The purpose of the Scottish Interest Group is to provide assistance to those researching Scottish ancestors. This is done in three ways: providing resources to assist in research; providing opportunities to talk to other researchers; and organising seminars about subjects … Continue reading →
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 Special Interest Groups also hold meetings. Members of GSQ are welcome to attend.
Family Tree Maker Group This group is a networking group that can help beginners and assist both Mac & Windows users and hopefully overcome any FTM problems they may face. We will introduce FTM to new users and explore any … Continue reading →
The Scandinavian Interest Group aims to provide assistance to members researching their Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish or Icelandic ancestors. Meetings are held on the third Sunday of the odd months of the year, unless otherwise advertised. The Resource Centre opens … Continue reading →
GSQ is closed for Australia Day.
GSQ would like to invite anyone interested in Genealogical Research to attend the 2nd and 4th Wednesday nights, via Zoom If you cannot get to GSQ; or working during the day; unable to attend the other Zoom meetings; and just … Continue reading →
Welcome to Monday & Thursday Morning Zoom with Hosts Ailsa Corlett and Helen Connor We Love to Talk and Chat about everything and anything of a Genealogical nature. We often have special topics to help you with knowing about … Continue reading →
The German Special Interest Group aims: to offer support and research assistance to all who are searching for their German Ancestry to encourage and exchange information in an informal setting to provide guest speakers when possible to help guide us … Continue reading →
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. What is/ was the first thing you are … Continue reading →