The Seattle Genealogical Society, founded in 1923, is an educational organization devoted exclusively to furthering genealogical research, promoting interest in family history, and preserving records. The Seattle Genealogical Society's mission is to serve as a community resource for quality genealogical research and education.
We conduct meetings, offer classes and seminars, compile and publish research materials, and maintain a computer-equipped, 13,000-item library open to the public for researching family history. Wherever your ancestors lived, please consider joining us. Please come visit our library and check out our resources covering every U.S. state and many countries. Check out our Calendar
to see the range of programs and classes we offer.
Come to the SGS Spring Seminar!
The SGS 2015 Spring Seminar, "Who's Your Daddy? Researching Your Family History in the Mid-South States," with C. Lynn Andersen will be held on May 9, 2015. Registration will be open soon! Visit the Seminars page for more information about the seminar topics and speaker.
Support SGS While You Shop!
Did you know that SGS can receive a small percentage of income for every item you buy from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or other retailers? Even some subscriptions to genealogy sites are included! Check out the Affiliates page and make sure to click the links there before shopping and support SGS with no cost to you!