Welcome to the Colorado Genealogical Society, the largest genealogical society in Colorado. We invite members and visitors who want to share our interest in family history and genealogical research to our meetings, classes, and special events. Most of our members are researching family lines outside the state of Colorado, but we share a common interest in family history and research skills. We treasure those wonderful discoveries about elusive ancestors and cheer each other in the search for more information. Visitors are always welcome at meetings, classes, and activities of the Colorado Genealogical Society. We hope you will join us.

Megan Koepsell
CGS President

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Our 100th Anniversary Year!

Colorado Genealogical Society 100th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon

Saturday, May 18, 2024 at 11:30 am

Mile Hi Church Community Center
9077 W. Alameda Ave., Lakewood, Colo.

Ticket sales are closed for the 100th Anniversary, and thank you to all those that purchased tickets and came to our Luncheon!
Keynote Speaker: James Kroll

A video of the event will be shown as part of our June Program meeting. See the Events page to register.

Meeting locally, researching globally

Be part of a community of others who share enthusiasm and passion for family history and genealogy. Membership benefits include:

  • Subscription to The Colorado Genealogist, published quarterly (both digital and print)
  • Newsletters issued in digital format
  • Access to all past issues of the quarterly
  • Access to Colorado indexes
  • Access to handouts and videos from the last month’s programs and classes

Our Objectives

  • Promote an interest in genealogy by encouraging, educating and instructing members and the public in the art and practice of genealogical research;
  • Maintain and evaluate genealogical standards by stressing the knowledgeable use of sources and the importance of complete and accurately recorded research;
  • Locate, preserve and index public and private genealogical records and to make such records or the information in them available to members and the general public;
  • Assist and support the genealogical community in Colorado, including researchers, fellow societies, libraries and archives;
  • Publish genealogical and historical information in a quarterly journal known as The Colorado Genealogist, in the CGS Newsletter and in other appropriate publications;
  • Create, when deemed appropriate and necessary by the membership, Special Interest Groups to further these objectives.

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