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Re: [TX] Texas Birth Certificates, 1903-1934

You're welcome, I did find a BC for a relative, frustrating that the child's name wasn't on it and doesn't appear that a correction was made to that BC.

I think there are more to come (upload), I surely do hope so, some collections they have uploaded and never seemed to update them, and those collections have less than 1,000 records, but it does take time.

I'm glad there is a search feature, at first it was not accessible, but it appears it is now. I have plenty of family in Texas and I know there are birth certificates for more than one person, of course some counties may have not gotten with the program until much later, still.

About the Hawkins, mine were in South Carolina between at least 1870 to 1950 (and on). I did have an uncle who lived and died in San Antonio, Texas, however, as far as his obit goes (2005) none of his children are living in Texas.


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