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Pioneers of Campbell County

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Quarterly meeting: If you have a suggestion about future meetings or about possible speakers, topics, or anything else, please let us know. We need your input. Email us at askocchs@yahoo.com, or do it the old-fashioned way with a letter to:

OCCHS
PO Box 463
Fairburn GA 30213

Contact OCCHS by email, or call 678 850-6506

Things to do, things to know:

Make it your goal to find at least one person you can help with their family tree, whether it's showing them how to use a computer program or how to use the facilities at OCCHS. Every person you help is a new friend and potential new member.

Dedicate yourself to contacting an ancestor you've never spoken with to share family data. You never know what you may discover.

Wanted:

We need a copy of the Campbell County official seal. If you have any documents showing the seal, please let us know.



United Daughters of the Confederacy

The United Daughters of the Confederacy is re-surveying and documenting all monuments they have placed since the organization began.

The Frankie Lyle Chapter No. 2074
United Daughters of the Confederacy®

Cordially invites you, your family and friends
To Commemorate

 Confederate Memorial Day
Bestowal of Military Service Awards

 

Guest Speaker
Dr. Jeffrey C. Lowe

 

2 PM
Sunday, April 24, 2016
 

Bethany United Methodist Church
607 Rivers Road
Fayetteville, Georgia

 

Reception Following

 

 

President Sid Brown. askocchs@yahoo.com or res. 678 850-6506,


Who are we?

The Old Campbell County Historical Society (OCCHS) invites you to help us preserve the history of our community. If you live in the area that was once Campbell County, the history is part of the place where you reside. And you are now a part of tomorrow's history. We invite you to help us preserve the facts and artifacts of the past.

Front of old courthouse building with four white columns and two staircases. Trees in front yard.
OCCHS was formed in 1970 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the historic Campbell County Courthouse and the documents, images, artifacts, and information that are part of our county. The Courthouse in Fairburn is now the home of this society and houses the OCCHS museum which tells the story of Campbell County.

OCCHS has a Research Room in the Campbell County Courthouse which is staffed by volunteers. The museum and research room are open on Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or by appointment. For more information about using the research facility or viewing the museum, please contact:

Sidney (Sid) Brown: President: 678 850-6506 (mobile phone)
askocchs@yahoo.com


OCCHS is a non-profit organization which depends solely on membership dues, donations and any money received from special events. The operation of the museum and research center depends entirely on volunteers. Your tax deductible contributions are always appreciated!

Ask a question or make a suggestion

If you have a question about old Campbell County's history or people, send an email to askocchs@yahoo.com. We'll ask our research staff and historians to try to send you an answer.

Quarterly meeting: If you have a suggestion about future meetings or about possible speakers, topics, or anything else, please let us know. We need your input. Email us at askocchs@yahoo.com, or do it the old-fashioned way with a letter to:

OCCHS
PO Box 463
Fairburn GA 30213