Seeley Genealogical Society is an organization devoted to assembling and preserving genealogical and historical materials pertaining to the Seeley surname (ALL spellings: Seeley, Seelye, Seely) and Allied families. Membership is open to ALL persons interested in genealogical research and preservation of records.
We specialize in the Seeley surname, and variants (Seeley, Seelye, Seely) but do make related allied family information available.
Yes. SGS is a Title 501 (c)(3) organization, all donations are tax deductible for those who itemize.
Donations may be financial or otherwise. Monetary donations may be in check or money order, made out to “Seeley Genealogical Society”. Books, research notes, filing cabinets, or computer equipment are welcome. Please contact us before sending large items, so we can determine if we can use it, and make room for it. Currently, our Society headquarters is in a private home.
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Contact information is available in the annual membership issue. Each new issue of “The Seeley Genealogical Society Newsletter” lists new members and changes of address.
If you would like to submit a query please follow a few guidelines:
For comments or questions about SGS, or about the genealogical information presented on our site, please contact our Editor or President through:
E-Mail: Use our contact form
Mail: 1105 North Buckeye, Abilene, Kansas 67410-0337
Memberships begin at $10.00 for one year, $18.00 for two years, $25.00 for three years, or $36.00 for five years. We also offer a life memberships for $125.00.
Send your postal address via e-mail or postal mail to SGS.
Prior issues of the SGS Newsletter are available for $2.00 each. They can be ordered from:
Seeley Research Center,
Director Terry Tietjens
1105 North Buckeye
Abilene, KS 67410-0337
Or use our email link email@example.com.
All are welcome to view our web site and may contact any person listed on the queries page.
See: – http://www.seeley-society.net/queries.html
We try to tell those considering membership whether or not there is anyone researching a similar family line. An answer of “No.” may mean that our current members have not yet submitted their latest information.