5th Ranger Battalion.
  57. Hill Country magazine Spring 2007; "Fighting for Freedom" by Gayle Waldrip.
  58. The Picayune 7 Jan 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Lyell J. Henderson
  59. The Picayune 21 Jan 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Velmer Steckman
  60. The Picayune 10 Dec 2008; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Ralph W. Nault
  61. San Antonio Express News 18 Apr 2007; "Doolittle Raiders get star billing"
  62. The Picayune 11 Dec 2002; "Remembering Pearl Harbor, World War II vet now soldiers for the Lord" - about Wyatt Hammond
  63. Austin American-Statesman 6 Dec 1991; "World War II takes its toll on 4 Central Texas Towns" by Chuck Lindell. Includes pictures of Robert Tays of New Braunfels, Cecil Long of Bastrop
  64. The Picayune 11 Nov 2009; "Honoring the Best & the Bravest!" - Pictures "Jim Thomas, J. C. Stevens, Vern Green, Bob Forbes, Joseph Tomme, Eugene Dillon, Jerry Hays, William Francis, Bill Hickman, Harold Spann
  65. The Llano News 2 June 2010; "One of the Greatest" by John Hallowell. About Joe Randerson
  66. Highland Lakes Weekly 18 Nov 2011; "Highland Lakes war hero" by John Hallowell; about Joe Randerson.
  67. Highland Lakes Weekly 11 May 2012; picture of L. J. Henderson presenting Navy colors at Memorial Day ceremony on the Burnet square.
  68. Lake Country Life 23-29 May 2007; "A vet finds love in Egypt" - about James Laugherty
  69. The Highlander 24-27 Jan 2014; "Diving In, World War II veteran recalls role as gunner" by Emily Zendt - James Walker
  70. The Picayune 20 May 2015; "Stubby Baker helped capture Guadalcanal, received Purple Heart" by Daniel Clifton. About death of Baker.
  71. Highland Lakes Weekly  27 Feb 2015; WWII vet Conway Laxson visits Freedom Flyers hangar
  72. Highland Lakes Weekly 24 Oct 2014; "An American Hero" by John Hallowell. About Herschel Pruitt.
  73. The Picayune 23 May 2001; "They were all heroes" by Linda Bass Cauffman. Includes picture of Linda Bass Cauffman with her parents Howard and Corinne Bass.
  74. Hill Country magazine Spring 2007; "Fighting for Freedom" by Gayle Waldrip. Includes picture of John Waldrip who served as a Bombardier on a B-17 during WWII.
  75. Hill Country magazine Spring 2007; "Hill Country home front" by Carole Goble
  76. unknown newspaper which 9  Aug 1945; " Spicewood Soldier Enjoys A Furlough at French Riviera" - about Booth Tatum.
  77. Marble Falls Messenger July 1944; Letter from Seaman Virgil C. Haydon, also letter from Sergeant R. A. Dennister.
  78. Handwritten information about Cpl Vander H. O'Hair killed somewhere in the Pacific on 19 Aug 1945 + James Kirk missing in action at sea.
  79. Group of information on World War II donated by Willie Mae Price
  80. The Highlander 28 Apr 2015; "Flying again/World War II veteran pilot experiences old, familiar thrill in P-51 Mustang" by Emily Hilley-Sierzchula. About Tom Sams, and includes 2 photos of Sams.
  81. The Picayune 25 May 2016; "A Hero's Lessons" "World War II veteran passes away, but his teachings live on" by Daniel Clifton. About Travis Ray Ivy."
  82. Highland Lakes Weekly 16 Sep 2016; picture of Lt. Col. Dick Cole, last surviving participant in the famous Doolittle Raid. Taken at Bluebonnet Air Show.
  83. The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon 9 Nov 2016; "Admiral Al saw the Navy as a way out" by Tracee Beebe. Admiral Al Kelln was the first person who accomplished a rare trifecta by standing on, flying over and sailing under the North Pole. He rose to the rank of rear admiral during his career in the Navy.
  84. The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon July 4 (2017) Guide; "James Bond: Llano's man of plane-jumping mystery" by Terry Schroth. Bond was a World War II veteran and served in Saipan. Now the U.S. government has lost his records.The newspaper guide also includes an article titled "Declaration of a general on Independence Day" by Art Dlugach. The article is about General Don Eckelbarger of Horseshoe Bay.
  85. The Picayune 8 Nov 2017; "WWII soldier is why we celebrate Nov. 11." Ninety-four Lee David Ferguson of Marble Falls.
  86. The Highlander 17 Nov 2017; "Photo of the week" is two veterans at the VFW Hall in Burnet, John Cox and Ralph Whitman.
