DuPage County Genealogical Society
DuPage County Genealogical Society

 
  NEW  
 
MEMBER BENEFIT
 
DuPage County Probate Index 1839 to 1972
 
First-time release of the Probate and Administration Index of the Circuit Court of DuPage County is now available as a DCGS member benefit. 
 
Details can be found in Research Resources > DuPage Genealogy Data.
 
Members log in then click on the Probate Index link.



 
Our membership year begins June 1
General membership meetings are held at 7:00 p.m., with social time beginning at 6:30 p.m., the third Wednesday of each month, in September, October, November, January, February, April, and May. 
There are no general member meetings in June, July, August, December, and March - see our annual conference. 
General Membership Meetings are held in the Lower Level Meeting Room at the Wheaton Public Library, 225 N. Cross Street, Wheaton.  An elevator is available. 
 
May 25, 2018
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Upcoming Events
March 23rd
FamilySearch.org -- Part 2: Family Tree with Maureen Brady
Learn how to create and use FamilySearch’s Family Tree.   Please register online at wheatonlibrary.org using the ‘Programs and Events’ calendar or call 630-868-7520. The class fee is $10, payable with check/cash at the class. Registration is requested, but not required.   Print the ...
April 6th
DNA from A to B with Genealogist Dan Hubbard
DNA explained in a simplified, easy to understand manner.    Please register online at wheatonlibrary.org using the ‘Programs and Events’ calendar or call 630-868-7520.   Each class is $10, payable with check or cash at the class.  Registration is requested, but not required.  ...
April 17th
Mapping the Past: Navigating your family history with maps with Dr. Daniel Hubbard
Mapping the Past looks at different types of maps and how to use them to understand your ancestors' towns and migrations; changing borders and extracting data and even names from maps.