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A Family Reunion (potluck) is planned for the descendants of John Gregory and Martha Hall who lived and raised their family in southwest Virginia. The event will be held at the Draper Valley Pentecostal Church fellowship hall (the small one) on July 19. The exact time will be confirmed later, although it will probably be around noon. Contact Catherine Chambers email@example.com
PIERRE CHASTAIN FAMILY ASSOCIATION
All descendants of Dr. Pierre Chastain are invited to the 2013 Annual Reunion, October 4th and 5th at the grand Plaza Hotel, 245 North Wildwood Dr., Branson, MO. To make reservations please call, 417-366-6646 or 1-800-850-6646. There is a block of rooms set aside for the Association for $77 per standard room (Plus Tax). These are on first come basis and must be reserved for this event by Sept. 1, 2013. You must state you are asking for the Pierre Chastain Reunion rooms.
If you or your ancestors have any of the following variations of Chastain such as: Chasteen, Chastaine, Chasten, Castine or Shastid then you are likely to be in the Chastain linage.
Branson has an unlimited number of activities and some tours will be included in our schedule. In addition there will be a Genealogical Workshop and access to the “famous” Chastain record room with in house Genealogy experts to guide and help with linage inquiries. The Annual Banquet will be Saturday Night in the beautiful dining room with a view of Branson at night!
A family membership in the Association is currently $20 a year or $200 for lifetime membership. This includes a publication, “The Chestnut Tree” 3 times a year. The membership chair: J.D. Chastain, 20122 S. Hwy. 59, Siloam Springs, AR 72761. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any other information or questions you may call the Publicity Chair at: 479-524-3461 or 479-549-5394.
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