Michigan Genealogical Council
Michigan Genealogical Council


Membership in the Michigan Genealogical Council (MGC) is open to any genealogical, family history society, or family association, amateur or professional with a primary interest in genealogy.

Delegate meetings are held in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Please check the Events page for the exact date, time, and location.

The MGC Newsletter is published four times per year.

MGC Logo Merchandise is now available

Michigan Genealogical Council logo merchandise is now available for sale through TotallyCoolTees and CafePress.  Choose from t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, tote bags, lunch totes, travel mugs, hot beverage mugs, cold drink glasses, and much, much more!  Click on the MGC merchandise menu item on the left to check out what's available now.  Council earns a profit from each of these branded items purchased from these two vendors.
Great gift ideas for that Michigan Genealogist on your shopping list!

Thank you!

Thank you to Paul Milner, the speakers from the Archives of Michigan (Kris and Jessica) and Library of Michigan (Kendel), Archives staff, volunteers from the Michigan Genealogical Council, and attendees for making the 2015 Fall Family History Event a success.

The Friday night lock in at the Archives was excellent!

We are looking forward to the Abrams Foundation Family History Seminar in 2016!

Fall Newsletter is now available

The Fall 2015 issue of the Michigan Genealogical Council Newsletter is now available to download. Just click on the cover below.
MGC Newsletter Fall 2015

National Genealogical Society
Federation of Genealogical Societies War of 1812 Contributor National Genealogical Society

January 14
MGC Delegate meeting
Daniel Earl presents "Funeral Homes and Ancestors: They're Dying to Meet You!" in the Forum.
March 19
Genealogical Society of Monroe County 39th Annual Spring Seminar
The Genealogical Society of Monroe County is proud to welcome Kris Rzepczynski from the Archives of Michigan and Jan Zaleski from the LDS Family History Centers for our 39th Annual Spring Seminar.   For additional information visit the Genealogical Society of Monroe County website.