Updated - The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family

Updated - The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family

Longrifle pouch and horn

The winner of the Daniel Boone Longrifle is:
Jason Gatliff
from Gallatin Tennessee

Click here to visit The Boone Society Store

Boone Society Store

Order Society Merchandise!


The Society Board of Directors has established a Genealogy Research Fund. The purpose of the fund is to accept donations to be used for special Boone research projects.


Boone DNA Project

Would you like to see if your Y-DNA matches to the Daniel Boone line? Or, how about the Thomas Boon-Isle of Wight line? Perhaps one of the Boone lines from Ireland?

Join other Boone "Cousins" and participate in this exciting new Boone DNA Project.

Smithsonian Channel
Daniel Boone's Wilderness Road

Faces of Boone
The Boone Society, Inc. is an association of descendants, genealogists and historians who enjoy studying the lives and times of this remarkable family. It was formed as a reference service for researchers, a conduit for genealogists, clearing-house for bibliographical works, and to host the biennial Boone Family Reunion. The Boone Society, which is open to the public, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. To make a donation to the work of the Boone Society, click the Donate button below.


©The Boone Society, Inc 1996-2015
Site maintained by The Just Design Group

The Boone Society accepts no responsibility for information that you may receive from the internet. When doing any research, we suggest you check your resources very carefully.

By-laws Section 1. The Society is historical, educational and preservationist in nature. It supports its Members of research into the genealogy and accomplishments of the Boone and associated families to perpetuate their memory. The Society assists other groups whose purpose is complementary in spirit or parallel in nature to help the Society identify, acquire or preserve information, sites and artifacts relating to the Boone family's history.

By-laws Section 2. The Society is organized without profit as a motivation. Its Officers, Directors and Members may not personally profit from the work, income or property of the Society. This Section does not prohibit Member historians or other professionals from sharing their skills and exchanging knowledge with the Society."