Palo Pinto County
The information provided below should help you locate your ancestors if they were in the Palo Pinto County area. As more census records become available, I will link to them. Meanwhile you can access them by microfilm at some local libraries, LDS libraries, and the regional national archives. Most libraries can order them as an interlibrary loan if they have a microfilm machine.
1820 - The area later called Palo Pinto County is in Spanish Texas
1830 - The area later called Palo Pinto County is in Mexican Texas
1840 - The area later called Palo Pinto County is in Republic of Texas. Part of it is in Robertson County, part in Bexar County, and part in Milam County. The Republic of Texas did not take a national census however its yearly county tax lists can provide a partial substitute.
1850 - The first United States Census had about half of the area later called Palo Pinto County is in Navarro County, with the other half in Milam County.
County Census - Use your back button to return to this page.
1860 - Palo Pinto County, Texas - The first Federal Census for Palo Pinto County. It included a small portion which later became Erath County. Available through SK Publishing.
1870 Federal Census - Palo Pinto County, Texas - The census does not appear to be available for Palo Pinto for this year. It does not appear to have been enumerated separately.
1880 Federal Census - Palo Pinto County, Texas - Available through SK Publishing.
1890 Veterans and Widows Census - This was a census of the Union Soldiers and their widows, however some Confederates were included in the census.
1890 Federal Census for Palo Pinto County was destroyed.
1910 Federal Census - online book;
1920 Federal Census- online book;
1940 Federal Census - Click on Census Schedules - Click on Description to get the enumeration districts
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