The Streeter Family Association
Founded in June 1984 z Celebrating over 30 years of service to Streeters everywhere!
Become a member and gain access to the Streeter–Adams family tree!
All members of the Streeter Family Association who are current in their dues may request access to the private “SFA: Streeter–Adams Descendants Project” Family Tree at Ancestry. A subscription to Ancestry is not required.
The “SFA: Streeter–Adams Descendants Project” family tree is an incredible compilation that intended to include every descendant of Stephen1 and Ursula (Adams) Streeter known to the Streeter Family Association. The content of the tree grows daily. It is not just a database of names, dates and places; it includes digital images of primary and secondary sources, photographs, obituaries, stories, etc. The ever-growing content of the tree supersedes any book previously published on this large American family, by the Streeter Family Association or anyone else. Future books may be derived from this vast compilation but the content could never be presented in a single volume.
As a Guest in the “SFA: Streeter–Adams Descendants Project” family tree, you will be encouraged to provide additions and corrections via the built-in comment function. Depending on the quality and quantity of your contributions, the existing Editors may extend an invitation to join them in directly managing the tree. Your association’s Board is very excited to enable engagement and collaboration. Now you can make a direct and personal contribution towards documenting your branch of the Streeter–Adams family tree. Offer as much or a little as you like, at your convenience and all from the comfort of your home.
If you are current in your dues, simply contact Vice President John Streeter (see the inside cover of the newsletter) to request access. He will consult the current membership list and grant Guest access to you as appropriate. Members who are not current in their dues will not be granted access to the “SFA: Streeter–Adams Descendants Project” family tree. Members who are granted access but subsequently fail to renew their memberships will have their access rescinded. To restore a lapsed membership, click on the link above.
Schedule for Future Board of Directors Meetings
§ 2016—Boston, Massachusetts
The Streeter Family Association is an international non-profit organization for anyone who descends from any Streeter family. William W. Streeter of Northampton, Massachusetts, USA founded the association in 1984. Association dues include a subscription to the Streeter Genealogical Newsletter. The association is in the process of compiling and publishing genealogies on all Streeter immigrants (see below) to America, their English ancestors, and all of their known descendants.
The Streeter Family Association Constitution and Bylaws
As Amended on 27 July 2002
OBJECT. The object of this association shall be to promote among the members of the association a mutual interest in the surname from the time of its origins up to the present, with a view to obtain items of interest in connection with the surname and to furnish, provide, and classify such facts pertaining to the surname and its history as will be of interest in genealogical investigations.
MEMBERS. Any person being a descendant of any Streeter family shall be entitled to membership, as will all persons with the surname Streeter, including spelling variations of that name, and friends of those families, by payment of the annual membership fee… dues shall be paid annually, and shall be due in the anniversary month of first payment.
A full copy of the association’s Constitution and Bylaws are available upon request from the Secretary of the Streeter Family Association. A small fee may be required to cover photocopying and postage expenses.
The majority of North American Streeters descend from Stephen and Ursula (Adams) Streeter of colonial Massachusetts. However, there have been other Streeter immigrants to North America over the centuries. Thomas Streeter (1754 – ca. 1830) of Dunnings Farm, East Grinstead, Sussex, England came to Steuben County, New York from London in 1794. William and Mary (Payne) Streeter also came to New York State from East Grinstead, Sussex; William was a nephew of Thomas Streeter. Other English Streeter emigrants include:
§ Abel Streeter of Buxted, Sussex & Pennsylvania, USA
§ Dr. Charles Streeter of London, England & Pennsylvania and Texas, USA
§ Edward Streeter of England & Boston, Massachusetts, USA
§ Edward Streeter of England & Virginia and the Carolinas, USA
§ George Streeter of Shipley, Sussex, England & Elmira, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
§ Henry Streeter of England & Lancaster, Erie County, New York, USA
§ James Streeter of Hunton, Kent, England & New Zealand
§ Jarvis Streeter of Kent, England & New York, USA
§ John Charles Streeter of England & North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada
§ Joseph Streeter of England & Colden, Erie County, New York, USA
§ Robert Streater of West Hoathly, Sussex & New Zealand
§ Thomas Streeter of London, England & Barbados
STREETER Surname DNA Project
Although several members of The Streeter Family Association are participating in this project, the association does not officially sponsor it and membership in the association is not required to participate. For more information, please click on the link below:
STREETER@rootsweb.com is the official Internet mailing list of The Streeter Family Association. Although membership in the association is not required to participate in STREETER@rootsweb.com, we hope that you will consider joining as another opportunity to learn more about your Streeter ancestors and kin. For assistance, please click on the link below:
§ A genealogical history of the descendants of Stephen and Ursula Streeter of Gloucester, Mass., 1642, afterwards of Charlestown, Mass., 1644–1652: with an account of the Streeters of Goudherst, Kent, England by Milford B. Streeter (1896).
§ Become a member of the Streeter Family Association to gain access to the Streeter–Adams family tree at Ancestry!
§ “Streeter Immigrants of Greene and Steuben Counties [New York]: The Common Origins of Elizabeth (Streeter) Faulkner, Thomas Streeter, and William Streeter, at Dunnings Farm, East Grinstead, Sussex, England” by Perry Streeter (The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, January and April 2011).
This article and the following links contain thousands of additions and corrections to the Genealogy of William and Mary Streeter and Their Descendants by Arthur L. Streeter (1959).
SFA Member Links
This page is maintained by
Streeter Family Association Life Member & President
List Owner, STREETER@rootsweb.com
Created October 31, 1999. Last updated April 3, 2016.