The Soule Kindred in America was formed in 1967 by a group of dedicated people who were interested in preserving and passing information on to future generations. The Soule Kindred is a non-profit organization incorporated in Massachusetts in 1972. Through the diligence of the first president George Soule and Colonel John Soule, direct descendants of George Soule, a Mayflower passenger, a great heritage was found to have been left by our founding fathers.
Through the Soule Kindred quarterly publication, Soule Newsletter, information of genealogical value is disseminated to its members. Reading back issues of the Soule Newsletter is like walking through American and European history (after all, Europe is where most of our ancestors lived). Current news items about Soule Kindred members' activities bring "cousin to cousin" closer.
Genealogy records are available through the Soule Kindred historian to assist those interested in tracing their family roots. The Soule Kindred has microfilm records containing hundreds of names and information back to the Mayflower passenger George Soule.
Soule Kindred membership lists are published annually in the newsletter leading you to a whole new world of "cousins".
The annual Soule Kindred Reunion, held in a different city each year, offers an opportunity to meet your new cousins and make long lasting friendships.
There are no restrictions to joining the Soule Kindred. Your name does not have to be Sole, Soule, Sowle, Soules or even begin with an S. We have Jones, Abraham, Boyd, Edwards, Myers, Turner and many other names in our membership.
If the idea of finding your roots and meeting new "cousins" appeals to you, we invite you to send in your application and join us in researching and celebrating our fascinating heritage.
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