"Some family trees have beautiful leaves and some have just a bunch of nuts;
Remeber, it is the nuts that make a tree worth shaking."
-- Author Unknown
Saturday, October 4, 1:00 PM
Southeast Branch, St Johns County Public Library
6670 US1 South, St Augustine FL 32086
Topic: St. Augustine merchant Jesse Fish
Speaker: John Stavely will portray this historical St. Augustine figure.
For a list of all 2014 dates, click here. 2014 Meeting dates, then click the link for Meeting Dates on the left.
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The Saint Augustine Genealogical Society was founded in 1989. We will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary this year! We meet monthly on the second Saturday at 1 p.m. at the South East Branch of the St. Johns County Library unless otherwise noted. We encourage anybody interested in genealogy to attend and all events are open to the public. Winter visitors to the Oldest City are welcome to participate.
We strive to assure this website contains useful resource information to anyone doing genealogy searches and the source information found here is not limited to the oldest city and the St. Johns County area. Be mindful most residents are not native to our area, so you may discover a reference to that long lost missing cousin.
Visit our growing Genealogy Library located at the Southeast Branch of the St. Johns County Public Library. A listing of our genealogy books is under 'Local Research' tab above, along with the library address and hours. Click here for a Virtual Tour courtesy of Larry Rauch.
Obituaries We have obituaries that were published in the St. Augustine Record from 2008 to the present day. There are also older obituaries contributed by SAGS members. All are listed alphabetically for your ease in use. They could be a treasure for the names of family members you may be seeking.
Cemeteries Under 'Cemeteries', most of the St. Johns County cemeteries have been transcribed and put online, along with others in the surrounding area. The burial information, along with gravesite and some cemetery photos are posted here, so take special note. Under the 'Records' tab, there are links to St. Johns County records where there are transcriptions of many church records. In addition there are court, vital and other miscellaneous records.
Records Under the 'Records' tab, you will find links to transcriptions of St. Johns County records including church, court, vital and other miscellaneous records.
Society News Under 'Society News' there are links for joining our society, trips we will be taking and other information about us. Information in this section includes announcements, information talked about at our meetings, new sites or information our members have submitted. In addition, members have submitted pedigree sheets which can be viewed online. You may find a local cousin!!
SAGS will be sponsering FREE genealogy classes this June. Holly Timm will be teaching the classes on the following Tuesdays: June 3rd, June 10th, June 17th and June 24th. They will be held in the St. Johns County SE Branch Library's large conference room. The series of four FREE classes will cover the basic methods, techniques and sources to discover your family history including; researching online and offline, citing your sources, organizing files, documents and images, and other useful skills and methods. Although geared to the beginner, this series of classes will be useful and informative to those of all levels of genealogical experience. All interested are welcome to come and join us.