The Germanic Genealogy Society your source for German Genealogy
Our Spring Meeting is this Saturday, March 8th!
Our meeting will be a talk by Linda Coffin on Writing Your Family History.
2014 Spring Conference
Warren Bittner at Inver Hills Community College April 11th and 12th
The speaker, location, dates and the talks are set. Please see our flyer for all the details. Hurry! Pre-registration ends March 6th.
MGS Spring Technology ConferenceHave you struggled with technology as it relates to genealogy? Consider attending the Minnesota Genealogy Society's Spring conference Genealogy TechTrek. This conference will be held at Hennepin Technical College in Brooklyn Park, MN. There will be more information showing up on the MGS website very soon. However, you can mark your calendars for April 25th and 26th. The keynote is Thomas MacEntee who specializes in technology. The full schedule of talks and sessions will be published very soon.
See the volunteer page for ways you can help
History and Purpose:
Founded in 1979 as the German Interest Group, the society became a branch of the Minnesota Genealogical Society in 1981. The name Germanic Genealogy Society (GGS) was adopted in 1992. GGS is a branch of the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS). GGS became a member of the Federation of Genealogy Societies in 2000.
The Germanic Genealogy Society's objectives are:
Part of our history is the people. We would like to pay tribute to a few of those people who are now visiting a library in the sky. The tributes page is not an exhaustive list of fallen members, however, these are but a few who held leadership roles in the society. They made a difference by stepping up to the plate. We wish to honor their lives and efforts.