CSG News: Connecticut Society of Genealogists Request for Proposals – DNA Topics Calendar year 2022

The Connecticut Society of Genealogists invites you to submit lecture proposals for our new series focusing on using DNA for genealogy. These VIRTUAL presentations will take place on the FIRST day of every month of 2022, at 6:30 p.m. and will consist of a program of 45 – 50 minutes, plus questions and answers. Topics can be geared to beginner through experienced – presentations will be in random order with no progression of experience level. The presentations will be open to CSG members only, and all presentations will be recorded and available to CSG members for a minimum of 90 Read More

CSG News: Mask update at the CSG Library – August 2021

Out of an abundance of caution as the COVID-19 status in the state of Connecticut continues to fluctuate, the CSG Board of Governors has updated the mask policy at the CSG library. Beginning August 5, 2021, all visitors to the library are required to wear a mask. We also ask that you continue to practice social distancing while you are in the library. The policy will continue to be revisited and updated as necessary in the coming weeks and months. Thank you for your cooperation. Please call the CSG office at 860-569-0002,  if you have any questions.

CSG News: CSG is a certified FHL affiliate

We have some exciting news! We are happy to announce that the CSG Library is now a certified Family History Library Affiliate! That means you can access additional digital record collections while researching on Family Search in our library. The CSG Library is currently open to the public Tuesdays thru Fridays from 11 am to 3 pm by appointment only. Visitors must call ahead before coming at (860) 569-0002. The library has received the State of Connecticut COVID self-certification safety seal which means we are compliant with all safety requirements put in place. Social distancing and masks are required. The Read More

CSG News – New Haven Jewish Cemetery Database

The New Haven Jewish Cemetery Database website is a valuable resource for family history researchers. This website provides a searchable index to Jewish cemeteries in New Haven, East Haven, Hamden, West Haven, Shelton, Orange, Meriden, Wallingford, Deep River, Moodus, Bristol, Clinton, and Cheshire. Cemetery maps are also provided. The cemetery database can be searched by last name (required), first name, maiden name, date of death, date of birth, spouse, and Hebrew name. Select a cemetery name from the dropdown list. The data fields in the search results are last name, first name, dates of birth and death, cemetery name, Read More

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