This section lists the Florida State Genealogical Society and then lists county associations from Alachua to Lee providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The organisation was founded in 1977.
Their aims are to promote and encourage family history research and to publish materials.
Conferences attended by nationally well-known speakers are held by the society.
Details about Florida Pioneers are on their site, which can be searched by Pioneer or Descendant.
The society sells some publications, which include:
You can download copies of their newsletter from 2003 to 2012 from their site. A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also available.
The association was established in 1973.
They provide a link to the Alachua Co. Virtual Cemetery Project which has details of cemeteries in the area. Information regarding their publications available for sale is accessible, which include Cemetery Records, 1860 Alachua Co. Census and Masons 1866-1870.Website:
The association was founded in 1967. Their collections are accessible on the second floor of the Main Library of Nova South-eastern University, 3100 Ray Ferrero Jr. Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314.
It is also possible to view Cemetery Records from Dania Memorial Park(Woodlawn Cemetery) and West Lawn Cemetery.Website:
The association was established in 2001. Their site gives details of resources accessible in their Library. They also have a list of surnames currently being researched by members on the site along with information regarding Special Interest Groups.Website:
The organisation was established in 1975. Many resources relating to Genealogy are accessible at the Fort Myers-Lee County Public Library. An index of death notices and obituaries published in Fort Myers News-Press is accessible.
There is also a list of surnames currently being researched by members along with details of Special Interest Groups, some of which to England and Wales.Website: