"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, May 9, 2013 1:00 PM
Southeast Branch, St Johns County Public Library
6670 US1 South
St Augustine FL 32086
The Saint Augustine Genealogical Society was founded in 1989. Our meetings are on the second Saturday of the month at 1 p.m. and unless otherwise noted are held at the South East branch of the St. Johns County Library. We encourage anybody interested in genealogy to attend. All events are open to the public and your participation is encouraged. Winter visitors to the Oldest City are welcome to participate.
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.
Be sure to check the links above. Under 'Cemeteries', most of the St. Johns County cemeteries have been transcribed and put online, along with others in the surrounding area. 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.
Under 'Our Society' 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 and updates to our site. In addition, members have submitted pedigree sheets which can be viewed online. You may find a local cousin!!
The Ancient City Genealogist is the quarterly publication of the St Augustine Genealogical Society. Currently we are not publishing the quarterly.
Copies of prior years are available for $12 per volume (a complete year) or $3.50 per issue (prices include postage).
Issues are available for Vol. I 1990 - Vol. XXI 2012. An index to the quarterly through 2007 is available. Copies may be looked at locally at the St. Johns County Public Library, SE Branch and at the St. Augustine Historical Society Library.
Copies of the Ancient City Genealogist are also available at many Libraries and Societies around the country. These locations are listed under the link above for Research Tips and Links or click here..
Alphabetical listings of burials in the Mission Nombre de Dios, Switzerland, Sampson, Pellicer Creek, Sons of Israel, Hewson, & Sanksville Cemeteries. Includes location of cemeteries. Price $12 (includes postage)
For information on ordering our publications, click here.
SAGS sponsers genealogy classes at different times throughout the year. Topics and meeting times will be announced as they are scheduled.