2010-2011 Officers and Committe Chairs
The society was formed in September 1965 when 16 men and women met at the courthouse at the uring of Katie Prince Ward Esker, a Starkville native and genealogist of prominence.
Fred Blocker, Michael H. Lampkin, Sam T. Polk, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Dero Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scott Sellars, Mrs. A. L. (Grace) Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Bannon, and Mrs. Susan Fox Larson.
Oktibbeha County Cemetery Book $50 includes postage. Order by submitting check payable to OCHGS, P. O. Box 2290, Starkville, MS 39750-2290
From Days Past ----A Series of Articles about Starkville, written by Ruth Morgan.
You are cordially invited to join The Oktibbeha County Historical and Genealogical Society (OCHGS). Monthly meetings are held annually September through May (November-December is combined for a Christmas party). Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of each month at 7 P.M. at the Starkville Public Library in the Christopher Randolph and Annie Reynolds Stark Genealogy Annex. Join or renew your membership in OCHGS and enjoy the interaction and fellowship (form provided below)
Oktibbeha County Historical and Genealogical Society Membership Application Please Print
The secretary will retain a membership directory in the OCHGS Records.
$10.00 per individual
Husband and Wife Membership
Business or Institutional Membership
Please send check and this application to: Oktibbeha County Historical and Genealogical Society
P. O. Box 2290
Starkville, MS 39760-2290
Books for Sale by OCHGS
Cemetery Book (Oktibbeha County)
$50 includes postage.
Order by submitting check payable to OCHGS,
P. O. Box 2290,
Starkville, MS 9760-2290
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