Milwaukee County Genealogical Society

 

REPORTER

ISSN 0740-1531

M.C.G.S. Reporter, is available online in pdf format, in members only section, including current issue and back issues from 1969.

 

Volume 53    Number   3   August 2022

TABLE OF CONTENTS
 

Letter from the Board 67
Calendar of Events & Monthly Programs  
Area Research Groups  
   
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program:   
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program:   
   
   
   
   
   
Share the Knowledge  
Quick Tips  
   
   
New Materials In the Local History Collections Milwaukee Public Library  
In Memoriam  
New MCGS Members  
Membership Form  
MCGS Board Members  
   

 


Volume 53    Number   2   May 2022

TABLE OF CONTENTS
 

Letter from the Board 35
Calendar of Events & Monthly Programs 36-37
Area Research Groups 38
Local Ethnic Festivals 38
Upcoming Genealogy Events and Conferences Outside of MCGS 39-41
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program: Thomas MacEntee by Karen Jegen 42
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program: Patricia Glover-Howare by Karen Jegen 43
Tools of the Trade by John Gurda 44-45
1950 Census Sources at the Milwaukee Public Library by Daniel Lee 46-47
Part 1: Oleson, Olsen, Olson Family Reunion Cemetery Tour by Diane Piedt 48-49
Part 2: Woodlawn Cemetery by Diane Piedt 49
Part 3: (Olson) Relatives in Woodlawn Cemetery, Milwaukee by Diane Piedt 50-51
How to Write a Family Story by Stephen Storch 52-53
Rumsey Maps to be Text-searchable by Judy G. Russell 54-55
Share the Knowledge 56-57
New MCGS Members 57
New Materials In the Local History Collections Milwaukee Public Library 58-59
In Memoriam 60-61
Membership Form 62
MCGS Board Members 63
   

 


 

Volume 53    Number   1   February 2022

TABLE OF CONTENTS
 

Letter from the Board 3
Calendar of Events & Monthly Programs 4-5
Area Research Groups 6
Black History is American History by Karen Jegen 7
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program: Bob Rettammel, M.A. by Karen Jegen 8
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program: Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, GGL by Karen Jegen 9
Legacy Family Tree Webinar's 2022 Mexican Research Series 10
Milwaukee Finds Its Original City Flag by Jeramey Jannene, UrbanMilwaukee.com 11-12
The Znader Brothers in Milwaukee by Nancy I. Z. Reese 13-15
1950 Census Release by Victoria Macchi, National Archives News 16-17
Legacy Family Tree Webinars 18-19
Share the Knowledge 20-21
Quick Tips 21
Visit Your Local Family History Centery by Bob Heck 22-23
Citing Sources Without Stressing Out by Amy Johnson Crow 24-25
New Materials In the Local History Collections Milwaukee Public Library 26-27
In Memoriam 28
New MCGS Members 29
Membership Form 30
MCGS Board Members 31
   

 


 

Volume 52    Number   4   November 2021

TABLE OF CONTENTS
 

Calendar of Events & Monthly Programs 95
MCGS Genealogy Classes 96
Area Research Groups 96
A Brief Review of the MCGS Program: C.T. Kruger by Karen Jegen 97
Mexican Fiesta by Margarita Sandoval Skare 98-99
History of Milwaukee, Wisconsin 100
Upcoming Genealogy Events 101-103
Part 3 of My Amazing Berg Ancestral Discoveries by Dan Berg 104-105
Weinahr Rendezvous by  Melvyn Foley 106-107
How I Found My Civil War Ancestor, James Thompson by Diane Piedt 108-113
New Materials In the Local History Collections Milwaukee Public Library 114
Broadening Your Genealogy Terminology Submitted by Rose M. Boggs 115
FamilySearch Completes Digitization by Karen Jegen 116-117
New MCGS Members 118
Membership Form 119
Annual Index of the REPORTER 120-122
MCGS Board Members 123
   

 


 
 
 
November 2022 REPORTER deadline is October 1, 2022
 
Contact Reporter Editor via E-mail Address.
Please submit your announcements, requests, reviews and comments.
 
Do you have a relative that has an interesting story?  Do you have some hints for finding records that worked for you?  If so, please share your antidotes/stories or research hints for a future Reporter to Reporter Editor.  If you can send the article in MSWord that would be helpful, and pictures are wonderful too!  Let's see your name in print and hear your great stories!
 
 
Article Submission Deadlines
 
Do you have a genealogy research story to tell or research tips to share? How did you break through that brick wall? Do you have a suggestion for an article topic that you would like to know more about?
 
Our quarterly newsletter, the MCGS Reporter, not only goes out to our members, we also share it with other Genealogy Societies and Research Libraries in the U.S.
 
If you would like to submit an article to appear in the MCGS Reporter, please send it for review to the editor at editor@milwaukeegenealogy.org
 
The submission deadlines are:
February issue - January 1st
May issue - April 1st
August issue - July 1st
November issue - October 1st
 

 
M.C.G.S. Reporter, is available online in pdf format, in members only section, including current issue and back issues from 1969.