One of the major goals of The Quanders United Inc. is to keep the Quander family with its many branches connected. Family events are scheduled throughout the year to give family members and friends the opportunity to re-connect, worship together, fellowship, laugh and learn. Be sure to join the family for upcoming events, and check here for news/photos from past events!
Led by family historian, and Mt. Vernon tour guide, cousin Rohulamin Quander, the busload of Quander relatives and friends departed from Incarnation Catholic Church in Washington, DC, and toured historic, Quander family sites throughout the DMV, including Alfred Street Baptist Church, Roberta Quander's house, and West Potomac Park High School in Alexandria, VA, George Washington's Mount Vernon plantation in Mt. Vernon, VA, Quander Street in SW Washington, DC, Darnall's Chance, and St. Mary's Catholic Church in Upper Marlboro, MD.
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT TO HELP MAKE OUR LENTEN FISH FRY FUNDRAISER A SUCCESS! THANK YOU TO INCARNATION CATHOLIC CHURCH FOR HOSTING THE EVENT. VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO THE TEAM OF VOLUNTEERS WHO BAKED, COOKED, FRIED, CLEANED, AND PUT IN LOTS OF TIME AND HARD WORK . . .
Mark Ward, LaTasha Ward, Norma & Jerry Lewis, Larryl Matthews, Jamila Stone, Tahjai Ward, Monica Bombrey, Geri Lee, Phyllis Matthews, Cassie Frye, Christina Lewis, Keira Lewis, Leon Johnson, Tony (Incarnation), Travia Stone, Aaron (from Texas), Aaron Matthews, Michelle Grimes, and Le Shaun Quander-Mosley
The Quanders: Since 1684, an Enduring African-American Legacy was released on January 29, 2021 and is available for purchase. Written and published by author and family historian, Judge Rohulamin Quander, this is the first detailed, historical account of the internationally known Quander family, one of the oldest documented African American families in the country with a 350 year lineage dating back to colonial Maryland. This new book is the first primary single source encapsulating this fascinating, multi-century story.