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Family Associations, Family Organizations, and Family Societies exist throughout the world, but finding them is problematic. This collection of links to the websites, Facebook pages, and if needed a mailing address, will help you find the organizations that can be helpful in your family history research. Feel free to add an organization or update any that are already listed.


Surname Links & Description
Walker Website: John Walker Family Organization
Association concentrating on early Walker ancestors; collaboration, reunions, newsletter, publication.<br
Ware Website: Ware Family Association a web-based organization ony
Warrington Facebook Group: Warrington Family Tree and Genealogy Group Webster and others Website: Our Family Histories for the Boulter, Larson, Shook, and Webster ... family lines
Goal is for collaboration, sharing of stories, pictures
Whiteside Website: Whiteside Ancestry
Research, DNA project, Newsletter, Next Generation, Social media
Facebook: Whiteside Family Facebook Group
Contact: President: William Garrison Whiteside
Whitney Whitney Research Group
Wiggins-Wells Website: Aaron and Ruth (Wiggins) Wells Family Association
Wilcox-Wilcockson Facebook Group: Wilcox-Wilcockson Family
Descendants of Wilcox or Wilcockson (and variant spellings).
Wilhite
Website: Southwest Indiana Association of Wilhite Families
Loosely formed association to research, collaborate, and share information about Joseph Wilhite family who came to SW Indianain the 1830s and to reunite this family. Reunions,Forums
Wing
Website: Wing Family of America, Inc.
Association formed in 1902, currently has 12 districts representing the descendants of Wing family throughout the US and Canada.
Wixson Facebook: A Wixson Family Genealogy
Dedicated to the preservation of family history; embracing, ancestry, life, and descendants of James and Beulah Wixson.
Wold Facebook: The Wold Family
Goal is to share stories, photos, documents and messages with family.
Wolfensberger Website: The Wolfensberger Family Association
This Association is for descendants of Hans von WOLFSBERG born about 1395 near Bauma, Switzerland. Newsletters, research collaboration, international collaboration, publications.
Workman Website: Workman Family Organization
John Workman 1789-1855 and Lydia Bilyeu were married in March 1809. They had 20 children and raised 13 to adulthood. Currently there are about 10,000 descendants.
Wrexham Facebook: Wrexham Family History Group
For Wrexham descendants to explore their connections with other Wrexhams.