Genealogical Society of South Whidbey Island
We hope you find this award-winning site helpful, interesting and inspiring. We offer fellowship and support to anyone interested in genealogy. New members and guests are always welcome. Our meetings are held in Freeland, Washington but members come from many locations all over the island and on the mainland.
Next GSSWI Meeting
12 September 2016 at 12:45 P.M.
First Meeting of the New Year!
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Four generations of the Hardin family in front of the Methodist Church in Kimberly, Idaho, about 1912. The three men in this photo were all Methodist ministers: left to right are Franklin A. Hardin, Floyd B. Hardin with baby Oliver, and Franklin B. Hardin. At the time of this photo, Franklin A. was retired, and Franklin B. was minister at the church. Franklin B. died a short time later, and Floyd, who had just become a minister, completed his father's term at the church.
News & Highlights
Focus Groups. GSSWI members have formed several groups focused on a particular area or topic. For more informaton, please see the Interest Groups page.
The society is devoted exclusively to genealogical education, genealogical research, promoting interest in family history and preserving records.
We have more than 100 members researching more than 875 unique surnames. Members' research currently involves about 51 states or provinces and 19 countries. See our research for details.
Photo notes. The sepia-toned photos on this website are from our members' family history collections. Most of the photos have been colorized to provide the sepia hue. We provide these photos and bits of information to intrigue, interest and sometimes amuse our visitors. We all delight in photos of our families and hope you enjoy these that we share. Note that photos on this website are the property of GSSWI members and are NOT available for reprinting or republishing without the owner's written permission.
GSSWI members Nancy Hepp
designed and created this award-winning website for GSSWI. Current
maintenance is being done by Jerry Case.