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The content from the original Delaware Genealogical Society website has been moved to our new web home. Take a look around and let us know what you think.But come back often because we have more content to post. A lot of new content is in the works. Note: to the right of this text at our news window for late breaking society news and the coming events.

Congratulations to the DGS Book Committee

Delaware Families 1787 to 1800 is now available. For purchasing information, click on STORE. For the Delaware Online article about the book, click on the image of the book.
November 18
Maps and Genealogy
TOPIC:  Knowing the different types of maps available for use in tracking down your family is essential to understanding your family's place in history.   ...
December 16
December Social
Come share refreshments and genealogy fellowship!    All are welcome to share a brief family story, talk about a family artifact, share (any) holiday tradition from your family ...
January 20
Geographic Timelines: 19th and 20th Century Urban Genealogy
SPEAKER: Kimberly F. Bucklaw has over 10 years of research experience. She is the Assistant Archivist and the primary genealogical researcher for the Chester County Archives ...
February 17
The Lewis Family Papers
SPEAKER: Sylvester Woolford. A native Delawarean, Syl Woolford currently resides in Newark. He is a graduate of Delaware State University and also received an MBA ...
March 8
Irish Research in American Records - Part 1 of 2
NOTE:  One of two Sunday afternoon programs on Irish Research.  These will be instead of a Tuesday member meeting this month.    SPEAKER:  Nancy ...