Genealogy is a complex and time-consuming endeavor that requires dedication and patience. It involves searching for and extracting paper sources from repositories across the world. To make this process easier, the Austin Genealogy Society was founded in 1960 by passionate genealogists who wanted to share their knowledge and resources with each other. This article will provide an overview of all the known genealogical societies in Texas, with a focus on those located in Austin.
Austin Genealogy SocietyThe Austin Genealogy Society is a non-profit organization that is devoted to helping genealogists learn how and where to explore family history records.
They meet virtually and in person at the Tyler Public Library — Taylor Auditorium, unless a visit is scheduled elsewhere. The society also provides resources and research opportunities to its members.
Genealogy FriendsGenealogy Friends is a non-profit organization based in Plano, Texas. It was formed to benefit local family history researchers and act as a liaison between the library and genealogy users in the area.
Czech Genealogical Society of TexasThe Czech Genealogical Society of Texas is an active society that supports Czech families, language and culture in Texas. They are committed to collecting, preserving and disseminating genealogical information, techniques, and research tools among people interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.
Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater HoustonThe Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Houston is a non-profit organization that provides resources for those interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.
They are committed to collecting, preserving and disseminating genealogical information, techniques, and research tools among people interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.