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Webb Chapel Cemetery Association
Farmers Branch, Texas

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HERITAGE

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  Dallas Morning News Historical Archives


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History

Carrollton-Farmers Branch TXGenWeb
Peters Colony Historical Society officer, Ed Williams, assumed control of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch web site for the TXGenWeb project in early 2007. Ed has done a tremendous job in uploading information to this site. He has scanned all of the Carrollton High School yearbooks. He is regularly uploading biographies and obituaries. The yearbook photos, biographies, obituaries, and cemetery listings are all cross-linked with each other. This is an exciting location to learn more about the history of this area. There is even a section on Webb Chapel Cemetery.

History of Farmer's Branch

Farmers Branch Historical Park


City of Carrollton's History


The Handbook of Texas Online

Jim Wheat's Dallas County Texas Archives
Jim Wheat has done an excellent job of posting a wide variety of information about Dallas County, Texas history on his website. Ancestors and descendants of persons buried at Webb Chapel Cemetery are mentioned on several pages. You can spend many pleasant hours of exploration there.



Other Researchers

Winchester Genealogy
Jane Loretta Frank is researching the descendants of Willoughby and Mary Wallace Winchester. One of the major descendant lines that interlocks with Webb Chapel Cemetery is the Gravely/Gravley family line. If you are interested in this family, take a look at her website where you will find a database containing 10 Winchester generations. Jane completed her book "Passages - Ten Winchester Generations" in November 2011 and it is for sale on her website.



Historical/Genealogical Societies

Peters Colony Historical Society

Dallas County Pioneer Association

Dallas Genealogical Society

Irving Genealogical Society has merged with the Mid-Cities Genealogical Society



Research Resources

Dallas Morning News Historical Archives

Dallas Public Library

Genealogy Section, J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 8th floor
The Genealogy Section of the Dallas Public Library contains one of the largest and most comprehensive collections for family history research in the Southwest.

Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division, J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 7th floor
The collection of materials at the Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division is one of the largest of its kind in the nation. Our holdings span many aspects of the diverse history of not only Dallas and the surrounding area, but the entire state of Texas

FindAGrave
This is becoming a better resource every day. You can find transcriptions of headstones in cemeteries all over the country. Often you will find a photograph of the headstone. It is not unusual now to find an obituary and sometimes even a photograph of the person. The data is uploaded by volunteers, so check back often. Webb Chapel Cemetery at FindAGrave.
 

The Portal to Texas History
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FamilySearch
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If you would like to discuss
the Webb Chapel Cemetery Association
or the people interred at Webb Chapel Cemetery and their descendants,
please E-Mail Jan Jones at:

jjbead@prodigy.net