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  1. http://www.tnssar.org/kingsmountain.html Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month, except January and July, at 6:00pm at The Depot room in the Franklin Commons Food City, 920 North State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN 37604. All members of the Sons of the American Revolution, spouses, and their guests are invited and welcome to attend. Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month, except January and July, at 6:00pm at The Depot room in the Franklin Commons Food City, 920 North State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN 37604. All members of the Sons of the American Revolution, spouses, and their guests are invited and welcome to attend. View full record
  2. http://www.tnssar.org/kingsmountain.html Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month, except January and July, at 6:00pm at The Depot room in the Franklin Commons Food City, 920 North State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN 37604. All members of the Sons of the American Revolution, spouses, and their guests are invited and welcome to attend. Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month, except January and July, at 6:00pm at The Depot room in the Franklin Commons Food City, 920 North State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN 37604. All members of the Sons of the American Revolution, spouses, and their guests are invited and welcome to attend.
  3. The Compatriots of the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter invite you to join our ranks as we strive to keep patriotism and the memory of our Revolutionary War heritage burning in the hearts and minds of every American, young and old. The Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is a lineage based organization serving the Virginia Piedmont of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, Greene, and Rappahannock Counties. https://sites.google.com/site/culpeperminutemensite/ We have meetings on the 3rd Saturday of the month, with exceptions to avoid conflicts with other events, and do not hold local meetings in February, August, or September. One meeting a year, in April, is held at Graves Mountain Lodge in Syria, VA. Other monthly meetings are held at locations such as Luigi's Restaurant in Culpeper, The Inn at Kelly's Ford in Remington, Poplar Springs Manor in Casanova, Inn at Willow Grove in Orange, Little Fork Church in Rixeyville, and Fauquier Springs Country Club in Warrenton. View full record
  4. The Compatriots of the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter invite you to join our ranks as we strive to keep patriotism and the memory of our Revolutionary War heritage burning in the hearts and minds of every American, young and old. The Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is a lineage based organization serving the Virginia Piedmont of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, Greene, and Rappahannock Counties. https://sites.google.com/site/culpeperminutemensite/ We have meetings on the 3rd Saturday of the month, with exceptions to avoid conflicts with other events, and do not hold local meetings in February, August, or September. One meeting a year, in April, is held at Graves Mountain Lodge in Syria, VA. Other monthly meetings are held at locations such as Luigi's Restaurant in Culpeper, The Inn at Kelly's Ford in Remington, Poplar Springs Manor in Casanova, Inn at Willow Grove in Orange, Little Fork Church in Rixeyville, and Fauquier Springs Country Club in Warrenton.
  5. http://www.sarathenschapter.org/index.html The Athens Chapter serves the counties of Clarke, Greene, Madison, Morgan, Oconee and Oglethorpe and a portion of Jackson. Chapter meetings are the first Tuesday of the month except February when Washington’s Birthday is celebrated on the national holiday. The chapter does not meet during the months of June, July and August. The usual meeting place is The Jennings Mill Country Club with a social hour beginning at 6 PM followed by dinner and a program speaker. Contact information can be obtained from Justin Reese, President, 706-353-3145 Justin.reese@charter.net Or Billy Galt, Secretary 706-424-6086 billyg@uga.edu View full record
  6. http://www.sarathenschapter.org/index.html The Athens Chapter serves the counties of Clarke, Greene, Madison, Morgan, Oconee and Oglethorpe and a portion of Jackson. Chapter meetings are the first Tuesday of the month except February when Washington’s Birthday is celebrated on the national holiday. The chapter does not meet during the months of June, July and August. The usual meeting place is The Jennings Mill Country Club with a social hour beginning at 6 PM followed by dinner and a program speaker. Contact information can be obtained from Justin Reese, President, 706-353-3145 Justin.reese@charter.net Or Billy Galt, Secretary 706-424-6086 billyg@uga.edu
  7. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  8. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  9. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  10. County history displays, American Indian artifacts, World War II memorabilia, early transportation. Exhibits dedicated to notable Iowans. Information: Open May - Sep http://www.traveliowa.com/aspx/dest.aspx?id=6945 Greene County Historical Society Museum 219 E Lincolnway Jefferson, IA 50129 gchsmuseum@windstream.net Ph. 515.386.8544
