From the President's Desk

  • Navigating Ancestry.com     While genealogists still need fundamental research techniques to find records, more and more of the information we seek can be found on the Internet.  The Mobile Genealogical Society’s own ...
    Posted May 12, 2015, 8:07 AM by Gene Alogy
  • Genealogy Brick Walls - A Webinar by Michael John Neill • Presented by Jeff Krause. On Saturday, April 18th at 10:30 we will present: Genealogy Brick Walls - A Webinar by Michael John Neil. Presented by Jeff Krause.As genealogists, we commonly run against ...
    Posted Apr 13, 2015, 12:04 PM by Gene Alogy
  • Outreach Workshop On Saturday, February 21, the Mobile Genealogical Society will celebrate its 53rd Anniversary with an Outreach Workshop. MGS members will assist novices who may be just getting started in genealogy ...
    Posted Jan 21, 2015, 6:57 AM by Gene Alogy
  • A Rare Titanic Family: The Caldwell’s Story of Survival A Rare Titanic Family: Sylvia Caldwell tells her firsthand Titanic story. (Julie Hedgepeth Williams in character as Sylvia Caldwell, Titanic Survivor)Julie Hedgepeth Williams, PhD., grew up hearing the story ...
    Posted Oct 24, 2014, 1:18 PM by Gene Alogy
  • Alabama Mosaic October 11th, MGS is excited to host Dr. Midge Coates, from Auburn University Libraries, and learn more about her presentation “AlabamaMosaic.” AlabamaMosaic is an online collection of digitized materials sponsored ...
    Posted Oct 7, 2014, 8:07 AM by Gene Alogy
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The Society collects and disseminates genealogical, historical, biographical and heraldic information. We are a non-profit, educational and research organization.

DID YOU KNOW? Help is available for our members in completing applications to lineage societies! CONTACT US and we'll put you in touch with our lineage consultant, Faye Cook. She's willing to work with you on-on-one.

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NEED HELP WITH YOUR RESEARCH? For a small fee, we'll be glad to help you dig up your Mobile roots. A detailed list of our RESEARCH GUIDELINES is HERE (you'll want to read this). Our in-depth research fee is $25.00 per hour (we are charged, and will charge you $0.20 for pages copied). Your request must be as specific as possible and provide as much information as possible. Mail us your request, your contact info and a check for the first hour. If we can't complete your research in the allotted time, we'll contact you for instructions before proceeding further.

 

 


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