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 2014 the following applies:
President - Rick MacGregor - 540-659-8206
Immediate Past President - Richard Chichester
Jane Conner - 540-286-1118
Al Conner - 540-286-1118
Corresponding Secretary - Doris McAdams - 540-220-9091
Recording Secretary – Jerrilynn Eby MacGregor
Treasurer – Jim Brown - 540-373-2519
Accountant – Milli Moncure
Historian - Barbara Flack - 540-752-2802
Membership Director - Doris McAdams - 540-220-9091
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
Patawomeck Indian Tribe Liaison - Becky Guy - 540-479-3448
Stafford Museum Committee - Jane Conner - 540-286-1118
Webmaster - Debbi Shelton
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.
Keepers of the Knowledge
Membership in the SCHS
All members enjoy membership for the period covered by the dues paid by receiving notification of all events, quarterly newsletters, opportunities to work with and learn about areas of special interest to them and to enjoy ....
Voices of Stafford
The Stafford County Historical Society maintains a program of producing compact discs of oral interviews with native citizens. These are available for check out at local libraries. Each interview runs about one hour and features senior citizens who are .....
During the Prehistoric-era, comprising 4.5 billion years, the area comprising modern Stafford changed substantially. At one point the area roughly east of today's I-95 highway was covered by ocean water. ...
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