March 11, 2014

7:00 PM Melissa Johnson |View the Flyer for this event

Melissa Johnson will present: "Research Beyond the Death Certificate".

Melissa Johnson is a professional genealogist specializing in genealogical research, lecturing, writing, editing and publishing. Melissa has worked on several projects for television shows, including Genealogy Roadshow and Spoorloos, a popular Dutch television series focused on reuniting long-lost relatives. Melissa belongs to many genealogical societies; she is a trustee of the Genealogical Society of New Jersey and Vice President of the Monmouth County Genealogy Society.

April 8, 2014

7:00 PM Marguerite Bock Mogila | View the Flyer for this event

Marguerite Mogila will talk about Joining Your Favorite Lineage Society. Lineage societies are organizations that require members to be direct descendants of an ancestor fitting the qualifications of a particular society. The Daughters of the American Revolution and the Mayflower Society are among the more prominent lineage societies.

Marguerite Mogila is a member of the Lineage Research Committee of the Washington Crossing Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, having completed their three year Genealogy Education programs. Mrs. Mogila of Scotch, Irish and English heritage, has been researching her family history for thirty years.

May 13, 2014

7:00 PM Gary Saretzky View the Flyer for this event

Preserving Family Photographs

Gary Saretzky archivist and photographer, has worked as an archivist for more than 40 years at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Educational Testing Service, and the Monmouth County Archives. Mr. Saretzky has served as a consultant on archives and photographic conservation to more than 50 different repositories and has taught numerous workshops in the field of archives and records management and photographic conservation for many organizations.

June 10, 2014

7:00 PM Jolene Mullen View the Flyer for this event

New England Genealogy

Jolene Mullen has been researching for twenty-five years. She is a member of the Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council and the Association of Professional Genealogists and is active in several lineage organizations. Her book, Connecticut Town Meeting Records during the American Revolution, was published by Heritage Books in 2011.

July 8, 2014

7:00 PM Gail and Harry Benson View the Flyer for this event

Where Do I Look Now?

Gail and Harry Benson are retired educators who reside in Southern New Jersey. They both have been avid genealogists for almost 30 years, doing local history research and speaking to historical and genealogical societies as well as working on their own family histories.

August 12, 2014

7:00 PM Toni McKeen View the Flyer for this event

Tips and Tricks for using for Family Research

Toni McKeen will show how to research efficiently and successfully using this powerful site. Toni shares helpful tips in finding those elusive relatives, which parameters to use, and how to prevent looking at thousands of names in search of the one person you are trying to find. Also included are often overlooked options and the newest cool features. Toni McKeen has been doing genealogy research for the last 27 years. For the last 10 years, Toni has been teaching several levels of genealogy in her home town of Ridgefield, CT. Toni has been a popular lecturer at various genealogy societies in New York, Connecticut, Boston and Long Island.

September 9, 2014

7:00 PM Christopher Zarr View the Flyer for this event

New York State Archives

Christopher Zarr is the Education Specialist at the National Archives at New York City.

October 14, 2014

7:00 PM CJGC Members - Family History Month View the Flyer for this event

CJGC members will tell stories about their ancestors.

November 18, 2014

7:00 PM Jeffrey Macechak View the Flyer for this event

Sgt. Shadrack Hathaway: A recruiter for Washington?s Army

Jeffrey Macechak is the Education Director at the Burlington County Historic Society

December 9, 2014

7:00 PM CJGC Members
View the Flyer for this event

Family Round Tables - Sharing Tips, Experiences and Challenges & Annual Holiday Celebration

CJGC members will sit in circles in groups of 10 or so and share tips, experiences and challenges. Join us for our annual Holiday Celebration as our members bring in treats that remind them of their ancestors.

Home | Officers | Latest News | Our Location | Schedule | Join the CJGC | Local Query | Local Researchers | Contact Us