  11. County history displays, American Indian artifacts, World War II memorabilia, early transportation. Exhibits dedicated to notable Iowans. Information: Open May - Sep http://www.traveliowa.com/aspx/dest.aspx?id=6945 Greene County Historical Society Museum 219 E Lincolnway Jefferson, IA 50129 gchsmuseum@windstream.net Ph. 515.386.8544 View full record
  12. The mission of the Centerville-Washington Township Historical Society is to connect the community to its' heritage by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and promoting the history of our local area. http://www.centervil...gov/cwthistory/ In 1996, Centerville and Washington Township celebrated their Bicentennial. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 designated the area north of the Ohio River as the Northwest Territory. The men and their families that came to start a new life in the wilderness were courageous and self reliant. Many of the first settlers in our community came as a result of land grants or war bounties given to them for payment for their service in the Revolutionary War. Part of their legacy to us includes the high standards that they set for their new home. The story of our community, the development and progress of life in Centerville and Washington Township, starts with them. Our community has always been a strong farming community and even though most of the farms are gone, we still value and respect the land as evidenced in our zoning laws and the importance that we place on parks and green space. The stone that was used to build our many stone buildings was very important in our economic and cultural history, and those stone buildings symbolize our lasting quality as a community. And the many citizens who live here, whose families have been here for many, many generations show that Centerville-Washington Township must be a great place to live. There are many reasons to learn local history. Fran Puterbaugh Holyoke, one of our first local history authors, was proud of our community and felt that part of that pride came from knowing where the community had been and how it had evolved. Celia Elliott, editor of the historical society's first publication, says that the old phrase "you don't know where you're going if you don't know where you've been" describes why she thinks local history is important. And for Martha Boice, local history author and authority on the landmarks of our community, knowing local history is the process of being at home in the community. Our community has a very interesting and rich history, and we are proud to tell the stories that are the background to today's active community.
  13. The mission of the Centerville-Washington Township Historical Society is to connect the community to its' heritage by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and promoting the history of our local area. http://www.centervil...gov/cwthistory/ In 1996, Centerville and Washington Township celebrated their Bicentennial. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 designated the area north of the Ohio River as the Northwest Territory. The men and their families that came to start a new life in the wilderness were courageous and self reliant. Many of the first settlers in our community came as a result of land grants or war bounties given to them for payment for their service in the Revolutionary War. Part of their legacy to us includes the high standards that they set for their new home. The story of our community, the development and progress of life in Centerville and Washington Township, starts with them. Our community has always been a strong farming community and even though most of the farms are gone, we still value and respect the land as evidenced in our zoning laws and the importance that we place on parks and green space. The stone that was used to build our many stone buildings was very important in our economic and cultural history, and those stone buildings symbolize our lasting quality as a community. And the many citizens who live here, whose families have been here for many, many generations show that Centerville-Washington Township must be a great place to live. There are many reasons to learn local history. Fran Puterbaugh Holyoke, one of our first local history authors, was proud of our community and felt that part of that pride came from knowing where the community had been and how it had evolved. Celia Elliott, editor of the historical society's first publication, says that the old phrase "you don't know where you're going if you don't know where you've been" describes why she thinks local history is important. And for Martha Boice, local history author and authority on the landmarks of our community, knowing local history is the process of being at home in the community. Our community has a very interesting and rich history, and we are proud to tell the stories that are the background to today's active community. View full record
  14. On March 24, 1803, the Ohio government authorized the creation of Greene County. The county was originally parts of Ross and Hamilton Counties. Residents named the county in honor of General Nathaniel Greene, a hero of the American Revolution. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Greene_County.
