or email tjmartin@timfo.com with your request.

This service is not intended for extended or ongoing research,

but is rather intended for limited/definable goals.

​​​Past Presidents from left: Mary Barry, Ralph Wadleigh, Judy Fenner, Donna Walcovy, Joyce Pendery, Marge Riley, Eleanor Baldic, & John Caspole.  Most recent past president Thomas Greve missing from picture

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​​​​The Society is a nonprofit organization of beginner, amateur, and professional family historians and genealogists dedicated to studying, preserving and sharing family histories.


Established in 1985, FGS promotes genealogical research among members; the Barnstable County, MA community; and anyone interested in family history.

>>> Click Here for a video introduction to our group!

​OCT 2019 : We have added considerably to our links page!

​​​​​​​​The Society normally meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month.  Check the calendar for specific information. 

BUT - for the month of October in cooperation with

The Falmouth Public Library - Joy of Learning Series

Four Zoom-hosted "Mayflower 400" talks:

  • Wed. Oct 7th 7PM - Linda Coombs​ : A Wampanoag Prespective
  • Wed. Oct 14th 7PM - Ron Petersen : Influences on Native Perspectives
  • ​Wed. Oct 21st 7PM - Phyllis Day/David Young : Early Falmouth Families
  • Wed. Oct 28th 7PM - Ralph Wadleigh : Proving a Mayflower Connection

Register Here

Sat. Oct 17th : Cape Cod and the Plimoth Colony Symposium

  • ​via Zoom - CLICK HERE - for PDF registration form

P.O. Box 2107, East Falmouth, MA 02536 - Barnstable County 

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meetings are Held the  second Saturday of  each month at the Falmouth Public Library

10:00 am to 12:00 Pm

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