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June 2017 Meeting

The South Central VA Genealogical Society will hold its next meeting on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 1:30 pm in the Family History and Research room of the Charlotte County Library located at 112 LeGrande Ave. Charlotte Court House.
Guest speaker for this month's program will be Connie Routon Purvis. The topic of her presentation is entitled "Grandma's Garden: A gift to the Generations…..A study of flowers and shrubs passed from Grandmother to Daughter to Grandchild. This interesting topic is brought on by her life-long interest in family and local history in addition to her obsession with plants and wildlife.
Ms. Purvis is a retired National Registered Paramedic, Regional EMS Educational Coordinator, and Department of Health Adjunct Faculty for Central VA Community College who has traced her own lineages in the US to the 1600's. She assisted author and historian Vertily Freeman in research for her book "Around the Bend," a history of eastern Bedford County. She also assisted the Big Island Chapter of the Virginia Garden Club with many plant walks and identification studies.
Our programs are free and open to everyone. Should your interests be in genealogy or gardening, you will probably enjoy this program.


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The South Central Virginia Genealogical Society, Inc. (SCVGS) began its work in August 1999, as a non profit organization. Through volunteers we are acquiring data from many different sources and spending countless hours in cemeteries in our 13 County service area. These Counties are Amelia, Appomattox, Brunswick, Buckingham, Campbell, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Pittsylvania, and Prince Edward.

 

Membership entitles you to:
  • Use of our growing in-house reference library of books, journals and newsletters
  • Classes on genealogical research principles and techniques
  • Quarterly newsletter with free query submissions
  • Association with fellow genealogists

 

 

 
We also have the following
resources available:
  • Tombstone Transcriptions In All 13 County Cemeteries (partial)
  • Obituary Index Appomattox Times-Virginian and the Farmville Herald newspapers (partial)
  • Marriage Records Index (partial)
  • Military Records Index (partial)
  • Census Records (partial)
  • County Histories
  • A Growing Library of Resource Materials

 

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