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Pikes Peak Genealogical Society
Welcome to the Pikes Peak Genealogical Society in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. Our mission is to preserve family history by indexing records; support research with free classes, lectures, and one-on-one help; and contribute to public genealogy causes. While we support genealogical research throughout Colorado, we focus on El Paso and Teller Counties.
Key local resources:
Pikes Peak NewsFinder (index to newspapers and other local records)


 December 12, 2018 PPGS Meeting



PPGS Holiday Party

Please bring a dish to share, with serving utensils. Paper, plasticware, and beverages will be provided. Lots of great door prizes have been provided by genealogy companies. Every current member will receive one ticket for the drawing and those who have renewed for 2019 or are life members will receive five tickets per membership. Must be present to win. Don't miss it!



Wednesday, December 12, 2018

6 p.m., GenMixer social hour

7 p.m., Holiday Party

The Venue, Library 21c
1175 Chapel Hills Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO
The Pikes Peak Genealogical Society meets on the second Wednesday of each month in The Venue, Library 21c. Guests are welcome. For more information, call PPLD, 531-6333 ext. 2252.

Upcoming Free Workshops

Reservations required for all workshops--please call (719) 531-6333, ext. 2253

Genealogy Level I
Genealogy Level II
Genealogy Level III
Saturday, November 17, 2018, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., East Library Community Meeting Room
Military, Land and Court Records
Prerequisite: Genealogy Level I or permission of instructor
Classes are taught by J Richards

Sample PPGS Newsletter (PPGS members can see all newsletters in the Members Only section)

Facts and Tips
Vital Records include birth, marriage, divorce and death records.
[Vital Records]

Wars influenced migration patterns. Check military, pension and land-bounty grant records to see where a soldier was llving when the record was recorded.

An ancestor is a person from whom you are descended. A descendant is a person who is descended from an ancestor. A relative is someone with whom you share a common ancestor but who is not in your direct line.
[Basic Information]

November 17
Genealogy Level III
Instructor: J Richards Recommended Minimum Experience Level: Beginner Class Size: Unlimited Restrictions: None. Open to the public. Free. Reservations: Required; call 719-531-6333 ext. 2253.   Area of focus: Military records, Land records, and Court records.
December 7
i4GG DNA 2018
For info:   Registration is now open. Early bird registration closes 9 Nov 2018.
January 8
Premiere, Finding Your Roots, Season 5, PBS
January 13
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy 2019
For Info: Hotel and course registration is now open. Some courses are already full.