The Alford American Family Association
Serving the Alford community over 25 Years
We Are Family!!
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Welcome to the Alford American Family Association!
We hope you will enjoy your visit to our site.
We welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions.
- About AAFA
The history of the Association, its purpose, and its current Officers and Board Members.
A Collection of "Alford" and AAFA photographs.
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- AAFA Members
This page is about our members, including officers and other volunteers and honored members.
- MEMBER MEMORIALS
- As we learn of a member's death, an In Remembrance is posted here.
- ALL MEMBERS with Ahnentafels
- List of members by membership number. Most, if they are "Alford" descendants, have a link to their ancestor table (Ahnentafel) and to their branch genealogy. If they are from a branch for which we have Y-DNA then there is usually a flag regarding that. Some have links to "more" which is their member page.
A vast collection of searchable data and records. Major collections include:
You can contribute to Alford Cemetery Records. Visit the page to see how easy it is.
Listing most Alfords in all states from 1790 - 1920 (lacking some of more recent)
Over 100 "Alford" genealogies - updates in progress. This page also includes DNA information.
Thousands of pages representing every state (except TN - coming soon).
- Membership Information
Cordially inviting you to join the Alford American Family Association.
- Related Links
Various links to other web sites and research information.
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If you don't find the information that you're interested in, please email us and we'll attempt to locate information that has not yet been posted to our web site. - Thank you
Please use standard genealogical caution with data on this website. We've made every effort to be correct and precise, but research in primary records is still necessary and recommended. Do let us know about errors, corrections, and additions.
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