Upcoming Events




Program for Wednesday,  July 09, 2014 (10:30 A.M. to Noon)  at the

Main Library Auditorium, Lower Level, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102   505-768-5141

Title: Armchair Genealogy

Speakers:  Victoria Sullivan, Genealogist and AGS Member

Description of Program:

Each year brings more and more genealogical records into the reach of family history researchers.  All that is needed is a computer with Internet access, a comfy chair, and lots of time.  Keeping up with the new websites is a demanding job.  Victoria Sullivan will lead us in looking at some of the most useful new and old sites.

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Program for Wednesday,  August 13, 2014 (10:30 A.M. to Noon)  at the

Main Library Community Room, Lower Level, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102   505-768-5141

Title: Summer Stories

Speakers:  Everyone!

Description of Program:

This month we have our annual storytelling meeting.  We genealogists often find ourselves surrounded by people who don't share our interest in family history.  So we need to take time to listen, support, encourage, help, rejoice, or sympathize with each other.  It's so much fun to hear delightful tales of the experiences of AGS members. Also bring your ideas for next year's programs.  For this meeting, we will circle up in groups small enough that everyone will have a chance to tell about their recent genealogical adventures.

"A SPECIAL reminder!"   This month AGS is holding it's annual "BOOK SALE" at the Main Library in the community room before and after the "Summer Stories" program.

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Program for Wednesday,  September 10, 2014 (10:30 A.M. to Noon)  at the

Main Library Auditorium, Lower Level, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102   505-768-5141

Title:  Creating a Legacy:   Writing and Publishing Family History

Panel:  Organizer, Mike Blackledge, Genealogist and AGS member

Description of Program:

Humans are the only creatures who can consciously create a legacy.  “Legacy” is defined as either 1) something tangible that is received from someone who has died, or 2) something that happened in the past or that comes from someone in the past.  As practicing genealogists, we are uniquely situated to merge these concepts:  to leave behind written records of those who have gone before us.  We know how to do the research; we have the notes and records – now how to create the legacy?  Today’s speakers will share their diverse techniques and experience on creating legacy.

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Program for Wednesday,  October 8, 2014 (10:30 A.M. to Noon)  at the

Main Library Auditorium, Lower Level, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102   505-768-5141

Title:  Carry Me Back to Old Virginia

Speaker:  Nancy Greenberg, Genealogist and AGS member

Description of Program: 

Have you traced your ancestry back to early colonial times?  If so, you probably have ancestors from the Old Dominion.  What are the best sources for locating ancestors from Virginia?  Where are they found?  Nancy Greenberg will share her experiences and give us some answers.

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Program for Wednesday,  November 12, 2014 (10:30 A.M. to Noon)  at the

Main Library Auditorium, Lower Level, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102   505-768-5141

Title: Using Records from Lineage Societies

Panel:  Moderator, John Farris, Genealogist and AGS member

Description of Program:

A number of lineage societies have ancestral records compiled over the years by their members.  Today members of several lineage societies will tell of the historical records held by their societies.  They will explain how the information was collected and how to access this information.

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Program for Wednesday,  December 10, 2014 (10:30 A.M. to Noon)  at the

Main Library Community Room, Lower Level, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102   505-768-5141

Title: "Show and Tell" at the Holiday Party

Description of Program:

Our annual holiday party is a great time of fellowship as members bring heirlooms or items of genealogical interest and tell of their history or special meaning.  We encourage attendees to come in costumes of their native lands or in the clothing of an ancestor.  Members are also invited to bring a holiday dish to share with the group during the party time.  This is a great way to end the year.

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AGS Research Days

The Last Tuesdays of the Month Starting in . . .

July 29, 2014

August 26, 2014

September 30, 2014

October 28, 2014

November 25, 2014

(no Research Day in December 2014)
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Special Collections Genealogy Center

2nd Floor Genealogy Center, Main Library 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM

(Corner of 5th & Copper; Library Phone: 768-5131, Genealogy Desk)


10:30 AM - 3:30 PM  (You are invited to come-and-go or come-and-stay)




Research/Interest Groups Represented:

Daughters of the American Revolution(DAR) Help Table

Huguenot Interest Group

Irish Research Group, 2:30pm - 3:30pm

New Netherland/New Sweden Interest Group

Scandinavian Research Group



Come and Go . . .          No set schedule . . .

Come early for coffee . . .         Stay late . . .

It's Your Research Day!          Do it your way!

We hope you can make it . . .         Meet us at the Library . . .


AGS Genealogy Research Days Coordinators:
Pat Eker,  345-9161,  d-eker@swcp.com
Lynda Katonak,  898-5592,  LLKatonak@comcast.net
Ellabell Eker,  899-8404,  ellabell01@yahoo.com

Library Phone:  768-5131 (Genealogy Desk)

A Special Thanks to All of Our "Occasional Volunteers" helping patrons.

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Annual Research Trips

October 19, 2014 to October 26, 2014     AGS Research Trip to Salt Lake City, Utah
Family History Library of the LDS Church     

This library is considered to be the best genealogical library in the world.  There one has free access to the microfilm library, as well as Internet databases, books, maps and family history documents that have been collected from all over the world.  There are experienced staff members available to assist researchers, as well as many classes that are open to everyone.

Here are the latest details about this research trip:

Rooms are available at the

Salt Lake Plaza Hotel
122 West South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
800-366-3684 or 801-521-0130

The price of the rooms:   Single/Double rate is $85 + 12.6% tax per night; Triple or Quad is $92 + 12.6% tax per night.  $10 per day rollaway fee.  Hotel parking is available at $5 per day.

Reservations:   Each person is responsible for making their own reservation.  You should identify yourself as being with "The Albuquerque Genealogical Society".

Group Code:  ALBU04.

Reservation Deadline:   September 1, 2014.

The hotel shuttle is free between the hotel and airport during the hours of 6:30 AM and 10:15 PM.


Additional detail for this research trip are contained in this
"Salt Lake Research Flyer"

(If you plan to attend, you may want to print this file)


There will be a class "Orientation to Salt Lake City Research" with Nancy Greenberg. Detail will be provided when available.
Advance registration is not necessary.

Contact person for trip:  Nancy Henry . Please contact her and let her know that you plan to attend and for any other information/questions.


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AGS Board Meetings

The AGS Board will meet in the First Floor Conference Room #2 on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1:15 P.M. following the General Meeting.

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