We are aware of the following Vickers Family Reunions. If your Vickers family has a reunion you would like to have posted to this page, please submit the basic information along with a contact person and (email) address and/or phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org
Letter dated July 6, 1998
Dear Vickers Family:
The Vickers family reunion for the descendants of early American Vickers and their families and friends will again be at the Community Center in
The most important thing is your presence. If it is inconvenient for you to bring prepared food for your family, bring food that can be prepared on site, as there are cooking facilities and refridgerators available. If it is inconvenient for you to travel with food, there are shopping facilities within 14 miles of Andice; bring cups, paper plates, etc. for your family. Everyone's food will be put together and we will all eat together. There will be a potluck lunch on Saturday (bring food for your family); the Saturday evening meal will be furnished, bring deserts, etc. I (Gilbert) will fix breakfast each morning with eggs, bacon, sausage, etc., whatever each family brings, but I will also be asking for volunteers to help prepare the food for the other meals brought by each family. I will also be asking for volunteer men and women to assist in cleaning up after each meal. Again, if any of these arrangements will hinder you from being present at the reunion, keep in mind your presence is of the utmost importance and just bring your family.
AUCTION -- For the auction (which is to make a little money for the reunion fund) everyone who would like to participate, bring preferably a hand-crafted item (worth about $5 or so) to be auctioned off. The kids can bring items worth $1.
VICKERS FAMILY COOKBOOK -- Orders will be taken for the cookbook and it can be mailed to you when it comes in.
AIR CONDITIONING -- As of now, I am still working to get air conditioners for the big meeting room so that hopefully it will be cooler again this year.
ALL MOTEL FACILITIES are in
Sincerely, Gilbert Vickers, President
Please see attached letter from Alan Vickers!
Dear Vickers Family:
A family video and book project is in progress. Based on the research of our family genealogist, Lola Vickers King, it covers the lineage of Silas Vickers and his descendants. History, facts, forgotten stories and memories are included. We hope to have this video available before year's end. At the family reunion in
Best regards, Alan Vickers
June 30, 1998
Vickers Family Reunion -- Florida
The children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren of Wesley and Nellie Vickers meet each April (around the third or last Sunday in April) in the central and southeastern portion of Florida (location varies as most descendants live in Charlotte, DeSoto and Orange Counties). Potluck Sunday picnic lunch and fellowship at a state or county park location is the usual fare. Wesley Call Vickers (1888-1979) was of the earliest Florida Vickers stock which originally came to the panhandle in the 1820's. All Vickers are welcome. Contact Kelly Vickers, email@example.com for more information.
Kelly--I finally called Willard Vickers and we had a very good visit. In
fact we find that we came from a common ancestor, Jordan Vickers. He gave me
another person's name, Ross Sims, who is married to a Vickers, and her family
Wihlena Wilson, Wihlenaw@aol.com
Kelly, We have been invited to
a small gathering of the Vickers Delaware Clan, and wanted to know if you
wanted me to spread the word of who you are and what your doing.
Keep in touch,
Charles H. Vickers firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kelly G. Vickers, 50 Trembly Bald Drive, Toccoa, GA 30577
Phone: (706)886-0012 Email: email@example.com