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

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.

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February 8, 2019 : "No Irish Need Apply" by Christopher Daley

  • This will be a 90 minute in-depth program about the Irish experience in Boston from mid 17th Century through the Great Potato Famine.  Read the full summary here.  In September 2019 Chris spoke to us about "1620 : The First Year."


March 14, 2019 : "Oak Grove Cemetery Falmouth - Buried Genealogy Puzzles" by Brad Jordan Superintendent

NOTE THAT this meeting will be at Oak Grove Cemetery Falmouth at 10AM


April : "Mayflower 400 including the Wampanoag Story" - four talks on four nights

  • Joy of Learning series : Wednesdays - April 1, 8, 15 and 22 at 7PM at the Falmouth Public Library


May 16, 2019 : "The Portuguese Adventures of GrandPa Jose Moniz" by Al Moniz


June 13, 2019 : FGS 35th Anniversary Celebration (and annual meeting) - venue to be announced


July 11, 2019 : Jill Morelli CG - topic to be announced




UPCOMING EVENTS:

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​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.