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Arizona State Genealogical Society
Established 1965
Contact Info
Address P. O. Box 42075

Tucson, AZ 85733-2075

Society Officers
President Bobbi Harmon (2010-2012)
Members 200
 The mission of the Arizona State Genealogical Society, founded in 1965 in Tucson, Arizona, is to help its members acquire knowledge about the resources, techniques and ethical standards needed for researching, documenting, preserving and presenting their family history.



  • Member benefits include educational opportunities, members only price for special events, the Copper Filings newsletter, reduced rate to the FGS publication Forum, access to and ability to submit names to the AZSGS Surname database, access to member forums for online discussions, email list, personal web page links and special interest groups.
  • Everyone can benefit from events like workshops, seminars and cemetery tours; useful links on the society website; research services; and presentation information and handouts.

Society Officers

President, Bobbi Harmon (2010-2012) Email the

Secretary, Sharon Scott (2009 – 2011) Email the

Treasurer, Marcia Lindley (2009 – 2011) Email the

Registrar, Arwen Newman (2008 – 2010) Email the

Director at Large, Lyn Cheever (2010-2012) Email

Director at Large, Gayle Piotrowski (2010-2012) Email

Director at Large, Karl Tucker (2009 – 2011) Email

Director at Large, Bill Peckat (2009 – 2011) Email

Society Projects

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Past Projects

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  • Arizona Genealogical and Historical Research Guide: Early Sources for Southern Arizona Including the Areas of Cochise, Pima, Pinal, and Santa Cruz Counties
  • Arizona Death Records: Volumes 1-3
  • Arizona Marriage Records: Pima County, Feb 1912 – Dec 1926
  • Arizona Territorial Marriages: Pima County, 1871-1912
  • Arizona School Census: Willcox, Mammoth, Pinal County and Superior County
  • Bisbee Deportation and the People Involved, 1917
  • Citizens Cemetery, Prescott, Arizona, 1887-1938
  • Directory of the City of Tucson, 1881
  • Globe, Arizona Mortuary Records, 1909-1911
  • Great Register of Cochise County, Arizona, 1890
  • Index to Cemetery and Mortuary Records, Bisbee, Arizona, 1897-1926
  • Mexican Census (Padrón) Pre-territorial Arizona
  • Parker Mortuary, Tucson, Arizona, 1897-1912
  • Pioneer Names of Pima County, Arizona, 1864-1912
  • St. Mary’s Hospital Register, Part I 1909-1916 & Part II 1917-1920
  • St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Tombstone, Arizona
  • St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish Record Index, Globe, Arizona, 1899-1966
  • 1st U. S. Volunteer Calvary (The Rough Riders)
  • Military Burials, Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Huachuca, Arizona
  • Yavapai County Death Records


  • Copper Filings


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Society Meetings

The ASGS general meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month from October through May of each year. Meetings are held at 3182 N. Swan Road Tucson, AZ. Visitors are welcome to come to a meeting to see what we are all about!

Workshops & Tours

  • October 16, 2010 Preservation and Care of Photographs
  • November 13, 2010 Ask a Lawyer
  • March 12, 2011 Writing Your Family History
  • April 16, 2011 Tour: Arizona Historical Society Behind the Scenes Preservation Tour Seminar
  • 17 July 2010 9:00-3:00 Monsoon Madness II A Day of Military Records Cost: $25.00 non-member, $20.00 member Presenters: Joanne Kartchner, Sharon Scott, and Barbara Salyer

Board Meetings

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Training Meetings

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