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Our Mission

To promote interest in and study of American history through genealogical research; to preserve the heritage of the American Pomeroys and their allied families by conducting research, collaborating with other researchers, and providing access to the results.

Our Vision

We are committed to assisting genealogists researching the descendants of Eltweed Pomeroy and allied Pomeroys, and acting as a clearinghouse for their research. 

Our Purpose

The American Pomeroy Historic Genealogical Association (APHGA) was founded by Bill Pomeroy of Syracuse, NY, in order to provide an organization to communicate and collaborate family information regarding the descendants of Eltweed Pomeroy. Bill's dream is to publish an update of the Albert A. Pomeroy genealogy books, The History and Genealogy of the Pomeroy Family, Vols. I-III, published in 1912 and 1922.

Bill Pomeroy, an Eltweed descendant through Medad, is the founder and CEO of CXtec in Syracuse, NY.
Bill grew up in a family full of home-grown genealogists. Bill’s initial interest in his Pomeroy genealogy has turned into a labor of love, for both genealogy and local history. 

Bill is the President and Founder the American Pomeroy Historic Genealogical Association, an organization formed to further the Pomeroy Anvil Trail and Bill's dream to update the Albert A. Pomeroy books.

Mary Ann Pomeroy Hagen, also an Eltweed descendant through Medad, is from a politically active, human services oriented Pomeroy family. After a career in education and human services, she retired in 2001 to volunteer with local and global humanitarian efforts and continue her interest in her family genealogy.  She lives in Seattle, Washington.  Like Bill, she has had a dream to update the Albert A. Pomeroy books for several years.

The APHGA assists Bill Pomeroy with his local history projects, genealogical research and is coordinating the A. A. Pomeroy Book Update Project and the Pomeroy Anvil Trail.

Spearheading these projects is Susan Hughes, the Project Manager and Director of the APHGA

The following researchers have aided us in these monumental tasks: Nancy Maliweski, Betty Banta, Alethea Connolly, Judy Smith, Pat Whipple, Barbara Dix, Ed Miller, Tammy Chadwick and Christine Heslin, Katherine Werbeck, Allison Stevens, Dave Karn, Cindy Drage, Glenda Yaksich, Susan Miller, Alena Tyler, Rick Porter and Caryn Daher.  Our thanks to this group!