County Family Researchers
P.O. Box 266
Snow Hill, N.C. 28580
"Preserving the Past for the Future"
Greene County Courthouse 1877-1935
County Family Researchers was organized in 2007 by individuals
interested in preserving and sharing the unique history of Greene
County, North Carolina and the history of the families who have lived
here. While GCFR
operates under the auspices of the Greene County Museum, a private
non-profit organization, GCFR has a separate board of directors and its
To locate, preserve and
disseminate documents, information and artifacts related to Greene
County genealogy and history. Promote interest in genealogical and
historical research and to insure that research in these fields is done
accurately and ethically . To provide training and assistance to anyone
interested in such research.
2013 Board of
Mike Edge - President
Sara Sparks - Vice President
Amy Ivey - Secretary
Gerald Sylivant - Treasurer
Researchers Meeting Schedule
Meetings are open to the
general public and membership in GCFR is not required to attend any
GCFR meets the third Thursday of each month at 7 P.M. at the Greene
County Museum, 107 NW Third St. in downtown Snow Hill, North Carolina.
The Museum is across the street from First Citizens Bank.
Membership in GCFR is open
to anyone who shares an interest in genealogical and historical
research. While the primary focus is on Dobbs, Glasgow and Greene
County records, research is not limited to those counties.
Click here for membership form which you may print from your
Greene County Heritage Book
The Greene County Heritage Book, which was published in 2009, has been
Copies are available at the Greene County Museum in Snow Hill,
N.C. The price for a book will be $65.00 per copy and $8.00
if mailed. Send orders and payments to address at top of this page. The
book has over 1000 stories and over 1000 photos and
includes a full name index.