  15. On March 24, 1803, the Ohio government authorized the creation of Greene County. The county was originally parts of Ross and Hamilton Counties. Residents named the county in honor of General Nathaniel Greene, a hero of the American Revolution. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Greene_County. View full record
  16. Interment.net Mount Zion Cemetery Peterson Cemetery Queen of Heaven Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/greene.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2068
  17. Interment.net Mount Zion Cemetery Peterson Cemetery Queen of Heaven Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/greene.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2068 View full record
  18. http://www.greenehistory.org/
  19. http://www.greenehistory.org/ View full record
  20. Main website page for Greene County Public Library: http://greenelibrary.info/. On-line genealogy resources at the Greene County Public Library: http://greenelibrary.info/research-categories/history-and-genealogy/.
  21. Main website page for Greene County Public Library: http://greenelibrary.info/. On-line genealogy resources at the Greene County Public Library: http://greenelibrary.info/research-categories/history-and-genealogy/. View full record
  22. Website provides resources on history, select biographies, directions to finding birth records, local landmarks, listing of cemeteries, and some census, church, court, and death records. What a find for someone searching for their family in Greene County, Ohio! http://greeneoh.ancestralsites.com/index.php
  23. Website provides resources on history, select biographies, directions to finding birth records, local landmarks, listing of cemeteries, and some census, church, court, and death records. What a find for someone searching for their family in Greene County, Ohio! http://greeneoh.ancestralsites.com/index.php View full record
  24. The Mountain Top Historical Society is dedicated to discovering and preserving the unique and rich history of the Catskill High Peaks. The Society is a not-for-profit organization and maintains a Visitor and Art Trail Center and the Ulster and Delaware train depot (shown above) on our campus in Haines Falls. We are located on scenic Route 23A at the gateway to the Mountain Top http://www.mths.org/ The Mountain Top Historical Society is dedicated to discovering , preserving, interpreting and sharing the unique and rich history of the Mountain Top region in Greene County, NY. The Society is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1974 and engages in activities and programs that enrich understanding and foster appreciation of the Catskill High peaks. We encourage the study and preservation of the Mountain Top’s art, literature, history, culture, folklore, legends in a variety of ways. Annual Open House – Free event featuring entertainment, lectures and exhibits held on the fourth Saturday in August on the MTHS campus. Educational Programs – We maintain an on-going collaboration with our local schools to help students understand the history of the area. The Hemlock – Our quarterly publication includes historical sketches, updates on our activities and other areas of interest to our members. The Popular Hiking Series – May-October MTHS’ seasoned hike leaders explore the region, enriching the hiking experience with local folklore and history. Scholarly Resource – Materials and information have been supplied to writers and researchers from the National Geographic, The New York Times, the Smithsonian and other publications. Summer Lectures – Monthly programs feature experts on interesting topics such as the grand hotels, railroads, native Americans and indigenous plant and animal life. Workshops – Conducted by scholars and professionals in genealogy, the humanities and other areas of interest.
  25. The Mountain Top Historical Society is dedicated to discovering and preserving the unique and rich history of the Catskill High Peaks. The Society is a not-for-profit organization and maintains a Visitor and Art Trail Center and the Ulster and Delaware train depot (shown above) on our campus in Haines Falls. We are located on scenic Route 23A at the gateway to the Mountain Top http://www.mths.org/ The Mountain Top Historical Society is dedicated to discovering , preserving, interpreting and sharing the unique and rich history of the Mountain Top region in Greene County, NY. The Society is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1974 and engages in activities and programs that enrich understanding and foster appreciation of the Catskill High peaks. We encourage the study and preservation of the Mountain Top’s art, literature, history, culture, folklore, legends in a variety of ways. Annual Open House – Free event featuring entertainment, lectures and exhibits held on the fourth Saturday in August on the MTHS campus. Educational Programs – We maintain an on-going collaboration with our local schools to help students understand the history of the area. The Hemlock – Our quarterly publication includes historical sketches, updates on our activities and other areas of interest to our members. The Popular Hiking Series – May-October MTHS’ seasoned hike leaders explore the region, enriching the hiking experience with local folklore and history. Scholarly Resource – Materials and information have been supplied to writers and researchers from the National Geographic, The New York Times, the Smithsonian and other publications. Summer Lectures – Monthly programs feature experts on interesting topics such as the grand hotels, railroads, native Americans and indigenous plant and animal life. Workshops – Conducted by scholars and professionals in genealogy, the humanities and other areas of interest. View full record
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