Program

THE ORPHAN TRAIN COMES TO MICHIGAN…

…will be the subject of the March meeting of the Midland Genealogical Society on Wednesday evening, March 15, 2017, at 7:00 pm. This meeting will be conducted jointly with the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library, and will be held in the auditorium of the library, with refreshments to follow.

Al Eicher, our presenter for the evening is a well-known and respected speaker and lecturer on subjects related to Michigan history, and his program promises to be informative and entertaining.

Meetings of the Midland Genealogical Society are always free and open to the public.

EXPLORING SEEKING MICHIGAN…

… will be the subject of discussion on April 19, 2017, when Jessica Harden of the Michigan Archives comes to Midland to help us learn how to unlock the secrets of the Archives’ on-line search engine. SEEKING MICHIGAN is an invaluable tool for doing Michigan research, and Jessica’s presentation will do a lot to help us learn how to navigate the site.

This April meeting will return the Society to its usual meeting place at St. John’s Episcopal Church at the corner of St. Andrews and South Saginaw Road. We’ll gather at 7:00 for a brief business meeting and then proceed to the program. An opportunity for Questions and Answers will be available after the program, as will light refreshments.

Meetings of the Midland Genealogical Society are always free and open to the public.

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Membership

Membership

The Midland Genealogical Society welcomes new members.  We hold monthly meetings beginning in September and ending in May excluding December.  If you are interested in researching your family, even if the family was not local, you can benefit from becoming a member.

If you are interested in membership, please see the membership page and download a copy of the application form.  Looking forward to seeing some new faces this fall.

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