Clallam County Genealogical Society
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History of GSSWI (From their website) The South Whidbey Island Genealogy Club was formed by Mrs. Bonnie Sears, with the first meeting held May 9, 1994. The membership grew and in June 1999 the club became an incorporated, nonprofit society. The name was then changed to the Genealogical Society of South Whidbey Island. Our membership now boasts more than 100 members, a statement on the popularity of genealogy here.
"We are an organization that was established in early 1996 by a group of knowledgeable and dedicated genealogists interested in providing support to all those researching their Germanic ancestors."
Our ongoing objectives are: To encourage Hispanics to research their roots, history and rich heritage. To provide instruction and assistance in genealogical research. To locate and make available genealogical resources for research. To protect and restore historical documents relating to Hispanics and our history. To establish a network of Hispanic genealogical libraries and other resources. To begin the organization of a National Hispanic Genealogical Association. To encourage Hispanics to spread information about our history and culture. To lobby for Hispanic collections in libraries.
The Italian Genealogical Group is dedicated to promoting Italian family history and genealogy. As a non-profit organization, we are passionately dedicated to furthering genealogical research, through educational initiatives and the curation of resources. Established in 1993, the IGG exists to provide support for those interested in researching their Italian ancestry.
The Society is open to anyone doing research within the borders of the old Commonwealth of Poland. It attempts to assist members in doing their own genealogical research by publishing the journal Rodziny and providing books, newsletters, bulletins, printed information, regular Society meetings, conferences and workshops. With members across the United States, plus countries around the world, the Society has access to a wide range of ideas, data, experts and resources to benefit its members. Furthermore, modern communication technology enables members in almost any location live access to most meetings and programs via the internet.
Our Mission To support and promote family history research in Victoria, across Canada and around the world. Our Vision To be recognized as a valued leader and partner in the research and education of genealogy and family history.
Welcome to the Washington State Genealogical Society's website. We are here to help connect you with resources and services so you can advance your search for your Washington State ancestors and family history.
Our neighboring Society to the east and south of Clallam County. FREE Online Indexes to JCGS Records. JCGS has indexed and cataloged almost 430,000 records covering myriad aspects of the lives of Jefferson County residents. Indexes to about 200,000 records can be searched for FREE on this website.
The GFO Research Library has more than 54,000 holdings for all of the United States and many locations around the world, with particular strengths in the Pacific Northwest, Virginia, and French Canada. We also provide access to many popular subscription genealogy websites.