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  1. http://neags.com/ North East Alabama Genealogical Society Meeting: varies..... Where: Nichols Memorial Library, Corner of Dwight & Cabot Ave. Gadsden, Alabama View full record
  2. http://www.ltwmpquarles-sar.org/SAR WPQ Chapter Web Pages/xWPQindex_4.html View full record
  3. The River Raisin Chapter of the MISSAR was charted on December 4, 1999, and for the past seventeen year we have been gathering in Adrian Michigan four times a year to share our SAR programs and fellowship. The chapter was named after the River Raisin, which flows in and out of Lenawee county where we meet. The chapter serves greater Lenawee County and Jackson County. Currently, the River Raisin Chapter has 22 members. We usually hold our general membership meetings in February, April, July, and November, depending on the availability of our meeting room. Our meetings are usually on Thursday evenings when we have dinner and at general membership meetings, usually feature a guest speaker. All members and guests are welcome to all River Raisin Chapter meetings. The River Raisin Chapter has a great spirit of fellowship and there are many opportunities to participate in any of our programs, and leadership development is encouraged. Our members participate at the local, state, and national levels of the SAR. http://missar.org/riverraisin.html View full record
  4. https://saralexandermajors.org/HomePgOne.html The Alexander Majors Chapter meets the second Saturday of every month at the Marriott Courtyard located at I-435 and Holmes in Kansas City, Missouri. 8:30am-10am View full record
  5. https://www.independencepatriotssar.org/ Email - saripc76@gmail.com Meetings: 3rd Saturday each month 8 a.m. at Perkins at M291 & 39th St. Besides doing the business of the chapter, each meeting includes an educational presentation/program. View full record
  6. http://www.saroregon.org/default.php/oregon-society-sar-chapters/southern-oregon-chapter/ The Southern Oregon Chapter, S.A.R. meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the Mazatlan Grill in Central Point at 12 noon. View full record
  7. https://gasocietysar.org/placemarks/lyman-hall-chapter/ Gainesville First Presbyterian Church, 800 South Enota Drive NE, Gainesville, GA 30501 For additional information, please contact: President Carter J Wood – carterjwood@yahoo.com, 678-895-1580; or Secretary Dr. Edward P Rigel, Sr., compatriotrigel@charter.net, 678-617-4331 View full record
  8. https://gasocietysar.org/placemarks/joel-early-chapter/ The Joel Early Chapter was chartered September 13, 2002 to serve the southwest corner of Georgia. We have members from most of the counties that were carved from the original Early County that was created in 1818. We also have some members or joint members from Houston County, Alabama and Jackson County, Florida which border our area. The Joel Early Chapter meets at 6:00 PM on the third Saturday of each month except June and July. Our meetings are held at the Red Hill Center located at 2102 Ash Crossing Road, Iron City, Georgia. For information, contact Steve Peace, President, peace1@windstream.net, 229-308-0055 or Neal Spooner, Registrar, nealspooner67@gmail.com, 229-774-2227. View full record
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Current residents of the Township interested in preserving our history have formed a Historical Society which meets the third Monday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Tompkins Township Hall. Anyone interested in the history of the area is invited to attend. http://www.tompkinstwp-mi.org/historical.htmlThe Historical Society is currently reprinting a third edition of the Township's history, "ALL AROUND THE TOWN". It was originally published in 1976 and again in 1988. Books may be ordered by calling Jeanette McDonald at (517) 569-2211 or writing to the Society, 10138 Tompkins Rd., Rives Junction, Michigan 49277 View full record
  12. The Southern Oregon Historical Society is committed to preserving the rich heritage of this seven-county region, spanning from Curry County, which touches the Pacific Ocean, to Malheur County, which borders Idaho. Our exceptional collections tell stories about early settlers and their encounters with the Native people who populated the area; railroads and the commerce they brought with them; the pear orchard industry that still lays claim to being the area's biggest business; the more recent evolution of wineries; and the personal stories of the thousands of people who call this region home. The Society has undergone great change over the past 5 years - becoming more modern in our ambitions. The Society currently operates the historic Hanley Farm near Central Point and the Research Library in downtown Medford. http://www.sohs.org/ 106 N. Central Avenue Medford, OR 97501 (541) 734-6536 info@sohs.org View full record
