Il Circolo Calabrese is the world's oldest & largest membership-based organization devoted to the study and preservation of the genealogy, history, culture and language of the Calabria region of Italy.
We are the Illinois Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans. We accept members who live within the state of Illinois who would like to join one of our local chapters. We are a descendants organization for the male descendants of Confederate veterans.
Promotes the study of the history of immigration to the United States and Canada from all parts of the world, including studies of the background of emigration in the countries of origin. Promotes the study of ethnic groups in the United States, including regional groups, native Americans & forced immigrants.
A lineage society to honor those who can prove they are direct descendants of Union soldiers who served in Indiana units in the Civil War, or who were residents of Indiana when they served in non-Indiana units.
An institution that plays a leading role in the research of European (Dutch) families in the Dutch East-Indies, the Caribbean, and South America. We are, however, primarily concentrating on the Dutch East-Indies (now Indonesia). Many people have already found their way to the IGV. The publication of research results is being stimulated by issuing the quarterly magazine ‘De Indische Navorscher’ [The Indies Researcher]. Once a year the IGV issues a volume in its series ‘Bronnenpublikaties’ in which original sources are made accessible to the genealogical researcher.
For those who have a dastardly, infamous individual of public knowledge and ill-repute in their family...within 1 degree of consanginuity of their direct lines. This individual must have been pilloried in disgrace for acts of a significantly anti-social nature.
Incorporated in 1976 to discover and preserve the history of the people of Iowa County, Wisconsin and maintains many historical archives at the Iowa County Historical Society Museum. Reprints of Iowa County history books. Artifacts and scrapbooks from Iowa County past. Microfilm of Iowa County newspapers. Historical Photo collections of life in Iowa County. Family genealogy collections including oral histories. Archives of Iowa County surnames. Obituary Files and cemetary records.
Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Preserving the history and genealogy of the Irish Palatines for future generations. Surnames include TESKEY, SWITZER, RUTTLE, DOUPE, LODWICK, SHIER, PIPER, BOVENIZER, FIZZELL, DULMAGE.
ISFHWE's primary goal is to encourage excellence in writing and editorial standards in genealogical publishing. This embraces all media, including newspapers, magazines, newsletters, professional journals, books (including compiled family histories), online columns, society and personal Web sites, Web logs (blogs), and broadcast journalism of all sorts.
London Borough of Islington. The Society organizes lectures, walks, visits & outings throughout the year. It also arranges regular archaeological site visits for members, usually in the City. IA&HS also aims to document archaeological findings in the Islington area.
Formed by a group of long-time Israeli genealogists, the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) is a genealogy society that seeks to help Israelis, and people around the world who are interested in Israeli genealogy and resources uniquely available in Israel, to further their genealogy research.
The Italian Benevolent Society is the oldest independent Italian Society in the United States. Established in 1881 as a charitable institution for the aid of families of Italian Miners. These miners worked the Gold Mines of Amador County. The Society provided death benefits to those killed in the mines. As time went on it became a social and comunity based organization.
The Web Log of the Itawamba Historical Society features articles relating to Itawamba County, Mississippi research. The society operates the George Poteet History Center, the Gaither Spradling Library and Historic Bonds House Museum.
As well as material relating to the history of the town, the website contains a number of pages of interest to the family historian, including three portrait galleries of some of Ilkeston's past great and good and information on the availability of the transcripts of the Parish Registers of St.Mary's church which date from 1588.