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
September 18th
The Basics of DNA Testing for Ancestry by Robert Sliwinski
This presentation covers the basic information in an easy to understand format that helps empower the public to make informed decisions about DNA Testing for ancestry. Covered are the different types of DNA used and their origins, the tests ...
October 16th
An Introduction to WikiTree, the Free Global Family Tree by Marty Acks
WikiTree is a free community of genealogists dedicated to growing an accurate single family tree using DNA and traditional genealogical sources. In this program, you will learn the key features of WikiTree, be shown how you can easily get started ...
November 20th
Mining for Memories by Laura Kovarik
Interviewing relatives is one of the first steps in most research plans. Learn how to move beyond just asking questions to gain insight into your relatives' lives.