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125 LEHMANN DRIVE, SUITE 102

KERRVILLE, TEXAS  78028

PHONE: 830-315-1836

 

Research Requests Email: kerrvillegensoc@gmail.com

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Kerrville Genealogical Society, Inc.

125 Lehmann Drive, Suite 102

Kerrville, TX  78028

Phone:  830-315-1836

Society Office e-mail:  kgs@hctc.net

 

Blog:  Kerrvillegenealogy.blogspot.com/

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Link to:  Membership Application

 

BULLETIN BOARD

 

The KERRVILLE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY is happy to announce that we have a new space where we can 
once again assist people with their family research at the KGS Research Center & Library.  
 
We have: Ancestry.com, Fold3 and New England Historic Genealogical Society Databases. 
 
The address is: 
125 Lehmann Drive, Suite 102, Kerrville, TX, in the UGRA Building. 
 
Our hours are: 
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 10-4 PM. 
Phone: 830-315-1836
 
 
 

 

SOCIETY MEETING DATES

 

Society Meetings may be held in the B-H Memorial Library Meeting Room,
located at the rear of the Library building, at 505 Water Street,
Kerrville, TX or the UGRA Building at 125 Lehmann Drive.

These meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the months of:
Jan., Feb., March, April, May, Sept., Oct. and Nov.

Refreshments Served

Visitors Always Welcome at the Meetings

 

Upcoming Programs

 

January 20, 2016

"Kerr County Courthouse and County Judges"

Program by: Rosa Lavender

 

Feb 17, 2016
“Personal Stories from the American Civil War” Family against family,
tragic death on the Steamship Sultana, civil war quilts
Speaker: Barbara Sheffer
Venue Change: **UGRA Auditorium, 125 Lehmann Drive, Kerrville, TX 78028

Mar 16, 2016
“So You Think You Have an Indian Princess In Your Family!”
Speaker: Nancy McLarry of Native Descent herself, Nancy will explain
Native American research and explain the Dawes Rolls
Venue Change: **UGRA Classroom, 125 Lehmann Drive, Kerrville, TX 78028

Apr 20, 2016
“How to Research Adoptions and Use DNA” Speaker: Delilah Clausen

 

 

 

GEANOLOGY SEMINAR with SUSAN BALL
Saturday April 16, 2016 9am-4pm

TOPICS
Turning Headcounts into Ancestors: Researching pre-1850 census Enumerations

Leave No Stone Unturned: Identify potential brick wall solving records
through manuscript collections, outline catalogs and Worldcat

Using Migration Routes To Follow Your Ancestors: A thorough examination
of migration routes can identify where ancestors

“disappeared between censuses”

Identify The Entourage: Use Fan’s (friends and neighbors) to Find Your Family

Link:  Registration Form and More Info

 

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