  1. The Llano News 6 July 2005; Information on Lawrence James
  2. The Picayune 30 Sep 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Harvey H. Klee
  3. The Picayune 10 Feb 2010; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Jack Butler
  4. Highland Lakes Weekly 12 Sep 2014; "Still Appreciated" by John Hallowell - about Marvin Lutz
  5. The Picayune 13 May 2015; "Korean War vets not forgotten with Honor Flight to Washington" - includes picture of John Watley, Gene Fuchs and Curtis Cornell.
  6. Email from Kay Keele, dated 3 Oct 2014 giving names of Korean War veterans
  7. The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon 9 Nov 2016; "Army career was only thing Honig wanted to do" by Tracee Beebe. About Vera Honig who served in the Army for 20 years, beginning in Korea.
  8. The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon 9 Nov 2016; "Klee tabbed national American Legion chaplain" by Tracee Beebe. About Harvey H. Klee Korean War veteran from Llano County.
  9. Burnet Bulletin 11Jan 2017; obituary for Forrest Donald Spencer (May 31, 1931 - December 31, 2016". He was a Korean War vet.
  1. Marble Falls Messenger 6 July 1967; "S-Sgt Ronald Edward" was killed in action Wednesday, June 28, 1967. He was the husband of Karen Thomas of Burnet. 
  2. Llano News 6 July 2005; information on Mike Cates, Viet Nam Veteran
  3. Llano News 6 July 2005; information on Larry Jordan
  4. Hill Country Life 7 Nov 2007; "Living through Viet Nam" - about Wes Meshberger
  5. The Picayune 4 Feb 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Roger Grill
  6. The Picayune 4 Nov 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the week" - Mary Ann Brogan
  7. The Picayune 25 Nov 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Lonny R. Hocker
  8. The Picayune 16 Dec 2009; "Honoring Our Veteran of the Week" - Bill Weaver
  9. The Picayune 20 May 2015; "Llano County's only Vietnam casualty came from long line of warriors" - by Daniel Clifton. About Michael DeVerne Bird
  10. The Picayune 20 May 2015; "Green Beret Ronald Fike died by side of wounded soldier" by Daniel Clifton 
  11. The Picayune 20 2015; "Fourth-generation Texan gave all in Vietnam" by Daniel Clifton - about Patrick Michael Goble
  12. The Picayune 24 Jun 2015; "Marble Falls veteran finds closure on Purple Heart trip to Washington" by Daniel Clifton. About Patrick Stryck
  13. The Llano News July 4 Guide; "Light helped save 137 men during Vietnam War" by John Verser. Includes picture of Ervin Light
  14. The Picayune 31 Aug 2016; "Vietnam War servicewomen take their places among those honored" by Jennifer Fierro. Includes picture of vets B. J. Garner and Patricia M. Murray.
  15. The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon 9 Nov 2016; " Rabbit Hare never thought he'd make it back" - served in both Korea and Vietnam.
  16. The Burnet Bulletin 13 Sep 2017; Obituary for John William Berlin who served in Viet Nam from 1971 to 1972.
  17. The Highlander 25 July 2017; "Vietnam-era Marie giving back to veterans" "Hutton serves on Purple Heart Foundation" by Richard Zowie. About Bill Hutton.
Desert Storm - nothing in file

Iraqi Freedom
  1. "Relatives of Burnet Residents Who are Members of the U.S. Armed Forces Actively Serving Around the World in Operation Iraqi Freedom" - undated
  2. Burnet Bulletin 6 Nov 1986; "Academy names captain to faculty" - about Captain Brian Magerkurth.
  3. Burnet Bulletin 25 July 2004; William L. Pell receives Superintendent's award during Cadet Field Training at West Point
  4. River Cities Tribune 30 Apr 2004; John Canipe recently commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the US Air Force.
  5. Burnet Bulletin 2 June 2004; Spc Jeff Copsetta recently deployed to Iraq
  6. Burnet Bulletin 2 June 2004; Jeremy R. Henniger graduates from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base
  7. Burnet Bulletin 7 July 2004: Daniel Trapp leaves for basic training in the US Army
  8. Burnet Bulletin 28 July 2004; William S. Klosinski graduates from basic Army Infantry training
  9. Burnet Bulletin 28 July 2004; Jennifer L. Smith graduates from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base
  10. unknown newspaper dated 21 July 2004; "Benefit to help out wounded local soldier" - Cpl Brian F. McPherson
