Family Associations: W
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).
|| 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
|| 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.