BRINGIN' IT HOME 2021
14-17 April - Virtual Conference
OGS Fall Retreat
September 24-25, 2021
Salt Fork Lodge & Conference Center in Cambridge, Ohio
This year’s speakers are Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, Thomas S. Neel, Elissa Scalise Powell, and Amie Bowser Tennant. Topics range from female research, native American research, methodology, and Ohio Research.
Details to come!
OGS 2021 Virtual Conference Major Sponsor
our Keynote Speakers
Peggy has been involved in genealogy since before her birth. Her roots run deep into the South, where she is Accredited. She is the author of several Legacy QuickGuides.
D. Joshua Taylor
Josh is a nationally known and recognized speaker and author on genealogy and family history. He is the president of the NYG&B and the recipient of numerous awards and honors.
Ari is a genealogist and library associate at the Dallas Public Library. Her interests are in North Carolina and Louisiana research, specializing in African American genealogy and research.
We are literally “bringin’ it home” for the 2021 OGS Conference, because we are going virtual! We will still feature a great line-up of speakers and topics, but now you can attend from the comfort and convenience of any location via a computer, tablet, or phone.
Connect with highly respected genealogical leaders, historians, and practitioners who will energize and support your research efforts. Your participation provides an educational opportunity that will strengthen your research skills in the genealogical field.
Who We Are
The Ohio Genealogical Society is the largest state genealogical society in the United States, with a mission of protecting and sharing Ohio’s family history resources, developing engaging educational opportunities, and connecting genealogists.