  11. Burnet Bulletin 4 Aug 2004; Milissa Ross graduates from basic military training at Lackland Air Force
  12. River Cities Tribune 11 Aug 2004; Jimmie L. Clark, Jr. graduates from US Navy boot camp
  13. Burnet Bulletin 8 Sep 2004; Jamie Shawn Wolfe graduates from Army  Individual Training
  14. Burnet Bulletin Jason Klinger returns from Afghanistan
  15. Burnet Bulletin 29 Sep 2004; "Local soldier wounded in Iraq" - about Bobby Flinn
  16. The Llano News 22 Dec 2004; "Llano ISD elementary students share with troops
  17. Llano Country Star 23 Dec 2004;"Gathering toys for Iraq"
  18. Llano Buzz 11 Jan 2005; Matthew Harden graduates from Army basic training.
  19. River City Tribune 9 Dec 2005; Pvt Clinton Milam gradued from MCRD in San Diego
  20. The Llano News 28 Mar 2007; Cpl Nicholas Muratori to deploy to Iraq
  21. The Llano News 23 May 2007; 2 articles 1) "Bostick deployed to Afghanistan;" 2) Henry graduates basic training"
  22. Burnet Bulletin 27 June 2007; pictures welcoming home Wesley Cain
  23. Burnet Bulletin 1 Aug 207: picture of Bryan A. Ochoa who is being deployed
  24. Highlander 24 Aug 2007; "Mother of soldier tells story" by Bill Parmeter. Mary Aguirre mother of fallen soldier Nathaniel Aaron Aguirre tells his story to Rotary Club
  25. Burnet Bulletin 31 Oct 2007; "McCray graduates basic" - about Timothy McCray. There is a 2nd article on McCray in The Llano News  on the same day
  26. Burnet Bulletin 31 Oct 2007; "Local soldier goes back to Iraq for a second tour" - about Andrew Geoffrey Miller
  27. Burnet Bulletin 7 May 2008; "Watson finishes basic" - about Cortney Chantel Watson
  28. Highland Lakes Weekly 28 Sep 2012; "Friends in High places" by John Hollowell. Ernest and Irene Campbell of Kingsland talke about son Lt. General John Campbell
  29. Burnet Bulletin 8 Aug 2012; a hearty homecoming for Sgt Joshua R. Bird
  30. Burnet Bulletin 9 May 2012; "Capt. Plumlee returns home to U.S." - about Capt. Meghann O. Plumlee
  31. Highland Lakes Weekly 6 Sep 2013; picture of 6 soldiers returning from Middle East - Tyler Magerkurth, James Lucivero, Chris Molaro, Stephen Bragg, Chris Albornoz, Mark Wilson.
  32. River  Cities Tribune 10 Sep 2004; "Where were you when you heard the World Trade Centers had been attacked"
  33. River Cities Tribune 20 Sep 2004; "Fear and our finest hour: Inside the Pentagon on 9/11. Includes picture of General Tommy Franks with Mel Ferguson and wifeLinda. Ferguson was the chaplain to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff when it with hit by a plane on 9/11.
  34. Hill Country magazine Winter 2004; "An American Soldier" - about Spc. Robert J. Hallowell.
  35. Llano News 9 Feb 2005; "Hackney receives U.S. Navy commission. About Navy Ensign Brian D. Hackney.
  36. Burnet Bulletin 28 July 2004; Members of the Vietnam Vets and Legacy Vets Motorcycle Clubs pose with Cp. Brian P. McPherson who was wounded in Iraq
  37. Llano News 16 Mar 2005; "McClintock completes basic U.S.Navy training. About Navy Seamon Recruit Stephanie N. McClintock.
  38. Burnet Bulletin 20 April 2005; Military News - Cpt. Nicole L. Eberle, Airman Catherine L. Atkinson, Sgt Marlin E. Horton.
  39. The Llano News 27 April 2005; "Bostick deployed to Afghanistan" - Capt. Thomas G. Bostick
  40. The Picayune 4 May 2005; "Mrs. Arrendondo's 2nd grade class at Marble Falls Elementary School welcomed Pfc. Grand Harden of Llano"
  41. Burnet Bulletin 11 May 2005; "A soldier's letter home" - Major Robert Myers writes letter from Iraq to parents, Bob and JoAnn Myers of Burnet.
  42. Burnet Bulletin 11 May 2005; Military News - Seaman Richard D. Mosley of Llano.
  43. Burnet Bulletin 18 May 2005; Military - Lt Commander Lynn Taylor Downs
  44. The Picayune 25 May 2005; "A Marine writes home" - letter from Major David Little
  45. The Llano News 15 June 2005; "Dove receives Bronze Star Medal" - Army Sgt. 1st Class George M. Dove
  46. The Llano News 29 June 2005; 1) "Dove earns Bronze Star" (George M. Dove); 2) News of Tom Bostic; 3) Sgt. Bradley J. Hoy; 4) William Burns; 5) Garrett Wooten; 5) Leland Kenneth Denning; 6) Pvt. Nelson R. Oldham; 7) Richard D. Mosley; 8) Matthew G. Harden; 9) Pvt. Jennifer E. Harris; 10) Stephanie N. McClintock; 11) Kenneth F. Wittekiend; 12) Eric Caropepe; 13) Derek Almond
