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The Edmond Genealogical Society was established in September, 1991, with 78 charter members by December 31, 1991. 

Our purpose, as stated in the EGS Constitution, adopted in December, 1991:

  • Bring together persons interested in the field of genealogy;
  • Assist members and visitors in their research;
  • Issue publications when deemed beneficial;
  • Collect and preserve material and historical data;
  • Work with other groups and libraries in the state.

We are here to encourage the science of genealogy; to help others gather genealogical information; and to preserve, protect and publish information of importance. We are here to serve visitors as well as our members.   

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Program for April 21, 2014: Pat McFall, State DAR Leader to Speak at Edmond

Ms. Pat McFall, State Regent of Oklahoma Daughters of American Revolution (DAR), will present a program at the Monday, April 21st meeting of the Edmond Genealogical Society (EGS) at the Edmond Museum. Her program will cover researching the DAR.org website online and preparing applications for membership. The DAR organization, founded in 1890 in Washington DC, is a volunteer non-political, lineage-based women’s service organization that promotes historic preservation, education, and patriotism. The male counterpart is the SAR, founded in 1889. “The DAR recently started accepting a limited amount of DNA as part of the application process, and I will talk about that, too,” McFall said. Regent McFall, who lives in Edmond, has served eight years as a Genealogy Consultant for National DAR. She enjoyed leading genealogical tours to London, Scotland and Ireland, and has researched in many other large repositories, including those in our nation’s capitol. “The most fun I remember was connecting my mother-in-law with an ancestor who founded Kew Gardens in London,” McFall said. The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, London, grows more species than any other garden in the world and has a long and distinguished history. The gardens really began when King Henry VII moved his court to Richmond Palace in the summer months and nearby Kew village flourished. Since 1840, Kew Park has been open to the public and is a popular tourist attraction.


The meeting, which is free and open to the public, will begin at the Edmond Historical Museum, 431 S. Boulevard, Edmond, OK with a social time at 6:15 pm, program begins promptly at 6:30.

The EGS meets on the third Monday evening of each month, with speakers on subjects of interest to genealogists; membership is open to anyone interested in historical or genealogical research. For more info on EGS, www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~okegs/ or www.facebook.com/EdmondGenSoc
Parking at the Museum is limited and can be a problem. You may need to arrange for drop off or to carpool. For more information on the meeting place, contact Edmond Historical Museum 340-0078



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