Guilford County Genealogical Society
Greensboro, North Carolina
Research, Education & Publication"
Membership meetings are at 10:00 a.m. on the third Saturday of the month, January through May and September through November. From 9:00 a.m. until noon on meeting days, GCGS's genealogical exchange journal library is open for members to check out some other societies' journals. Regular meetings usually end about 11:30 a.m. We usually meet in the fellowship hall of Peace United Church of Christ, located at 2714 West Market Street in Greensboro just off W. Wendover Avenue. The fellowship hall is in the rear of the building. Park in the back and enter the door nearest N. Lindell Road.
Click here for a map showing our meeting location.
Non-members are always welcome to attend these free programs.
You will find the Society's programs posted on our Events page.
Seasonal Sale of Publications (EXTENDED & EXPANDED)
From now until 31 July 2016 the following publications are on sale.
Volume I of Abstracts of Marriage Bonds and Additional Data, Guilford County, North Carolina, 1771-1840 - $15.00 (reduced from $20.00)
Contains 4,357 marriage bonds, many with annotations on parentage. Softcover. 268 pp. Full-name index.
Apprentice Bonds & Papers, Guilford County, NC, 1817-1870 - $7 (reduced from @10.00)
Abstracts of this important source of information on primarily 19th century apprentices, masters and trades.
103 pp. Full name-index. illustrations. Softcover. 8 1/2 x 11.
The Old North State, 1776 by Rev. Eli W. Caruthers, D.D. (indexed by Ruth F. Thompson) - $10.00 (reduced from $20.00)
Important tool for researching Revolutionary period in Guilford County and elsewhere in North Carolina:
Deep River, Regulators, David Fanning, Greene, Cornwallis and Guilford Courthouse. Softcover. 250 pp.,
Miller Map of Guilford Co., N.C. 1908 (1999) by C.M. Miller and a 66-page index prepared by Tom Brawner - $10.00 (reduced from $20.00).
78" x 54" map showing turn-of-the-century townships, owner-occupied houses, tenant houses,
schools, churches and much more in rural Guilford County. Map folded.
Please change the Publications order form to reflect these reduced prices. Then as always add $3 for shipping and handling plus tax as shown on the form. Please included your email address on the order form.
For these sale items and other publications including past journals, see our Publications page.
REMINDER - Guilford County Genealogical Society membership runs from January 1 through December 31. Click link for Membership Dues Form.
DON'T MISS OUR QUERY PAGE.
If you have a simple research look-up or request limited to Guilford County, North Carolina,
a member of our Society will attempt to fulfill your request.
Queries from Guilford County Genealogical Society members are free. Non-members must include a payment of $5.00 made out to the Society.
This offer does not include the publication of a printed query in the Guilford Genealogist. For full information about query requests, see our Query page.
The Guilford County Genealogical Society has been notified of several offers that might be of interest
to Guilford County and/or North Carolina researchers. Go to our "News" web page to see these offers.
****************The Guilford County Genealogical Society address is:Guilford County Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 4713, Dept. W
Greensboro, NC 27404-4713
The Guilford County Genealogical Society, founded in 1974, is a non-profit organization of about 230 members nationwide, dedicated to genealogy and family history research, education and publication. Through its educational programs and publications, GCGS promotes interest in genealogy and standards of genealogical research. GCGS also promotes the collection and preservation of family records, manuscripts, documents and other genealogy materials. Although the primary focus of GCGS is Guilford County genealogy, many of GCGS's programs are of general interest to anyone interested in genealogy.
See the Events page for membership meeting dates and programs.
We are now including other genealogical events of interest on the Events page.
Visit our updated page of local research facilities and recent newsletters posted online for your convenience.
For information about this website or GCGS, contact GCGS by e-mail.
If you are interested in information about a specific family, please see our Queries page.