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Caswell County Historical Association

Journal by rfrederi2

Greetings:

Set forth below are resources you may find helpful in your research, especially the Caswell County Family Tree:

1. Online Resources

Main Caswell County Historical Association Website
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncccha/

Caswell County, North Carolina GenWeb Website
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccaswel

Caswell County Family Tree
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=caswellcounty

Caswell County Historical Association Message Board
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ncccha/

Caswell County Historical Association Web Log
http://ncccha.blogspot.com/

Caswell County Photograph Collection
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ncccha/

Caswell County Cemetery Census
http://cemeterycensus.com/nc/casw/index.htm

2. Research Service

The CCHA also offers online research services:

http://ncccha.org/researchservice/researchservice.html

And, help is available at the Richmond-Miles History Museum in Yanceyville, North Carolina (15 Main Street on the Court Square). The Museum is open Wednesday through Friday (12 PM to 4 PM). For more information email CCHA President Karen Oestreicher: karen@ncccha.org. Museum telephone number: (336) 694-4965.

3. Others Who Might Help

I also can share your request with others at the CCHA who are familiar with Caswell County, its history and people.

4. Join the Caswell County Historical Association

Please consider joining the Caswell County Historical Association. The annual dues are very reasonable ($20 for an individual, $30 for a family). This entitles you to receive Lives and Times, the CCHA quarterly newsletter and to obtain research services at reduced rates. Dues also help the CCHA preserve the history of Caswell County. You may join the CCHA online and pay your annual dues using PayPal or a major credit card at the following site: http://ncccha.org/

5. Subscribe to the CCHA/CCGW Message Board

If you would like to join the CCHA Message board, just sent me the email address that you want to use and I will issue an invitation. Membership is restricted. We currently have over 200 members, all interested in the history of Caswell County and the genealogy of its people. The conversations are most informative. If I can discern an email address from your query I will use that to send an invitation.

6. Purchase Books on Caswell County History and Families

The CCHA has available for purchase many helpful publications on Caswell County and its people. These may be ordered online at:

http://www.ncccha.org/publications/publications.html

At this site you may pay using PayPal or a major credit card. These publications, along with other items, may be purchased at the Richmond-Miles History Museum in Yanceyville, North Carolina.
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If you have or come across information relevant to Caswell County, please share it.

Good luck and best regards.

Rick

rick@ncccha.org

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on 2007-04-20 16:41:09

rfrederi2 , from Caswell County, North Carolina, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2007.

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