March Meeting; Sunday March 28, 2021
Our March meeting will be a virtual meeting held on Zoom beginning at 1:30. A zoom link and information on how to join the meeting will be sent to members one week prior to the event. Non-members wishing to attend may send a request by March 25th to email@example.com.
Program: "Immigration and Naturalization Records" by Jeff Mason
Do you wonder what foreign lands your ancestors came from? How did they get here and why did they come? Learn what records to look for and where to find them to answer these questions. Gain the tools necessary to launch you on your quest.
Class: "Using the Quantity of Shared DNA to Answer Genealogical Questions" by Dr. James Sims
Learn how the quantity of autosomal DNA shared can help you understand your matches and can help you answer certain genealogical questions.
2020-2021 Lectures and Classes
Click here for information about our meetings and the meeting schedule through May 2021.
The Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Michigan
(GSWC for short) functions through volunteer efforts and welcomes anyone interested in genealogy and local history, whether beginning their family research or more experienced researchers.
for visiting the GSWC website. We hope your visit will help your research and you will return often.
To navigate easily on this site, and get the most benefit:
- Click on the Green Buttons on the left. Note that after you click, submenu items may appear below the button.
- Once you sign in as a member, further submenu items will appear below Members and Washtenaw Research.
Our website features an extensive list of Washtenaw County and Michigan research links and resources; databases; indexes; a surname database; a catalog of over 2,000 books, cemetery records, and census records in our library; and a calendar of events.
For HELP with your Washtenaw County research, use the "Research Requests” button on the left.
We encourage you to become a MEMBER
. (Click here to join
). Your membership in the GSWC will help you further your research goals and will also help GSWC in its important work of collecting and preserving Washtenaw County’s family history and heritage.
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