Genealogy Roundup

FamilySearch Announces RootsTech Connect 2021: A Free Global Virtual Event

Join us for NCGS Member Appreciation Day on November 7, 2020.

Learn about the North Carolina State Archives’ efforts to preserve Colonial and District Superior Court Records as a part of a project called, “Accessing North Carolina‚Äôs Early Court Records.”

Discover the newest NCGS Member Resource: Abstracts of Vital Records from Raleigh, N.C. Newspapers, 1799-1839
by Lois Smathers Neal
. This series totals 2,900 pages of newspaper abstracts with citations for the period of 1799-1839. Included in this mammoth work are thousands of marriage and death notices abstracted from three Raleigh, North Carolina newspapers: Raleigh Register, Raleigh Minerva, and the Raleigh Star. These notices relate to individuals who resided all across North Carolina.

Learn how to use use ArchiveGrid to find old documents and family records.

FGS Virtual starts today! It’s not too late to join this incredible educational opportunity. The packages include a selection of over 90 on-demand presentations,16 FREE presentations on society management topics, and 30+ FREE sponsored presentations on topics of DNA, methodology, skill-building, technology and so much more.