  47. Burnet Bulletin 19 Jan 2005; "Why I fight" by Sgt. Jeff Copsetta.
  48. The Picayune 20 July 2005; "Black Hawk helicopter unit welcomed home from Iraq"
  49. The Llano Buzz 13 Sep 2005; "Waterbury returns from carrier" - Navy Airman Ryan W. Waterbury
  50. River Cities Gazette 4 Nov 2005; Military News - Timothy B. Gutierrez
  51. The Picayune 24 Aug 2005; Service News - Raymie Huddleston
  52. The Llano News 31 Aug 2005; Nick Muratori graduates from Marine Corp Recruit Depot
  53. The Llano News 21 Sep 2005; "Navy Airman (Ryan W.) Waterbury completes special deployment"
  54. Burnet Bulletin 6 Apr 2005; Soldier Welcomed Home - Sgt Jeff Copsetta
  55. Burnet Bulletin Sep 2005; "Recent BHS Grad Ficklin completes basic training" - Candice R. Fickling
  56. The Llano News 2 Nov 2005; "Airman Parker graduates basic military training" - Bradley E. Parker
  57. The Llano News 19 Oct 2005; "Arp (Jared) graduates U.S. Army boot camp"
  58. Burnet Bulletin 6 Oct 2004; Pvt Philip Bagett graduates from the Army's Maneuver Support Center
  59. The Llano Buzz 15 Nov 2005; Military News - Waylon C. Tinsley
  60. Bertram Enterprise 19 Jan 2005: Service News - Robert L. Benitz
  61. Burnet Bulletin 28 Sep 2005; "Local VFW posts rally together for military family fundraiser" by Mark Atwood
  62. River City Tribune 19 Nov 2004; Service News - Maria C. Floto
  63. Kingsland Current 16 Nov 2005; Military News - Waylon C. Tinsley
  64. Llano Buzz 6 Dec 2005; "Llano soldier headed for Iraq" - Roper Mikulenka
  65. Burnet Bulletin 12 May 2004; "Soldiers salute Burnet students"
  66. unknown newspaper dated 30 June 2004; "Baghdad bound" - Wesley Cain
  67. Burnet Bulletin 26 Jan 2005; Service News - Jimmie L. Clark
  68. The Llano News 8 Dec 2005; "Proffitt graduates basic Air Force training" - Hayden Y. Profitt II
  69. The Llano News 1 Mar 2006; "Adopt A Unit adds Fort Hood soldiers to Llano's family"
  70.  River City Tribune 1 Apr 2005; Service News - Marlin E. Horton, Ryan W. Waterbury
  71. Burnet Bulletin 10 Jun 2005; Military news - Casey Leech
  72. River Cities Tribune 8 Apr 2005; "American troops in Iraq need support -- and keep cards and letters coming.
  73. River Cities Tribune 3 Jun 2005; "Sign up for art lessons and send a soldier the same art project"
  74. River Cities Tribune 25 Sep 2005; "Marble Falls graduate earns Air Force wings" - John Canipe
  75. Kingsland Current 12 Apr 2006; "Llano's Adopt-a-Unit plans for the community to support the troops"
  76. River Cities Tribune 11 Apr 2006; "Heartfelt thanks" - Daniel Trapp
  77. River Cities Tribune 21 Apr 2006; Military News - PFC Bradley Williams
  78. The Highlander 5 Sep 2008; "MF airman completes training" - Cody D. Caughron
  79. Llano Buzz 22 Mar 2006; "Effort to help needy veterans" by Dale Fry. Includes picture Mel Glidewell, Victor Polanco IV, Norman Stehle, William Pratt, Priscillia Luetkenhoelter, Wayne Luetkenhoelter and Chuck Vorhies
  80. The Llano News 22 Mar 2006; "Arp (Jared D.) graduates U.S. Army training course"; "Llano's Adopt-a-Unit plans for the community to support the troops"
  81. River Cities Tribune 23 Sep 2005; Military News - Bradley Williams (Bowles), Ommilkhair S. Barra, Jennifer L. Hipp, Ryan W. Waterbury
