Maryland Genealogical Society
Maryland Genealogical Society

Local and Regional Genealogy Events

 
Harold McClendon of the Mount Vernon Genealogical Society maintains a well-known list of upcoming genealogy events. Most are in the Mid-Atlantic Region, with some farther afield.
   

Tuesday March 18, 7 pm
 
The Delaware Genealogical Society will present a program “How to Research Military Records and Uncover their Genealogical Treasures and Stories” by Sydney Cruice Dixon, at the Immanuel Church, Highlands, 2400 West 17th Street, Wilmington, DE 19806.
 

Friday March 21
 
Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society workshop, “Dissecting a Civil War Pension File” Debra Hoffman
 

Saturday March 22, 2014
 
Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society Spring Meeting, “Creating Access for Genealogists 24/7.”
 

Saturday, April 5, 2014 1pm
 
Reginald F. Lewis Museum - Going South: Documenting African American Community History of Virginia and North Carolina with Char Bah & Marvin Jones
Join genealogist Char Bah and local historian Marvin Jones as they bring to life the dynamic stories of local black heritage in the communities of Alexandria, Virginia and the Winton Triangle in Eastern North Carolina. Noted genealogist Char Bah is co-author of African Americans of Alexandria, Virginia: Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century. Marvin Jones lectures widely on 19th and 20th century history of Winton Triangle and has spearheaded a successful historic marker campaign in Eastern North Carolina. This event is in conjunction with the Annual Spring Meeting of the Baltimore Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society. Cost: $5.00; To register call 443-263-1816 or email resourcecenter@maamc.org