of membership in the Hamilton County Genealogical Society
an award-winning quarterly journal with 32 pages of information on
Hamilton County records, repositories and resources
a digital quarterly E-newsletter with Chapter news and updates for the Public
Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County available from our homepage.
access on the Chapterís website to the only index of Hamilton County
Wills, 1918-1973 Ė not available anywhere else!
to apply to any of the Chapterís three lineage societies: First
Families of Hamilton County (before 1821), Settlers and Builders of Ohio
(1821-1860), Century Families of Hamilton County (1861 to 100 years ago)
to submit surname file cards; members are notified if their cards
match or show similar research interests with other members
in The Tracer ($3.00 for non-members)
on the Chapterís research services (see
Current Membership brochure
All of these benefits cost just $10 (electronic publications only) or $20
(electronic and hard-copy publications) per year.
Dues & Membership Classifications:
Subject to change without notification.
E-Member (1 or 2 persons at the same address)....$10.00 per year
The Tracer and The Gazette as PDF files downloaded from our web
Following membership classes receive printed copies of The Tracer
by US Mail and The Gazette from our web site
REGULAR (1 or 2 persons at the same address)....$20.00 per year
SUSTAINING ........$25.00 per year
Sustaining Membership provides additional operating funds for the Chapter and
as such is encouraged and much appreciated.
Postage, add $8.00 for Canadian addresses and $15.00 for international
FFHC..........$30.00 (Application Fee)
Settlers/Builders.Ö..$30.00 (Application Fee)
Families.Ö..$30.00 (Application Fee)
Dues are payable by January 1st for each coming year.
Life Members are continued on the roll of the Chapter as memorials after
their death. Life Memberships are held in an endowment fund. Fund use is not
restricted and will follow non-profit organization guidelines. These Life Memberships,
active or memorial, help the Chapter preserve genealogical information by
publication and indexing which is made available to the public for
generations to come.
New members joining during the year will receive all paper issues of The Tracer
for that year.