Scheduled GCGS Meetings:
We usually meet in the fellowship hall at
Peace United Church of Christ located at 2714 West Market Street
in Greensboro just off W. Wendover Avenue. The fellowship hall is located 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.
Meetings are held at 10:00 a.m. on the third
Saturday of the month, January through May and September through
November. GCGS's genealogical exchange journal library is open for
members to check out some other societies' journals from 9:00 a.m.
until noon on meeting days. Regular meetings usually conclude about
11:30 a.m. Non-members are always welcome to attend these free programs.
In case of bad weather see our Inclement Weather Notice on our home page.
June, July and August - no meetings
15 October 2016 - Marti Friddle "DAR Documentation: Solving Roadblocks"
Other Genealogical Events of Interest:
19 November 2016 - Peggy Johnson will perform "My Name's Elizabeth: The Story of a War Mother, 1861-1863." Peggy, dressed in period costume, becomes her ancestor, Elizabeth, and tells her captivating story based upon letters from those years. She comes to us highly recommended, so you won't want to miss a dynamic performance.
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27 June 2016 - Arthur Erickson will hold a class on "Introduction to Ancestry.com - the Library Editon" at the Greensboro Public library from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Contact Arthur for reservations at email@example.com.
8 July 2016, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT - The North Carolina Genealogical Society will present a webinar with Craig Roberts Scott, MA, CG, FUGA. "Finding Women: Maiden Name Not Known" (An encore recording will be presented during a Free Viewing Period: 5-7 August 2016.) Learning the maiden name of a wife can be one of the more difficult tasks in genealogical research. It is clear that women can be hard to find. At least more difficult than finding the husbands. When a maiden name is hard to find you may have to learn it through the records of the men in her life. A professional genealogical and historical researcher for more than twenty-nine years, Craig specializes in the records of the National Archives, especially those that relate to the military. He was the Clan Scott Genealogist (1985-2000). For more information and to register go to http://www.ncgenealogy.org.
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10 - 13 May 2017 - STOP THE PRESS! HOLD THE PHONE! The National Genealogical Society Conference is coming to Raleigh in 2017. Stay tuned here and to the NGS website.