WEATHER can impact our January - April meetings and may result in ZOOM ONLY!
An email will be sent to members the day of the meeting with the ZOOM link if that happens.
2022 Meeting Location
2nd floor Community Room at:
400 W. 104th Ave.
Northglenn, CO 80234
The Adams County Genealogical Society began in January 2013 to promote and meet the needs of genealogy research in the Thornton, Adams County, Colorado area - and beyond!
We are open to anyone interested in Genealogy.
We have found that all of our members - beginners to experts - share ideas and often try each others methods of research.
Meetings are warm and friendly.
We feature a monthly educational (speaker) program.
A society newsletter is published quarterly to keep members up-to-date.
Bring together persons who are conducting genealogical research and promote fellowship and cooperation among them.
Promote and encourage an interest in genealogy as an aid to discover a person's origins.
Educate members and the interested public in methods of genealogical research.
Maintain and elevate genealogical standards of research, preservation and dissemination.
Stress the importance of accuracy in research through careful documentation of researched materials.
Locate, preserve, publish and index public and private genealogical and historical records.
Assist and support any genealogical institutions or repositories in Colorado which are open to the public.
Accepting NEW Members!
January 1 - December 31
$15 - Youth (up to 18)
$15 - Senior (60+)
$20 - Individual
$25 - Family (more than 1)
Genealogy is KEY!
Checks made out to:
Adams County Genealogical Society
& Mailed via USPS to:
Adams County Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 1254
Eastlake, CO 80614
Or try our new
CONTACTLESS & SECURE
Online Payments through PayPal
You do not need a PayPal account to utilize this function!
Need Assistance from a Genealogist?
We have a Genealogist position on our Board. Email your request and contact information to ACGSGenealogy@gmail.com.
They will work with you to determine your best course of action.
Please see our request policies. ------------------------->
Research Request Policy:
ACGS Members are entitled to one free research request per year.
Non-Members - A donation of $10.00 for the first hour of research, plus postage and copy fees per research request is required and should be included with your research request.
A legal sized Stamped and Self-Addressed Envelope (SASE) must be included with the request.
Since research is done by unpaid volunteers, research requests should be limited to that which can be done using Adams County, Colorado sources. At the discretion of the current genealogist, research can be performed outside of Adams County, Colorado, but within the Denver Metro Area.
Photo copies made by the ACGS Genealogist will be reimbursed from the funds paid by the client.
ACGS Genealogist will be reimbursed from the funds paid by the client for mileage based on the IRS Standard Mileage Rate.
G - is for the gaps in generations
E - for the endless entries stands
N - names families from all nations
E - omits enchanted epochs from the clans
A - is for accurate age of all relatives
L - means lineage linking at its best
O - opposes apathy and all procrastinations
G - give Galahad gems we search with zest
Y - yields yester-years we view with admiration
Put them all together, they spell Genealogy,
A word that means enchantment plus to me!
WARNING: Genealogy Pox (Very contagious to adults)
SYMPTOMS: Continual complaint as to need for names, dates and places. Patient has a blank expression, sometimes deaf to spouse and children. Has no taste for work of any kind, except feverishly looking through records at libraries and courthouses. Has compulsion to write letters. Swears at mailman when he doesn't leave mail. Frequents strange places such as cemeteries, ruins, and remote, desolate country areas. Makes secret night calls, hides phone bills from spouse and mumbles to self. Has strange, faraway look in eyes.
NO KNOWN CURE
TREATMENT: Medication is useless. Disease is not fatal, but gets progressively worse. Patient should attend genealogy workshops, subscribe to genealogical magazines and be given a quiet corner in the house where he or she can be alone.
REMARKS: The unusual nature of this disease is - the sicker the patient gets, the more he or she enjoys it!
Humorously Taken from: Ancestors Unlimited Quarterly of Southwest Nebraska Genealogical Society
You Know You're An Addicted Genealogist
...when you brake for libraries
...if you get locked in a library overnight and you never even notice
...when you hyperventilate at the sight of an old cemetery
...if you'd rather browse in a cemetery than a shopping mall
...when you think every home should have a microfilm reader
...if you'd rather read census schedules than a good book
...when you know every town clerk in your state by name
...if town clerks lock the doors when they see you coming
...when you're more interested in what happened in 1697 than 1997
...if you store your clothes under the bed and your closet is carefully stacked with notebooks and journals
...if you can pinpoint Harrietsham, Hawkhurst, and Kent on a map of England - but can't locate Topeka, KS
...when all your correspondence begins, "Dear Cousin,"
...if you've traced every one of your ancestral lines back to Adam and Eve, have it all fully documented, and still don't want to quit