North Texas Genealogical Association. Researchers helping researchers.
Topics for Monthly Meeting
(Subject To Change)
January - "Over the Hill to the Poor House" Poor Houses, Debtor's Prisons and Asylums
February - Using Family Search - Card Catalog (hands on computer)
March - Using Family Search - Searching Records by Place (hands on computer)
April - Resources at the Wichita Falls Public Library for Genealogists
May - Genealogy and Bookbinding
June - PLEASE NOTE: THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD AT ST. MARK'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN WICHITA FALLS "Hire a Guide? No! Just ask Larry"
July - NO MEETING
August - Navigating Ancestry.com (hands on computer)
September - Ancestry.com - Tips and Tricks
October - To Be Announced
November - Show and Tell
December - Christmas Party
Fall Seminar 2018
October 13, 2018 featuring Patti Gillespie
First United Methodist Church, Wichita Falls, Texas
Session 1: Forgotten Treasures in the Texas Courthouse: Discovering the Miscellaneous Books
Session 2: I’ve Got My Ancestry DNA Report: Evaluating My Test Results For Connections (Intermediate)
Session 3: Courthouse Records: One Stop Shopping for Family Secrets
Session 4: Brickwall Busting Strategies: Hammering at the Wall
Registration opens at 8:30 am, seminar begins at 9:15 am.
Registration fee is $40.00 which includes a light lunch
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.
At this time, the NTGA does NOT have any members doing local archival research. We still may be of assistance with questions concerning area resources.
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!
Rarely do we need to change the meeting time or date due to weather conditions or scheduling conflicts with the Museum of North Texas History. But it does happen. If you have a concern about a scheduled meeting, please use the Contact Us portion of the website
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