2021 Ancestry Allies Day: Professional Researchers helping family history seekers
Co-Sponsored by the Windsor Historical Society and the Connecticut Society of Genealogists.
This day is a collaborative event with members from eight genealogical entities in Connecticut.
Where can you get help from some of the most knowledgeable genealogical researchers around, all in one place? Join experts from the Connecticut Society of Genealogists, Windsor Historical Society and other specialists for a virtual genealogy help day!
Register for a personal consultation on genealogy for beginners, general genealogy, Windsor, French-Canadian, Polish, Jewish, or other special focus areas.
Proceeds support the Connecticut State Library History and Genealogy Reference Department.
$10 advanced registration required. Registration is full.
Serving family history enthusiasts and genealogists for over 50 years with nearly 2,000 members from around the world. Located in East Hartford, Connecticut.
Founded in 1993, CPGC has more than sixty members who work as genealogical researchers, writers, publishers, instructors, lecturers, managers of genealogical records, and genealogists serving heritage and lineage societies.
Established in 1983. DFAW’s purpose is to record and preserve the history and genealogy of the Founders of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut and their descendants. DFAW’s home base is Windsor, Connecticut.
The French-Canadian Genealogical Society of Connecticut, located in the 200-year-old Tolland County Courthouse building, is dedicated to collecting, preserving and disseminating genealogical and historical information. We specialize in the genealogical history of early settlers in Québec, Acadia, and areas in the United States settled by the French and their descendants, but the experienced volunteers at our library can help persons of any nationality get started on their family history.
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut assists and promotes the research of Jewish family history. JGSCT library is located at Temple Sinai in Newington, Connecticut. assists and promotes the research of Jewish family history. JGSCT library is located at Temple Sinai in Newington, Connecticut.
The Middlesex Genealogical Society was established in 1982 for the purpose of encouraging those interested in researching their family history and to provide guidance to that end. The Society does not limit its focus to Darien or Fairfield County. It provides assistance for all researchers, wherever their ancestry leads.
PGSCTNE strives to capture the past and preserve the Polish cultural heritage for the generations which will follow. Located in New Britain, Connecticut.