Parker County Clerk Jeane Brunson’s menu of online documents is quite impressive. Log onto http://www.parker.tx.us.landata.com and find out all that’s available to you online.
Jeane and her experienced and dedicated staff take great pride in the service they provide both in-house and online.
Historical Parker County is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing counties in the state. Established in 1855, Parker County is a neighbor of Tarrant County to the west, with Weatherford being the county seat. Having an estimated population of 107,400, Parker County offers easy access to Ft. Worth and Dallas via I-20 and I-30. The crown jewel of Parker County is the circa 1886 Courthouse located in the heart of Weatherford, and is the center of the county. Indian raids, cowboys, and cattle drives helped create the rich western heritage of Parker County.
Famous inhabitants include cattle drivers Oliver Loving and Charles Goodnight, who served as models for Larry McMurtry’s novel “Lonesome Dove”, and Larry Hagman, the famous J.R. Ewing in the T.V. series, “Dallas”. Another notable figure is “Peter Pan” of Broadway fame, Mary Martin. Known as the “Peach Capitol of Texas” and the “Cutting Horse Capitol of the World”, Parker County boasts not only beautiful rolling hills, well-groomed orchards, and lush grasslands, but thriving industry and friendly people.
With the expert assistance of the County Clerk’s staff, Commissioner John Roth, Chair of the Technology Committee; and the Commissioner’s Court, Jeane takes great pleasure in being able to offer the records of Parker County to you on-line.