2024 Programs


Jan 17, 2024:    Paul Howes     
                                  In person presentation.
        "Irish Genealogy from Your Armchair"
(Paul will describe what you can find online from your
 armchair, using a mixture of free and paid resources, 
 and show how to use the records)

Feb 28    Larry Fermi     
                         In person presentation.
        "Military Research Using Fold3.com"
(How to use Fold3 to research various aspects of military service in the United States from the Revolutionary War through WWII.)

 Mar 20:    David Fussell
In person presentation.
           "Finding Family Stories"
(Researching, exploring and finding pieces that connect and create a lifetime story.)
 Apr 17:    Susan Demorsky
In person presentation.
  "The DAR: Past & Present-Serving Our Community"
(Genealogy is a flagstone effort for the DAR. It's resources will be reviewed for those seeking to investigate their Revolutionary War patriot.)

May 15:    Bill Meister
In person presentation.
           "Getting MORE of the Story"
(Tips and Techniques to help you further your genealogy research to obtain more of your family's story, and sometimes even correct the story.)

Jun 12:    Irene Sheridan
In person presentation.
           "Exploring Vital Records: Birth, Marriage, and Death Documentation in England, Scotland, Ireland, and Quebec"
(A review of 6 websites that will assist you in locating those crucial birth, marriage, and death records for you ancestors in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Quebec, Canada.)

Jul & Aug:    Summer Break

Sep 18:       Tamara Hallo
Live Webinar.
 "FamilySearch and Ancestry: Do I Need to Use Both?"
(FamilySearch.org and Ancestry.com are the two big giants in the world of genealogy. But do you really need to use both of them? Let’s put both websites to the test and show what each has to offer.)

Oct 16:       Tamara Hallo
Live Webinar.
   "How to Get the Most Out of FamilySearch.org"
(Explore all that FamilySearch.org has to offer including powerful search features, online family trees, family activities, digitized books, an exciting app feature, Memories (a digital scrapbook), the research wiki, and how to get help from the FamilySearch community.)

Nov 20:       Annette Burke Lyttle
Live Webinar.
   "Doing a Deep in Ancestry's Collections"
(Filling out a search form on Ancestry only returns a small percentage of the millions of records available on the site. Learn how to search by place and by collection on Ancestry so you can find all the records your ancestor might be mentioned in.) 

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Annual dues are $15 individual and $25 family
View or print the GSFC Membership Application

Regular Meetings

Third Wednesday of the month
(With exceptions, see program details.)
5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
(September - May)

Flagler County Public Library
2500 Palm Coast Parkway NW
Palm Coast, FL   32137

The Flagler County Library has an increasing collection of genealogy materials.


President Bill Meister
Vice President Ellen Teller
Secretary    Open
Treasurer George Miller
Parliamentarian    Open
Newsletter Lori Castro
Publicity Lori Castro
Membership Bonnie Popet
Library Liaison Rick Burdi

Contact Us

Genealogy Society of Flagler County

49 Wellford Lane
Palm Coast, FL 32164

For additional information contact President Bill Meister
at (386) 445-3253 or GSFCFL@gmail.com


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