Western Wayne County Genealogical Society

WELCOME!

We love genealogy here at WWCGS - JOIN US on your family history journey! We explore various methods of tracing ancestry and promote education for both beginners and more experienced genealogists through monthly workshops + webinars addressing various topics of interest.

Any person who is interested in pursuing their family history is welcome to join WWCGS or may attend meetings as a visitor.

Members of WWCGS gain access to our members only area that includes our monthly newsletter, past + present meeting handouts on a variety of genealogy topics, access to previous monthly webinars, research assistance, networking with other genealogists as well as information on all events and field trips hosted by WWCGS.


 
          
 
 

UPCOMING EVENTS


 

 
 
 
WWCGS General Membership Meeting (Zoom Webinar)
Registration information COMING SOON  
 
TOPIC:  Requirements to Join Lineage Societies: "The Mayflower Heritage & History Society"; and the "Daughters of the American Revolution"
 

So you believe you have found an ancestor who fought in the American Revolutionary War. You have heard about the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and/or the Sons of the American Revolution and would like to join their societies. What steps do you need to take? 

 

You may also believe that you have located a direct line to a Mayflower passenger. How does one join the Mayflower Society? 

 

Char will give a little background about each of these organizations, offer research tips for how to locate and prove your own lineage, as well as outline the documentation needed to join each of these societies.

 
GUEST SPEAKER: Char Tavarozzi
 
Charlene Wolvin Tavarozzi is a volunteer genealogist who assists prospective members with the completion of their applications to become members of both the Mayflower Society and the Daughters of the American Revolution. She is the Historian for the Michigan Mayflower Society and has been Registrar for the Sarah Ann Cochrane Chapter of the DAR, in Plymouth, Michigan, for the last five years. In 2020 she was honored as the Michigan DAR State Genealogist of the Year.
 
 

2021 March 15th - 7:00pm
WWCGS General Membership Meeting (Zoom webinar) 
Registration information COMING SOON
 
 
TOPIC: Beginning Irish Genealogy
 
‚ÄčDescription coming soon.
 
GUEST SPEAKER:  Cathy Cottone
Presenter bio coming soon
 
 

 
 


 
 
 
 
 


 
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Your donations will help us continue to bring great guest speakers
that will help us all in our family history research. 
 
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