When was the last time you had a protractor, ruler, pencil and paper in hand with someone trying to explain the finer points of platting your ancestor’s land? Well, that was Mark Lowe’s job on March 28 and he made the task a lot of fun! About thirty Society members and visitors met at the […]
Welcome to Our Web Site
Our Mission is to promote genealogical research among members of our society and the Carroll County Georgia community.
The genealogy research room at Neva Lomason Library houses a collection of books, family histories, microfilm and microfilm readers, and an extensive collection of genealogy periodicals. Volunteers are available to assist you in Special Collection on Wednesdays.
The Genealogical Society meets January, April, July and October on the fourth Thursday. We offer programs and a discussion time following each program where genealogists can meet and talk with other researchers. We offer workshops on the 4th Saturdays in March and September. In addition to the serious work, we enjoy a family picnic in June and a Christmas party in December.
Our Library Committee maintains the wonderful Special Collections Room at the Neva Lomason Library in Carrollton. Society Volunteers are on hand there every Wednesday to assist patrons searching family records.
We are in the midst of a huge project downloading and digitizing obituaries from Carroll County paper from the late 1800’s to the present. An index of these will be stored on our wonderful website and available to the public. This project offers a great way for our members to be productive and a major part of the program of the Society.
We invite you to learn more about us by joining our society, or visit one of our meetings.
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Please Note: At present the forms found on this website (membership application, contact us, and research request) are not working. We apologize for this inconvenience and are working to correct the situation. For the present send all questions or items of business for the Carroll County Genealogical Society by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.