Professor Steven Butler will relate how he found his own convict ancestor and will show how you can use the Internet to see if you have a “black sheep” in your family tree, too!
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
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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
The Mesquite Historical and Genealogical Society meets Thursday, February 11, 6;30 pm, at the Mesquite Public Library, 300 W. Grubb Drive, Mesquite, TX 75149. The Society will host an imaginary visit with novelist and researcher James Michener and two of his
Paul Milner, professional genealogist, coming to Dallas March 12, 2016. Do you know what countries the British Isles includes?
The Brown Bag Special Interest Group of the Dallas Genealogical Society meets this Saturday, January 23 on the 8th floor of the J.Erik Jonsson Central Library beginning at 10:15am The group will discuss numbering systems for genealogical reports. SIG leader Janet
DGS DNA Interest Group Meets from 6-8pm Thursday, January 21 on the 5th floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas. The program Topic is X Chromosome.
The Dallas Genealogical Society presents its 2016 Spring Seminar on Saturday, March 12, titled “From Whence They Came”. Paul Milner, professional genealogist and international lecturer, will give four lectures.