Boone County Genealogical Society Indiana
Welcome to the BCGS Indiana Website


The specific purposes of the Society shall be:
  1. To investigate, collect, record, publish and preserve the genealogical and historical materials of Indiana emphasizing Boone County and the adjoining counties; and
  2. To provide educational opportunities in the use of genealogical, historical and reference materials in preparing, publishing, and disseminating biographies, local histories, and family histories and family lineages.
Please note our new address:
P. O. Box 495
Lebanon, IN   46052


Monthly Meetings
We meet monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM except July and December when we do not meet.  Locations and topics may vary so check to the right for the next three events or the "Society Events" for all events and to see details. 
The public is always WELCOME!
 
Cemetery Research
Like to see a particular list of the occupants of a cemetery?  Let us know and we can work on that cemetery next!
Recently Added:  Clements/Pratt Cemetery
                 Dowden Cemetery
                           Sheets Cemetery
                           Brush Creek Cemetery
                           Browns Wonder Cemetery
        Center Cemetery (in progress)                           
Tabs on Left
Clicking on tabs to the left that have a "v" at the end will open an additional menu.  Some are viewable by the public and others require a membership.
 
Cemetery Restoration
Watch for the restoration of Poplar Grove Cemetery to restart soon.
 
Click on "+" to see street names or "view larger map"
 
 
 
 
 


June 22
More DNA Basics
Lebanon Public Library Meeting Room
Come early for social time at 6:00 PM.

July 27
Shared meeting with the Clinton County Genealogical Society
Frankfort Community Public Library
Amber Oldenburg will give a presentation entitled “Fantastic and Fun-filled World of the FamilySearch Wiki and Catalog” in the Skanta Theatre  In this session, Amber will teach how to navigate both the wiki and the catalog and how they can help you be a better family history researcher.  NOTE ...