Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society
A collection of genealogical websites owned and maintained by members
of the Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society
Below is a list of society members who have their own genealogy websites; check them out, who know, you might find a connection! If you are a member, and have a website, but are not listed, please e-mail the webmaster.
- Loran & Tricia Bures: Bures and Farmer Family Meeting Place
- Sue Foster: Oberkalbach, Hessen, Germany:
Village of My Berthold and Ullrich Ancestors
Fechenheim am Main, Hessen, Germany: Home of My Kaiser Family from 1636 to 1949
- Cyndi Howells: Cyndi's Family Tree
- Mark Howells: Genealogy & Technology Articles
by Mark Howells
- Lou Lehmann: EWING, SPATES, POPE, WILLIS, FRENCH, BATCHELER, DOWER, DOOLITTLE & ALLIED LINES,
And the Stories of Their Lives
- Jane Irish Nelson: Jane's Genealogy Jigsaw
- George Snyder: Snyder's Root Cellar
- Joel & Peggy Viney: The Dolan-Viney Family Wreath
If you are also interested in creating a family history website, you may find this article on Putting Your Family History Online useful.
|Tacoma-Pierce County Genealogical Society
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Updated Thursday, 10 March 2011, 11:33:52 AM MST
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The Tacoma Pierce County Genealogical Society (TPCGS) is a registered nonprofit corporation recognized by the IRS under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code using EIN 91-1180097. In addition, the TPCGS is a registered nonprofit corporation in the state of Washington under WAC 458-20-169 using UBI 600444975. As such, your donations and contributions may be tax deductible and are greatly appreciated. Fundraising activities are occasionally held for the benefit of the TPCGS.
The purpose of the TPCGS is to stimulate popular interest in family history, to seek genealogical and historical knowledge, to preserve and perpetuate the records of our ancestors, to aid individual members in compiling their family histories, and to collect and publish genealogical source material.