EVENTS

The Genealogical Society of Queensland conducts a program of events including classes, seminars, workshops and education sessions each year to provide our members and visitors with a wide variety of information on family history topics.

Our Branches and Special Interest Groups also hold meetings. Members of GSQ are welcome to attend.

Download the calendar of events for January to June 2020 so that you never miss a GSQ event!


Parish Registers in England

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart

  An overview of parish registers in England, where to find them and what they can reveal Presenter:  Annalies Nutley Professional genealogist working the last 13 years, founder of Bygone Days Genealogy in 2015, studied with the National Institute for Genealogical Continue reading →

$25 – $40

English/Irish group – 1st Sunday

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart

The aim of the English/Irish Special Interest Group is to assist members with their research into their English, Welsh or Irish ancestry through discussion, guest speakers and acquisition of resources. Meetings are held on the first Sunday of even numbered Continue reading →

Monday Morning Natters

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart

Morning Morning Natters provides you with an opportunity to chat with like-minded people in a casual environment and share information.  Each month usually has a theme with a variety of topics covered.  April 6: Where do you keep interesting websites Continue reading →

Wednesday night @ GSQ

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart

For members only with a gold coin contribution.

Angie Bush talks DNA

Your place

Angie Bush talks DNA April 11 @ 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM $25 – $40 On behalf of the GSQ DNA Special Interest Group, GSQ is pleased to offer a very special session on DNA presented by Angie Bush who Continue reading →

$25 – $40

Convict Connections group – 2nd Sunday

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart

The Convict Connections Special Interest Group aims to provide a specialist forum for members with a particular interest in convicts and our colonial heritage, to share and exchange information, achieve a wider knowledge of our colonial beginnings and foster a Continue reading →