Archive for the ‘Research & Sources’ category

Free Webinars to Help Plan Your Research Visit to Sacramento     To help you prepare for your visit to Sacramento in May 2022, the California Genealogical Society (CGS) is offering a series of six free classes on the top genealogical research destinations and collections in Sacramento. ...

December 7, 2021 by Roger Prince

Ortssippenbücher: Researching German Ancestors SESSION: S413, TIME & DATE: Saturday, 11 May 2019 9:30 a.m. Daniel R. Lilienkamp What if I told you there was a resource, in roman type, that transcribed German records for a community? What if I told you that source listed families in alphabetic...

Authenticating Family Stories: How Local Newspapers Can Give Your Family Story a Second Life SESSION: F327, DATE & TIME: Friday 10 May 2019 11:00 a.m. Greg Hilton Come and join in on fun newspaper research can bring! Take some time to sit back and relax as you rethink some of those research an...

TITLE: Finding Your Ancestors’ Pre-Immigration Origins: A Three-Step Strategy SESSION: T204, TIME & DATE: Thursday, 9 May, 8:00 a.m. J.H. “Jay” Fonkert One of the most exciting moments in family history research is finding an ancestor’s origin in the home-country. For the first ...

Washington Historical Society & Four Rivers Genealogical Society Washington Historical Society and Four Rivers Genealogical Society are located in the same building in Washington, Franklin County, Missouri. They are open full time from March through December. Museum collections spotlight the his...

Seal of the City of St Louis The St Louis Recorder of Deeds Archives is the repository of our history in documents from colonial times to the present. Our records range from before St Louis was incorporated as a city, before Missouri was a state, before George Washington succeeded George III, and ev...

St. Louis Jewish Community Center The St. Louis Jewish Community Archives is a specialized archive that collects, preserves and makes accessible documents and artifacts related to the religious, organizational, economic, cultural, personal, social and family life of Jews in the greater St. Louis are...

St Charles County Historical Society The St. Charles County Historical Society (SCCHS) was founded in 1956. In May 2009 the St. Charles County Genealogical Society merged with SCCHS. The Society is a non-profit 501 (c) 3, whose membership consists of individuals, businesses, and organizations who ha...

Sappington-Concord Historical Society Logo The Sappington-Concord Historical Society (SCHS) brings together people interested in the history of the Sappington and Concord areas of South St. Louis County, Missouri. The Society’s major function is to collect and preserve materials that illustra...

Perry County Museum, photo courtesy of Perry County Historical Society The Perry County Historical Society, organized in 1971, was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization that same year. The Society maintains a Perry County Genealogical Research Library, Archives, and an office in the Perryvil...