Dearborn Genealogical Society

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Dearborn Genealogical Society
Established 1966

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?

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
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Society Officers

Society Projects

Current Projects

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Past Projects


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  • 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.

Society Meetings

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:


  • (also include presentations online, on site, or elsewhere about how to do research in your area)

Board Meetings

Training Meetings

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.)