Williamson County, Texas Index to Probate Cases 1848-1938


Created in 1848 out of the lands of Milam County, Williamson County was named for Judge Robert M. Williamson, known as “three legged Willie”, since he could leave the bench where he presided with dignity and be dancing within the hour. These probate cases are indexed by the names of the deceased persons, minors and other principals with reference to the filing date of the case and the case number. This latter number is vital in your search for the original records as the clerk can only access the material by this case number.

WPA Records

(1941), 2000, paper, 88 pp.

ISBN: 9780788483004