  82. Burnet Bulletin 28 Sep 2005; "Recent BHS grad Fickling (Candice R.) completes basic training"
  83. Llano News undated; "Texan Support for Troops makes me proud to be a Texan" by Kay Bailey Hutchison
  84. Llano News 25 Oct 2006; Military News - Jody Inman, Matthew T. Hayden
  85. Llano Buzz 27 Dec 2006; Airforce Airman 1st Class William D. Weihs graduates from basic training
  86. River Cities Tribune 3 Feb 2006; "Bradley Williams completes basic training"
  87. River Cities Tribune 17 Feb 2006; Military News - Justin S. Grimes
  88. River Cities Tribune 21 Dec 2005; Military News - Clinton D. Milam
  89. River Cities Tribune 27 Oct 2005 - Military News - Bradley Williams
  90. Burnet Bulletin 19 July 2006 - Military News - Phillip G. Fox
  91. Llano News 23 Aug 2006; - Military News - Glory R. Wells
  92. Burnet Bulletin 27 Sep 2006 -  Military News - Benjamin L. Cain
  93. Burnet Bulletin 20 June 2007 - Military News - Raul Resio Jr.
  94. River Cities Tribune 24 Dec 2008 - "Bertram soldier graduates from Army basic training" - Adam D. Floyd
  95. The Picayune 25 Dec 2008 - "Marble Falls High School graduate earns her Air Force wings" - Angie Flood
  96. River Cities Tribune 24 Sep 2004 - Larry Leroy Bowles, Jr.
  97. Burnet Bulletin 17 Sep 2008 - "Off to Afghanistan" - Wesley Cain
  98. Burnet Bulletin 28 Feb 2007; Military News - Robert Boyles, Jr.
  99. Burnet Bulletin 31 Jan 2007; "Hometown Hero" - Anthony S. Ramirez
  100. Burnet Bulletin 21 Mar 2007; Military News - Nathaniel P. Pritchett
  101. Burnet Bulletin 14 Nov 2007; "Beshears graduates basic" - Kenneth Beshears
  102. Llano News 6 May 2009; "Williams finishes basic" - Alyssa Michelle Williams
  103. Burnet Bulletin 11 Feb 2008; Military News - Tami Hernandez, Timothy R. Hernandez
  104. River Cities Tribune 1 Feb 2006; Military News - Donald G. Barton, Kelley R. Toppe
  105. River Cities Tribune 17 Mar 2006; Military News - Joshua N. Phillips, Victoria L. Shearer
  106. The Llano News 15 Aug 2007; "Army Pvt. (Kristopher I.) Howard graduates from Basic Combat Training"
  107. The Llano News 29 Aug 2007; "Air Force Capt. Troy L. McGath deployed to Iraq"
  108. The Llano News 1 Aug 2007 "Marine Coming home" - Lucas H. Schaeffer
  109. Llano News 31 Oct 2007; "Kingsland, Llano to raise funds for Cav homecoming"
  110. Llano County Journal 1 July 2009; "Bagley finishes basic" - Nathaniel C. Bagley
  111. Burnet Bulletin 15 Sep 2010; "Rowland receives commission" - Benjamin Rowland
  112. The Highlander 2-5 Dec 2011; "A Holiday Homecoming" - Major Mike Williams
  113. Highland Lakes Weekly undated; Officers from VFW presents Sgt. William J. Moore with Certificate of Appreciation for his 4 deployments to Iraq
  114. Burnet Bulletin 9 May 2012; "Capt. Meghann O. Plumlee returns home to U.S."
  115. The Highlander 1 April 2014; "Colonel: Marble Falls Officer 'stands out'" - Mike Williams
  116. The Llano News and Horseshoe Bay Beacon 9 Nov 2016; "From firepower to flower power" "Local veteran turns ammo casings into flowers" by Tracee Beebe. About Charles Sexton who spent 20 years in the Army and National Guard.
Mexican War
  1. The Llano News 27 Mar 2013; "Don't Forget Texas and the Mexican War" by Karylon Hallmark Russell. Includes pictures of tombstones for Dr. John Duff Brown, Sr. and Gabriel Choat.
Anderson Mill
  1. Brochure entitled "Kingdom in the Hills" presented by Anderson Mill Gardners, Austin Area Garden Center Flower Show, dated 18-19 April 1959. Names mentioned include: Thomas Anderson, Abe Anderson, Ed Anderson, Nick Hays, Ephriam Toungate.
  2. An open letter to Anderson Mill Gardenists, Volente, Texas, entitled "The Kingdom in the Hills" by W. D. (Bill) Anderson (4 pages). Includes information on Travis Peak Community, with information on Herman L. Hensel family.
  3. Austin American-Statesman 3 Oct 1965; picture of Anderson Mill, important in stone milling days.
  4. "Remember 'land of used to be'" by Lucile O'Donnell from unknown, undated newspaper. Article gives history of Anderson Mill.
Burnet Mill Explosion
  1. Burnet Bulletin 31 Aug 1967; "The Mill Accident"; names mentioned include: C. L. Anderson, John Smart, Bryce Smart Sr., H.H. Hall, Johnny Blackburn. Explosion happened 1 Jan 1880. (2 copies)
  2. "Frontier Times" dated August 1 H929. Page 464 is article entitled "Explosion at Burnet Mill.".
