Stafford County Historical Society
Officers, Members of the Board, and Committee Chairs are selected in December to serve one year terms. By-laws dictate the operations of the Society.
The Society is Incorporated in VA and is classified by IRS as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
Donations are tax deductible.
Please contact us if you are interested in Stafford County History.
For 2013 the following applies:
President - Rick MacGregor - 540-659-8206
Jane Conner - 540-286-1118
Al Conner - 540-286-1118
Corresponding Secretary - Doris McAdams
Recording Secretary – Jerrilynn Eby MacGregor
Treasurer – Jim Brown - 540-373-2519
Accountant – Milli Moncure
Historian - Barbara Flack - 540-752-2802
Membership Director - Doris McAdams
Oral History Program Director - Arthur Hart - 540-286-3676
Public Relations and Publications Director – Al Conner - 540-286-1118
Society representatives to:
Cemetery Committee Liaison - Linda Belles - 540-538-2056
Civil War Park Steering Group - Al Conner - 540-286-1118
Stafford Museum Committee - Jane Conner - 540-286-1118
Patawomeck Indians - Becky Guy - 540-479-3448
Webmaster - SCHSwebmaster
MEETINGS- Monthly at 7:30 PM on third Thursdays at the County Admin Bldg. Schedule?
If you would like to use your talents and serve on a committee, please contact a board member.
Also see our Membership page.
Stafford’s history is a fascinating tapestry of America’s, Virginia’s and Stafford’s journey through time.
Membership in the SCHS
Membership is open to all with an interest in Stafford’s history. Members receive quarterly newsletters and enjoy members’ prices on Society products. Monthly meetings inform members and the general public on all aspects of Stafford’s nationally significant “local” history. Society members actively research our history and inform themselves and others.
Voices of Stafford
The Stafford County Historical Society maintains an active oral history program with interviews of county citizens. These are in the form of CDs which are available for check out at local libraries. Each interview runs about one hour.
Keepers of the Knowledge
The Stafford County Historical Society maintains a program which recognizes individuals who have contributed to the body of knowledge which comprises our county’s rich history.
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