The Chicago Genealogical Society was begun in 1967 as a not-for-profit educational organization devoted to collecting, preserving and perpetuating the records of our ancestors, and to stimulate an interest in all people who contributed in any way to the establishment of Chicago and its surrounding area.
Our Chicago Genealogical Society has provided critically important help in preserving a very large mass of early Chicago genealogical records. These records include over 80 linear feet of Abstract of Title records which list the names of sellers and buyers
On October 3rd an eager group of family historians and genealogists will meet at Chicago’s Ogilvie Transportation Center at 9:15am to embark on a day of exploring their ancestor’s neighborhoods. The neighborhoods were chosen in relation to the marvelous mass
Please join The Chicago Genealogical Society for our next program this Saturday.“DNA Test Results: Power Tool in the Genealogical-Research Toolkit” with professional genealogist, Karen StanbarySaturday, September 12, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton Street, Chicago Learn the many different