The Northeast Washington Genealogical Society was formed in 1981 to stimulate and encourage interest in genealogical research. They meet the second Wednesday of every month except December: The computer interest group meets at 10:30 a.m. at The Family Fun Center and the general meeting takes place at 1:30 p.m. at the Family History Center, both in Colville, WA. The general meeting consists of a business meeting followed by an instructional lecture on some topic pertaining to researching family history. Meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend. The society publishes a quarterly called, Pioneer Branches, which is sent to all members. The society maintains a genealogical collection in the Colville Public Library consisting of over 700 books, periodicals and microfilm with a special interest in the Northeast Washington counties of Stevens, Ferry, and Pend Oreille. All books in our collection remain in the library at all times; they can not be checked out, nor do they circulate on interlibrary loan.
|(NEW) Little Journeys Around the Town, Colville, WA||$32.95|
|Stevens Co., WA, Births and Deaths 1890-1907||$20.00|
|Cemeteries of Colville, Washington||$14.50|
|Cemeteries of Incorporated Towns of Stevens County, Washington||$14.50|
|Cemeteries of Rural Areas of Stevens County, Washington||$17.00|
|Cemeteries of North Half Ferry County, WA||$22.00|
|Index to Marriage Returns of Ferry County, Washington||$10.00|
|Birth and Death Records of Ferry County, Washington||$ 6.00|
|Bible Records (A Collection)||$20.00|
Our research staff will currently do a full search of local resources for $15.00 (fee subject to change at anytime). These resources include courthouse records, local newspapers, county histories, funeral home records, county directories and people & photo files. Send requests to the society address above, ATT: Research Staff or e-mail email@example.com.
Email Contacts for more information:
Susan Dechant (Kettle Falls) firstname.lastname@example.org Doris Winskie (Chewelah) email@example.com
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