19,202 Birth Records
Wise County, Texas
1860's to the 1930's
Click here to go back to the "Searcher" that finds names in all of these pages
(Tip - - First find the family with the alphabet buttons below)
(Then look for the birth certificate online under BC's by Name or Number)
information for these data tables came from microfilm provided by the
LDS Church Library System. (Digitized from Microfilm Family History
Library (LDS) rolls
1819973, 1819974, 1822365, 1822366, 1822367, 1822368, 1822369, 1822370). These microfilms were made in Decatur, Wise County, TX around the last months of 1991. The microfilms had images of birth certificates, amended birth certificates, corrected birth certificates, and images of 434 pages of an index of the certificates (see one page below). In 2007 David Pitts took digital pictures of all the images on the microfilms at the LDS Library in Houston. We then cropped the pictures, numbered them, and gathered the data for the tables in the alphabetical link buttons above. Additional information came from the book Birth Records Wise County, Texas (1864-1902), compiled by Julian G. Allen in 1986. Other information was added from local cemetery records, marriage records, and personal knowledge. Most of this extra information will be in parenthesis.
for alternant spellings and errors in this data
keeping with the “freedom of information act”,
We have images of the actual birth certificates for 9,500 individuals. Some are not filled in with very much
information, but the ones with corrected or amended certificates are
better. These will have an "a" additional certificate number.
We DO NOT have images of the certificate numbers with [brackets] around
the number. Those were issued as delayed certificates and they were not
on the microfilms. We also do not have images for some of the ones from
Most of the information on the birth certificates will be in our data. The actual certificates may have the city or county of the parent's birth, their age, occupation, and number of other children. We did not put those things in our data tables.
Image of Index Page