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! 




Next Meeting
Saturday, October 20, 2018
1:30 p.m.
 
Peter Robinson Settlements 1823 & 1825, a British and Canadian Experiment
by Derek Blount
 
at the Gaelic League of Detroit
2068 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, MI 48216
 
Please join us for Derek Blount's presentation, "Peter Robinson Settlements 1823 & 1825, a British and Canadian Experiment."
 
Derek Blount has been researching my family tree for over 29 years. His genealogy research can now trace his family back before the Norman Conquest (1066 A.D.). He has extensive experience with a multitude of ancestry sites and historical websites.  Derek has traveled extensively around the U.S., Canada, and England in search of ancestors. He has wandered many cemeteries to dig up ancestors (not literally of course). 


Coming Events
Saturday, Nov. 17th
"The Records of New York City's Emigrant Savings Bank"
Please join us for Kathryn R. Willson's presentation, "The Records of New York City's Emigrant Savings Bank."
Saturday, Jan. 19th
"Don't Tell Me You Can't Find Anything on FamilySeach.org"
Please join us for Dr. Barbara Hofmann and Kathy Sticher's presentation, "Don't Tell Me You Can't Find Anything on FamilySeach.org."
Saturday, Feb. 16th
"It's a Small World: Finding Connections in Unexpected Places (Value of Belonging to a Genealogical
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)."