About our MGS
Montgomery Genealogical Society (MGS) meetings are now held bi-monthly on the second Sunday of the month, and are located at the Figh-Pickett-Barnes House on the corner of Court and Mildred Streets in Montgomery. Please note that beginning in 2013, the new schedule for the bi-monthly meetings will be as follows: February, April, June, August, October, and December.
512 South Court St.
The next Montgomery Genealogical Society's meeting is scheduled for Sunday, December 8th, at 2:30 p.m. in the historic Figh-Pickett House at the corner of Court and Mildred Streets (512 South Court Street) in Montgomery.
Please join us for our December Christmas meeting for a humorous presentation by Anne Chancey Dalton on Christmas and genealogy from her character's point of view, "Barbara Doll". Anne is an author of several books as well as a character interpreter and storyteller. To learn more about Anne Chancey Dalton character's and her books that she has written, visit her online website.
This is also our annual Christmas party. Please come to enjoy the program and the fellowship with other family and local history enthusiasts--and bring a friend or two along with you!
Upcoming Events and Meetings - Calendar
Please check back for future events.
More Information on a few of our past guest speakers:
Dr. Richard Hobson. He is the Deputy Governor of the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Alabama. His program will be on the National Mayflower Society and the lineage and genealogy of our founding fathers.
Larry P. Cornwell, a retired US Air Force colonel, a member of the General Richard Montgomery Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in Montgomery and past president of the Alabama Society. He is noted for speaking to multiple organizations, churches, and schools on the subject of the Revolutionary War soldier, and on The Christian Faith of our Patriot Forefathers.
Dot Moore who wrote Oracle of the Ages: Reflections on the Curious Life of Fortune Teller Mayhayley Lancaster.
Mary Ann Neeley's new book, The Works of Matthew Blue, Montgomery’s First Historian.
Montgomery's Historic Neighborhoods by Karren Pell and Carol King.