Durham-Orange Genealogical Society
Durham-Orange Genealogical Society
Wednesday, December 7, 2022
7:00PM - ONLINE      
The D-OGS Annual Birthday Party and Quiz will be Wednesday evening December 7 both in person at OWASA and online via Zoom.   We traditionally held this event at a restaurant, but due to the success of last year's meeting and the complications of hybrid meetings we decided to stick with our normal meeting room at OWASA in Carrboro.
We will be providing some wonderful desserts and refreshments for those attending in person, as well as various savory snacks. This is a great time to meet other researchers and exchange ideas, or just socialize. 
****It is important for those in person to RSVP so we can get a head count – simply click to send an email to vicepresident@dogsnc.org
We will be having our tradition 20 question quiz mixed in with several short presentations by David McCorkle on some overlooked county records at the State Archives: Treasurer and Comptroller County Settlements, County Slavery Files, County CRX records, and others
OWASA Community Center
400 Jones Ferry Rd
Carrboro, NC 27510
The OWASA Community Center is on the right side of Jones Ferry Road heading west out of town.  Park in the lower lot on the west side of the facility - the center is the door closest to the street on the lower level. 
  • Direct links will be emailed to D-OGS members prior to the meeting. 
Please see our Events Page for more information

Videos of D-OGS Meetings are Online!

D-OGS members may view recordings of our monthly meeting starting in late 2020, along with a few recorded prior to that.  We are now recording all meetings for members to view, but note that some speakers will not allow us to record for various reasons and as expected there are sometime technical problems.  To view these recordings, sign in under Members and select Meeting Videos on the left menu bar.
Anyone may view details about each meeting under the history of past events section
2022 May Freedom, Hard Times, and Tall Tales: Local Stories from the WPA Slave Narratives Adrienne Berney
2022 Apr Infamous Characters, Notorious Villains: History of the Melungeon People Heather Andolina
2022 Mar Granville County Resources for Researchers Mark Pace
2022 Feb Unlocking the Life of an English Rose Diane L. Richard
2022 Jan Understanding Land Grants from Lord Granville David McCorkle
2021 Dec D-OGS Annual Meeting & Birthday Party 2021 D-OGS Members
2021 Nov Apprentices, Orphans and Bastards Mark Chilton
2021 Oct Researching Military History Monica and Martin Fleming
2021 Sep Why the Scots-Irish Immigrated to America John Miles
2021 Aug D-OGS Member Show & Tell for 2021 D-OGS Members
2021 Jul Stroll Through Ledgers and Explore Ancestors’ Everyday Lives Diane L. Richard
2021 Jun Planting Roots: Building Online Family Trees and GPS-ing Family Graves Taneya Y. Koonce
2021 Apr Making English Connections Bob Dawes
2021 Mar Using City Directories as a Genealogical Aid Jeff Houser
2021 Feb Family Legends and Stories: What to Believe Ken Thomas
2020 Dec D-OGS Annual Meeting & Birthday Party 2020 D-OGS Members
2020 Nov A British View of the American Revolution Dr. Hugh Dussek
2020 Oct Using the State Archives of NC Discover Online Catalog (DOC) Lauren Murphree
2020 May Genealogical Research on 18th and 19th Century Epidemics and Health Diane L. Richard
2017 Feb Tales from a Genealogy Volunteer Reece Jones
2016 Nov Preserving Your Family Documents Jennifer Blomberg
2016 Aug D-OGS Member Show & Tell for 2016 D-OGS Members