This section lists associations from Bainbridge Island to Clallam giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 2005 and is based on Bainbridge Island. Members study their ancestry across the US and the entire world.
Members have roots in New England, Ireland, Scotland, Scandinavia, Europe, Canada and the West Indies. Anyone is welcome to visit or to join the association.
Many archives can be accessed in their Library, which include:
These archives do not only relate to the area of Bainbridge Island, but further afield.
A list of Surnames currently being researched by Members is also available.
The society is a chapter of Puget Sound Genealogical Society. Many databases are accessible, which incorporate Marriage Applications 1891-1909, Obituaries and Cemetery Transcripts.
Links to other sites you may find of use are also available.Website:
Many archives can be accessed in Chelan Public Library, which incorporate:
Some databases are accessible, which incorporate:
It is possible to purchase The Fraternal Cemetery: Chelan's Oldest Burial Place of Pioneers Inscriptions 1903-1992 from the Society.
An Index of Surnames in the Book is available on the site, along with a list of links to other sites you may useful.
Their aims are to collect and preserve genealogical resources, and to offer assistance to people conducting genealogical research.
Many books are available in their Lending Library, which include information regarding:
An index of Obituaries from 1888 to 1970 is accessible and this index was compiled from Notices found in the Port Angles Evening News, The Daily News, The Sequim Press and various other Publications.
They also have Photographs of Obituaries appearing in Newspapers and other Publications from 1971 and, for a fee, are prepared to send a copy of the appropriate Obituary.Website: