Family Organizations: V
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|
||Website: Association of Paul Vachon|
Goal is to find and strengthen ties of descendants, shares pictures, newsletter, historical research, French and Canadian.
|Vaden||Website: The Vaden Family Research Center a centralized location for researching Vaden, Vadin, Vaider,Vaudin,Vodin, and Voden ancestry lines.|
|Van Bibber/Van Bebber||Website: Van Bibber Pioneers|
Old organization goals of historical and genealogical research of the Van Bibber/Van Bebber and related families. They have links, newsletters, research, and discussion.
|Van Voorhees||Website: The Van Voorhees Association The association offers genealogical research for members of the association which is comprised of descendants of the Van Voorhees Family. DNA Project. Newsletter. They have a social media group for conversations.
Facebook: Van Voorhees Association
|Vance||Website: Vance Family Association|
This association was established in 1984 and includes various spellings and origins of the surname. The association also has a Y-DNA project.
|Vincent or Vinson
||Website: Vincent DNA Project|
You are reading about a collection of websites focused on Vincent surname research in the U.S. and expanding worldwide. Our yDNA project link is at your left. Several DNA groups sharing the Vincent surname have been identified. Vincent DNA Project administrators are from the two largest groups in the U.S. See:
|Vining||Facebook: Vining Family Genealogy|
A group on Facebook for the descendants of John Vining of Wincaton, England/Weymouth, Massachusetts 1636-1685.