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The ALLEGHENY REGIONAL FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest in and preservation of family history and genealogy throughout the Allegheny Mountain Region. While no physical boundaries have been set for the Allegheny Region, it might best be defined as those counties in northeast West Virginia, southwest Pennsylvania, western Maryland and northwest Virginia; and may include any area that received a settlement of people from that area in the last two centuries.
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
The Marion County Historical Society & Museum hosts a collection of amazing and diverse artifacts from past centuries. The museum and the society provide a connection to the events, times, fashions and culture of days past; everyone, regardless of age, can appreciate the fascinating history waiting here that can be explored time and time again.
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
The Ritchie County Historical Society is headquartered in the Old Stone House Museum which is filled with artifacts and memorabilia from many different periods of the county's history, plus houses a regional genealogy and history library.
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
Mission Statement: The Upshur County Historical Society is the county level private, not-for-profit organization that has as its mission the identification, preservation, and perpetuation of all things historical on the county level.
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
This organization has lots of connections to West Virginia researchers. Untll the Mason-Dixon line was set as the dividing line between Pennsylvania and what is now West Virginia, a portion of Greene County, Pennsylvania was a part of (West) Virginia's old Monongalia County. Their library, like the Central West Virginia Genealogy and History Library, is open all week. However, check their website for specific hours. Happy Hunting!
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The late Franklin Walters, one of the four founders of the Hacker's Creek PIoneer Descendants, resided in Port Charlotte Florida. Consequently, we are happy to include this link to the Port Charlotte Genealogy Society in our Genie Websites listing.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This society is another resource for Snow Birds who fly south for the winter. Its website carries a full schedule of events for the society in the coming months.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This Florida organization welcomes year round residents and well as the Snow Birds who come South for the winter. They say, "While most of our members are year-round residents, their focus varies from local to international in scope. Anyone who has recently moved here from out-of-state will very quickly feel right at home with us. The substantial number of seasonal members add flavor to our meetings. Our library reflects those diverse interests and over the years we have amassed an extensive collection of over 13,000 books plus hundreds of CDs, microfiche, and other items, covering a very large range of genealogical and historical interests. Over the past few years we have made a concerted effort to expand our offerings of online databases so that both members and non-members can further their family research from home."
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Ft. Myers, Florida, is the home of this genealogical society which was established in November 1975.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This is a good resource for anyone researching their Germanic roots.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The new website for this society is updated as the society grows.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This society as served the genealogy community for more than 50 years and is the oldest in the state. It's introductory page focuses on TRAILS, which provides access to indexed newspaper and magazine articles relating to the history of the Tampa Bay area and the state of Florida from selected local publications. 'This great local resource is available at www.thplc.org.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Over the decades, a number of families from what is now Central West Virginia migrated to Indiana. A review of the resources of the various genealogy collections might be prudent when seeking lost ancestors.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The purpose of this society, which was founded in 1974, is to aid and assist members in genealogical studies, to encourage the collection and preservation of family and public records, and to promote the exchange of genealogical information. The society functions primarily through the volunteer efforts of its members. All are welcome to participate in the many varied service activities we offer.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The prudent research will check resources along known migration trails when searching for migrating ancestors. This site is for the North Kansas City area and might be a place to check.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
A wealth of information and records pertaining to Pendleton County are available at this site.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This society is headquartered in Spokane, Washington. One of HCPD's most active members, Bette Butcher Topp, served the organization as president of this society a few years ago.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
NeWGS is based in Colville, WA, which is located in Stevens County. At one time Stevens County covered most of the northeast part of our state, including what is now Ferry and Pend Oreille counties. It was formed in 1863 from Walla Walla County, with Ferry County breaking away in 1899 and Pend Oreille in 1911. Some early records for those counties are to be found in Stevens county materials, some of which date back to 1861.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This organization in Washington state focuses its interest on those counties in the Yakima Valley, especially Yakima, Benton, Klickitat and Kittitas Counties. It was established in 1967 and has a long list of accomplishments in its record.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014