  3. "Old Mill on Hamilton Creek" - includes picture of mill.
  4. Copy of picture "PeacockMinnieRollerFlourMill.jpg.
Chadwick's Mill
  1. The Lampasas Record 30 May 1968; "Chadwick's Mill Was Engineering Feat in 1880's" by Lucius M. Stephens. Includes history of Henry A. Chadwick. Mill is located in Lampasas County.
Morgan Mill
  1.  Information on Morgan Mill copied from "Council Creek Calling" b W. P. Fry. Mill was built by Josiah Greer.
Morman Mill
  1. See also Cemeteries, Morman Mill
  2. Folder with picture of the Mill
  3. Copy of Burnet County map with location of mill marked.
  4. "Some True History About Morman Mill" by Nannie Moore Kinser
  5. "Mills of Yesteryear" by A. T. Jackson, copyright 1971; Chapter V-Mormon Millers includes Morman Mill information., pages
  6. Group of index cards on Morman Mill. Begins with Conrad Rohrer.
  7. Brochure on Joseph Smith
  8. 3 post cards  of the Morman Temple in Salt Lake City
  9. "The Lyman Wight Colony in Texas" by Heman Hale Smith, pages 23-38
  10. "Frontier Times" Vol 18 7/41, pg 463; "Memories of Mormon Hill" by Ida Babcock Hall
  11. "Frontier Times" Vol 18 6/1941, pg 385, "Lyman Wight and the Mormans in Texas" by T. U. Taylor
  12. 2 pages written by Nannie Moore Kinser dated 12 Dec 1935. Copy of Letter Written to Mary Kinser Holland dated May 16, 1949
  13. 1 page of information on Wight family
  14. Copy of picture of Mormon Mill
  15. Information on State Marker
  16. Photograph of mill - 4 pages
  17. Handwritten information on mill
  18. Marble Falls Messenger 6 Aug 1931; "The Old Mormon Mill"
  19. Marble Falls Messenger 21 June 1962; "History of Mormon Mill" by Lena Rummel
  20. The American-Statesman 8 July 1962; "Lot of Mormons Was Tough One" by R. B. Hess
  21. The Highlander 2 Apr 1970; photograph of "Beautiful Mormon Mill
  22. The Highlander 15 July 1971; "Mormon Mill Site Renowned, Scenic" by Alta Holland Gibbs
  23. The Highlander 15 Mar 1973; "Smithwick in Burnet County" by Tad Moses; Includes picture of mill and Noah Smithwick.
  24. The Burnet County Bulletin 13 June 1974; "The Mormon Mill Story" by Darrell Debo.
  25. "Burnet County's Forgotten Mormons" by Alta Holland Gibbs
  26. Burnet Bulletin 22 Aug 1974; "Old Mormon Mill Scenic Beauty Spot" by Darrell Debo
  27. The Highlander 17 Oct 1974; "By the Old Mill Stream" by Stella Gipson Polk
  28. The Highlander 20 Dec 1979; "Historic Mormon Mill sold to family" by Nick Lasorsa. Includes picture of mill and State marker
  29. Marble Falls Messenger 25 July 1974; "A Good Idea: Mormon Mill State Park"
  30. Unknown newspaper dated 5 Dec 1974; "Mormon Mill Strikes Out as State Park" by David Crowder
  31. Burnet Bulletin 26 April 1979; "Cooperative Won't Be Buying Mormon Mill Land". Milifall Cooperative, Inc., will not be purchasing the property around and including historic Mormon Mill says James H. Frasier, a member of the family which owns tract.
  32. Article from unknown, undated newspaper entitled "The First Settlers, includes information on the mill.
  33. Unknown, undated newspaper; "Mormons were once prosperous here" by Lucille O'Donnell.
  34. The Picayune 5 Dec 2001; "The Mormon Influence on Burnet County" by Linda Ware
  35. Unknown, undated newspaper; "Old Mormon Mill Is Rich In Scenic and Historical Lore"
Mission San Saba, 1905
  1. "Rise and Fall of the Mission San Saba" by John W. Hunter, Mason, Texas

