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  1. Chartered in 2007, the Colonel James Wood, II Chapter has grown into one of the best chapters in the state of Virginia, being named best chapter 8 times in 13 years and receiving numerous awards. Based in the Northern Shenandoah Valley, the Chapter covers a five county area of Frederick, Clarke, Page, Warren and Shenandoah Counties plus the City of Winchester. Our chapter continually supports the purposes of the Sons of the American Revolution which are patriotic, historical and educational. We strive to ensure that the patriots who gave us the United States of America are not forgotten; to promote patriotism in support of our country and its modern day heroes and; to support teaching the history and values of the American Revolution and our constitutional freedoms. http://coloneljameswood.virginia-sar.org/ Meeting nine times a year and on a few special occasions, the Chapter strives to invite interesting and informative speakers for each breakfast meeting. Historians, craftsmen, authors, local organizations, sponsored contest winners and other accomplished individuals are invited to make presentations to the chapter. Our regular meetings are open to the public(9am - breakfast fee), so come and see what the Col. James Wood, II Chapter is all about! Meeting nine times a year and on a few special occasions, the Chapter strives to invite interesting and informative speakers for each breakfast meeting. Historians, craftsmen, authors, local organizations, sponsored contest winners and other accomplished individuals are invited to make presentations to the chapter. Our regular meetings are open to the public(9am - breakfast fee), so come and see what the Col. James Wood, II Chapter is all about!
  2. https://www.erie-sar.org/ Because Northwest Pennsylvania was not opened to settlement until 1795, no revolutionary patriots were originally from Erie County. However, Erie County is home to the graves of 212 patriots who moved here after the Revolution. A list of these Patriot graves and cemeteries can be found on the Pennsylvania SAR state web site at Burials in Erie County. The Erie Chapter published a book, Revolutionary Patriots in Erie County, PA., in 1992. It contains information on each Patriot, photos of the headstone, sources, and location of the graves. Although the book is out of print, libraries should have reference copies available. From time to time used copies come up for sale; try the Erie County Historical Society gift shop/book store or the Erie Book Store. If you are out of town and need a photo-copy of a page from the book, contact us and we'll try to accommodate you.
  3. https://gasocietysar.org/placemarks/little-river-chapter/ The Little River Chapter SAR is based in Thomson, and meets on the third Thursday of each month, 6:30pm, at the Thomson-McDuffie Library, located at 338 Main Street, Thomson GA, 30824. Most of our members live in the counties of Warren, McDuffie, Lincoln, and the western half of Columbia County. The Little River, a 72-mile long tributary to the Savannah River, flows along the borders of each of these counties. Kettle Creek is a tributary to the Little River. Our application for charter was approved by the GA Society SAR Board of Managers on July 27, 2019 in Barnesville. Our charter/installation ceremony and banquet was held on October 5, 2019 in Thomson. For more information, please contact our Chapter President William (Bill) Tankersley at wjtank@comcast.net or 706-825-5810.
  4. 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:
  5. 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:
  6. 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:
  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: View full record
  9. Local History and Genealogy Collections Census Records, City Directories, and Maps Church and Cemetery Records Marriages, Births, and Deaths Newspapers, Magazines, and Newsletters People, Genealogies, Family Histories, and Military Service Photograph Collection Warren County Histories and Histories of the Various Towns and Townships This bibliography represents a sampling of the materials we have in the Local History and Genealogy Room of the Warren County Library Headquarters. To search for specific items, search the library's catalog or ask a librarian. http://warrenlib.org/node/1561#.WNFQ6zsrKUk Hours Local History Room 2nd Floor, Headquarters Mon-Thurs: 9am-9pm Friday: 9am-6pm Saturday: 10am-4pm Sunday: Closed
  10. The Carlisle Area Historical Society was formed in August of 2007 with 22 charter members. One of our first actions was a vote to apply to the City of Carlisle for funds that were held in escrow which were designated for the establishment of an historical museum. http://cahs.webs.com/ CAHS P.O. Box 137 Carlisle, IA 50047.
