This section lists county associations from Solano to Whittier Area giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The society was founded in 1977. Their aims are to provide a means for people to exchange ideas and information and to preserve and promote local genealogies.
Numerous publications and programs to help people interested in researching their own genealogy are also accessible.
Their collections are housed in Katy Geissert Torrance Civic Centre Library and include books relating to:
They also have information regarding local Cemeteries, along with some transcriptions, a small map collection, vertical file and resources on microfiche.
Links to other sites you may find of use are accessible, including sites maintained by their own members.
The association was established in 1994 to encourage and help people with their family tree research. Their resources are accessible at Mission Viejo Library and an on-line catalogue of these resources is accessible on the site. These resources do not just relate to California, but all across the United States and further afield, such as England and Wales.
A list of surnames currently being researched by members of the organisation is available, some of whom have an interest in England and Wales.Website:
The society has transcribed nearly all the Tracy Cemetery Records, including Brichetto Cemetery, Midway Cemetery and Tracy Cemetery. These are available to search in Alphabetical Order. A list of deaths occurring in the Tracy Area is accessible.
In addition, an index of surnames currently being researched by members of the organisation is on the site.Website:
The association was founded in 1978 and now has over 200 members. Their site includes an on-line catalogue of their resources accessible at Camarillo City Library. There is also an index of surnames currently being researched by group members.
It is possible to search a catalogue of the association's Library Collection, which includes Genealogies, the Mayflower Ancestral Index and Royalty for Commoners, along with United States and International Collections, by using the Whittier College Wardman Library on-line catalogue and choosing WAGS Collection in the location field.
There is also an index of surnames currently being researched by group members.