-We continue our fundraising for a larger building-

-Special SALE-

The Heritage Book of Rutherford County, NC, Vol I

Special sale:  We have obtained a couple of copies ot the original Rutherford County Heritage Books.  These are new, even though they were printed in 1984.  They are still in the plastic wrap.

These are highly sought after and contain wonderful information about the development and early settlers of Rutherford County, NC.  (Part of Cleveland County used to be Rutherford County)

These are for sale for $200.00 plus $3.99 shipping. If you want to pick it up at the Archive building, it will be $200.00.

Heritage of Rutherford County, NC

The Heritage of Rutherford County, North Carolina, Vol I

Author/Editor:  William B Bynum; Genealogical Society of Old Tryon County.
Publisher: Winston-Salem, N.C. : Genealogical Society of Old Tryon County in cooperation with the History Division, Hunter Pub. Co. ; Forest City, N.C. : Book correspondence to the Society, 1984-

This is the 1st Edition
Format: Hardcover Print book
Biography : English

Contact BRGS at brgs1145@gmail.com or come to the Archive building at 1148 County Home Road, Shelby, NC 28152 on date and times we are open
email: brgs1145@gmail.com with questions.

Broad River Genealogical Society, Inc. is a non-profit corporation chartered in October 1980 by the State of NC and is classified as a Tax-Exempt Educational & Scientific Organization within the meaning of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations of funds, books and other property made to the Society are deductible for purposes of Federal Income Tax returns.

The Society is a member of the Federation of Genealogical Societies, and the National Genealogical Society, the North Carolina Genealogical Society, PreservationDirectory.com and the Cleveland County Arts Council.

The purposes of the Society are to preserve area records and to disseminate genealogical and historical information through book publishing, educational meetings, occasional genealogical classes and guidance for the public, and a bulletin published quarterly. This quarterly magazine Eswau Huppeday, which translates as “land between the rivers” and refers to the territory between the Cherokee & Catawba Indian Nations, contains over 250 pages of historical and genealogical information each year.

 BRGS – What we do:

  1. Collect historical and genealogical materials at our Archive.
  2. Assist people with genealogical research.
  3. Produce and sell books, maps & materials.
  4. Look up information and obituaries.
  5. Have guest speakers at our monthly meetings.
  6. Have programs on local history.
  7. Never charge people for our help, but we do accept donations.