  11. The Carlisle Area Historical Society was formed in August of 2007 with 22 charter members. One of our first actions was a vote to apply to the City of Carlisle for funds that were held in escrow which were designated for the establishment of an historical museum. http://cahs.webs.com/ CAHS P.O. Box 137 Carlisle, IA 50047. View full record
  12. The Warren County Historical Society Building contains the Warren County Historical /Genealogical Library, kitchen/dining room, and two floors of historical exhibits which includes a large collection of Winchester Tools and McCoy Pottery.The Historical Village has a log cabin, Mt.Hope Country School, Pioneer Church, South River Quaker Meeting House, George Washington Carver Museum, Large Machinery Building, and General Store. http://warrencountyhistory.org/ Hours Thursdays 9:00am-4:00pm Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm Other times by appointment WCHS MISSION: To collect, preserve, and create interest in the cultural, political, and economic heritage of Warren County, Iowa We are located at the east end of the Warren County Fair Grounds. Our street address is 1400 W 2nd but we do not get street mail delivery. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 256 Indianola, IA 50125
  13. The Warren County Historical Society Building contains the Warren County Historical /Genealogical Library, kitchen/dining room, and two floors of historical exhibits which includes a large collection of Winchester Tools and McCoy Pottery.The Historical Village has a log cabin, Mt.Hope Country School, Pioneer Church, South River Quaker Meeting House, George Washington Carver Museum, Large Machinery Building, and General Store. http://warrencountyhistory.org/ Hours Thursdays 9:00am-4:00pm Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm Other times by appointment WCHS MISSION: To collect, preserve, and create interest in the cultural, political, and economic heritage of Warren County, Iowa We are located at the east end of the Warren County Fair Grounds. Our street address is 1400 W 2nd but we do not get street mail delivery. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 256 Indianola, IA 50125 View full record
  14. The Middletown Historical Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1966. Our mission statement is: "The Middletown Historical Society is committed to preserving and documenting the history of Middletown, and to promoting knowledge and interest in the history of Middletown and its people. We operate two locations: The Canal House is located at 1605 North Verity Parkway on the outskirts of Smith Park, and our new location, the Shartle House into which we have just moved. It is located at 120 North Verity Parkway near the corner of Verity and Manchester. http://www.middletow...calsociety.com/ The Middletown Historical Society recently sold our former location, The Pickwick Building to an artist, Christine Lohr. The Historical Society is not funded by the City of Middletown, but by donations and bequests made to the society. We are thankful for any donations. See the Donate and Membership tabs to get more information.
  15. The Middletown Historical Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1966. Our mission statement is: "The Middletown Historical Society is committed to preserving and documenting the history of Middletown, and to promoting knowledge and interest in the history of Middletown and its people. We operate two locations: The Canal House is located at 1605 North Verity Parkway on the outskirts of Smith Park, and our new location, the Shartle House into which we have just moved. It is located at 120 North Verity Parkway near the corner of Verity and Manchester. http://www.middletow...calsociety.com/ The Middletown Historical Society recently sold our former location, The Pickwick Building to an artist, Christine Lohr. The Historical Society is not funded by the City of Middletown, but by donations and bequests made to the society. We are thankful for any donations. See the Donate and Membership tabs to get more information. View full record
  16. On March 24, 1803, the State of Ohio authorized the creation of Warren County. Residents named the county in honor of General Joseph Warren, a hero of the American Revolution. Many of the county's earliest settlers were members of various religious groups, including the Shakers and the Quakers. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Warren_County.
  17. On March 24, 1803, the State of Ohio authorized the creation of Warren County. Residents named the county in honor of General Joseph Warren, a hero of the American Revolution. Many of the county's earliest settlers were members of various religious groups, including the Shakers and the Quakers. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Warren_County. View full record
  18. Interment.net No cemetery records or page created yet. Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2122
  19. Interment.net No cemetery records or page created yet. Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2122 View full record
  20. The Warren County Historical Society (http://www.wchsmuseum.org/home/) has a mission "To preserve and present the heritage of Warren County and Ohio."
  21. The Warren County Historical Society (http://www.wchsmuseum.org/home/) has a mission "To preserve and present the heritage of Warren County and Ohio." View full record
  22. Welcome to the Warren County Genealogical Society (http://www.co.warren.oh.us/genealogy/index.htm) for Warren County, Ohio - a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. This site was created to aid researchers in finding their ancestors in Warren County, Ohio. We invite you to become a member of our society. Our purpose is to build and promote interest in collecting and preserving genealogical records. We are here to assist you in finding your ancestors and relatives. We have many resources available to help you with your research, shorten your search and help you with court records. Our Library / Resource Room has been made available to us by the Warren County Commissioners in the New Administration Building at 406 Justice Drive. Our room is located on the lower level. This room is now the home for all books, records, and materials that our Society has collected. The public is welcome to come and use our resources at no charge. Our volunteer staff will be happy to orient you to our library and help you.
