Kimberly Kay Ormsby Nagy
   
   
   
 

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Kimberly Kay Ormsby Nagy

Occupation
Retired after 30 years as a Trauma Surgeon at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL.

Society Memberships

Society Name Highest Office Held
National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America National Vice President
Order of the First Families of New Hampshire Deputy Governor General and Founding Member
National Gavel Society Secretary
Guild of Colonial Artisans and Tradesmen 1607-1783 Corresponding Secretary General
Descendants of Cape Cod and the Islands Registrar General and Society Co-Founder
Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company Registrar National
Descendants of Early Postmasters 1607-1900 Surgeon General and Founding Member
Associated Daughters of Early American Witches Honorary President General
National Society Children of the American Colonists Honorary President General
Order of First Families of Maine 2ndHonorary President General and Charter Member
National Society Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters Honorary President General
National Society Descendants of Early Quakers former National Trustee
Descendants of Colonial & Antebellum Sheriffs & Constables former Recording Secretary General and Founding Member
National Society Children of the American Revolution former Senior National Assistant Registrar
Descendants of Colonial Clergy former National Councilor
United States Daughters of 1812 State President
National Society Southern Dames of America Organizing State President
Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century State Second Vice President
National Society Colonial Dames of the 17th Century State Recording Secretary
National Huguenot Society State Recording Secretary
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution State Corresponding Secretary
Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars State Treasurer
National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims Honorary Branch Governor
National Society Daughters of the American Colonists former State Corresponding Secretary
Dames of the Court of Honor former State First Vice President
National Society Daughters of Colonial Wars former State Chaplain
Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic Circle Chaplain
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War Tent Secretary
National Society New England Women former Colony President
Illinois Heritage Alliance Treasurer and Founding Member
First Settlers of Shenandoah Valley Charter Member
Century Families of Ohio Charter Member
Order of the Founders of North America Charter Member
Founder's Fellowship Charter Member
National Society Daughters of the Union
Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor
The Winthrop Society
Hereditary Order of Families of Presidents and First Ladies
Flagon & Trencher
Colonial and Antebellum Bench & Bar
National Society Old Plymouth Colony Descendants
Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry
Order of Descendants of Ancient & Honorable Artillery
Colonial Dames of America
Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors
Piscataqua Pioneers
Hereditary Order of First Families of Massachusetts
First Families of Connecticut
First Families of Ohio
Settlers and Builders of Ohio
Descendants of Whaling Masters
National Society Colonial Dames of America
Society of Indiana Pioneers
Descendants of Founders of New Jersey

Authorships
* Kimberly Ormsby. My Ancestry: Selected Descendants of Reuben H. Hill,    Sr. with Related Families Dodds, Beckets, Taylors, Foresters, Stovers,    Dietericks, Wileys and Mumfords. Toledo, OH. Privately published. 1980.
* Kimberly Ormsby Nagy, MD. My Ancestry: Selected Descendants of    Reuben H. Hill, Sr. with Related Families Dodds, Beckets, Taylors,    Foresters, Stovers, Dietericks, Wileys and Mumfords. Second Edition.    Downers Grove, IL. Privately published. 2001.
* Kimberly Ormsby Nagy, MD, compiler. Associated Daughters of Early    American Witches Roll of Ancestors. Salt Lake City, UT: Family Heritage    Publishing, 2012.
* Kimberly Nagy and Delories Robinson-Vaughn. "The Woman in the Well"    in National Society United States Daughters of 1812 NewsLetter. 2014:    91 (2) 19.
* Boyd DR and Nagy KO: "Chapter 8: Trauma Unit". In Guinan PD, Printen    KJ, Stone JL and Yao JST, eds. A History of Surgery at Cook County    Hospital. Amika Press, Chicago, IL 2015.
* Nagy, Kimberly Ormsby: "Who Was the Father of William D. Hill?: Using    Several Record Types and Locales to Prove a Theory". in Ohio    Genealogical Society Quarterly. 2016: 56 (3) 295-9.

Chivalric Orders
None

Listed In (Publications)
Who's Who Among American High School Students 1977-78
Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare 4th Ed. 2002-03
Who's Who in Science and Engineering 7thEd. 2003-04
Who's Who in American Education 7th Ed. 2006-07
Who's Who in Science and Engineering 9th Ed. 2006-07
Who's Who of American Women 25th Ed. 2006-07
Who's Who in American Education 8th Ed. 2007-08
Who's Who in Science and Engineering 10th Ed. 2008-09

Other Honors
* Illinois State Children of the American Revolution "Legacy of    Leadership" Award 2007
* National Society Daughters of Early Quakers Appreciation Award 2010
* National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots National Special    Award 2011


Other Notes (including non-hereditary society memberships, interests, avocations, accomplishments, church affiliations, etc.)
* Dr. Nagy has been researching her family for over 40 years. Since    retiring, she has more time to help others with their research as well as    her own. In addition to the lineage societies listed above, she belongs    to several Genealogical societies, including the Association of    Professional Genealogists, the National Genealogical Society, as well as    several local and state societies. She enjoys speaking about genealogy    to these societies.
* She is active in her community through First Congregational Church of    Downers Grove, P.E.O., and other local community service groups.
* She is the proud mother of two daughters, Donna and Amanda, and    involves them in lineage societies when their schedules permit.

   
   
   
 
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