Submitted by Steve Stierwalt: Member since 2015
In 1946 after my Dad got out of the Army, he and his brother started their own wood shop making custom cabinets. Times were lean, so for my parents first Christmas he made my Mom a knick-knack shelf. Five children later, that corner shelf is seen way in the back of this photo. I now have the shelf as a beloved family heirloom.
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These evening meetings feature a guest presenter on a genealogy topic and are free to both members and the public. Until further notice, our meetings will be held via Zoom.
- Time and Date: 6:30 – 8 p.m. 2nd Thursday of January, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, November
- Address: LDS Building 1360 Alberta Way, Concord
These evening meetings provide opportunities to do research using databases at the Concord Family History Center and to get help from knowledgeable mentors. These meetings are free to both members and the public. Until further notice, these meetings are suspended.
- Time and Date: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. 2nd Thursday of February, October
- Address: Concord Family History Center, 3700 Concord Blvd, Concord
Monday Morning Roundtable
This is a group that meets weekly to share information on helpful genealogy research and to assist each other with their personal genealogy projects. The meetings take place via Zoom.
- Time and Date: Mondays at 10 a.m.
- Contact Lisa Gorrell at email@example.com for information on how to join
Annual Fall Seminar/Webinar
This popular event, usually held in October, features a professional from the genealogy field who conducts a deep-dive into a broad topic of interest. During the year 2021, the program will be presented online as a webinar.The webinar is open both to members and the public. It is fee-based with members charged a reduced rate.
Our monthly newsletter, Descendants, is published ten times per year (not in August and December) and is included with every membership. You must be a member to receive or have access to the newsletter located in the Members Only section of this site. Feedback, ideas and suggestions for the newsletter are welcomed at Newsletter@cccgs.net
"Researching Military Records From Three Major American Wars" With Craig Roberts Scott
Renowned author and historian, Craig Roberts Scott shares three lectures on military history and how to research your ancestors who served in the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and WWI. ...
"Photo Detecting 101" With Maureen Taylor
Maureen Taylor, internationally known expert on historic photo identification and preservation, shares two presentations to help you solve your photo mysteries. This is part two of our 2021 CCCGS Fall ...
"Making History Personal" With Judie and Joseph Palmer
What in the world was happening when your ancestors lived? Judie and Joseph Palmer, Cemeterians working within the Alhambra Cemetery (Martinez, CA), have researched and documented the lives of its Potter's ...
"Mayflower to Minuteman: Finding Colonial Records (1610-1790)" With James Baker
One of our favorite speakers, James Baker returns to share examples of the best types of records to find data about our colonial ancestors. Online records are emphasized. The types of available ...
Orphan Train Movement With Jeanne MacVicar
The Orphan Train Movement was the largest mass migration of children in American history, lasting from 1854 to 1929. Jeanne MacVicar shares her personal family story about the Orphan Train ...