Texas State Genealogical Society Van Zandt County Genealogical Society Partner Society of TSGS
Partners in Preservation
The Van Zandt County Genealogical Society is proud to be a Partner Society in the Texas State Genealogical Society (TSGS). Several of the following societies are partner societies in District 7. Some don't have websites of their own but sponsor their county websites.
Anderson County Genealogical Society Angelina County Genealogical Society Cherokee County Genealogical Society East Texas Genealogical Society Gregg County Genealogical Society Harrison County Genealogical Society Henderson County Historical Society Nacogdoches County Genealogical Society Panola County Genealogical Society Rains County Genealogical Society Rusk County Genealogical Society Sabine County Genealogical Society San Augustine Genealogical Society Shelby County Genealogical Society Smith County Genealogical Society Upshur County Genealogical Society Van Zandt County Genealogical Society Van Zandt County Genealogical Research Group Wood County Genealogical Society Please visit our neighbors in District 7!
Visit the Texas State Genealogical Society web site for more information.
Membership in TSGS is open to any person who is interested in researching and preserving genealogical and historical records. Membership is by calendar year and all memberships are terminated on December 31st. Due are payable by January 1st, which insures receipt of all quarterlies and newsletters. Check the TSGS website for current amount for dues. Make checks payable to: Texas State Genealogical Society and send to: Marynell Bryant, 254 County Road 4705, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-1831.
And don't forget: The TSGS Annual Conference will be held in November at Tyler, TX. Check the TSGS website for details.
The Van Zandt County Genealogical Society supports the Texas Historical Records Advisory Board (THRAB) for its committment to preserving Texas historical records that are at risk because of a lack of awareness of the importance of records, rapid technological changes that render electronic records obsolete, lask of proper facilities or professional expertise, deterioration or loss through neglect and improper storage, and indifference of their historcal and intrinsic value.
The board was established in 1976 and is composed of nine members. Members are appointed by the Governor and the State Librarian. The board's activities are coordinated by the Texas State Archivist.
To learn more about the role of THRAB in preserving and improving access to our state's unique documentary heritage, contact:
Texas Tate Library and Archives Commission P.O. Box 12927 Austin, TX 78711-2927 Ph. 512-463-5467 Back to the Genealogical Society Home Page
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