Our Address
Detroit Society for Genealogical Research
c/o Burton Historical Collection
Detroit Public Library
5201 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202-4007

Operating Year: August 2014 - July 2015


Executive Board (Officers)

President: Richard M. Doherty
Vice President: Thomas Koselka
Treasurer: Lisa Brzys
Recording Secretary: Debra Piper
Corresponding Secretary: Dorothea Martin
 

Committee Chairs / Delegates

Imm.Past President: Mark Bowden
Archivist / Historian: Ann Faulkner
BHC Representative: Mark Bowden
DSGR Magazine Editor: William Ruddock
Finance: Thomas Koselka
FGS Delegate: Richard M. Doherty
Social: Debi Hoos-Lemke
MGC Delegate: Richard M. Doherty
Membership: Carol Theisen
Member at Large 1: Derek Blount
Distance Member Advocate: Karen Grizzard
Parliamentarian: Dorothea Martin
Programs: Bernard Smith
Publication Development: Vacant
Publication Distribution: Ann Faulkner
Publicity: Bernard Smith
Social Media: Deidre Denton
Query Researcher: Dorothea Martin
Web Master: Karen Grizzard
 
When, Where, Who
Meetings are scheduled to be held the second Saturday of each month from September to June inclusive in the Explorer's Room of the Detroit Public Library at the above address (alternate sites will be announced for special events which  include field trips, cemetery tours, and joint programs with other societies.)  Meetings begin at 10:30 AM and are scheduled to be completed by 12:30 PM.   We may run over depending on the interest of the audience and questions raised on the program topic.  Go to Program Brochures in the Public Download area for the latest Program Schedule and locations for current program year.  The Program Schedule area of our site will have up to date additions and changes as they occur.  Our meetings are open to all interested parties.   You need not be a member to attend.
 
All persons interested in genealogy, history, or biography, either amateur or professional or any organization or corporate body are eligible for membership.  With membership you will receive the quarterly Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine, 20% discount on Society publications, unlimited entries in our Surname Registry, access to burial entries in our Cemetery Records and reminders of meetings and program agendas.
 
Go to the Membership Information sub-heading under our HOME page to print out a membership application to mail in or to submit both your application and membership dues online using PayPal.
 
 
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