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Our Purpose

 

The American Pomeroy Historic Genealogical Association (the APHGA) was founded by Bill Pomeroy of Syracuse, NY, in order to provide an organization to communicate and collaborate family information regarding the descendants of Eltweed Pomeroy. Bill's dream is to publish an update of the Albert A. Pomeroy genealogy books, The History and Genealogy of the Pomeroy Family, Vols I-III, published in 1912 and 1922.

For this purpose we have created an APHGA MyFamily.com site, with subscription available to those volunteers who would like to help us with this project.  The MyFamily.com site provides a secure, password protected environment where researchers can share and exchange information.

This is a huge undertaking and we're counting on American Pomeroy researchers for their help.  Those who participate will not only have the satisfaction of seeing their research in print, but may also find others researching their particular line.  If you would like to help with this project, please contact Nancy Maliwesky for access to the APHGA MyFamily.com site.  We'd like to know a little bit about you, so when you e-mail us, please tell us which branch of the Pomeroy family you're descended from!

 

 

Affiliation

We recognize and support the efforts of the Pomeroy Family Association to further the study and research of the Pomeroy family around the world.  Our organization has been set up for the distinct purpose of updating the A. A. Pomeroy books published in the 20th century.  We are happy to share any non-Eltweed family information that we uncover during our research with the PFA.

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