Family Organizations: K
Family Associations, Family Organizations, and Family Societies exist throughout the world, but finding them is problematic. This collection of links to the websites, Facebook pages, and if needed a mailing address, will help you find the organizations that can be helpful in your family history research. Feel free to add an organization or update any that are already listed.
|Surname||Links & Description|
||Facebook Group: Keller Kjoller Family Genealogy|
For the descendants of James Morgan Keller
||Website: Kemp Family History|
||Website:The Kennamer Page|
The Kennamer Family Association oversees a historical family land mark, cemetery, and has a Newsletter, reunions, as well as they collaborate on research.
Facebook: Kennamer Family
social media for the Association to have discussions, announcements, etc.
||Website:The Kerr Family Association|
They encourage high genealogical standards, and family history among Kerrs and Carrs throughout North America. Membership, genealogy, links
||Facebook: Heber C. Kimball Family Association|
Facebook page is "A gathering place for all descendants of Heber C. Kimball. We welcome you and ask that you invite all other family members to join us too."
||Website: Kimball Family Association|
Organization for descendants of Richard Kimball, they include collaboration, history, reunions.
||Website: Kimbrough Genealogy|
||Facebook Group: Kinder Family Genealogy|
|Kinnick, Kinneck||Website: The Kinnick Project|
||Website: The JP Kirkpatrick Genealogy and Family Site|
The site has a genealogy data base, transcription and books, blog.
Facebook: Kirkpatrick Family
Facebook group for Descendants of Walter & Willie Kirkpatrick from Texas
|Kirkpatrick or Kilpatrick
||Website: Kirkpatrick or Kilpatrick Clans of North America|
Clans of Scotland included. Collaboration, research, historical endeavors.
||Website: Knaphus Family Organization|
Encourages Family research, old newsletters, and a blog. Torleif S. Knaphus (1881-1965) was an artist, painter, sculptor. The "Handcart Pioneer" statue found on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, is just one of his many pieces of art. A bronze replica of his Handcart Pioneer statue is on display in his homeland at the Norwegian Emigrant Museum in Ottestad, Norway. Torleif worked on his genealogy throughout his life. This organization continues his work in conducting family history research.
||Website: Joseph Knight Sr and Polly Knight Family Organization|
Facebook Group: Joseph Knight Sr. and Polly Knight Page
||Website: Kunhardt Family Association in Germany|
Official website for the family unit Kunhardt eV. Collaborative research.