ALL families connected
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.
Online registration will close
on the day before the presentation.
Also join us for our new Book Club - this month's book is Psychic Roots by Henry Z. Jones. Who hasn't experienced a bit of serendipity somewhere along our winding path of research! We will be getting together virtually on May 5, 2022 at 4 pm. Send an email to Steve for the Zoom link.
The National Genealogical Society is coming to Sacramento in May 2022 !! The program is now available and you can review the class listings and registration options HERE. California Genealogical Society is the host, and they have several on-line presentations that discuss the amazing research opportunities in Northern California. See their list of talks HERE.
The Southern California Genealogical Society is presenting the 2022 Genealogy Jamboree and Genetic Genealogy Conferences in August this year, and registration will open in March. For more information, click HERE.
More New Books
!! LIST IS BEING UPDATED AFTER SEMINAR SALE - CHECK BACK SOON !!
Check out the updated list of books on SALE
Click HERE to go to the Book List
Spring 2022 classes for SRJC are now on-line!
Genealogy for Beginners; Advanced Genealogy - American Migration; Roadblocks, Brick walls and DNA; Advanced Genealogy-European Migration; Understanding Genetic Genealogy
Classes start January 19, so check out the listing and sign-up now.
Follow the Sonoma County History and Genealogy Library on their Facebook page
There are frequent posts of interest to local historians, and links to their Location page, Research Page and their Newsletters and Blog posts - all good stuff!
There is also a link to a video about the new book Revised and Expanded Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery. Which also leads to the many other videos available, including how to access and navigate the Top Five - Ancestry Library Edition, HeritageQuest, Newspapers.com, the San Francisco Chronicle 1865-1922 and Fire Insurance maps online (FIMo) in this tutorial.
There are so many opportunities to attend meetings and webinars now, with most on ZOOM.
Take a look at the North Bay Events page to see if there is something that interests you
One of our "sibling" Societies, Southern California Genealogical Society, is offering a webinar series for free, with interesting subjects twice a month - check out their website.
You can find many other opportunities to learn new methods of research and right now many of them are free. So go exploring! Here are a few more to get you started …
California Genealogical Society is offering on-line versions of some of their Special Interest Groups and Classes. Check out their listing on our North Bay Events page. They also have a BLOG that keeps up with the news, and offers links to other societies' events.
Legacy Family Tree offers many of their webinars for free. Check out their full listing of amazing webinars, and consider starting your membership to take advantage of all your "free" time. Don't forget that SCGS members get a 50 % discount on membership - see the Members Only page.
The National Genealogical Society’s Free Genealogy Resources
And don’t forget Facebook. SCGS has a page that Jeffrey Vaillant and Trisha Bomar keep populated with interesting links and announcements. If you use the Find feature you can probably see a Facebook page for any possible subject related to your genealogical interests.
Stay connected with SCGS through our Facebook group.
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.
Members of Sonoma County Genealogical Society
receive 50 % off annual subscription for Legacy Family Tree Webinars
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