Genealogical Society of Okaloosa County (GSOC)
P.O. Box 1175
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32549-1175
Regular meetings are held at the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida, 115 Westview Avenue, Valparaiso, FL, at 10 AM on the second Saturday of each month. There is no admission charge and all are welcome. The meetings are usually followed by an optional Dutch treat lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Click here to see a map showing the location of the Heritage Museum. (Click the "Back" button on that page to get back to here.)
Annual membership dues are $24 for an individual and $35 for an individual and spouse at the same address.
If you would like to become a member, want to renew your membership, or want to update your membership record, please click on one of these application forms. When the desired form is displayed, you can print it or save it to your computer.
The form for new members is: New Member Form and the form for renewing members is Renewal Form. Checks should be made out to GSOC and mailed along with the form to the GSOC post office address shown above or brought to a meeting.
GSOC-published Books for Sale
Surnames Being Researched by GSOC Members
and Local Histories
| The Genealogical Society of Okaloosa County publishes A Journal of NORTHWEST FLORIDA once yearly.
Volunteers conduct research in Northwest Florida for information to be published in the Journal with emphasis
on material of limited availability. Members provide material from sources in areas in which they are searching.
Volume XXXII, Issue 102, was published and distributed in December 2013.
The speaker for our March meeting will be Dotty Burdick, Regent, Choctawhatchee Bay Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the America Revolution (DAR).
The Choctawhatchee Chapter was organized on April 22, 1967. It draws its members from three counties located in the Panhandle along northwest Florida's beautiful Emerald Coast. Although the meetings are held in Fort Walton Beach, the chapter members include those from the neighboring counties of Santa Rosa and Walton.
Ms. Burdick will discuss "Using the DAR Database for Genealogy Research." The DAR Database is a resource provided by the DAR to aid general genealogical research and to assist with the DAR membership process.
President, James Young
1st Vice President (Programs), Del Lessard
2nd Vice President (Membership), Sue Basch
Treasurer, Bob Basch
Immediate Past President, Donna Elliott
Recording Secretary, Pat Pruett
Corresponding Secretary, Carl Laws
Publicity, Val Moreland
Genealogist, Margaret Harris
Webmaster & Newsletter Editor, Jim Young
Journal Editor, TBD