  1. "Quarrying and Mining" - copied from Burnet County History Vol 1
  2. The Highlander "Beasley's lost cave of silver" by C. L. Yarbrough
  3. Burnet Bulletin 30 Sep 1879; "Rich Ore" - A. M. Jackson of Hickory creek just returned from the mines in Llano.

Mormons In Texas
  1. The Radio Post 6 May 1971; "The Story of Lyman Wight -- The Wild Ram of the Mountains" by Ken Knopp
  2. Austin American-Statesman 11 Dec 1971; "Mormons Camped Near Webberville" by Sara Rider
  3. "Morman Mill Colony" by Alta Holland Gibbs + "Mormons in Texas" by C. Stanley Banks + "Lyman Wight"
  4. "Mormon Millers" - "Mormon-Smithwick Mill"
Moses, Tad Misc. Notes
  1. Also see: Moses, et al in Surname File
  2. Notes  on George Washington  Gaddy and Family; draft by Frank C. Rigler
  3. Hill Country History...Journey of Death for the Vans (Third and final article of a 3-part series on Logan Vandeveer, Burnet County pioneer). Draft Copy
  4. Correspondence from Tad Moses to Eldon Branda and reply on Logan Vandeveer
  5. Description of picture of granite block that became part of building built by Logan Vandeveer in 1854 that became Masonic Lodge 175.
  6. Misc notes
Mt. Zion Camp Meetings
  1. Frontier Times undated; "The Old-Time Campmeeting" by L.C.C., in Burnet Bulletin
Mud (Community) - Travis County
  1. Marble Falls Messenger 16 Feb 1922; "Mud Happenings" - some names mentioned include: F. C. Collier, Minnie Hobbs, Willie Rosenbusch, Walter Foss, Ben Profitt, Darrell Lindsey, Lester Bowles, Mrytle Maugham
  2. Application to Post Office Department to change site of the Mud Post Office.

Falls on the Colorado (Marble Falls Museum)
  1. Brochure
  2. 125th Commemorative Calendar for 2012, celebrating the founding of Marble Falls
  3. Unidentified picture of couple standing in front of the Granite Building
  4. The Picayune 7 July 1999; "Preserving history at The Falls on the Colorado Museum" by Jane Knapik. Includes picture of Madolyn Frasier and Billy Becker.
  5. River Cities Tribune 28 Jan 2000; "Falls on the Colorado Museum hoors Richter, Roper at membership meeting"
  6. River Cities Tribune 18 Jun 2004; "Falls on the Colorado Museum signs lease downtown" - includes pictures of the old M.H. Reed Building, Citizens Bank Building, and B. Badger and Sons and Turner Evans buildings.
  7. The River Cities Tribune 13 Aug 2004; "Museum announces Historic Preservation Award winners".
  8. The Picayune 20 Apr 2005; "Museum invites folks to share stories on the great falls" Includes copy of 1904 picture of the falls.
  9. The Highlander  28 Sep 2007; "Museum features  A Kitchen Without Power" by Dorothy Crockett. Includes pictures of Billy Becker and Fran McSpadden
  10. The Picayune  21 July 2010; "Marble Falls museum may be moving to Granite Building" by Daniel Clifton
  11. Hill Country magazine  Fal 2010; "Preserving the history of Marble Falls" by John Hallowell.
  12. Highland Lakes Weekly 15 July 2011; "Telling the story of Marble Falls" by John Hallowell.
  13. Lake Country Life 11-17 July 2012; "Founders Day celebration marks 125 years of community" by Adam Troxtell.
  14. The Picayune 11 July 2012; "Falls museum needs help to preserve past" by Daniel Clifton. Includes picture of Billy Becker
  15. Highland Lakes Weekly 19 July 2013; picture of display that details the life of Adam R. Johnson.
  16. Highland Lakes Weekly 4 Apr 2014; picture of The Falls on the Colorado Museum on Broadway in Marble Falls.
  17. The Picayune 9 Apr 2014; "Falls on the Colorado Museum needs you" by Caryl Calsyn.
  18. The Highlander 2 June 2014; "Rotarians, museum partner to build bench for butterflies" by Emily Hilley-Sierzchula.
  19. Highland Lakes Weekly 4 July 2014; "Founders Day July 12 in Marble Falls".
  20. The Picayune 4 Feb 2015; "Organizers say there is a disconnect between (youth) and their history"  - "A shared history" - museum, church join together to educate community about the contributions of black residents.
  21. Highland Lakes Weekly 8 Jan 2016; Picture of Quanah Parker announcing new photographic exhibit at museum.
  22. The Highlander 12 Jan 2016; "Falls on the Colorado to open Quanah Parker exhibit on Friday"
  23. The Picayune 13 Jan 2016; "Falls on Colorado Museum telling important story in Texas history" by Jennifer Fierro. About new exhibit honoring the legacy of Comanche chief Quanah Parker.
  24. Highland Lakes Weekly 15 Jan 2016; picture of The Falls on Colorado Museum announcing Quanah Parker exhibit.
  25. Highland Lakes Weekly March 2016; "2016/Best Community Volunteer" - about Frances Hefner McSpadden.
  26. The Highlander  22 April 2016; "Old Granite School getting ADA upgrade through donations"
  27. Highland Lakes Weekly 1 July 2016; The Falls on the Colorado Museum will host its annual Marble Falls Founders Day celebration on Saturday July 9th. Picture of the museum.