  13. Jackson County Genealogy Library (JCGL) is operated by the Rogue Valley Genealogical Society--a not-for-profit institution. The library is located in the Rogue River Valley in Southern Oregon. Gold was discovered in the vicinity of Jacksonville in 1852 which led to an enthusiastic gold rush, with miners eagerly pursuing their personal fortunes. Similarly, genealogists searching the JCGL website will be able to find valuable nuggets of information about people who traveled the Oregon Trail to make their homes in this fertile valley. Follow this link, About Us, for our contact information, location, facilities, and hours of operation. http://www.rvgslibrary.org/ Our library is located at 3405 South Pacific Highway, Medford, OR 97501 541-512-2340 - info@rvgslibrary.org Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 10AM - 4PM Tuesday: 10AM - 9PM View full record
  14. The Jackson County Genealogical Society, an organization formed and dedicated to the encouragement andenhancement of genealogy, was formed in 1977. Society objectives are: Preserve and make available for genealogical research the records of the Jackson County Michigan area. Encourage and assist the study of family history, promote the exchange of genealogical knowledge, and encourage the central deposit of genealogical records. Cooperate with other genealogical societies and assist Jackson County area libraries in collecting genealogical records, expanding their collections of published genealogical records, and publishing genealogical material. Publish material of genealogical interest and use to Society members. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mijackgs/ View full record
  15. The Jackson County Historical Society was founded April 25, 1903 when prominent citizens in the county met in Maquoketa. They were soon joined by W.C. Swigart and James W. Ellis. Swigart was a newspaper publisher at the time, while Ellis was an insurance broker and avid local historian who wrote the Annals of Jackson County, a two volume 1910 History of Jackson County. "Re-invented" in 1964, the Historical Society was spearheaded by people such as Paul Jr. Papke, Lucille Sorensen, Grace Holihan, Clarence Kindred, Howard Tabor, Charles Butterworth, Judy Carlson, H.D. Keeley, Leroy Hepker, Mary Hoerner, J.W. Brady Jr, Peter Schroeder, Charles Bevan, Mary Elda Schreiber, George Kingsley, and Robert Manley. The Society struggled until Jackson County millionaire businessman Allison Pearson passed away in 1966 leaving almost a million dollars to improve the quality of life for those in Jackson County. Due to Allie Pearson's intense interest in history, the executors of his estate felt that the Jackson County Historical Society was the perfect fit. Judge Arthur Janssen was chosen to spearhead the erection of the Pearson Memorial Center on the Fairgrounds to house the Historical Society and the Fair Association. Having at last found a home, the Jackson County History Museum has become one the country's finest. http://www.jciahs.com/ Jackson County Historical Society PO Box 1245 Maquoketa, IA 52060 Phone: 563-652-5020 Fax: 563-652-5020 Email: museum@jciahs.com View full record
  16. On January 12, 1816, the Ohio government authorized the creation of Jackson County. Residents named the county in honor of Andrew Jackson, a hero of the War of 1812. Jackson also eventually became president of the United States. Most of Jackson County’s early residents were Welsh migrants. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Jackson_County. View full record
  17. Interment.net Calvary Cemetery Fairmount Cemetery Ridgewood Cemetery Wesley (Hanna) Cemetery Winchester (Rocky Hill) Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/jackson.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2079 View full record
  18. The Jackson County Historical Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the written, oral, and physical legacy of this county. We do this by maintaining physical collections and promoting the study, appreciation, and interpretation of local and regional history. http://jchs.org/ View full record
  19. http://www.jacksoncountyohiogen.com/ View full record
  20. The mission of the Jackson County Genealogical Society is to bring together those persons interested in genealogy, especially for Jackson County families; to discover, research and exchange material related to Jackson County history and genealogy; and to provide for the preservation of such material and for its accessibility. http://www.jcgsnc.org/ Located in the Courthouse Wing of the Jackson County Library 310 Keener St. Suite 102 Sylva NC 28779 828-631-2646 P.O. Box 480 Sylva, NC 28779 View full record
  21. The purpose of the Swain County Genealogy Society is to aid in the preservation of Family Bible Records, Military Records, Cemetery Records and other genealogical and historical records. We want to promote interest and research in the study of History and Genealogy. To cooperate with other Societies as much as is practical and to collect and preserve data relating to North Carolina and North Carolina families, particularly, but not limited to Swain, Macon and Jackson Counties. http://www.swaingenealogy.com/ The Swain County Genealogical Society meets on the first Thursday of each month. The Society Office is located on the square just across the street from the old courthouse. It is in the brick building upstairs over the police department. Library/Office Hours Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5 PM; Tuesday 6 PM - 8 PM Telephone - (828) 488-2932 Mailing Address: PO Box 267 Bryson City, NC 28713 View full record
