Family Organizations: O
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|
|Oblad||Website: Descendants and Heritage of John Fredereck Oblad|
History, genealogy collaboration, descendant, and ancestor information.
|Ogle / Ogles
||Website: Ogle/Ogles Family Association|
The association's main focus is descendants of either John Ogle, immigrant to Delaware (1664), or Samuel Ogle, three times Governor of Maryland (1731-32; 1733-42; and 1747-52). They have research in England as well as the United States. Newsletters, publications, Conventions, DNA project, and a book in progress.
Facebook: Ogle/Ogles Family Association
Facebook page for Association to advertise and give activities to membership and seekers
||Facebook: The Ontiveros Family Early California History|
Facebook group for only the ONTIVEROS FAMILY involvement of the early settlement of the State of California.
||Website: Osmond Family Organization|
Family Organization shares and collaborates on family history, research, DNA, reunions.
||Website: The Ouzts Family Association|
Family Association for the lineage of Johann Dietrich Utz who left Germany and came to Edgefield County, South Carolina. Reunions.
||Facebook: Overmohle-Koch Family Genealogy|
Facebook group focused on Leo Overmohle and Rosemary Koch (my grandparents), who were married January 15, 1953. and their ancestors. Designed for collaboration.
||Website: Owsley Family Historical Society|
Family Historical society for the surnames OWSLEY * OUSLEY * OUSELEY * HOUSLEY * HOWSLEY. Genealogy collaboration, Reunion, DNA, newsletter, and historic preservation. Many are from lineage of the Reverend John Owsley, Rector of Glooston Parish in Leicestershire, England, from 1660 to 1687.
Facebook: Owsley Family Historical Society
Facebook group for immediate interaction between members and to find new researchers.