Welcome to the new Bucks County Genealogical Society!
The BCGS is a newly formed group of genealogists interested in sharing our passion for researching family history and making a difference in the genealogical community. If you are a genealogist living in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, or researching your ancestry in Bucks County, or would like to learn how to start creating your family tree, please join us!
Our next meeting will be on August 3, 2013, at 10 am at the David Library of the American Revolution. The speaker will be our own Marguerite Ann Bock Moglia, presenting a "Lineage Society Workshop." See our Calendar of Events for more details.
We are still seeking volunteers to gather information about the Bucks County cemeteries that are still unclaimed. See our Cemetery Project page and find a cemetery (or two) that you would like to research.
BCGS members enjoy discounts on subscriptions to genealogybank.com and fold3.com. Join us to take advantage of these and other benefits of membership.
BCGS now has its own Yahoo Group, where members may share ideas, resources, files, photos, and get to know each other. If you are a member, click here to join the group.
Stay in touch
Add your name to our email list by completing our contact form here.
The mission of the Bucks County Genealogical Society is to promote genealogy through education of its members and the general public, to improve access to genealogical information in Bucks County, to foster collaboration among members, and to assist those researching their Bucks County Ancestors.
|PLEASE NOTE: The original Bucks County Genealogical Society was formed in 1981, and at its peak had 850 members. In recent years, the original society became inactive. The newly formed Society is a new Non-Profit Pennsylvania Corporation and is not affiliated in any way with the former organization. We'd like to acknowledge the members of the former Society and thank them with deep respect and appreciation for all their hard work spanning decades. They were prolific in their production of books and other tools which Bucks County genealogists will use for years to come, and they are role models for those of us now ready to continue this important work. We salute you!!|