The Dallas Genealogical Society’s Fall Seminar will be held Saturday, October 24, at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas. Titled “Thinking, Assessing, & Storytelling: Genealogy Beyond Birth, Marriage, & Death”, the program will offer four presentations by featured
LOCATION: North side of Simonds Road, 1/2 mile SW of Cloverhill; 1.4 miles W. of Hwy 175, SE Dallas County – View on Google Maps MAPS CO REFERENCE: 80B This cemetery was inventoried in June 1992 by DGS volunteers. There are
The following images are the work of Dan Babb. (Copyright – 2003). All rights reserved. No claim to original U.S. government works. Permission has been granted to the Dallas Genealogical Society to post these materials to their web site subject
In 2005, DGS celebrated its 50th anniversary. As part of that celebration, we began a program designed to honor our ancestors and increase the resources available through the Dallas Public Library, Genealogy Section. Even though this project was started to
Who is Dr. Michael Lacopo? He is the featured speaker at the Dallas Genealogical Society’s 2015 Fall Seminar. Born and raised in northern Indiana and surrounded by extended family always willing to tell tall tales, he took to genealogical research in 1980 to substantiate these family stories. Michael is now retired from his veterinary medical career in order to pursue genealogical research full-time as a profession.
Family Tree Magazine annually evaluates online genealogy/family history web sites and publishes a list of the 101 best. This year “The Portal to Texas History”, a University of North Texas Libraries’ Digital Projects Unit, has been recognized as an exemplary state-focused web site.
“Research and Publishing – Using Spreadsheets.” Spreadsheets are an awesome tool for planning and recording your research results and a great way to share.
6:00 pm – 7:45 pm. Hamon Room, 5th floor, J. Erik Jonsson Central Library. Attend in person or join via GoToMeeting.
The Dallas Genealogical Society’s Fall Seminar will take place Saturday, October 24, at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas. Titled “Thinking, Assessing, & Storytelling: Genealogy Beyond Birth, Marriage, & Death”, the program will offer four presentations by
The Dallas Public Library is holding a series of Community Forums to obtain input on their future direction and priorities. If you want to voice an opinion please plan on attending one of the sessions which are scheduled to be
The Grand Prairie Genealogical Society meets Thursday, Oct 1, 2015. The program for the October meeting: Curlicues & Chicken Scratch: Reading Yesteryear’s Handwriting, presented by Barbara Brixey Wylie. Penmanship styles, shortcuts and dialect sometimes make old documents look like chicken-scratch—but these tips