  23. Welcome to the Warren County Genealogical Society (http://www.co.warren.oh.us/genealogy/index.htm) for Warren County, Ohio - a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. This site was created to aid researchers in finding their ancestors in Warren County, Ohio. We invite you to become a member of our society. Our purpose is to build and promote interest in collecting and preserving genealogical records. We are here to assist you in finding your ancestors and relatives. We have many resources available to help you with your research, shorten your search and help you with court records. Our Library / Resource Room has been made available to us by the Warren County Commissioners in the New Administration Building at 406 Justice Drive. Our room is located on the lower level. This room is now the home for all books, records, and materials that our Society has collected. The public is welcome to come and use our resources at no charge. Our volunteer staff will be happy to orient you to our library and help you. View full record
  24. Discover! Explore! and Learn! Through a combination of permanent exhibits, special presentations, and educational facilities GLHSM encourages guests to step back in time: discover the lives of Ohio's pioneers, explore Victorian-era comfort, and learn about the changes that time, innovation and the industrial revolution brought to this early suburb and rural escape. Bonaventure is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00-4:00 PM or during the week by appointment. Admission is FREE, but a donation is always welcome. 2014 will be a year filled with exciting programs, exhibits and events, so check back regularly for new information on our calendar and events pages. Click on the link below to join the GLHSM fan page on Facebook to get the latest updates http://www.lovelandm...rg/ Our Mission: " to collect, preserve and make available historical material and information pertinent to the Greater Loveland Ohio area, and to institute and encourage inquiry into said areas. " Loveland, Ohio, best known for its name, is a Cincinnati suburb of more than 10,000 tucked into the corners of three counties (Hamilton, Clermont and Warren). The city is named after James Loveland, the first postmaster and an early storekeeper. “Put it (the mailbag) off at Loveland’s Store” caught on and Loveland gradually replaced the originally intended name of Paxton. The Loveland postmark has brought fame to the community, and today it is known internationally as the “Valentine City”. Loveland was first settled by Thomas Paxton in 1795 and partially laid out by William Ramsey in 1849 and 1850. An early history of Loveland labeled it the “Little Switzerland of the Miami Valley” because of its picturesque valleys. The moderate climate and rich soil were ideal for agriculture, and the woods abounded with wild game such as turkey, elk, deer and buffalo. The Little Miami River supplied fish and transportation, so that the first settlers found all the vital necessities for human sustenance.
  25. Discover! Explore! and Learn! Through a combination of permanent exhibits, special presentations, and educational facilities GLHSM encourages guests to step back in time: discover the lives of Ohio's pioneers, explore Victorian-era comfort, and learn about the changes that time, innovation and the industrial revolution brought to this early suburb and rural escape. Bonaventure is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00-4:00 PM or during the week by appointment. Admission is FREE, but a donation is always welcome. 2014 will be a year filled with exciting programs, exhibits and events, so check back regularly for new information on our calendar and events pages. Click on the link below to join the GLHSM fan page on Facebook to get the latest updates http://www.lovelandm...rg/ Our Mission: " to collect, preserve and make available historical material and information pertinent to the Greater Loveland Ohio area, and to institute and encourage inquiry into said areas. " Loveland, Ohio, best known for its name, is a Cincinnati suburb of more than 10,000 tucked into the corners of three counties (Hamilton, Clermont and Warren). The city is named after James Loveland, the first postmaster and an early storekeeper. “Put it (the mailbag) off at Loveland’s Store” caught on and Loveland gradually replaced the originally intended name of Paxton. The Loveland postmark has brought fame to the community, and today it is known internationally as the “Valentine City”. Loveland was first settled by Thomas Paxton in 1795 and partially laid out by William Ramsey in 1849 and 1850. An early history of Loveland labeled it the “Little Switzerland of the Miami Valley” because of its picturesque valleys. The moderate climate and rich soil were ideal for agriculture, and the woods abounded with wild game such as turkey, elk, deer and buffalo. The Little Miami River supplied fish and transportation, so that the first settlers found all the vital necessities for human sustenance. View full record
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