NGS 2017 News
The NGS 2017 Family History Conference, which will be held in Raleigh, is just around the corner. The conference will take place from 10–13 May at the Raleigh Convention Center. Have you registered for the conference? You won’t want to miss this opportunity to network with 2,000+ genealogists, choose from over 170 lectures on a … Read more . . .
Latest about NGS 2017
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present: Anita Finger-Smith, the principal genealogist for Cherokee Genealogy Services, licensed by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Learn more:
- Subscription to quarterly NCGS Journal and free access to all past issues
- Unlimited access to recorded NCGS webinars
- Discounts on NCGS Workshops and on items in the NCGS Bookstore
- Exclusive website content and partner discounts
NCGS Featured Journal
Articles include Sampson Co. Poorhouse Records, Orange County Bastardy Bonds, Salisbury Dist Court Records. Now available online, free to members, and in print.
Help make NGS 2017 Raleigh a success. Man a booth, help with registration, monitor a lecture or work behind the scenes. Sign up to volunteer today.
NCGS Featured Publication
A must-have for anyone doing genealogy in North Carolina. Trace the development of the state, county by county, from northeast to southeast and then westward.
Tools of the Trade
All is not lost if your ancestor is from a burned County. Learn what records exist and how to access them in the burned County of Mongtomery.
The Award for Outstanding Contribution to North Carolina Genealogy for an individual whose longtime genealogical contributions have greatly enhanced the study of family history in North Carolina is given to John Anderson Brayton.
New at the NC Archives
Upper Black Creek Primitive Baptist Church Records, Hopkins Family Papers, County record updates for McDowell, New Hanover, and Richmond, and much more…