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  1. http://www.sargmc.org/ Luncheons Normal dinner meetings held at the Elks Lodge are $25.00 per person. Annual holiday luncheon is $35.00 per person. This website provides limted information as to their location or area of operation. I assume Fairfax.
  2. The chapter is fortunate to reside in such a historically rich geography that allows annual participation in such exciting events on our nation’s history. Many of these take place predominately around and in our Nation’s Capital, Old Town Alexandria and Fairfax cities, Mount Vernon and across the Middle Atlantic States. Additional activities include honoring our local law enforcement officers and firefighters with SAR awards, judging youth poster and oratorical contests, honoring local Patriots by marking their graves and/or enjoying a fabulous lunch or dinner with a captivating speaker. New members have so many ways to get involved in the work of the SAR. Our members are also active at the state and national levels of the SAR, serving as national officers, state officers and as state and national committee members. In all of our programs and events, SAR members work diligently to remember and honor the Patriots who won our freedom to form our proud nation. Our collective efforts perpetuate their legacies to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, patriotism and respect for our national symbols, including but not limited to promoting pride in being American citizens and the unifying force of e pluribus unum (Out of many, One) that has created, from the people of many nations, one nation and one people. http://www.fairfaxresolvessar.org/ Our regular monthly meetings are held September through May across a diverse set of venues such as historic Gadsby’s Tavern in Alexandria, VA, The Mount Vernon Inn and once a quarter at the beautiful Country Club of Fairfax near George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. These meetings generally feature a prominent speaker in a field related to the American Revolution, U.S. history and government, or other key issues of the day.
  3. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cwgcsar/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel The Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), is the largest male lineage organization in the U.S. It consists of 50 societies with more than 500 local chapters, several international societies and over 34,000 members. SAR is dedicated to assisting our members, schools, teachers and the general public in their efforts to sustain and preserve our history and constitutional principles. The Colonel William Grayson Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is based in the Gainesville/Haymarket area of Prince William County in Northern Virginia. We serve Prince William County and Western Fairfax County. We were selected by the Virginia Society for 2016 as the Best Very Large Sons of the American Revolution Chapter in the Commonwealth of Virginia. http://colonelwilliamgrayson.virginia-sar.org/
  4. Welcome you to the website of the Fairfax Genealogical Society (FxGS)! The Society provides education and training for family history researchers in the Fairfax County, Virginia, area. Although based in Fairfax, many of our members are not native to the area and so our research endeavors are not restricted to local genealogy. Indeed our interests are national and international in scope as may be reflected in the breadth of our varied Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Given our location, across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., the Society incorporates into its general activities such fine research facilities as the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) library. We invite you to explore this website for more information and to join us for our next program. We hope you will come back again and, of course, we would love for you to consider membership in our Society. http://www.fxgs.org/
  5. Historic Fairfax City Inc. (HFCI) is dedicated to promoting the appreciation and preservation of the history and artifacts of the City of Fairfax as an experience central to the lives of the community. HFCI, a 501© 3 non-profit, was created by the Fairfax City Council in 1982 to help manage and preserve historic properties within the City of Fairfax and to increase the public’s awareness and appreciation for those properties and for the City’s rich history. http://www.historicfairfax.org/
  6. MISSION STATEMENT Since April 5, 1976, Historic Vienna, Inc. (HVI) has served as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to: Preserving and promoting Vienna’s heritage through the identification, preservation, and interpretation of historically significant places, events, and persons Educating the public through permanent and revolving exhibits, outreach programs, special events and publications Enhancing a spirit of community through an awareness of Vienna’s past What Does HVI Do? Identifies, preserves, and operates sites and structures of historical significance, such as The Freeman Store and Museum and the Little Library Acquires and exhibits artifacts of historical interest Conducts educational presentations and tours for students and civic groups Maintains and operates the Freeman Store offering Vienna and Virginia souvenirs, arts and crafts, books and penny candy Coordinates annual events, such as ‘Walk On The Hill,” antique appraisals and Santa Claus at Christmas time Serves as a recipient of gifts, legacies, and bequests for on-going preservation and historic activities http://historicviennainc.org/
  7. There were several attempts to organize a Fairfax County Historical Society. The earliest occurred in 1878 when on January 12th "Pursuant to public notice, a number of citizens of Fairfax County assembled at the house of Charles Ballinger, …for the purpose of organizing a County Historical Society." Subsequent other attempts were made to organize without success. The present Historical Society of Fairfax County was organized on February 18, 1950. HSFC is the oldest organization of its kind in Fairfax County. The chief mission of the Historical Society of Fairfax County is the promotion and preservation of the history of the Fairfax County. The society's mission is primarily fulfilled through the publication of a biennial Yearbook that contains historical and scholarly articles relative to Fairfax County. http://www.fairfaxhistoricalsociety.org/
  8. Our Mission The Lorton Heritage Society is a non-profit organization of individuals interested in the preservation and expansion of knowledge about the historical and cultural heritage of Lorton, with geographical focus on the Occoquan River and Pohick Bay areas. Our Goals To collect, catalog and preserve documents, oral histories and other physical material related to the heritage of the Lorton community; To promote and protect the heritage of the Lorton area; To sponsor history programs and activities for the education and enrichment of students and citizens; To publish information about the history of Lorton; To provide resources for those interested in the heritage of the Lorton Community; To raise funds for the promotion and preservation of the heritage of the Lorton community. http://www.lortonheritagesociety.org/
  9. Over the years, there have been multiple accounts of the history of Great Falls, Virginia; each with its own different perspective. Below, we have a history of Great Falls written by Milburn P. Sanders, the Great Falls Historical Society's first president, and a history of Great Falls Park by the National Park Service (NPS). http://gfhs.org/
  10. The Herndon Historical Society was founded in 1971. Its purpose, as stated in the Society's constitution, is “…to bring together those people interested in history, and especially in the history of the Herndon, Virginia, area.” The Society established a museum in conjunction with the Town’s centennial celebration in 1976. The museum, which is open from noon to 3pm on Sundays March through mid-December, is located in Herndon’s historic train depot adjacent to the WO&D trail in the heart of the downtown. The museum contains an array of materials and collectibles that illustrate the life, conditions, events, and activities of Herndon and the surrounding area. http://www.herndonhistoricalsociety.org/ Like this
  11. We created this page to display county information for each state. Our team is engaged in building out the content to populate this page, sharing genealogy and history information. In the near future, we will be adding our library records which contain Books, Newspapers, Photos, Postcards, and other unique materials. Some of these are being presented to connect descendants with their family heirlooms (postcards, journals, Bibles). These library records will also be useful to those wanting assistance in finding an entry for their ancestors; we will perform "lookups" as time permits. If you have suggestions for content or basic input on the website, send us a message. We would be happy to incorporate your ideas. As we continue to populate this page, it should become more useful in your research so please check back soon!
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