Dragoo Family Association
Joining the DFA
Membership info
Application form

Reunions & Reunion Info

Photos of the fun

VIPs of the DFA
Who's who

Dragoo Spotlights
Indians, grizzlies,  and adventure in the 1800's...
a Dragoo journal

Random photos and info highlighting our family...

Logo contest results

Dragoo Cemetery Book


Lord Mayor's Chapel
Pierre & Elizabeth's place of marriage

Travel with one of our own
Dragaud Sojourns



Welcome to the home of the Dragoo Family Association (DFA)--a nonprofit, genealogy association focused on discovering and exchanging information about our ancestors that share the surname Dragoo (or any other spelling variation--Draggoo, Dragaud, Drageau, Drago).

The first Dragaud generation to come to America was undoubtedly Pierre Dragaud II and Elizabeth Tavaud.  They were married on November 12, 1699 at the Lord Mayor's Chapel in Bristol England and came to America shortly after their marriage.  It is probable that all Dragoos in America after 1701 descend from Pierre and Elizabeth.  Pierre's ancestors were French Huguenots who fled to England in the 1680's.

If you would like to learn more about Pierre and other interesting Dragoo family members, we invite you to join the DFA.  We are a nonprofit organization with over 200 members who share family histories, documents, stories and our common heritage. Join the fun!

Is it time to renew your membership? You can mail in your check as usual, or if your prefer to pay online, look for the PayPal link at the bottom of the membership info page.

Be sure and read about upcoming reunions which are held every two years.

Any suggestions, stories and electronic photos related to our Dragoo heritage are welcome.  Send them my way!  If you would like more information about our family association, please contact Vi (our membership coordinator).

Please say "hello" in our guestbook! Please note that all entries are reviewed before being posted (you will notice a delay before your post appears). If you ask a question related to the DFA organization or your family line, please check back to see if someone answers your question. And members?--please read the guestbook when you are in the neighborhood; there might be a question you can answer or a new relative to discover.

Read obituaries of DFA members and our loved ones on this page. If you have a recent obituary of a DFA member or family member that you would like posted, please send it to Laurie and indicate you would like it placed online.

Thanks for stopping by!

updated January 25, 2017