Interested in a fascinating and fun hobby? Our society has lots to offer for new and experienced genealogists. Our website includes many research and learning aids for our members and visitors. Please take time to browse our many webpages and learn about genealogy, family history, local databases, and our society. Thank you for visiting our website!


Conference For a Cause with Josh Taylor – November 14, 2015

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Latest Genealogy News

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Search Our Many Databases and Resources!

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Our website has over 20 local databases on cemeteries, census, land, marriage, divorce, and obituaries for Larimer County. We have many resources under Genealogy Resources tab including many training videos from our past workshops and classes.

Become A Member Today and Enjoy Our Monthly Programs Live or At Home!

Our society records our monthly programs so our members who can’t attend every month or want to watch our programs again on their computer, tablet, smartphone, or smart TV. Select the video screen below to see a three minute preview of our past monthly programs.

FREE Classes and Workshops

You have an invitation to join us for our free annual classes and workshops. Our society provides 20 classes each year at the three library systems in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor. Visit our events calendar in the top menu to see our class schedule.

Need Genealogy Research Help?

Our society offers FREE genealogy help every Thursday afternoon from 1 to 5 pm (summer months 1 to 3 pm) except holidays at Old Town Library in Fort Collins and at Loveland Public Library.

Visit National Archives in Broomfield

Visit the National Archives and genealogy room located in Broomfield. Besides their microfilm inventory, they have many Internet databases for patrons to research their ancestors.

Visit Fort Collins Museum of Discovery & Archives

The Museum of Discovery includes the local history archives for genealogists. The Archive will continue to be a free resource open to all visitors. Please visit their website: Archives Website

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