GGG - German Genealogy Group

All-Day German Genealogy Seminar

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Featuring Katherine Schober, MA German - English Genealogy Translator and Member of the Genealogy Speakers Guild

An awesome speaker with a wealth of information 

Breaks down difficult topics to concepts you can understand 

Engages her audiences with humor, passion, and energy

Topics include her most popular presentations and more

  The Magic of German Church Records
  From the Cradle to the Grave: Extracting Information from German Vital Records
  Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting

Sponsored by the German Genealogy Group (GGG)
Location: VFW Post - 320 South Broadway. Hicksville, New York

Members $20
Non-members $35 (includes one-year GGG membership)

You can mail checks to: GGG Seminar
P.O. Box 1004
Kings Park, NY 11754   
Checks will also be accepted at meetings


Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 10:30 am   
Rain Date: June 14, 2020)
10th Annual GGG Cemetery Crawl

It is hard to believe that the German Genealogy 10th Annual Cemetery Crawl is approaching! We will be visiting the Long Island National Cemetery at 2040 Wellwood Avenue in Farmingdale on June 7, 2020 at 10:30 in the morning by the main entrance. There are so many interesting stories and even symbolism to be found in this National Cemetery which was established in 1936.

To celebrate the 10th Crawl, those who are interested may want to join together at the Black Forest Brew House which is nearby the cemetery. Lunch, snacks, or a celebratory drink would be on your own.

As usual, JoAnn Schmidt will be taking “Cemetery Reservations” at her email Please sign up so that any updates can be passed directly to you.

Rain date for this event is the next Sunday, June 14th.  Hope you join us, since we all enjoy the “crawl,” sharing each other’s stories, and learning about the residents of the cemetery.

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