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The Higdon Family Association, Inc.

Approximately 160 members from 33 states and Canada participate in The Higdon Family Association, Inc., a non-profit organization.

The Higdon Family Association, Inc. has been meeting once a year since 1975. Please visit the listing of Annual Meetings to see where we have met. Also, check the Membership page for information on joining the Association.



How the HFA Began

After becoming interested in researching Higdons, Jo Ann Smith published a newsletter in January,1972, in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Jo Ann's mother was a Higdon.) About a dozen people donated one dollar each to help pay for printing and postage. As time went on, more people learned about the newsletter and subscribed. Interest grew in the family history. A feeling of closeness developed among the subscribers. A need to meet culminated in a get together in Franklin, North Carolina in August 1975. That group voted to form The Higdon Family Association. The first official meeting of the association was held October 15-17, 1976 in Raleigh.




Longtime members: Jack Smith, Jo Ann Smith, Helen Allison, Charles Higdon, Eva Wood



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