|Clark County Genealogical
a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
117 S. Fountain Avenue
||(from the Collection of the Clark
County Historical Society )
Our 11:30 a.m. meetings (none December, July and August) are in the conference room of the Park Shopping Center Branch of the Clark County Public Library, 1119 Bechtle Avenue, Springfield, Ohio. June meetings are pot luck luncheons honoring newly to be received Clark County First Family and/or First Settler members—location to be announced later.
MEETINGS: The following meetings will be at 11:30 a.m. in the conference room at the rear of the Park Shopping Center branch of the Clark County Public Library, 1119 Bechtle Avenue in Springfield. (We have no December meeting.)
January 10, 2015: Dick Hatfield will speak to us about Springfield Radio History. He is a disc jockey, emcee and a humorist and a member of The International HORT Club. You may remember hearing him on the radio as "The Imperial Debubba."
The International HORT Club, a subsidiary of HORT ENTERPRISES, is a non-profit social club organized to provide ludicrous activity for it's members whenever and wherever the occasion calls for it, whether they want it or not.
THE INTERNATIONAL HORT CLUB
February 14, 2015: William L. "Bill" Smith will give his talk which he titles "Courtship and Marriage in the 18th Century - With a Few Scandals." Bill loves history and you have probably seen him at The Fair at New Boston as the rat catcher. He is also a member of the First Families of Clark County as well as a member of the Sons of the American Revolution.
March 14, 2015: Ski Schanher was our October 11, 2014 speaker for our trolley tour through Ferncliff Cemetery. It has been suggested that Ski speak to our society at a regular meeting to tell about more of the burials which he had not mentioned during the trolley tour, but didn't have enough time. We thank Ski for agreeing to continue his talk at our March meeting.
|Share your research||This is a page on our site where members can have their family information and photos posted to share with other researchers. We can accept photos, narratives and reports, but not Gedcom files, at least not at present. If you don't have a web site for your family research, you can still have some of your information online-right here.|
|Join us at a meeting||Upcoming meetings, membership application, and information on becoming a member of First Families and/or Settlers of Clark County. Meetings are held the second Saturday of the month at 11:30 a.m. in the Community Room at the Park Shopping Center brand of the Clark County Library. All meetings are open to the public.|
|Help us||Volunteer opportunities for those living in or near Clark County, or far away.|
|Location||Call, write, or visit us in the new Heritage Center.|
|Resources & Research||Our library has been combined with the holdings of the Heritage Center, and is available to visitors. We have a large card file of obituaries, marriages, newspaper clippings regarding veterans, and burials; cemetery readings; surname files; five generation charts; newspaper abstracts for 1829 - 1841; LDS microfiche of documents related to Clark County, and family histories. The Fisher Family Library and Archives holdings include old newspapers, original wills, biographical information, maps and plat books, and photographs.|
|Publications||View our list of publications. Download the order form.|
|Newsletter||Each member receives our quarterly newsletter, Clark County Kin. Here's a list of recent articles.|
|Links||Other sites related to Clark County|
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