Hamilton County Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 15865
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215-0865
Telephone:  (513) 956-7078

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Researching Roman Catholic Church Records – Tips & Tricks
Tuesday, May 28
Researching Roman Catholic Church Records – Tips & Tricks  (Programs)
7:00 pm
Kolping Center, 10235 West Mill Rd., Cincinnati, OH
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Roman Catholic sacramental records have recently been released through Findmypast. Transcripts are currently available and record images will be posted in the future. Jeff Herbert will discuss effective use of these records for researching your Hamilton County ancestors. Tips will include how to navigate through the records in Latin, the prevalence of ethnic parishes in the 19th century, and strategies for using information contained in these records to overcome those difficult family research barriers. An example of a Hamilton County Irish family will demonstrate the use of all available resources to successfully trace the family back into their ancestral homeland.



Exploring New Tools at Ancestry DNA - SWOHDNA Meeting
Tuesday, June 11
Exploring New Tools at Ancestry DNA - SWOHDNA Meeting  (Interest Group)
7:00 pm to 8:45 pm
Midpointe Library - West Chester
Who: Video by Blaine Bettinger
          Related examples by Kathy Reed
What: Exploring the New Tools at AncestryDNA
Where: MidPointe Library West Chester
When: Tuesday, June 11th, 2019
Time: 7:00 - 8:45 pm
 
If you have taken a test through AncestryDNA, you may be interested in this topic. It is appropriate for both newbies and veterans of DNA research. Blaine Bettinger, founder of DNA-Central.com and nationally-recognized speaker, has prepared a video on the new tools that are available at AncestryDNA. These include a "New Match Listing" and "ThruLines."
 
For complete information, click on the link.


HCGS Board Cookout and Meeting
Thursday, June 20
HCGS Board Cookout and Meeting  (Calendar)
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
HCGS Board Cookout and Meeting - Members are welcome. Party starts at 5:30pm; eat at 6:30pm, followed by brief meeting.  Feel free to bring a food item. Will be indoors if inclement weather.
Contact the HCGS President for the location.
We meet in January, February, March, April, May, (June is held at another location), no meetings in July or August, then meet again in September, October and November. 




Saturday, August 3
Orientation: Genealogy and Local History Department Tours  (Other Events)
10:00 am
Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Main Branch, 800 Vine Street
Ever wondered what genealogical gems are in the library? PLCH librarians give an overview of the resources available in the Genealogy and Local History Department, 3rd floor. The genealogy collection includes national and international resources. Take the tour and learn what you might be missing!
 
Upcoming dates:
 
This event is sponsored by the Genealogy and Local History Department, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.



Honoring Your Past with a Gift to the Future
Saturday, August 17
Honoring Your Past with a Gift to the Future  (Other Events)
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Symmes Township Library
We are finalizing plans for what promises to be an outstanding Writing Workshop with ideas to preserve your family history. Nationally-recognized speaker and writer, Shelley Bishop, will lead the workshop. Details will be provided at a later date.
 



2019 Heritage Luncheon
Saturday, October 12
2019 Heritage Luncheon  (Other Events)
10:45 am
Clovernook Country Club, 2035 West Galbraith Road, 45239
Mark the date for this year's Heritage Luncheon!   It will be held on Saturday October 12th.   Clovernook County Club will again be our venue.   This year marks the 200th anniversary of Ohio Medical College (University of Cincinnati.)   With this in mind, our speaker will again be interpreter, Joyce Browning, this time as  "Mary Cunningham, the Body Snatcher's wife."  It is a funny/sad tale of how the earliest doctors became educated.  Ms. Browning plays an amazing role!
Registration and payment information will be posted in the coming months.