Veitch Historical Society




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Dallas Genealogical Society
The object of this Society shall be to educate by creating, fostering, and maintaining interest in genealogy; to assist and support the genealogy section of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas, Texas or to its legal successor; and to collect, preserve, copy, and index information relating to Dallas County and its early history.

St. Louis Genealogical Society
The St. Louis Genealogical Society, now celebrating its 40th year, is the largest local genealogical society in the nation. It is renowned in genealogical circles for its excellence in programming, resources, and membership services.

Louisville Genealogical Society
The Louisville Genealogical Society was founded in 1985; membership is open to anyone interested in genealogy, or the history of Louisville, Jefferson County, and surrounding areas.

Calvert County Historical Society
Calvert County Historical Society helps collect and preserve the counties history. We are located in Prince Frederick, MD at the historic Linden House.

Royal Bastards
Descendants of the Illegitimate Sons and Daughters of the Kings of Britain

Mid-Continent Public Library / Midwest Genealogy Center, Independence, MO
The Independence Public Library was formed in 1892 by the Independence Library Association, and Miss Carrie Wallace, a relative of former First Lady Bess Wallace Truman, was the first librarian, serving until 1947. She was instrumental in laying the ground work for the establishment of a genealogical library in the local public library.

The Chicago Genealogical Society
Begun in 1967 as a not-for-profit educational organization devoted to collecting, preserving and perpetuating the records of our ancestors, and to stimulate an interest in all people who contributed in any way to the establishment of Chicago and its surrounding area.


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