Family Organizations: E
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|
||Webpage: The Eddy Family Association|
Genealogical data base, Reunions, DNA project
||Webpage: Edens Family Association|
Genealogy database, reunions, news, and collaboration
||Website: Major Howard Egan Family Association|
Their main goal is to organize and conduct genealogical research on the ancestors and descendants of Major Howard Egan. Membership, reunions, education, and publications.
Facebook: Major Howard Egan
||Website: Eller Family Association|
Worldwide effort to reach all Ellers and allied family lines into a cooperative effort. Genealogy, Relationships, active website, newsletters, publications, books, collaboration.
Facebook: Eller Family Association
Facebook page for advertising Association and activities and members and seekers to post.
||Facebook Group: Elmore Family History Group|
For researchers of the Elmore Family Tree - Genealogy
||Facebook Group: Elswick Family of Kentucky and West Virginia Genealogy|
Facebook group for researchers of the Elswick Surname and descendants
||Website: Entwistle Family History Association|
Genealogy, files, history
Facebook Page: Entwistle Family History Association
The association shares updates and waypoints for members
||Facebook Group: Esteps and extended familys of Southern West Virginia Family Tree Group|
Facebook Group for anyone who is an Estep from Southern WV or the surrounding area, and spouses]
||Facebook Page: Everett(e) Family|
Facebook Page for connecting with those researching all branches of the Everett(e) family
||Website: Clan Ewing|
Informal association of Ewing clansfolk and friends open to everyone with an interest in the clan The forum is one of the facilator's methods of communication. They participate in the DNA project with the United States and have an Association Newsletter.
Facebook Group:Clan Ewing
Group is the second method of communication with the Association members.
||Website: Ewing Family Association|
Genealogy, Research, DNA project.