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The purpose of this Society is to educate the general public and members of the Society in genealogical research, and, to preserve, collect, compile, publish and disseminate genealogical data and family history.
Due to the uncertainties of the COVID-19 virus, the Sonoma County Genealogical Society has decided to cancel the March general meeting that was to be held on Saturday, March 21st.
We hope to be able to have this meeting later in the year.
Please check our Calendar to find the latest information about our meetings and events.
The Spring Seminar that was to be held on Saturday, April 18th has also been cancelled.
The presenter, Judy Russell, has agreed to be with us for our 2022 Seminar – thanks Judy!
Stay connected with SCGS through our Facebook group.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sonoma County Library branches and
the Family History Center in Santa Rosa will be closed until the end of March.
You can still access the Library resources from home and FamilySearch is always open!
For handouts from the February meeting and other past favorites, visit our Handouts page in the Meetings tab.
A new benefit to becoming a member of SCGS!
The software Vivid-Pix RESTORE – now save 20% with a special code available in the Members Only section of this website. Vivid-Pix RESTORE works on both Mac and Windows computers – an easy way to work with photographs or documents to restore, crop, add metadata or tags. Try a Free Trial.
Our Book Store is home again
and open for business, with over 40 "new" books. The new books do not have pictures yet, but hopefully soon.
Mark your calendar for these North Bay Events
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Read the entire article by Marc McDermott to help improve your Family History research.
Members of Sonoma County Genealogical Society
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Over 700 classes of genealogy education and almost 1000 hours of genealogy based education
We have indexes to many of our publications, and are working to make them available here. We have moved some of our indexes from RootsWeb, so check out our