Special Interest Groups

NHG has organized three Special Interest Groups for: Germany, British Isles, and Pennsylvania. These groups meet outside of the regular North Hills Genealogists meetings, and focus on their specific areas of interest.  Please click on Special Interest Groups along the left of this page for full details about the groups and their meeting times and locations.

Fall Genealogy Conference

The North Hills Genealogists' Fall 2015 Genealogy Conference will be held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on October 31st.  We are excited to have Judy Russell, JD, CG, CGL, as our speaker for four exciting lectures, as well as daytime and an evening workshops on Friday October 30th. Saturday's Lecture topics are:
  • Polls, Personality and Property:  Making Sense of Tax Lists
  • Don't Forget the Ladies:  A Genealogist's Guide to Women and the Law
  • Where There Is - or Isn't - a Will
  • No Vitals?  No problem! Building a Family through Circumstantial Evidence
Additional lecture details and registration information will be posted soon.  The conference will run all day Saturday, includes lunch, and will also feature a celebration of North Hills Genealogists' 25th anniversary.
To receive a email when registration opens for the conference and workshops, please click HERE.
 
For automatic notices about NHG events like this, please click on the MEETUP link above, and then close the "Join Us!" option on the MeetUp screen.

1790 Project

The "1790 Project" is an exciting study of the lives and descendents of the original 37 heads of houshold in what is now the North Hills.  Rich Hayden is organizing this work.  More details are at 1790 project.

Membership Info

Your annual (August-July) membership includes our monthly newsletter. 
 
 
 

Northland Public Library Genealogy Books

Click HERE to view information on Northland's genealogy collection.

Writing and Presenting Your Family History
Tuesday - 04/21/2015
NHG President Dave Egelston will discuss various formats for creating a family history, including formal multi-generational histories but also more informal treatements of a few generations in booklet, picture book, video, or slide formats.  The most important thing...
Pennsylvania Research
Wednesday - 04/29/2015
Special Interest Group meeting @ Shaler Library (6:00 PM)
British Isles Research
Wednesday - 05/06/2015
Special Interest Group meeting @ St. Catherine of Sweden Church (11:00 AM)