Organized in 2021, by Cynthia Byxbee, for the purpose of identifying and honoring the memory of our early ancestors that were engaged in an emergency services field between July 4, 1776 and July 4, 1914.
A first responder is defined by this society; refers to persons engaged in law enforcement, fire fighters and medical fields. These individuals may be volunteer, military, or professionals.
Objectives and Purposes
To identify and honor the memory of our early ancestors that were engaged in an emergency services field between July 4, 1776 and July 4, 1914.
To produce and distribute publications relating to the history and genealogy of such ancestors.
To provide funds to First Responders Charities in the Law Enforcement, Medical, and Firefighter.
Membership is open to men, women and children of all ages who can prove lineal descent back to an early first responder. The Membership fee shall be $225 and includes a membership certificate, charm or mini insignia. Please visit our membership page for additional membership information.