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The mission of the Gogebic Range Genealogical Society is to promote and assist with the research and preservation of genealogy and family history of the Gogebic Range area. This area encompasses Gogebic County, Michigan, and Iron County, Wisconsin.  


Our genealogical society is dedicated to helping you find your roots on the Gogebic Range. Our obituary database contains the names of over 70,000 residents who lived on the Gogebic Range between 1890 and the present. Hundreds of records are being added every month.  


Our December 2014 newsletter is available...  just Click on 'Newsletters' above!  


Note:  We are letting you know that the Northern Waters Genealogical Society, in the county just south of us, has WONDERFUL monthly speakers about how to research different topics, and a support system to help you connect to genealogical resources in the area and on the internet.  Their meetings are only an hour drive southeast of us.  Please take a moment to see their highlighted speakers... you might want to attend!!  See their meeting schedules at their website at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~winwgs/meetings.htm  Their upcoming meetings:    

Tuesday Jan. 6, 2015 3:00-5:00 pm Boulder Junction Community Center “Up In Smoke! Ways to back up your Genealogical Data before it’s too late.” - Carol Williams and Gail Speer Tuesday
Tuesday Feb. 3, 3:00-5:00 pm Boulder Junction Community Center “Bundling, Banns, and Bonds - Romantic Records for Genealogy and the Celebration Thereof”…a look at Courtship, Marriage Records, and associated memorabilia of our ancestors
Tuesday Mar. 3, 3:00-5:00 pm Presque Isle Community Center “Reached a Genealogical Roadblock? Problem Solving, Helpful Hints, Suggestions, and Methods to Get around It” - Round table discussion and problem solving session
Tuesday Apr. 7, 3:00-5:00 pm Boulder Junction Community Center “Church Records: Types, Locations and their usefulness in Genealogy.”  Speaker Mary E.V. Hill - Former Reference Librarian and Genealogy Instructor at BYU - a prerecorded Webinar shown with the permission of Legacy Family Tree and the speaker
Saturday May 2, 8:30am-4:00pm Presque Isle Community Center “How to grow a Family Tree: Beginners Workshop"



A note from the President.. Until we are able to offer more extensive on-site cemetery listings, we ask that you contact the Gogebic Range Genealogical Society (e-mail or postal mail) for assistance with cemetery look-ups. We will be glad to help in any way possible. Gary Harrington - President, GRGS: email me at twolees1@chartermi.net NEW Monthly GRGS board meeting minutes can be found at the 'meetings' button above! Gogebic Roots cannot continue to exist without your monetary help and involvement. Please consider becoming a paid member. The cost is $12.00 annually for an individual membership. Family and Life memberships are also available.

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