Amelia Island Genealogical Society, Nassau County Florida
Amelia Island Genealogical Society

Amelia Island Genealogical Society Inc.

The mission of the Amelia Island Genealogical Society is to support its members and others in their efforts to learn about their family history, and to develop resources regarding the genealogy and history of Nassau County, Florida.
 
The society sponsors an extensive course for new members interested in learning more about the genealogy process during January and February of each year. At monthly meetings of the society, the members take part in workshops, or listen to presentations on a variety of genealogical topics to increase their knowledge. We also have other unique programs, including tours of the old cemeteries in the area which we sponsor periodically. The society maintains a large collection of genealogy material at the Fernandina Branch of the Nassau County Public Library for public use. 
 
The Amelia Island Genealogical Society is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit, tax exempt, private foundation, incorporated in 1998.


Operating Year: January - December 2017


Officers
President: Dawn Bostwick
Vice President: Bob Keane
Secretary: Judy Frey
Treasurer: Bob Frey
 
Directors
Past President: Jean Mann
Membership: Larry Conte
Geneline Editor: Tonia Quarterman
Publicity: Lori Miranda
Programs: Rob Portegies-Zwart
 
Committees
Beginner Class Committee: Marie Santry
Library Committee: Marcia Pertuz
Research Coordinator: Kathy Nemaric
 
Webmaster
Webmaster: Jim Miller
Assistant Webmaster: Lori Miranda
 
Publications Editors
Nassau County Genealogist: Jean Mann
Geneline (Newsletter): Tonia Quarterman