|One computer is specifically dedicated to genealogy research. The online resources and a Family Tree Maker Program
allow you to build your own family tree, research passenger logs from early voyages to the Americas and save all of your
family information to your own storage device. Our collections currently include:
Yoakum City Birth Records 1910 - 1946
Yoakum City Death Records 1910 - 1947
Yoakum Herald Times, Death Records Index (incomplete) 1898 - 1942
Yoakum Herald Times Highlights
Beck - Buffington Funeral Home Information 1910 - 1973
Obituaries 1898 - Present
DeWitt & Lavaca County Cemetery Records
DeWitt & Lavaca County Marriage Records
DeWitt & Lavaca County History Records
School Year Books 1898 - 2007
San Antonio Aransas Pass Railroad History
|Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
|Carl & Mary Welhausen Library
810 Front Street
Yoakum, TX 77995
Phone #: (361) 293-5001
|If you are an active patron of the Carl and Mary Welhausen Library, you have FREE access to these resources (below) through
TexShare. This database service is paid for 100% by the Library and made possible by the Texas State Library and Archives
Commission funding resources.
PLEASE CALL THE LIBRARY FOR LOGIN INFORMATION.
Your account information will be verified prior to releasing the password.
1) Please click on "Choose Your Library" in the upper right hand corner of the TexShare screen, 2) Select the Carl and Mary
Welhausen Library, 3) Enter in the password you have been given by library staff, 4) Click on "Access", 5) Locate the service
listed below that you wish to access.
|Other Helpful Genealogy Resources
|Portal to Texas History
Yoakum Newspapers - 1890 to present
Through the generosity of the Tocker
Foundation and the University of North
Texas, the Yoakum newspapers are being
uploaded to this database and are available
for research, viewing, and printing to
1887 - 1987
View this book in its entirety by also visiting
the Portal (click on book image to the left).
|If you are an active patron, please give us a call at 361-293-5001
for the sign in credentials.
Resources available include: This is Who We Were in 1492-1775,
1880-1899, 1900s, 1910s. 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s,
1990s, 2000s, 2010s, The Value of a Dollar, Working Americans:
Farming & Ranching