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Ethnicity helps you understand where you come from. Discovering your ethnicity will help you find out modern-day locations, the history of ethnicities, notable ancestors, and migrations into and from the region.
Last Updated: 19 October 2017   [Located in Category: DNA]
A YouTube video by Debbie Kennett.
Last Updated: 21 November 2016   [Located in Category: DNA]
The purpose of the FCCPA is to identify, document, preserve, protect, maintain and advocate for cemeteries in our county that are threatened by development, vandalism or neglect. Also, the association will educate the community about the historical importance of cemeteries and how to survey and preserve cemeteries.
Last Updated: 3 August 2016   [Located in Category: Local Societies & Orgs]
(FxGS Member: Raymond Barley) I want to encourage other genealogists who are researching these surnames to contact me and share family history information. Surnames: Hargadon, Kilcullen and Gillen/Gillan/Gillin.
Last Updated: 11 July 2016   [Located in Category: FxGS Members' Websites]
The present Historical Society of Fairfax County was organized on February 18, 1950. HSFC is the oldest organization of its kind in Fairfax County. The chief mission of the Historical Society of Fairfax County is the promotion and preservation of the history of the Fairfax County. The society's mission is primarily fulfilled through the publication of a biennial Yearbook that contains historical and scholarly articles relative to Fairfax County.
Last Updated: 21 November 2016   [Located in Category: Local Societies & Orgs]
(FxGS Member: Joe Lowry) My family’s history is filled with names. Daddy Groke. Babs. Michael Lowry. Caroline Wolford. Martin Witt. Some of these names belong to people who are a part of my life. Some belong to people from my family’s past who are little more than strangers. My goal is to take some of those lost names and restore their story so others in my family can learn where we come from. Surnames: Lowry, Witt, Bixler, Pepperney, Porubsky, Rogan, Groucutt, Bahle
Last Updated: 10 July 2016   [Located in Category: FxGS Members' Websites]
A YouTube video by Debbie Kennett.
Last Updated: 21 November 2016   [Located in Category: DNA]
(FxGS Member: Barry Kline) Looking for answers about your family’s history can often be a daunting task. Knowing where to look and what resources to help untangle the unknown facts about your ancestors’ lives is where Barry can help. He will utilize both traditional and genetic genealogy methods to help you find your ancestors’ roots.
Last Updated: 8 July 2017   [Located in Category: FxGS Members' Websites]
(FxGS Member: Janet Hall Werner) Welcome to Your Family History Project.com! Janet specializes in discovering the stories that are hidden in the records, and finding a family’s tragedies and its “black sheep”. She can find the unknown divorces, the underage marriages, the bankruptcies, the early deaths of children and spouses, and other events that shaped the lives of your ancestors — which ultimately shaped the person who you are today. She will also put your ancestors’ lives into historical context. They didn’t live in a vacuum, their lives were impacted by the events occurring around them. All of this research will be captured in a beautiful coffee-table-style book, a narrated slide show, a live and/or recorded presentation, or a simple report or project of your choosing. Any of these will bring your family history to life in a way that will be treasured by you and your family for generations to come!
Last Updated: 8 July 2017   [Located in Category: FxGS Members' Websites]