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Connecticut Society of Genealogists Library Has Reopened

The Connecticut Society of Genealogists Library is now open to the public Tuesdays thru Thursdays from 11am to 3pm by appointment only.

Visitors must call ahead before coming (860) 569-0002. Masks must be worn. .

The library has received the State of Connecticut COVID self-certification safety seal which means we are compliant with all safety requirements put in place to re-open safely to the public. Our library has been professionally cleaned and sanitized. Additional safety signs and floor markings to ensure proper distancing have been added as well as research area spaced out appropriately. Hand sanitizer is available and required to use.

We look forward to having our researchers back with us again and please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions as we ease back into this re-opening.

The CSG Board of Governors



The Norwalk Senior Center Genealogy Club continues to communicate with its members via email.

Please email your interest or your questions to moc.loa|02nworbnahtanoj#moc.loa|02nworbnahtanoj.

Zoom Genealogy Club - Godfrey Memorial Library - Saturday, July 16, 2022, 1:30 - 2:30 PM

Topic: Probate Records

Al Fiacre, Godfrey Memorial Library Board Chair and researcher will give a presentation on probate records — where to find them and how they can aid you in your research. He will be looking at examples from Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

The Zoom presentation will take place at 1:30 pm (EST).

Godfrey Premium members can register for free at the following email: gro.yerfdog|noitartsigermooz#gro.yerfdog|noitartsigermooz

If you are not a Godfrey Premium member and want to attend the presentation, you can pay $10 via PayPal ( and send to Godfrey Memorial Library. Then register using the above email.

Please register by 4:00 pm Friday, July 15.

Who Lived in Your House?

August 22, 2022, 6:30 p.m.

Virtual Program, hosted by Russell Library, Middletown

Join us to discover the history of your home. Whether you want to learn how to document a historic property for preservation, to learn a bit more about your home’s prior residents, or to get a glimpse of an ancestor’s home, there are resources available to help. This program will teach you how to navigate land records to build a timeline of the home's ownership and how to use maps, photos, local histories, and more to help tell your home’s story. While this program will focus on resources to document Middletown area homes, many of the featured collections can be used to document homes elsewhere in the state.

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