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The Rome Genealogy Society Welcomes You!

The Rome Genealogy Society was founded in 2003 as a nonprofit organization to provide instructional and educational programs to aid its members as they build their family trees. The Society firmly believes that its members are its most valuable resource. The Society encourages members to share programs and family research techniques that have been beneficial to the individual.  We try to provide information for beginners and experienced researchers.

The September 16th meeting will be held at the Rome Historical Society, 200 Church Street, Rome, New York. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm with the presentation of the History of Rome film followed by a tour of the facilities. Parking is available in front of the historical society.

Membership application bring to a meeting or mail to:
c/o C J Stedman
111 W. Thomas Street
Rome NY 13440

Thanks to Ken Vogt for this Photo from the May 2007 meeting. Other meeting photos.

Thanks to John Cleary for his presentation on writing a genealogy book.

We meet at the:

Church building

Zion Episcopal Church
140 W. Liberty St.
Rome, NY 13440

Hope to see you there.

Find a Grave
Local Resources

Oneida County GenWeb Site
Table of Surnames
being researched
Website for tools

Helpful forms:

Cemetery  Transcription Form
Family Group Work Sheet
Beginners Guide to Genealogy
Guide to Irish Research

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