Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society History

The first meeting of the Cape Girardeau County Genealogy Society was Wednesday, May 18, 1970, at the Riverside Regional Library, Jackson Missouri, with 25 people present. The first officers were Clinton W. Wunderlich of Cape Girardeau as President, Homer Hartle of Millersville as Vice President, Earl H. Oldham of Burfordville as Secretary, and Mrs. Carlton Meyer of Jackson as Treasurer.

These images are from the first scrapbook pages for the Cape County Genealogy Society.

The charter membors of the Cape Girardeau County Genealogy Society were Mr. & Mrs. Edgar P. Bock, Mrs. J. R. Bush, Mr. & Mrs. William S. Chase, Mrs. Catherine Cochrane, Miss Mary Cox, Mrs. Goldie Crites, Mrs. Joetta Giles (David B.), Mrs. Richard H. Giles, Homor Hartle, Charles Hopkins, Mrs. F. E. Keene, Mr. Leeman N. Kinder, Mr. & Mrs. Luke F. Kinder, Mr. & Mrs. Otto A. Koenig, Mrs. Carleton Myeyer, Mrs. Robert Hills, Mr. Earl Oldham, Mrs. Calvin Phillips & Judy Phillips, Mrs. Virginia Prost, Mrs. Norman Sanders, Mrs. Bernard J. Schaper, Mr. & Mrs. Truman B. Statler, Mrs. Robert G. Talley, Mr. & Mrs. Roland C. Wagner, Lester J. Wilfong, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, Mrs. Peggy Williams, Miss Belva Wills, Earnis T. Wright, and Clinton Wunderlich.

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