Fort Bend County District Clerk Announces Opening of Historical Documents Room

Fort Bend County District Clerk Announces Opening of Historical Documents Room

Beverley McGrew Walker, Fort Bend County District Clerk, is delighted to announce to the residents of Fort Bend County that the Historical Documents Room is open for public viewing. District Clerk, Beverley McGrew Walker said, “this exciting opportunity allows the community to explore and appreciate the rich history of Fort Bend County through our extensive collection of historical documents.”

The Fort Bend County District Clerk’s Historical Documents Room offers a unique glimpse into the past, showcasing important records that highlight the county’s development and heritage. We encourage history enthusiasts, researchers, students, and all interested residents to take advantage of this valuable

“To ensure a smooth and organized experience, we require that all visits to the Historical Documents Room be scheduled by appointment,” says Chief Deputy Jesus Acevedo. When requesting an appointment, our customer service team will provide information on available times and dates during our
regular business hours. They will assist you in scheduling a convenient time for your visit.

How to Schedule an Appointment:

Contact our office at 281-341-4509 or email us at

Our customer service representatives will inform you of the available times and dates for viewing the
Historical Documents Room during office business hours.

In addition to in-person access, we are excited to introduce Quick Link Access, an online resource allowing electronic searches of our Historic Index and Minute Books. This website is designed to offer 24-hour internet-based remote access to our historic records as an alternative to in-person courthouse access. Quick Link Access includes historic Criminal, Civil, and Family index and minute books, ranging from 1821-1980. This valuable tool ensures that our county’s historical records are accessible to a wider audience, providing convenience and flexibility for those who wish to conduct research from the comfort of their own homes.

To access the historic records online, please visit