  22. The Union Cemetery Historical Society (UCHS) was organized in 1984 under the guidance of the Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation Department. Its original purpose was to collect data about historic Union Cemetery and to gather biographical information about the people buried here. As a result of those efforts, the UCHS published “Tombstone Inscriptions” in 1986, a hard-bound book that lists many of those who rest in the cemetery. The UCHS also published a series of 10 pamphlets containing collections of obituaries and biographical sketches gathered mostly from microfilm copies of old newspapers. In some cases these death notices and/or obituaries are the only records we have of individuals buried in Union Cemetery. The files in the Sexton’s cottage provide access to the cemetery burials. They contain a wealth of genealogical and biographical information collected my members of the UCHS and/or donated by visitors. The society’s mission has expanded over the years to include partnering with the KCMO Parks and Recreation Department to preserve and protect Union Cemetery’s grounds as well as its records. To this end the UCHS has overseen tree planting, headstone restoration and re-setting and fund raising to enhance the beauty and security of the cemetery. The society also provides guided and self-guided tours of the cemetery as well as speakers for civic and other organizations in the Kansas City area. http://www.uchskc.or...-union-cemetery If you have a genealogy question, would like to know Sexton cottage hours of operation, become a member of the UCHS, or to volunteer to help the UCHS in its mission to preserve and protect Union Cemetery for future generations, please call 816-472-4990. View full record
  23. The town of New Santa Fe (or Little Santa Fe, as some call it) stood at the junction of the Santa Fe Trail and State Line Road, now southwest Kansas City. The little village had great historical significance in the development of western commerce in the 19th century. New Santa Fe was a little post village situated on the west line of Missouri, about midway in Washington Township. The village developed about the farm of John Bartleston, who erected a cabin in the forest along the Santa Fe Trail in 1833 and subsisted on hominy and potatoes. Within a few years, a community known as Little Santa Fe developed. Wagon caravans laden with merchandise for the Mexican and California trade paused here before pushing westward. In 1851, Little Santa Fe was incorporated as New Santa Fe. About this time the village's troubles began. Located on the line between a free and a slave State, it suffered from the Border War of 1855-60, the Civil War, and the depredations of the bands of outlaws who came after the war. Finally, the isolation of the village from the railroad reduced it to little more than an historic site. (1941 Missouri: A Guide to the "Show Me" State, Missouri State Highway Department) http://www.newsantafe.org/ Historical Society of New Santa Fe State Line Road at Santa Fe Trail (Approximately at 122nd Street and State Line Road) Kansas City, Missouri 64145 View full record
  24. Since its founding in 1974, Historic Kansas City (HKC) has been the only greater Kansas City nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the area’s heritage, neighborhoods and historic built environment. Through advocacy, public policy, outreach and educational programming, HKC is an advocate for, and participant in, the thoughtful and meaningful preservation and rehabilitation of historic buildings, landscapes, and neighborhoods. The organization is financed through memberships, corporate and foundation gifts and public grants. HKC maintains a professional staff guided by a Board of Directors. Our Missions: To demonstrate the economic and cultural value of preserving the built environment To preserve endangered buildings of historical, cultural or architectural significance To promote the continued use of older buildings through conservation, restoration or adaptive reuse in a manner that maintains the integrity of the building’s design and materials To encourage stabilization and conservation of older neighborhoods To educate the public about the historical, architectural and cultural heritage of Kansas City’s built environment To provide opportunities for the public to be actively involved in historic preservation http://www.historickansascity.org/ We’re always happy to hear from you. Please feel free to contact us by address: 234 W 10th Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64105, phone: 816-931-8448, fax: 816-931-8558, email: hkcf@historickansascity.org. View full record
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