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Ozarks Genealogical Society OGS Library, 534 W. Catalpa, Springfield, Missouri
OGS Library, 534 W. Catalpa, Springfield, Missouri
 
 
 
 
 
 


We are now recording our programs for later viewing by members only. To go to the recordings, log in following the "Members Only" menu link to the left. Once you are logged in, click on "OGS Events and Programs" to expand the sub-menu options. Click on "Programs (recordings)" to retrieve links to the videos. It can take up to two week for recordings to be uploaded and linked.

 

Welcome to the Ozarks Genealogical Society!

Founded in 1969, OGS has been the premier resource for genealogical research and learning opportunities for almost fifty years. Our members have access to the full spectrum of assistance such as annual research trips, monthly workshops, a fall conference featuring a nationally known speaker, and so much more.

The OGS library is notable for its collection of regional and county records covering southwest Missouri. You will find volumes of county vital records, county and regional histories, and bound periodicals and newsletters. There are numerous special collections of donated family research files. You can search over 160 indexed OGS publications of probate, census, cemetery and funeral home records from Greene County and surrounding areas. We have completely searchable files of all Greene County cemeteries, over one thousand pedigree charts submitted by members, and over 105 thousand Ozark's obituaries. Most importantly, you will find helpful volunteers to assist you in your searches.

OGS also offers numerous educational opportunities for our members and the general public. Whether it is our day and evening workshops, the informative newsletters or our annual conference, you will find an opportunity to share with and learn from other family researchers.

Please explore our web-site for more about the Ozarks Genealogical Society and the many resources and opportunities available to our members.

March 4
Genealogy Problem Solving, Part 4
This program continues the series began in the fall as we work our way through identifying ancestors demonstrating principles and sources universal to solving any genealogical research question. This session will cover accessing records ...
March 20
Preparing a Sons of the American Revolution application
The Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution are the two leading lineage societies in the United States. Their mutual mission focus is one of education and preservation of the historical significance of the Declaration ...
April 1
NO PROGRAM
OGS will not hold a meeting today.
April 17
Researching at Greene County Archives Also Includes Records for Surrounding Counties.
The Greene County Archives has a wealth of information, including deeds, probate, court cases, coroner reports and more. Surrounding county books and files are also available for research. Director Connie Yen will provide an overview ...
May 6
Using Missouri State University's historic collections for family research.
Anne Baker is head of Special Collections and Archives, a part of the Missouri State University Libraries. Join us as she describes resources available online and in MSU’s Meyer Library. While not focused on ...