Welcome to BGS!
LEARN – DISCOVER – SHARE
Our aim is to make Genealogy fun and exciting. As such, we provide opportunities and education programs to help individuals find their roots. In addition, you can find out about the numerous resources available for ancestral research. We encourage our members to learn the proper ways to document their discoveries and share them with others. Founded in 2001, BGS serves Broomfield and the surrounding Boulder-Denver metropolitan area.
Visitors and Guests are Always Welcome!
For guests and non-members, please complete
Contact Membership Form and request Zoom meeting invitation
several days ahead of any scheduled program meeting date.
To join the Broomfield Genealogy Society, go here
for Membership Levels and Application.
Monday, October 17, 2022 at 6:30 PM (Mountain)
“The Salem Witchcraft Hysteria”
Presented by John E. Putman
IMPORTANT NOTICE – This is a Hybrid Meeting at the Broomfield Library
This program chronicles the causes, events, and aftermath of the Salem Witch incident in which the speaker’s ancestors played a part on both sides of the polarized villagers.
John’s Credentials include:
- MA in Political Science, University of Colorado
- Member Pike’s Peak Genealogical Society (PPGS) past 15 years
- Past President Pike’s Peak Genealogical Society (PPGS)
- PPGS Delegate to Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies
- 12th Generation American
Monday, November 21, 2022 at 6:30 PM (Mountain)
“Alien Registration Records”
Presented by Julie Miller
Alien Registrations contain a wealth of personal information and should not be overlooked when researching immigrant ancestors. This lecture will discuss what Alien Registrations are available, information found in the records, and how to access the records.
Julie Miller, holds Certified Genealogist and Certified Genealogical Speaker credentials and is a fellow of the National Genealogical Society. She is a full-time professional researcher, speaker, and writer who lives in Broomfield and was one of the founding members of the Society. Her articles have appeared in the NGSQ and NGS Magazine. Julie was the NGS interim Education Manager (2018), and is a member of the NGS conference committee. She was a volunteer at NARA-Denver for twenty-one years. Julie’s website can be found at JPM Genealogy Research.