The Lucas County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society was founded July 1976. It is a nonprofit organization whose purposes are to foster interest in and the preservation of historical and genealogical materials of Lucas County, Ohio; and to encourage personal family research which adheres to a high standard. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in genealogy and family history, regardless of experience.
19 October 2019
Program: Useful Documents for Lineage Society Applications
Speaker: Thomas Stephen Neel Lifelong resident of Huron County, Ohio; BA Liberal Arts, majors history and botany-bacteriology, Ohio Wesleyan University; MA Library & Information Science, Kent State University; Library Director, Ohio Genealogical Society; President, New London Area Historical Society; Active in Ashland Co Chapter OGS and Huron Co Chapter OGS; Member FFO, SCWFO, SBO, CFO, Sons War of 1812; Author of several genealogical books and articles; Speaker at Ohio and national genealogical conferences.
Location: Main Branch Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, 325 Michigan, Toledo, Ohio 43604. Meeting will be in the new Community Board Room located on the Lover Level (parking lot level) in the space where the used book/gift shop use to be.
Fort Industry Reflections, the newsletter of the Lucas County Chapter, OGS is published quarterly in January, April, July, October. We welcome all contributions relating to genealogy and local history.
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c/o Toledo-Lucas Cty Library, Local History Dept., 325 North Michigan Street, Toledo, OH 43604