Dearborn Genealogical Society
|Dearborn Genealogical Society|
The Dearborn Genealogical Society
- What are the benefits for becoming a member of the society?
- What are the benefits the society has to offer for those who are not members?
- 1 History of the society
- 2 Society Officers
- 3 Society Projects
- 4 Blog
- 5 Facebook page
- 6 Publications
- 7 Newsletters
- 8 Collections
- 9 Events
- 10 Frequently Asked Questions
- 11 Nearby or Alternate Repositories
History of the society
- Established in 1966, the Dearborn Genealogical Society serves the Cities of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights in Wayne County, Michigan and the surrounding area.
- Dearborn Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 1112
Dearborn, Michigan 48121-1112
- Contact Us - firstname.lastname@example.org
FamilySearch Wiki Projects
FamilySearch Wiki Page Adoptions
- Record collections or papers to which your society has access
- How these records can help researchers (May link to a Wiki article connected with the location)
- Where the record is located (online, on site, at nearby repositories)
- How to access it from a distance (order information, if any)
- Indexes for records about this area
- Where the index is located (online, book, or on site)
- Look ups, and copying records from local repositories, if any (here or in Q & A below)
- Annual bus trip to the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- Annual Heritage Dinner - a catered dinner with a program following.
Our meeting are open to the general public. All are welcome.
Meetings are held at the
McFadden Ross House
915 S. Brady, Dearborn, Michigan 48124
6:30 p.m. Doors open
7:00 p.m. Program
8:15 p.m. Break
8:30 p.m. Discussion
Meeting schedule: http://dgsmi.org/eventListings.php?nm=19
- (also include presentations online, on site, or elsewhere about how to do research in your area)
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q. What are the directions to the society?
- Q. What are the society's hours of operation?
- May also include such items as: cost to join your society, how members access online records, free look ups, online meetings, newsletter queries, access to publications, or support from other members
Nearby or Alternate Repositories
- (List each repository, link to it, and briefly describe their collection. Ideally list around 3 to 7 repositories, but this is flexible.)