We meet on the First Thursday in each month (except in July)

Upcoming Programs in 2014 (subject to change)

Programs for 2014:

 

January - Heirloom Show and Tell, bring your treasured family heirloom and share it's story with us.  Such a favorite in the past, this program is now an annual event. 

February - Old Photographs & the Art of Photography.  Learn their history and explore identification tips for those genealogy photo mysteries.
March - Digging Up Bones - Working on Your Book

April - Panel Discussion on Brick Walls

May - Customs & Entertainment in the 18th & 19th Centuries

June -  A Little on Start Up Genealogy & Organization

July - no meeting

August - Using Find A Grave in Your Research

September - Seminar Wind Up for September's Workshop/Seminar

October -  "Lost Items and Found" (stories from people around the world to include family history and the Monument Men and Women from WW II) 

November - Panel Discussion:  Who was your favorite ancestor & where did they come from?  What did you discover and are there any skeletons in your closet?

December - Christmas Party

Download our quarterly publication, our annual journal is available to our members, older quarterlies are in Archives section.

NTGA Trail Tracers 1st Quarter 2013
Trail Tracers publication 1st Quarter 2013
NTGA Trail Tracers 1st quarter 2013.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [4.3 MB]
NTGA Trail Tracers 2nd Quarter Download
Trail Tracers 2 quarter,2012
NTGA 2nd qtr 2012.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.8 MB]
NTGA Trail Tracers 2nd Quarter 2013
Trail Tracers publication 2nd Quarter 2013
NTGA june 2013 quarterly.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.2 MB]
NTGA Trail Tracers 3rd Quarter 2012
Trail Tracers 3rd quarter, 2012
3rd qtr ntga.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [828.8 KB]
NTGA Trail Tracers 3rd Quarter 2013
Trail Tracers publication 3rd Quarter 2013
NTGA_september_2013_b.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.9 MB]
NTGA Trail Tracers 1st Quarter 2014
NTGA Trail Tracers 1st Quarter 2014
NTGA march 2014 quarterly.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.6 MB]

North Texas Genealogical Association. Researchers helping researchers.

About Us

The purpose of the North Texas Genealogical Association is to promote and preserve genealogical and historical data of Wichita Falls and the surrounding area including Archer, Baylor, Clay, Hardeman, Jack, Montague, Wichita, Wilbarger, and Young Counties in Texas.


 

 

September/October 2014

 September lingers a few more days and October is around the corner.  Where has this year gone? 

If you were fortunate enough to attend our genealogy seminar on September 20th, you know just how excellent it was.  NTGA was so fortunate to have Josh Taylor as our guest speaker.  The day was so informative, our speaker, well, top notch !  If you have an opportunity to hear him speak, take it.  You should also try and catch Genealogy Roadshow on PBS.

NTGA members pulled together and presented a wonderful day, a big hearty thanks to all who helped tie it all together. 

Be sure and note our website is the 1890 Reconstructed Census for Wichita County, find it under the tab:  Archives.

We have good programs scheduled for October and November.  In October we will meet the 9th, not the 2nd.  Please note the date change, we will have a presentation of Items Lost and Found.  Part of the program will feature the dees of the Monument Men and Women of WW II.  Won't you pull up a chair and join us at our table.

We invite you to come celebrate and explore the craft of genealogy.  Hurdle brick walls with us, document your family history with us, and cry on each other's shoulder when we discover yet another burned courthouse.   

 They say it takes a village to "yada yada yada" and NTGA members are a village of fun, caring, enthusiastic folks who love genealogy. 

 Come hear the band !! 

We meet at the Museum of North Texas History, 720 Indiana, Wichita Falls, Texas on the First Thursday of each month (except July) at 7:00 PM. Socializing begins at 6:30 PM. VISITORS ARE WELCOME!

Would you like to know who we are and what we do? Read more about us.

 

If you need research for an obituary that may have been printed in the Wichita Falls, Texas newspapers, the Wichita Falls Public Library offers that service. Here is the information on their website - http://wfpl.net/webformobituary-request-form