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

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meetings are NORMALLY the  second Saturday of  each month at the Falmouth Public Library at 10:30AM

​​​​​​​​​The Society normally meets the

2nd Saturday of each month.

Since April 2022 we have resumed live monthly meetings at the Hermann Foundation Room of the Falmouth (Massachusetts)  Public Library

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​​​Past Presidents from left: Mary Barry, Ralph Wadleigh, Judy Fenner, Donna Walcovy, Joyce Pendery, Marge Riley, Eleanor Baldic, & John Caspole.  Most recent presidents: Thomas Greve then Gerard Luby then currently Tim Martin missing from picture.

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Saturday, March 9th, 2024 - 10:30AM EDT - Live meeting with live presenter.

  • FGS Member and genealogist-consultant Deborah Shaw  : "Finding original names and towns for 19th-20th Century immigrants"
  • Successful genealogy hinges on two essential facts:  what are the original ancestral first/last names for your immigrant ancestor and what is their town.  What if you don’t know one of both of those facts?  Where do you start?  Is it even possible to recapture that crucial information if you know neither?  Using several strategies Ms. Shaw will walk you through each showing examples of how original names and towns can be confirmed many decades after they were forgotten or obscured. 

​​​​​​​​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.