Finding Classmates

As of as of October 20, 2015 , we have an address for all of our classmates.

Research Needed to Locate One Classmate

Physical Location Research:

  1. Marriage Records at McLennan County Court House. Usually for female classmates only. Finding spouse helps in later internet research.
  2. Court Records at McLennan County Court House for business or other court records, divorce, etc.
  3. Waco Public Library or State of Texas Library at Austin. Old City Directories
  4. Waco Public Library in archives of Waco News Tribune and Waco Times Herald old microfilm newspapers

Internet Searches:

  1. Full legal name required. Graduation List of Waco High 1960 is very helpful.
  2. Classmate’s clues; Town Crier; Tiger Tales, web site list of missing. Clues by classmates help narrow the search.
  3. Past Waco High School Reunion directories
  4. Birth records of classmates and siblings for McLennan County Texas, years 1930-1947.
  5. Siblings of Classmates who might be on Facebook or other internet sites
  6. Google and Yahoo
  7. Facebook
  8. Obituaries for parents. Obit usually lists the siblings and close family members. Excellent source for female classmates who may have married for second time. Obits contain other info, towns, etc
  9. Spouse obituaries
  10. Social Security Death Index
  11. Genealogy research on (requires paid membership). This site list additional cousins, aunts, uncles, nephews,
  12. People Finders ( requires paid membership and fee for per member full listing report)
  13. State of Texas License holder; Lawyers; Real Estate Brokers; Doctors; or other professional licenses.
  14. Family research includes; Siblings; children of Classmates;
  15. University Alumni
  16. Police or Sheriff officers in small towns
  17. Postmasters in small towns
  18. Ex-Spouses
  19. Past Employers HR Departments
  20. Returned letter from post office which list new forwarding address
  21. Political Organizations
  22. Property Tax Records