  28. The Highlander 5 July 2016; "Founders Day exhibit at Falls on the Colorado celebrates German immigration to Texas" includes picture of the family of the Rev. Adolph Fuchs, early German immigrants to Marble Falls.
  29. The Picayune 6 July 2016; "Founders Day celebrates Marble Falls history and German heritage"
  30. The Highlander 8 July 2016; "Celebrate Founders Day Saturday, July 9"
  31. Highland Lakes Weekly 8 July 2016; "Upcoming Events" - picture of Marjorie Phipps discussing 1915 photo of downtown Marble Falls.
  32. The Highlander 8 July 2016; FOCM will host annual Marble Falls Founders Day.
  33. The Highlander 12 July 12 2016; picture of Virginia Roberts chatting with Kevin Klaus of the Texas General Land Office, who was speaker at Founders Day celebration
  34. The Picayune 27 July 2016; "This Old Floor" by Jennifer Fierro. Floor from Marble Falls ISD first gymnasium has received new life at FOCM.
  35. The Highlander 7 Oct 2016; "Arrowheads, artifacts and archaeology coming to FOCM" celebrating Archeology Month.
  36. The Picayune 19 Oct 2016; "Have an ancient artifact? Find out what it is" by Jennifer Fierro. FOCM brings together collectors and experts.
  37. The Highlander 25 Oct 2016; "FOCM celebrates archaeology" with pictures of the event.
  38. The Highlander 28 Oct 2016; "Mormon Mill exhibit opens Nov. 5"
  39. The Picayune 2 Nov 2016; "Falls on the Colorado to open Mormon Mill Exhibit" 
  40. The Highlander 4 Nov 2016; "FOCM, Rotary Club join forces to honor veterans.
  41. Highland Lakes Weekly 4 Nov 2016; under Upcoming Events appears a picture of an exhibit at The Falls on the Colorado Museum.
  42. The Highlander 15 Nov 2016; picture of The Bluebonnet Chorale providing a patriotic music program at the 2016 Veterans Day Ceremony held at the Falls on the Colorado Museum.
  43. The Picayune 15 Feb 2017; "The fabric of a community" by Jennifer Fierro. Includes two wedding dresses from different time periods.
  44. The Highlander 18 April 2017; "Museum seeks navy uniforms, antique stove" - includes pictures of items needed.
  45. The Picayune 19 Apr 2017; "Falls on the Colorado Museum looking for Navy uniform, wood stove to complete exhibits" by Jennifer Fierro.
  46. The Picayune 14 June 2017; "Rockie's road to discovery" by Jennifer Fierro. 700-year old bison skull dug up in Briggs on display at Falls on the Colorado.
  47. The Highlander 4 July 2017; "Marble Falls to celebrate Founders Day Saturday, July 8." Guest speaker will be Harry J. Shafer, PhD.
  48. The Highlander 11 July 2017; "Founders Day at Falls on the Colorado." Includes pictures of Harry J. Shafer, Jean & Nancy Ebling, Vashti Tucker, Lezlie Russell Markey, and Ross and Alice Johnson.
  49. Highland Lakes Weekly 14 July 2017; "Marble Falls Founders Day" - 3 pictures of the event.
  50. The Highlander 18 July 2017; "Fundraising for 'Rockie' at Falls on the Colorado Museum". Article includes photo of David Calme, Ryan Murray, and Bruce Turner. Rockie is an exhibit of bones from a 700 year-old bison.
  51. The Picayune 26 July 2017; "Help put Rockie the bison Back together again" with photos.
  52. The Picayune 13 Sep 2017; "&00-year-old bison skeleton on its way to completion"
  53. The Highlander 29 Sep 2017; "Celebrate earth science and National Fossil Day at FOCM."
  54. The Picayune 7 Feb 2018; "Granite Shoals, Cottonwood Shores on display" by Jennifer Fierro. Also separate article entitled "Faces from the Past" - FOCM needs help identifying subject of hundreds of old photos donated from Madolyn Frasier estate.
Pioneer Museum
  1. The Highlander 8 Sep 1977; "Look for the blue Buddha with The plastic bag over its head" by David Crowder. Includes a picture of pioneer proprietor Mrs. Vera Mather.
  2. Copy from Facebook page entitled "You know you're from Burnet when... - includes picture of museum.
  3. Envelope of pictures of the Pioneer MuseumC
  4. Citizens Gazette 22 Mar 2017; "Opening a Door To A time Past" -  contents of museum being sold a 2-day sale.
Highland Lakes Air Museum
  1. Lake Country Life 4-10 July 2007; "Air Americana" by Chris Crews. Includes picture of the Bluebonnet Belle.