Family Organizations: R
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|
|Rathbun, Rathbone, Rathburn||The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn International Family Association, Inc|
|Rathbun||Rathbun Family website|
|Redd||Website: John H. Redd and Elizabeth Hancock Family Organization Twitter: Family Redd Ongoing research on the Redd family, Podcasts, DNA research, and more!|
|Reynolds||Website: Reynolds Family Association for the surname Reynolds and variant spellings. Social media sites, live chats, and a DNA project.|
Facebook: Reynolds Family Association Organization and Twitter: Reynolds Family Association, and a Wiki Page Reynolds Family Association
|Rice||Website: Edmund Rice(1638) Association Reunions, Social Media, DNA, publications, Newsletter|
Facebook Page: Edmund Rice (1638) Association
|Robins/Robbins||Robbins Family Society|
|Rose||Website: Rose Family Association Society has booklets, DNA project, magazine, blog, members only section, online family files.|
|Ross||Facebook: Ross Family History Group|
Group devoted to furthering Ross genealogy, shares pictures, and has research collaboration.
|Ruffner||Website: The Ruffner Family Association|
The association is mainly focused on Peter Ruffner and Mary Steinman descendants and their collateral lines in the settlement of the American Frontier. They have history, genealogy, reunions, newsletters, an endowment fund, and collaboration of research.
|Rockwell||Website: The Rockwell Family Association
The association continues the work of the Rockwell Family Foundation, established in 1992. It has published a newsletter reporting new genealogical research on the family and current reports of family members in the news. It sponsors a Rockwell surname Y-DNA project.