Marshall, MI 49068
Our 28th Year of Serving the Genealogical Community of Calhoun County
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09-12-12016 - Took aff link for publictations
09-12-2016 - Added Revised Membership Information
09-12-2016 - Added 2016-2017 Schedule
09-12-1026 - Added New Membership form
|We meet at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Church), 16036 Old 27 North, Marshall, MI., Unless other wise noted.|
Generations is the outstanding newsletter published by the Calhoun County Genealogical Society. It is published six times per year, and is one of the membership benefits.
An every name index for newsletters published between 1988 and 1995 is available on line. Plans are underway to update this index in the near future. Newly added to this website are images for nearly every issue published between 1988 and 2008.
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The Calhoun County Genealogical Society was established in 1988 with four specific goals in mind:
CCGS Information: Contact Brenda Leyndyke
Please note: The Calhoun County Genealogical Society currently does not have a staff able to answer specific queries about your family. Additionally, make sure you search all the areas of this web site, and keep checking back as more data will be added.
The membership year runs from September 1 through August 31st, but memberships are accepted at any time during the year. The cost is $18 per person, or $23 per family, when receiving Generations newsletter by postal mail. Save money by choosing to receive Generations newsletter electronically via email in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format; membership is $15 per person, or $20 per family. Memberships received between May 30th and September 1st are valid through the following August 31st.
Subscription to Generations the newsletter of the Calhoun County Genealogical Society, published bimonthly
Two Free Queries a year, published in Generations newsletter.
One Free 30-45 minute consultation with an experienced researcher to help you with your research or any questions you may have. Please email MichiganCalhounGene@yahoo.com to schedule.
10% savings on Society publications
10% savings on Society outings and events
Monthly free meetings (no meetings July, August, December)
Membership card (please specifically request this)
Networking with other genealogists
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Unless otherwise specified, meetings are held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Church), 16036 Old 27 North, Marshall, MI. Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of the month (except December, July, August.) All meetings are free and open to the public.
September 27-Township Records- An Untapped Source. Local expert Shirley Hodges will show attendees how to use township records in your research.
October 25-Vital Records of England and Wales. Get in touch with your ‘across the pond’ ancestry. Speaker Jeff Mason will provide tips, tricks, and resources for finding your England and Wales ancestors.
November 22-Polish Genealogy-Explore your polish roots and learn sources that will help you.
January 24-Researching Your New England Roots. Board President Brenda Leyndyke will share tips for researching your roots in the six New England states, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
February 28-Meet at Battle Creek Books, 51 Michigan Ave., Battle Creek, to learn how local history, ethnic, oral history books and more will enhance your family history research.
March 28-Getting Around the Brick-wall. Local genealogist, James Jackson, will provide tips and tricks for breaking down the brick-walls in your research.
April 25-Society Showcase. Area historical and genealogical societies will present ideas for local research. Learn what is available from their collections to further your research.
May 23-Meet at The Gardner House Museum, 509 S. Superior St., Albion, to tour this National Register of Historical Places museum and learn about the history of Albion.
June 27-Yankees in Michigan. WMU professor, Brian C. Wilson, will discuss the Yankee, meaning those migrating from New England areas, impact on Michigan, including migration patterns, early settlement, and more.
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