The best place to ask a question and/or to ask for a look up is to use the Martin County, Florida Message Board feature on Ancestry and Roots Web .Com. Several Martin Co. people (including this webmaster) regularly check and respond to queries on this message board. And we do look ups if so needed.
If you are interested in Martin Co. genealogy, please help us by checking this message board to see if you can reply to any queries and look up questions.
Contact Ms Peterson on RootsPursuits.com
Contact K.B. Genealogy & Research on kbgr.org.
We are referring you to the Roots Web Message Board surname list. This simplifies our efforts to stay current.
For their new website, use a search engine with mcgensociety.
The Martin Co. Gen. Soc. offers classes. Search mc gen society org.
New!! June, 2013!! Adult evening classes (except some English classes) are no longer given by the School Board!
Here is the previous info: Also, the School Board of Martin County, Vocational, Adult and Community Education (VACE), for Jan-Mar 2012, has an evening course in genealogy. Use a search engine with VACE Martin County FL. Then click on Special Interest classes. Verbally permitted link to site. Their website navigation bar is at the bottom of the webpage.
Join a MCGS member(s) from 5:45 pm to 7:45 pm, for the First Thursday of Every Month, a casual gathering of anyone interested in genealogy, in the Gen Room of the Blake Library, 2351 SE Monterey Rd., Stuart, Fla. A chance for younger, working people, to ask questions, get help, etc.
Post your genealogy-related events (meetings, classes, workshops, fairs, etc.) on the Florida State Genealogical Society's website for state-wide exposure to possible attendees. Click on "Calendar".
Would you like to help? Want to join the FLGenWeb Project?
1. Share your old data, transcriptions or photographs. Send/take them to either the Florida County Coordinator for your county or to the FLGenWeb Digital Library and Archives.
2. Transcribe Florida documents that you have access to or contact the FLGenWeb Digital Library and Archives to transcribe documents on file there.
Copyrights are a concern for all who do research. Proper attention to copyright issues and laws are important for anyone who provides lookups. Volunteers are also asked to review the copyright issues and to acquire permission from copyright owners when possible.
Please review this copyright reference (Once at the website, click on Copyright Fundamentals for Genealogy, located in the far right column selection box.) before asking a volunteer to do a lookup for you.
When requesting lookups, please be courteous and limit your requests to no more than one or two items per request. Thank you.