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Today is Saturday, October 24, 2020
• The Source - Chapter 19: Native American Research

Tuesday, November 10 @ 5:00 PM
Virtual at  
• Our speaker will be Randy Erfurth, the Digital History and Maps Librarian for the State of Arizona Library. Topic will be " Tracing our Ancestors Using Maps."
Wednesday, November 18 @ 1:00 PM
Zoom Link
East Valley
• Janet McNaughton, "Researching from Home: Better than Ever"
Wednesday, November 18 @ 6:30 PM
at virtual mtg Zoom link:
Fountain Hills
• Suzanne Brayer. I have the record, now what do I do with it?
Monday, November 9 @ 9:00 AM
virtual mtg Zoom link:
Paradise Valley
• “Who were those Mayflower Passengers?" Suzanne Young Brayer will give us insight into this fascinating topic as we celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower
Tuesday, November 17 @ 6:30 PM
Meeting via Zoom:
• Sue Clark presenting on "Ellis Island and the Immigrant Experience."
Monday, November 9 @ 6:55 PM
Zoom link:
Virtual Chapter
• Wills and Probate: A Buried Treasure - Suzanne Brayer
Tuesday, October 27 @ 7:00 PM online
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The Family History Society of Arizona (FHSA) was established to promote the study and worldwide research of member's family histories by instructing each member in the ethical principles and effective techniques of genealogical research, and to assist them in their preservation and dissemination of such research.

You are invited to investigate our Website, and join our membership, after which an informative and interesting FHSA Newsletter will be yours each month. Sharing your genealogy discoveries with your fellow FHSA members, and enjoying their camaraderie and expertise may all contribute to pleasurable genealogy experiences and research. Receiving a reduced rate to our annual Seminar and access to all of the Chapter meetings will be another reward for you. Come and join us!.

The Family History Society of Arizona has seven Chapters throughout Maricopa County. Each Chapter meets monthly, with guest speakers and varying genealogy topics each month. Our members research their ancestors from within the United States of America and from foreign countries. On this page you may explore the Next Chapter Meetings for topics and/or speakers you require for meeting your genealogical needs. We issue an open invitation to guests and members, to attend any Chapter meetings they choose.

Browse this site to learn more about us and opportunities we offer researchers of all ability levels. Check back often for new information and programs.
  • Double Butte Cemetery - This is one of the oldest cemeteries in the Phoenix area. It is located in Tempe, AZ. An entire burial list as well as burials listed by section are available here.
  • Surname Index - Anyone can list their surnames who has an email address.
  • Arizona Queries - Where to look for your AZ ancestors
  • See the Chapters list for topics, times and locations. Members and visitors are welcome to attend one or all seven.
  • To read more about the History of FHSA see About Us
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