Welcome to the Douglas County Genealogical Society Web site. We are a Federally chartered 501-C3 non-profit organization, and registered as such with the State of Georgia.
Our goal, here on our web site, is to provide you with information about our society and its activities. We hope to encourage you to get involved with your genealogy. We also would like to encourage you to join our society, and especially so, if your family tree has connections to Douglas County or its predecessor, Campbell County.
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Thursday - April 24, 2014 - 6:00 p.m.
Heritage Baptist Church - 8800 Rose Avenue.
The last program, "Campbellton as it Might Have Been," was presented by Mr. Sidney A. Brown, a local writer and historian. The program was very interesting and enjoyed by all. We had a number of visitors, due to the nature of the presentation.
The program for April will be given by our own Sandy Whittington. Her program title is "First, Do No Harm: Avoiding Damage To Gravestones".
It will be about the work of the Douglas County Cemetery Commission; how they repair, clean and preserve gravestones in cemeteries. Also she will talk about the proper way to make an unreadable gravestone into something readable.
The Douglas County Genealogical Society meets on the 4th Thursday of each month, except for the November and December meetings, which are held on the 3rd Thursday of the the month, to avoid interfering with holidays and family get-togethers.
Additionally, the December meeting is our annual Christmas Dinner, and may be held just about anywhere in Douglas County. Usually we meet at a local restaurant, but sometimes a potluck dinner at either a members home, a local businesses conference room or a local churches fellowship hall. The location will be announced by at least the November meeting (usually before), and the pertinent information, complete with directions and maps, will also be posted here on the web-site, under the Breaking News banner..
The regular meetings begin at 6:00 pm and are held in the Fellowship Hall (downstairs) of the Heritage Baptist Church, located at 8800 Rose Avenue, Douglasville, Georgia. The parking lot entrance is on Selman drive, just a few yards down from the traffic light at Rose Avenue and Selman Drive.
At the request of our host, we must tidy up and clear the room by 7:45 pm.