|American Wars and Conflicts
Sororial lineage society comprised of direct descendants of veterans of the Federal US Army who fought in the defense and for the preservation of the Union during the American Civil War. Honoring the memory of those ancestors through service projects which are of benefit to the public in a local, State and National level. Offers membership requirements, state listings, society departments, projects, history, and links.
National society for female lineal decendants of Union Officers who fought in the American Civil War. Provides membership requirements, history of society, objectives, contacts, and links.
Created in 1865 upon the death of Abraham Lincoln, and originally composed of Union Officers, it is now a fraternal lineage society composed of direct male descendants of those Union officers of the US Army, Navy and Marines who served in the Civil War.
A non-profit, non-political, national lineage society chartered by the State of Texas whose purposes are historical, genealogical, educational and charitable in nature. Membership is open to the lineal or collateral blood descendants of any U.S. military or patriotic veteran who rendered honorable service in the war with Mexico between 1846 and 1848. Offers membership information and forms, activities and events, programs, and historical data on the Mexican and Texas conflicts.
Lineage society founded in 1921 with membership open to women who are of lineal descent from a commissioned officer of one or more of the American wars between the years 1607 through 1865.
Heredity organization open to the descendants of the Officers in the Continental Army who served during the American Revolution. Offers information on the society objectives, membership requirements, and contacts.
Membership is gained through the State societies and is open to any male over the age of 21 who is the lineal blood descendant of one who served during the War of 1812, in the army, navy, revenue-marine, or privateer service of the United States. Provides information on the society, listing of state society contacts, history of the War of 1812, timeline, awards, and online search.
Organization of direct descendents of the defenders of the Alamo. Objectives, history, events and memorial days, profiles of the defenders, and related links.
Oldest military hereditary society in the US. Open to descendants of Continental Army and Navy officers. History of society, membership, articles on the war and links.
Historical information about the Society's foundations, objections and Congression opposition, and sentiment in France. From the Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia Library.