South Shore Genealogical Society is an organization in Hanover, Massachusetts that encourages genealogy and family history research.

 

We meet at the John Curtis Free Library, on Rt 139 Hanover, MA at one-thirty on the second Saturday of the month from September through June.

When our Charter was drawn up in 1983, a group of interested people met at the historic James Library in Norwell, MA. Their purpose was to bring together those who shared a common interest in searching for and learning their family history.

Today our society is made up of beginners, amateurs and professionals who work within the highest ethical standards to learn, educate, assist and disseminate to our members sources, techniques, and methods required to learn the history of their family.

Our members come from many parts of the world. Consequently they search early ancestry throughout the United States and many foreign countries.

The ethnicity of our members is diverse each with specific need which our Society tries to fill.

We welcome new members, who will further enrich our society with new experiences, challenges and opportunities to learn.

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2 responses to “South Shore Genealogical Society”

  1. Hi Alden Shores here-am or was a member.
    I am retiring from my genealogy history which has been over 50 years.
    I have many genealogy books that I would like to donate to either
    the society or any genealogist for a library etc.
    I have:
    15 hard covered Silver books
    8 hard copy The Great migration
    many other hard coved books on towns vital records
    other hard coved books of families
    Alden Shores 617-645-4000 alden,shores@verizon.net

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    1. Alden,

      Thanks for visiting the OnGenealogy directory. You can contact the South Shore Genealogy Society through their contact form on their website or try this email address: uechika@msn.com.

      Best with your family history,

      Alyson

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