Welcome

Welcome to the Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan. The Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan is a non-denominational organization focusing on genealogical research in all thirty-two counties of the Emerald Isle. The society is open to everyone! 




Our Saturday, January 19, 2019 Meeting
has been canceled due to pending weather issues.
 
 
Next Meeting
Saturday, February 16, 2019
1:30 p.m.
 
It's a Small World: Finding Connections in Unexpected Places
(Value of Belonging to a Genealogical Society)
by Diane Oslund
 
at the Gaelic League of Detroit
2068 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, MI 48216
 

Please join us for Diane Oslund's presentation, "It's a Small World: Finding Connections in Unexpected Places (Value of Belonging to a Genealogical Society)."

Diane is a professional genealogist and speaker who began researching more than 30 years ago. She is a past president and newsletter editor for the Ford Genealogy Club http://fgc.dianesgenealogy.com/ 

Diane has published the The Cryderman Family of North America and Our Fick Family (Fick's of Lenawee & Midland Counties in Michigan). Diane provided much of the research for the privately published history of the Roberson family in Michigan. Diane & Karen Krugman transcribed and published Ford Family Cemetery which includes the final resting place of the Auto manufacturer Henry Ford. She has also assisted the Lenawee County Family Researchers in transcribing cemeteries in that county.



Coming Events
Saturday, Mar. 23rd
Some Irish Tales From an American Seanchi
Please join us for David K. McDonnell's presentation, "Some Irish Tales From an American Seanchi"   Please note that the location of our March 23, 2019 meeting has changed to the AOH Hall at 25300 5 Mile Road, Redford, Michigan, 48239. Meeting time remains the same. We'll begin promptly at ...
Saturday, Apr. 27th
"Using Oral History to Complement Ireland Genealogy Resources and Research Techniques."
Please join us for Dick Doherty's presentation, "Using Oral History to Complement Ireland Genealogy Resources and Research Techniques." 
Saturday, May. 18th
"A New Look at Brick Walls: the Genealogy N.I.N.J.A."
Please join us for Dan Earl's presentation, "A New Look at Brick Walls: the Genealogy N.I.N.J.A."