Clark County Genealogical Society Websites
by Our Present & Past Members

New library showing display area

Email us at: gensoc (at) ccgs-wa (at) org

Eileen is secretary for Cemetery District #1 or Fern Prairie Cemetery. See this site for lists of burials, pictures, obituaties and other information about this old Clark County cemetery.

Ron & Carolynn are researching many names from Clark County including Wood, Shanks, Stecher and Bodey.

by Alice Allen

by Pat Bauer – Pat has several of the Bauer and McKee ancestors family sheets and pictures are included on Pat’s page.

by Charles Caughlan

Robin has written an interesting book about her great-grandmother and her fight to save her son’t spirit. See information about A Soul On Trial.

by Charles Dailey – Visit this site to learn about Pioneer History – Churches of Christ & Christian Churches in the Pacific Northwest.

by Lawanna Dailey – Lawanna wants to share her family genealogy with her  home page. Click here to visit her new web page now.

by Paul Dale – Paul Dale had put together  with lots of pictures and family information. Included is a link to the Elliott and Guntle families from whom Phyllis descends.

by Larry Dean – DNA Project and to Dean family histories written by Larry and two other Dean family researchers.

by Betty Louise Condit Dollar (1931-2002) – A history of the Condit and Dollar families. Betty’s legacy and family history.

by Jeff Elmer

by Richard Gearhart – Richard is an adoptee and, thanks to the opening of the Oregon birth records, he now knows who he is! His web site is designed to help other adoptees find their roots.

by Jane Germann – Jane is researching surnames. Take a look and see if you are one of her many cousins.

Nancy has a lots of information on her family and on various Scandinavian areas.

by Karen Wallace Steely – Karen and her husband, Craig Wallace, are professional genealogists. 

Jerry is doing a study of the Thompson name and the many variations.

Visit Holly’s page to see information about her genealogy and her other hobby, quilting.

by Steve Vonderohe