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

October 12, 2019 : "Leaving a Psychological Legacy" by Susana K. O'Hara, PhD Psychologist from Easton, MA

  • A legacy is usually thought of as a gift of property or money. However, one does not have to have money or other assets in order to leave in legacy. One can leave a very powerful psychological legacy through the use of well-chosen words, small objects and actions.
    (This idea can be powerfully utilized in the genealogical work that we do)
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NEXT MEETING:

Our Monthly Meetings are held at 10:00am at the Falmouth Public LibrarY
300 Main Street, Falmouth MA 02540
Downstairs in the hermann foundation room unless otherwise noted

UPCOMING EVENTS:

TUESDAY AFTERNOON GENEALOGY ASSISTANCE EXPERTS

Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 pm-4:00 pm at the Falmouth Public Library in the Lemke Reference Room.  Falmouth Genealogical Society members assist anyone with their genealogical research. This is a free drop-in session with no appointment needed.  FGS video about Library Sessions.

​​November 9, 2019 : Annual Joint Meeting of the Cape Cod Genealogical Soc. and the Falmouth Genealogical Soc.

Michael Strauss AG.

  • Held 10:30AM at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Osterville, MA
  • Two talks with a (edible) sandwich in between "Research your World War II Ancestors" and "Following the Armies:Researching Military Maps (from Colonial through Vietnam)".
  • Order your sandwich here: (Coming soon)


December 14, 2019 : Family Stories by Members & Holiday Treats.

  • If you have a short historical family story (15 minute max.) or artifact to share contact Tim Martin : tjmartin(at)timfo.com
  • If you are inclined bring a holiday treat of your choice!


January 11, 2019 : "Telling Their Stories When they Left No Stories."  by Mary Roddy CG.

  • This will be a webinar broadcast to Falmouth Public Library Hermann Foundation Room.  Viewing from home will also be supported.
  • You've spent years (or decades) working on your genealogy. Now it's finally time to take all that data and put it together into a story that your relatives - yes, even your spouse and children! - will want to read. Mary Roddy will show you how to take your data and "fluff it up" with the kinds of details that draw your reader into the story of their ancestors' lives.