Local Germanic / Genealogy Events

Local Germanic / Genealogy Events

  • Thu
    14
    Sep
    2017
    Thu
    16
    Nov
    2017
    Thursdays, 6:30PM-8:30PM2323 Elm Street, St. Charles, MO 63301
     A 10 week basic genealogy class covering family, church, county, and military records. Learn how to research and organize your family history. Please bring family information including names, birth dates and places to the first class to fill out your charts.

    Library: K. Linnemann Branch of St. Charles City-County Library
    Location: KL Meeting Room A
    Registration opens 8/1/2017.  To register, click here.

     

  • Tue
    26
    Sep
    2017
    7:00 pmUMSL #33 Social Science/Business Building

    Noted historian and genealogist, Roland Paul, will discuss newly released source material of special interest to people researching ancestors from the Rhenish Palatinate, a region in southwestern Germany.
    RSVP by 9/12/2017 to gcc@umsl or call (314)516-6620.  See maps and more information at www.germanculturecenter.org.
    There will be a second presentation sponsored by the St. Clair County Genealogical Society (SCCGS) on Thursday, 9/28/2017 at 7:00 pm at St. Luke Parish Center, 226 N. Church Street, Belleville, Illinois.

  • Fri
    27
    Oct
    2017
    Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017
    Friday 10:00 AM and Saturday 8:00 AMiWireless Center, Moline, Illinois

    Build Your Family Tree: DNA, Research, & Writing

    The Illinois State Genealogical Society is pleased to announce that online registration is now open for its Fall 2017 Conference in Moline, Illinois to be held Friday, October 27th and Saturday, October 28th!

    Featured speakers include Karen Stanbary, Jay Fonkert, Tony Burroughs, Ginger Frere, Dr. Daniel Hubbard, Marsha Peterson-Maass, & Rachel M. Popma.    Click here for more information and to register today.

  • Tue
    14
    Nov
    2017
    7:00PM-8:30PM2323 Elm Street, St. Charles, MO 63301
    What was the process your ancestor went through to leave Germany? Learn about legal and illegal emigration and what records may have been left behind. We will explore some German emigrant databases and then review immigrant records in the U. S.

    Library: K. Linnemann Branch of St. Charles City-County Library
    Location: KL Meeting Room A
    Registration: 9/30/2017-11/13/2017.  To register, click here.

    Co-sponsored by the St. Charles City-County Library District and the St. Charles Historical Society

    Contact: Jim Rhodes
    Presenter: Kathy Wurth, researcher and speaker