Family Finders Genealogy Club
We are located at the Nowata City county Library
224 S. Pine, Nowata, Ok 74048
Library's telephone number is 918 273-3363
This club meets at the Nowata Library at 1:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month. Club dues are $5.00 per year and $.25 "funny money" is contributed at each monthly meeting.
The President of the club is Barbara Yates.
Family Finders will search all records in our library for a donation to our club and the cost of copying (25cents a page) and postage.
The Sec/Treas of the Club is Nita Wesson. If you are interested in learning the latest information about the club please contact her at Nita Wesson
Family Finder Genealogy Club;
1969 - 2008
Years spent searching for all records
fAMILY FINDERS GENEALOGY CLUB OFFICERS
FAMILY FINDERS GENEALOGY CLUB OFFICERS 1 Apr 1969-1970 President Geneva King, Vice-President Caryl Bell, Secretary Blanche DonCarlos, Treasurer Bernice Long 1971-1972 President Blanche DonCarlos, Vice-President Belva Secondine, Secretary Audrey Kennedy, Treasurer & Publicity Chairman Bernice Long 1973 President Jayne Sweger, Vice-President Ethel Hairston, Secretary Agnes Munson, Treasurer & Publicity Chairman Bernice Long 1974-1975 President Lela May, Vice-President Ethel Hairston, Secretary Agnes Munson, Treasurer Jo Roberson, Club Reporter Audrey Kennedy 1976 President Bernice Long, Vice-President & Reporter Jayne Sweger, Secretary Thelma Hathcoat, Treasurer Jo Roberson 1977 President Mary Vulgamore, (Mary Vulgamore resigned, Faye Hanks replaced her, then Faye resigned, Audrey Kennedy served out 1977) Vice-President Audrey Kennedy, Faye Hanks replaced Audrey Kennedy, Secretary Thelma Hathcoat, Secretary Thelma Hathcoat, Treasurer Jo Roberson, Co-reporters Leona Hester & Jayne Sweger 1978 President Leona Kester, Vice-President Virginia Slack, Secretary Thelma Hathcoat (Thelma resigned, Agnes Munson replaced her), Treasurer Jo Roberson 1979 President Leona Kester, Vice-President Virginia Slack, Secretary Agnes Munson, Treasurer Bernice Long 1980 President Virginia Slack, Vice-President Geneva King, Secretary Agnes Munson, Treasurer Bernice Long 1981 President Virgie Nix, Vice-President Lela May, Secretary Agnes Munson, Treasurer Bernice Long 1982 President Lela May, Vice-President Leona Kester, Secretary Maxine Hays (she asked to decline, Agnes Munson replaced her), Treasurer Bernice Long 1983 President Lela May, Vice-President Ina Condray, Secretary/Treasurer Bernice Long 1984-1985 President Jackie Orban, Vice-President Lela May, Secretary Donna McCray, Treasurer Bernice Long 1986-1987 President Blanche DonCarlos, Vice-President Jackie Orban, Secretary Donna McCray, Treasurer Bernice Long 1988-1989 President Jo Roberson, Vice-President Lela May, Secretary Donna McCray, Treasurer Bernice Long 1990-1992 President Ina Condray, Vice-President Lela May, Secretary Blanche DonCarlos, Treasurer Bernice Long 1993-1994 President Gertrude Boyer Vice-President Elsie Berg, Secretary Blanche DonCarlos, Treasurer Mildred Whitson 1995-1997 President Elsie Berg, Secretary Blanche DonCarlos, Treasurer Mildred Whitson 1998-1999 President Elsie Berg, Vice-President Gertrude Boyer, Sec/Treasurer Blanche DonCarlos 2000-2001 President Elsie Berg, Sec./Treasurer Blanche DonCarlos 2002-2003 President Elsie Berg, Sec./Treasurer Blanche DonCarlos, Blanche resigned in Sept, Virginia Temple replace her 2004-2005 President Elsie Berg, Sec./Treasurer Virginia Temple 2006-2007 President Diana McLean, Sec./Treasurer Virginia Temple, Virginia resigned in June 2006, Nita Wesson replaced her 2008 President Diana McLean, Vice-President Lisa Frye, Sec./Treasurer Nita Wesson. Diana resigned in May 2008, Barbara Yates replaced her. * * * *
Family Finders Monthly Meeting Reports "2007"
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Family Finders Monthly Meeting Reports "2008"
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Nowata County Historical Society Museum
Tuesday - Saturday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Closed Sunday & Monday)
Located at 121 S. Pine, Nowata, Ok 74048
Operates with volunteer personnel only. Contributions are accepted. Open 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday. Phone calls are welcomed during business hours. The volunteers will help you if they can. Will answer questions about prominent, and not so prominent citizens. Exhibits offer a glimps of Indian Territory and early Oklahoma History. They cover oil fields, history of Nowata County, agriculture, Cherokee Nation, wood carvings, artifacts, cowboy information, early law enforcement, rodeo championships, furntiture brought to Nowata via covered wagon, furnishings from old homes and businesses, hardware, and much more.
The Nowata Historical Society has a book available entitled "Nowata County History" and a folded map depicting Nowata County and many important and historic sites. It is helpful in showing where many people resided. Please contact them for availability and cost.
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This page was last updated Monday, 10-Sep-2018 10:14:21 MDT by Sharlee Farrell.