Tax Deductible Organization
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,
Nottoway, Pittsylvania, and Prince Edward.
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Of The Month
Heritage of Charlotte County - Volume II
*** ON SALE ***
through December 31st
Purchase this book
at our E-Store
Meetings are held at the Charlotte County Library located on route 47
(112 LeGrande Ave) in Charlotte Court House on the second (2nd)
Saturday of each month at 1:30pm.
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December 8th, 2012
South Central Virginia Genealogical Society, Inc
January 12th, 2013
The Virginia Civil War Regimental History Series Books
(Publisher of the Regimental books)
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place your Family Reunion Announcement here.
Order your copy
Charlotte County Heritage Book Volume 2.
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The South Central
Society, Inc. welcomes donations of materials such as pedigree charts,
family histories and other records from regional families. This
material will be catalogued and then made available for research in the
Genealogical Room at the Charlotte County Library. It may also be
printed in the "Family Ties" newsletter if the donor has no objections.
Please include donor name and address on each page submitted. As a
charitable organization your donation is tax deductible.
(The Society cannot assign value to submitted material -- this is the
responsibility of the donor).
Membership entitles you to:
of our growing in-house reference library of books, journals and
- Classes on genealogical
research principles and techniques
- Quarterly newsletter with
free query submissions
- Association with fellow
We have the following resources available:
All 13 County Cemeteries (partial)
and the Farmville Herald newspapers (partial)
Records Index (partial)
Records Index (partial)
Growing Library of Resource Materials
SCVGS meetings are held at 1:30 p.m. on
the 2nd Saturday of each month unless otherwise noted.
Central Virginia Genealogical Society, Inc.
P. O. Box 295
Charlotte Court House, Virginia, 23923