GFHG Meetings - Belmont Library
- GFHG Meeting Jan 26, 2022 at 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm VIRTUAL Meeting until further notice Presenter: TBA. Topic: TBA
Category Archives: Local History
Have you struggled to find your ancestors around Geelong or in the Western Districts? What if you could track them year by year like this? Follow the steps I used for Grant DENYER’s ROSS family for Who Do You Think … Continue reading
The Geelong Family History Group now offers TWO options for paid Research. Both options cost $20 ($10 for Members). You can request either Research option or both. Today we’re announcing the second and most exciting addition for people researching in the … Continue reading
2019 is shaping up to be a great year for family history researchers – both in Geelong and further afield. Pull out your diaries (and for those relying on their phone or computer diary, open up your diaries) and make … Continue reading
Join us in congratulating our local Geelong and District winners! Don’t know who they are? Read this!
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The closing ceremony for National Family History Month August 2018 is being sponsored by the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre and co-hosted by the Geelong Heritage Centre and the Geelong Family History Group. See all details in the NFHM Closing … Continue reading
Start your family history journey at the Dome. New to family history? Need some help getting started? During National Family History Month, August, members of the Geelong Family History Group will be available in the Heritage Centre to assist visitors with family … Continue reading
Here’s your chance to join us at the Geelong Family History Group meeting on Wednesday 27th June 2018 at 7.30 pm – Belmont Library meeting room, High Street, Belmont. Visitors are always welcome. This Wednesday Max Beck will be talking … Continue reading
Here’s your chance to join us at the Geelong Family History Group meeting on Wednesday 23rd May 2018 at 7.30 pm – Belmont Library meeting room, High Street, Belmont. Visitors are always welcome. This Wednesday our Research Officer, John Stewart, … Continue reading
It is more than ten years since the Geelong Family History Group vacated its library and research centre however in that time access to Research resources has escalated. For our meetings we have access to state of the art facilities … Continue reading