This section lists county associations from Manatee to Tallahassee providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The aim of the Society is to encourage and promote the study of family history and genealogy.
Workshops and seminars are also held by the society.
Details of their publications are available, which includes Tombstone Inscriptions in Manatee Co. Cemeteries, Florida 1850-1980 and Extractions from Manatee Co. Censuses of 1860-1870-1880-1885-1895.
It is possible to view both of these publications online, as they are now out of print.
You are able to download PDF versions of their newsletter Cracker Crumbs from September-October 2005 to Winter 2012.
Many publications are available for sale, including:
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also available.
The society was established in 1989, its aim being to promote and encourage genealogical research.
They have transcribed Cemetery Records from nearly all the Cemeteries in St Johns County. A database of transcriptions from Cemeteries in Putnam County is accessible. Details of obituaries, indexed by surname, is also available, covering 2007-2014.
Numerous transcriptions relating to St Johns County are also held by the society. These include Church Registers, Military, Schools and Vital Records.
Links to other sites you may find useful are also available.Website:
The aims of the Genealogical Society of South Brevard are to encourage and promote interest in genealogy, to assist people conducting family history research, to provide somewhere information can be exchanged between members and to help with the maintenance required for genealogical publications.
Their site gives details of the Society's extensive resources, which include books, periodicals, CD-ROMs, microfilms and microfiche which are accessible in the Genealogy Room of Melbourne Public Library and include:
Full information regarding these documents is available on the site.
They have also published a book which includes tombstone transcriptions up to 1995 from information collected at Melbourne Cemetery and Eau Gallie Cemetery. It is possible to peruse this book on-line.
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also accessible, along with links to other sites you may find of use.
The organisation was established in 1981, its aims being to promote and encourage the study of family history, to assist people with their research and to preserve our ancestors' records.
Many archives are accessible in their Library, which include:
These resources do not just relate to Florida, but to other States in the US and further afield, such as England and Wales.
They also have a list of surnames currently being researched by members.