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, May 19, 2018
1:30 p.m.
 
Our People were Farmers: Farming in Michigan, Background & Resources
by Dan Fantore
 
at the Gaelic League of Detroit
2068 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, MI 48216
 
Dan Fantore started his genealogical research in 1995 and concentrated on his German and Italian ancestors.  He volunteered as a librarian at a Family History Library center for eight years.  He earned his certification as a Genealogical Records Specialist (lapsed) and has worked for clients on African-American, Scottish, Italian, French, and research.  His Mother grew up on a farm in Port Hope, Michigan and he loved to visit the farm to bale hay, feed cows, plant crops, and collect the chicken eggs.  Dan is a former special education teacher and was named Teacher of the Year by his colleagues.  Dan teaches classes on several genealogical and family history topics. 


Coming Events
Saturday, May. 19th
Our People Were Farmers: Farming in Michigan, Background & Resources
Dan Fantore started his genealogical research in 1995 and concentrated on his German and Italian ancestors.  He volunteered as a librarian at a Family History Library center for eight years.  He earned his certification as a Genealogical Records Specialist (lapsed) and has worked for clients on African-American, Scottish, Italian, French, ...