EMMET COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
The Suburban Trains are from circa 1905. Taken between Lake and Bay Streets, looking north. The house, top right center, is the brick apartment house on the corner of Rose and Division Streets in Petoskey, MI.
Historical Society &
A Guide to Genealogy
MEETING LOCATION AND DATES (First Tuesday)
The Emmet County Genealogical Society holds a monthly General Meeting at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of every month at the American Legion Hall, 455 Bay Street, Petoskey, MI (1/2 block from Stafford's Perry Hotel) unless otherwise noted. Please join us, visitors are always welcome. Use side door entrance.
November 3, 2015 - 9th Annual Fall Harvest Potluck Dinner 6:00 p.m.
Decenber 1, 2015 - Member's Christmas Party - No General Meeting
January 5, 2016 - General Meeting
February 2, 2016 - General Meeting
(meetings subject to change)
Membership Fees are $15.00 for one year. Single or couple (husband and wife)
Books For Sale
A Look Around Little Traverse Bay, by Candace Fitzsimons - Hardcover 2007 - $10.00 (includes shipping and handling)
EMMET COUNTY CIVIL WAR VETERANS RESEARCH PROJECT
EMMET COUNTY HISTORY PROJECT
The Civil War and History Project Notebooks are now housed at the Alanson Area Public Library
Our Elected Officers for the 2015-2016 Membership Year
President - Judy Krawczyk 231-347-9441
Alanson Area Public Library We are very grateful for the generosity of the Alanson Area Public Library for housing all our society holdings. We have many research books available. We sincerely thank all involved for their help, assistance and time on this project. Alanson Area Public Library
Our Friends - Angel Ambassadors A newly developed one time hand up non profit organization formed to bring awareness and contributions to all Veterans causes and needs. Visit the Angel Ambassadors Website.
Greenwood Cemetery in Petoskey, MI has a website with a genealogical lookup page where all of their burial and obituary records can be searched and printed. A search there will return maiden names as well as last names. A contact form is available on their website for persons wanting information. Greenwood Cemetery
NEWSPAPER ARCHIVES Greenwood Cemetery is pleased to announce they have begun offering newspaper archives on the web. Go to their website at www.gwood.us and open the Newspaper Research page. There you can search for and read the newspapers they have uploaded. The research page allows you to search by year or by year and month if you are looking for a particular newspaper or timeframe. There are about 2,200 newspapers uploaded now. The first batch begins in 1875 and ends in 1907. These newspapers are made available with permission and cooperation of the Petoskey News Review. This is an ongoing project as we scan, process and upload the newspapers.
Volunteers Are Needed
If you are interested in becoming involved in the Emmet County Genealogical Society or have ideas or talents you'd like to share, please contact Recording Secretary, Marcia Maves.
This page was
updated October 28, 2015.
Train photo at top of
page - contributed by Lowell Kosloskey.