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The Tennessee Genealogical Society is a federally recognized nonprofit, tax-exempt, educational organization, staffed and managed by unpaid volunteers. Membership is open to all genealogical researchers or others with an interest in genealogy.
The Germantown Regional History and Genealogy Center (GRHGC) is currently
maintaining limited hours due to the pandemic.
CURRENT HOURS as of 4/6
Tuesday & Thursday 10-4
COVID-19 Protocols: Masks Required - Temperatures Checked - Social Distancing Maintained – 10 Patron max
Help us expand the library hours by volunteering!
Contact Tina at email@example.com if you are interested.
REMINDER - TNGS Events are still on-going and remain VIRTUAL. Check the Education page for upcoming programs.
TN GEN GOES TO CHURCH
with Sunny Jane Morton
Join us as the Tennessee Genealogic Society welcomes Sunny Jane Morton to enlighten us on genealogical church records. Sunny will be live via GoToWebinar for our half-day seminar. She will present two programs which will be recorded and available for registrants to re-watch for 30 days after the event. Sunny is co-author of the book "How to Find Your Family History in U.S. Church Records: A Genealogist's Guide"
May 8, 2021 10 am - 1 pm Central Time
Members - $20 Non-Members - $30Click here to register
The Tennessee Genealogical Society has upgraded our webinar platform! Non-members can register for our exciting Webinars for $5.00. It is a great way to try our offerings before becoming a member.
The link below is a sample of our offerings:
Debbie Atchley's recent webinar on the tools built into Ancestry.com for analyzing DNA matches https://youtu.be/4xGJ8okdOSI
For more information about registration and attending GoToWebinar events, check out the TNGS GoToWebinar Attendee Guide.pdf
To see all events, see the Events page Events
TNGS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
The TNGS Partnership Program was created to help fulfill the society’s goal “to reach out and form associations with genealogical and historical societies and archives across the state.”
For more information click here.
Genealogy in the NEWS
This page has links and references to recent news articles featuring or highlighting genealogy.