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Licking County Genealogical Society
A Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
101 West Main Street, Newark, OH 43055-5054
(located on the 2nd Floor of the Newark Library, main branch of the Licking County Library.)

Phone: (740) 349-5510






"You must be a member of LCGS"

Lineage applications now being accepted. Must be documented from you back to your Civil War Ancestor.
primary documentation will be accepted. Birth, Death, Marriage, and Military Service
must be documented with
proof of all entries on the form, and copies of such must accompany
the application form to be submitted to the SCWFLC  committee to review for membership.

For more information - E-Mail  Kathy Harty, SCWFLC Chairman


101 West Main Street
Newark, Ohio 43055

740- 349-5510    

A Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society


A  prestigious lineage society founded by The Ohio Genealogical Society
and adopted by the Licking County Genealogical Society To honor
Licking County Civil War Soldiers


To qualify for membership, you must be a member of
The Licking County Genealogical Society and prove
your direct descent from a Licking County Civil
War soldier, 
or the sibling of such soldier. Qualifying soldiers are those who were born, lived,
or died in Licking County Ohio, or who served in a Licking County Ohio Unit, 
male or female, Union or Confederate.

All applications and supporting documentation are preserved
at the Licking County Genealogical Society library.

SCWFLC members will be inducted at the Licking County Genealogical Societies Annual Picnic
in August of each year. Each inductee is awarded
a membership certificate and SCWFLC recognition pin. 

Deadline for application for annual induction is June 1st of each year.

NEW: An interactive application form in PDF format is available by clicking below.
This interactive form can be filled in online and then printed out. You will need
to fill them out, print them and mail them to L.C.G.S.
The form can't be saved, so be sure to print out two copies, one for yourself and the other for submission.

Printable interactive application form in PDF format: Click Here
NOTE: The application for one Additional Family Member (Associate Member) is not available in interactive form (See below).

NEW: Printable application form in PDF format for one
Additional Family Member (Associate Member):
Click Here

Click below to get the FREE Adobe Reader to view the SCWFLC application forms

Mail form to: Licking County Genealogical Society
Attention: SCWFLC Chairman
101 West Main Street
Newark, Ohio 43055-5054


If you do not have the military papers for your ancestor they can be obtained
from the
National Archives in Washington D.C.

Licking County Civil War Related Pictures

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76th Ohio Voluntee Infantry Reunion


1876 or 1896 in front of Licking County Courthouse


Buckeye Band 1901 from Licking County Historical Society


1906 Civil War Reunion


Military Information  Links

14th Ohio Volunteer Infantry


American Civil War


Andersonville Prisoner Database


Civil War - American Civil War Photographs
MOLLUS - Massachusetts Photograph Collection


Civil War - American Civil War Photographs
Library of Congress - American Memory


Civil War Documents - Ohio Historical Society


Civil War, Heisey Glass Co.& Ohio Canal


Civil War Grave Database Search


Civil War Links on the Internet


Cyndi's List scroll to Military Links


FREE Civil War Record Databases at Census Diggins


Glorious 78th Ohio Volunteer Infantry


Ohio Civil War 150th Anniversary


Ohio in the Civil War


Ohio in the Civil War - Facebook Page


Regimental History of the 78th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry


Search Andersonville prison records


Union Army Regimental History Index


Vermont In The Civil War


Veteran's Nationwide Gravesite Locator


West Virginia Civil War Medals

Let us hear from you soon.



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